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  • Title: Too Gentlemanly: An Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy Story
  • Author: Timothy Underwood
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  • Page: 251
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  • Mr Darcy Controlling, arrogant, enraging unfairly handsome Fitzwilliam Darcy had grown unused to female society during his five years of seclusion since Georgiana had her illegitimate child That was why he accidentally insulted Mrs Bingley s sister And why he kept thinking about her When Georgiana became pregnant with Wickham s child, Darcy had not made her marry Mr Darcy Controlling, arrogant, enraging unfairly handsome Fitzwilliam Darcy had grown unused to female society during his five years of seclusion since Georgiana had her illegitimate child That was why he accidentally insulted Mrs Bingley s sister And why he kept thinking about her When Georgiana became pregnant with Wickham s child, Darcy had not made her marry the man Colonel Fitzwilliam found to preserve her reputation She had begged him not to, and Darcy would do anything for his sister He would even attend the Hertfordshire assembly with Mr Bingley, because Georgiana wanted him to enjoy society Bingley s neighbors had refused to let a fallen woman like Georgiana amongst them Darcy would not pretend to be pleased to meet them Elizabeth thought Mr Darcy was a grand philanthropist His rudeness provided everyone with a handsome and rich man to hate But why, if he was actively determined to sneer at all the company, had he bothered to attend their assembly Still, he was a very handsome man Darcy needed to overcome his bad first impression if he wanted Elizabeth But he was rich, handsome and clever It would be easy.
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    Commentaires:

    wosedwew
    When there is hell to pay, it is usually cheaper to pay it than to finance an endless purgatory. ~ Robert BraultI was conflicted about this book. As Johnny Carson said whenever one of his skits bombed “you’ve got to buy the premise to get the joke”. Well, I had a lot of trouble buying this premise.Georgiana goes to Gretna Green with Wickham but knows she has made a mistake and refuses to marry when they arrive. She goes to Pemberley and later discovers she is pregnant. She begs not to be f [...]

    Sheila Majczan
    I have noticed that the author lists this and other books as "Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy" stories rather then P&P variations. We do have the same characters and places but the events are not parallel to canon nor even a variation of the events in P&P.Darcy and Georgiana have been secluded from society for 5 years due to the fact that she became pregnant while eloping with Wickham. Darcy refused to force her to marry the older gentleman Colonel Fitzwilliam found willing to do so. All the Ben [...]

    Giuliana Zarrillo
    5 starsIliked the bantering, the silliness and above else i liked how the characters felt real, from the main ones to even the extras. Darcy and Lizzy were both, in their very unique way, immature and imperfect, although they loved each other they had to learn how to live together, they had to rein their temper, to compromise, to listen to each other, even to discard part of their old behavior, their old life. This last I think was particularly difficult, to try something different, to be someon [...]

    Tamra
    Maybe it’s just me but I really struggled with this one. There are way more negatives than positives! One thing that bothered me was Colonel Fitzwilliam calling Georgiana a slut at the beginning. The word seemed harsh and inappropriate for the times. I looked up the history of the word and sure enough, it doesn’t fit. During the regency era slut meant dirty like dirty in appearance or housekeeping. The word slut didn’t mean a woman of loose morals until the 20th century. Either way, the wo [...]

    Michelle
    I didn't think I would EVER get to the end of this book. It was a struggle, that's for sure!Where to begin? First, I got the impression that the author was paid by the word, because his philosophy seemed to be "why say it in three words when you can drag it out into 20 words?"Georgianna having a child out of wedlock and Darcy being okay with that - that made no sense at all.I vacillated between extreme dislike and hatred of Darcy. SO proud! So VERY proud. The way he spoke to Lizzie was terrible. [...]

    Kim
    Interesting The premise is interesting if a bit hard to believe. I can't like her Bingley though. But the biggest issue I have with this book is the dialogue. It is weird. I'm not even talking about the banter between Elizabeth and Farcy that other reviewers criticized. I'm just taking regular dialogue. It's disjointed, choppy. Single words and phrases rather than sentences. I dunno, maybe the author was trying to recreate natural speech--after all we don't all talk in flowing beautiful sentence [...]

