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What happens if Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy talk honestly to each other before his disastrous proposal at Rosings Park? Will they be able to set aside their pride and prejudice? How will Mr Collins and Lady Catherine react? When Elizabeth hears a singer in the woods at Rosings Park, her difficult relationship with the proud Mr Darcy takes an unexpected turn downWhat happens if Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy talk honestly to each other before his disastrous proposal at Rosings Park? Will they be able to set aside their pride and prejudice? How will Mr Collins and Lady Catherine react? When Elizabeth hears a singer in the woods at Rosings Park, her difficult relationship with the proud Mr Darcy takes an unexpected turn down a new path, but the path of true love never did run smooth... Follow our beloved characters as they find a new and sometimes challenging path to better understanding. From the author of Words Spoken in Anger comes another sweet what-if inspired by Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, with a touch of Charlotte Bronte thrown in....

Title : A Singer in the Woods: A Pride and Prejudice variation
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ISBN : 36687510
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 217 Pages
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A Singer in the Woods: A Pride and Prejudice variation Reviews

  • wosedwew
    2018-12-29 02:48

    Some days there won't be a song in your heart. Sing anyway. ~ Emory AustinElizabeth walks through the woods at Rosings Park and becomes aware of someone singing – someone with a rich baritone. She comes closer and discovers Mr. Darcy, her nemesis, pouring his heart into a sentimental love ballad. She tries to slip down the path unnoticed but his next words call to a beloved spirit; begging an embrace from the spirit of Elizabeth. She stops with a gasp.They meet; they speak; and Elizabeth learns she is the Elizabeth in Darcy’s song and heart!Truth is rarely writ in ink; it lives in nature. ~ Martin H. Fischer (1879–1962)This is the first of a series of meetings beginning with a song. The song breaks the ice and conversation ensues. Gradually they come to know the truth of each other. Gradually they come to understanding.The romance continues in London and later in Hertfordshire. Darcy delivers a very satisfying Caroline set-down and also deals once-and-for-all with Wickham.This is very low-angst and that lack keeps me from a higher rating. To keep up the musical connection, the story has a nice tune but not enough angst to dance to! But if you look for a simple, clean love story, I would recommend this one.A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song. ~ Chinese Proverb

  • Margaret Gale
    2018-12-22 07:52