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ISBN: 1936009102
Author: Lilian Lory,Lory Lilian
Language: English
Publisher: Meryton Press (October 3, 2011)
Pages: 432
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Romance
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 236
Size Fb2: 1805 kb
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It starts after the refused proposal at Kent when Darcy and Elizabeth meet in London

Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). It starts after the refused proposal at Kent when Darcy and Elizabeth meet in London. But there is a Lady Cassandra on the scene now and Elizabeth is not sure where she fits.

Lory Lilian introduces what has to be my favourite female character that was not originally created by Jane Austen, Lady Cassandra, in Remembrance of the Past. Favourite original male character is Sharon Lathan's Dr. Darcy)

Lory Lilian introduces what has to be my favourite female character that was not originally created by Jane Austen, Lady Cassandra, in Remembrance of the Past. Darcy). Lady Cassandra is the perfect match, in very different ways, to the three main characters: Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth, and Colonel Fitzwilliam.

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Lilian C. Garis, born Lilian C. McNamara (20 October 1873 – 19 April 1954) was an American author who wrote hundreds of books of juvenile fiction between around 1915 and the early 1940s. Prior to this, she was a reporter for the Newark Evening News in New Jersey. Garis and her husband, Howard R. Garis, were possibly the most prolific children's authors of the early 20th century.

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I am so glad that it did as I have read and enjoyed all three of Lory’s books. Although there are no dates as of yet for the releases, Remembrance of the

In Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet unexpectedly met Mr. Darcy while visiting Pemberley. In this 'what if' story, Elizabeth Bennet and her relatives - Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner - are in London, ready to start their tour to the Lakes in June. During this time, Elizabeth's path crosses with Mr. Darcy's again. However, Mr. Darcy is not alone in London: besides his close family - Georgiana and Colonel Fitzwilliam - an old and dear friend has returned and claimed a well-deserved place in their lives. This is a story about hopes and desires, about losses and fears, about second chances and happiness. Second Edition (First Edition 2009)

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artman
This was a very long read, so - you got your money's worth. There are two parallel main romances going on which can confuse us and do confuse Elizabeth. Elizabeth turns into a blushing tongue-tied, head down onlooker, as she sees the interaction between Darcy and Lady Cassandra. But Darcy is also giving her the green light with his attentions...just what does he propose by that? There are several side romances also.

Many other reviewers have set down the story line so pardon me if I jump from one segment to another.

First of all: Lady Cassandra remains an enigma...even though we have our happy ending. The relationship between her and Col. Fitzwilliam (Oh, and I was jarred every time I read of him as "David" - somehow an earlier author dubbing him as "Richard" imprinted on my brain.) was so uneven. We learn very late in the story *spoiler* that both of them had a serious attraction back at the time of Lady Cassandra's coming out ball. Now - knowing the Colonel and getting to know Lady Cassandra, I find it hard to believe that they kept this all to themselves for so many years. I agree with others that Cassandra is like a "nice' Lady Catherine but "wow & ouch" she really knew how to step on toes and didn't give a cat's meow as she did so. But then she also misinterprets Col. Fitzwilliam's not coming over and demanding an answer to his proposal after a period of time and a rain storm. Sometimes she contradicted what seemed to be her character's outspoken frankness. And to take him into her bed and then basically snub him the next day??? This lady, obviously needs major therapy. Yes, she went through a lot but couldn't seem to settle on what fate would allow her even though she had the answer for everyone else. I was happy in the end with that couple and the epilogue telling up of their child.

Elizabeth and Darcy: he had a lot more depth in this story, especially as we learn of his going to Lady Cassandra's aid and his actions with the villain in this story. I liked reading how he decided to take the second chance but was disappointed that early-on he didn't realize that Cassandra's place in his life could be misinterpreted by Elizabeth. The interruption in his planned second proposal gave us a bit of angst as events from the canon came into play.