    Bettye McKee
    Price and Prejudice with important differencesOne important difference is that Georgiana's ill-fated elopement resulted in a pregnancy and a daughter which drove the entire story. Wickham died at Waterloo and Georgiana refused (at age 15) to marry a man 30 years her senior. As a result, Darcy, Georgiana and child remained in seclusion at Pemberley for five years. He broke off his friendship with both Bingley and Richard.Darcy reluctantly takes Georgiana and child to Netherfield. Georgiana has lo [...]

    Joan
    Avid ReaderI try to read all of Timothy Underwood 's, and I just discovered that I haven't read read The Trials, which is next on my list. The first meeting between Darcy and Elizabeth should have been filmed. Elizabeth really let him have it while she laughed in his face! Georgina 's growth their the novel was interesting because instead of arguing with Darcy, she quietly resolved to leave Pemberly, which shook him to the core. Wickham is dead, so we don't have to contend ourselves with their n [...]

    katrina Morrison
    Pride and Prejudice: Philosophy, Reason and Shakespeare's SonnetsThis is an enjoyable read. The characterization of Elizabeth's parents is surprisingly more likeable. The verbal conflicts between a slightly older Elizabeth and Darcy was not only entertaining but also at an elevated level of intellectualism. As I read their debates, I had to stop and think about their viewpoints. It was worth an afternoon read.

    Cris Oliveira
    Gosto muito desse autor. Então, quando li a premissa no FanFiction achei a história maravilhosa, então li pelo amazon unlimited entretanto foi uma luta para terminar a história. Devido a muitas discussões verbais e filosóficas dificultou minha leitura. Tive que reler alguns parágrafos para realmente entender.A parte boa do livro é o romance, a luta de Elizabeth para ser considerada como igual, Darcy pedindo perdão e sendo perdoado, o crescimento de Georgiana.

    NANCYLG LILLIE
    I StruggledI am a fan of Mr. Underwood's variations, so I was pleased to see a new offering. Some reviews have praised D and E 's banter as witty and fun. I'm sorry to say , that I found the exchanges to be overly repetitive and troubling. I do thank Mr. Underwood for his recommendations in the afterward. I just finished Ruth Massey's , Goodly Creatures - an excellent read.

    Christine Baglow
    DelightfulThe banter between Darcy and Elizabeth is wonderfully written. Underwood clearly has some background in philosophy. I enjoyed both Mr and Mrs Bennett in this variation. Well written for sure. Admittedly it took an act of will to read past Bingley's early and very silly persona but I so pleased I did.

    Julia Baldus
    Don't miss this!Very enjoyable read. Our favorite P&P couple must find their way to one another despite the challenge of their personalities. Elizabeth is ahead of her time as a feminist. Darcy is passionate but stodgy in his disbelief that any woman would want to buck the status quo. Well written and worth the read!

    Lisa E
    Did not like the languageI did not care for this story because of the strangeness of the language: missing words, incomplete sentences, hard to follow banter. Some of which I think is perhaps true to life, but I am not convinced all of it is. Some of Elizabeth's utterances were very unladylike. And the emotional swings were too far.

    Beth
    Difficult to readDarcy and Elizabeth spend most of the book arguing about philosophy and other issues that its at times too complicated to follow. One scene shocked me. Darcy, Bingley and Mr Bennett are out shooting and waving the hunting rifles at each other and poking them in the chest. Not good for a visualization and seems out of character for both Darcy and Mr Bennett.

    SusanFerkany
    Headstrong love versFun to read and fast paced. The dialogue between Elizabeth and Darcy is sassy and sophisticated. Your heart will break, for a chapter or two. A different, still very lovely, Georgiana whose situation seems bleak but defies convention.

    Anna Marie Ordonez
    Entertaining I really liked this version. I liked that Lizzy was more mature and that Georgiana was a “fallen” women. It made for a more interesting storyline and for more friction between Lizzy and Darcy.

    Caroline Mccallum
    Do not waste your time As long as you are ok with long over drawn prose, boring conversations and, quite frankly , maddeningly dull never ending pointless nothingness then this book is for you.It was not for me. I would give it a minus score if I could.

    Lynn Smith
    Enjoyable Pride and Prejudice Variation

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