The development of the sexual relationship between ODC in this story was much more realistic (for me) than in so many other books. Elizabeth learns to enjoy the various parts gradually as her innocence is gone and her body adjusts. I hate it when virgins enjoy sex and all its aspects their first time in bed. (I think I need to go back and re-read "Everything You Wanted to Know about Sex and Were Afraid to Ask" from my college days - am I that ignorant of how things work? DON'T ANSWER THAT!) But then, too, I was at a point of just wanting to skim over those sections as there were so many. Visits back and forth between bedrooms for snuggles or to check in on how our patient is doing or to satisfy a hunger (as for David and Cassandra) just happened more than anyone could believe anywhere near realistic in that day and age. Lock Georgiana up or she is going to stumble on someone or another going into or out of a bedroom not their own.

Bingley and Jane were nicely handled with Bingley realizing that he has to take blame if he doesn't make a decision based on his own observations and feelings. And, even though I basically hate Caroline, my heart went out to her in the hand fate dealt her. Additionally, as others have stated, really enjoyed Mr. Bennet responding to Lady Catwitch as he did! Right-on!

Loved the Epilogue. Would recommend this book to anyone and everyone and will re-read in the future.

I read this again as I won a paperback copy in the grand raffle for the blog tour for The Darcy Monologues.
Nirad
I have become such a fan Pride & Prejudice fan fiction! I'll admit my draw is always the spin on canon for Darcy and Elizabeth, but I love a good subplot in longer variations based on much-loved characters like Colonel Fitzwilliam or Georgiana. I'll admit to a soft soft for the good colonel when he is portrayed as an amiable, honorable gentleman. This book has what you would want from ODC, but I was surprised to find myself so riveted by the Colonel Fitzwilliam subplot...so much so that I almost found myself speed-reading through Darcy and Elizabeth to find out what would happen with the good colonel and his hot-cold relationship with his potential lady love. It was simply breathtaking, and I found myself so sympathetic to this fine gentleman's plight. So, if you love a good Colonel storyline that will just about break your heart (along with his) embedded in a well-written Darcy/Elizabeth story...this JAFF will be right up your alley.
MrCat
"Sagas" are always a bit dangerous to tackle without making the reader feel as if the story is painfully drawn out. There were many storylines here and I enjoyed them all. I rarely felt as if I wanted to hurry through the novel; when I did, it was because I was impatient to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the new character, Lady Cassandra; like another reader, I'm not sure why Col. Fitzwilliam was named "David" (I think that in films and fan-fiction, he has been pretty consistently been named "Richard," but, oh well...); the epilogue did nothing for me. Otherwise, highly recommended.
Porgisk
I loved the characters that Lory surrounded our favorite couple with in this book. It starts after the refused proposal at Kent when Darcy and Elizabeth meet in London. But there is a Lady Cassandra on the scene now and Elizabeth is not sure where she fits. It appears that this beautiful titled lady is very close to Darcy and Georgiana. However, Darcy seems delighted with seeing Elizabeth again. He now treats her Cheapside family with respect and socializes with them. Hmmmm What could be the meaning of this? How do we progress from here? A visit to Pemberly and then Wickham and Lydia...will that ruin things or be a bump in the road? I was delighted to see Colonel Fitzwilliam as a major character in the story and in the epilogue along with the Darcy family. Now a P&P book is not complete without the evil people and the regulars are right here in the midst of things. However, Caroline Bingley's character this time had some substance to it and was a interesting part of the story. Can anything turn the evil nature of this woman? It is very interesting to see who and how this was done. She too is listed in the epilogue, so maybe there is a good heart buried in her somewhere. The book moves at a fast pace and it is one you dare not put it down for long. Lady Cassandra's story is a real asset to the overall story. As always, Lory develops her characters very well and they all bring something to the story other than the P&P character.

One delightful thing about Lory's books is that they are long enough that there is a beginning, middle and end. One feels like they have gotten their money's worth. Novellas usually leave me wanting more. Lory always adds an epilogue to give us readers a glimpse into the future of our favorite couple and those the love.

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