Her Final Wish: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

Her Final Wish A Pride and Prejudice Variation When a sickness burns its way through Hertfordshire Darcy casts prudence aside to ensure Elizabeth reaches Longbourn in time to tend her ailing mother Trapped by a quarantine and hastily made promise

  • Title: Her Final Wish: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
  • Author: Renata McMann Summer Hanford Joanne Girard
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  • Page: 105
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  • When a sickness burns its way through Hertfordshire, Darcy casts prudence aside to ensure Elizabeth reaches Longbourn in time to tend her ailing mother Trapped by a quarantine and hastily made promises, the two find themselves bound by obligation and honor With Longbourn in chaos and the Bennet family at odds, will good ever come from Mrs Bennet s final wish This PrideWhen a sickness burns its way through Hertfordshire, Darcy casts prudence aside to ensure Elizabeth reaches Longbourn in time to tend her ailing mother Trapped by a quarantine and hastily made promises, the two find themselves bound by obligation and honor With Longbourn in chaos and the Bennet family at odds, will good ever come from Mrs Bennet s final wish This Pride and Prejudice variation is approximately 55,000 words Renata McMann and Summer Hanford began writing Pride and Prejudice Variations together in 2014 and have since become immersed in the amazing world Jane Austen created Whether you re a fan of Darcy and Elizabeth specifically or of clean Regency Romance in general, you will enjoy both McMann s ability to imagine variations of this classic love story and Hanford s skill in turning these variations of Mr Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet, and their enduring love into entertaining stories.

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    1. This is a sobering and disturbingly plausible Pride and Prejudice journey. Considering this era when contagious sickness could run rampant through a neighborhood, the idea that Elizabeth Bennet, Maria Lucas and Charlotte Collins are summoned from Kent because of an outbreak of fever in Meryton affecting the Bennet and Lucas households is very believable. This occurs just after Elizabeth has learned of Mr. Darcy's role in separating Mr. Bingley and her sister Jane, but it's before Darcy has had a [...]


    2. 4.5 starsI was curious to read this book. First of all I have read other stories by this author and I have enjoyed them. But secondly I was also curious as two friends rated it differently. A big surprise was hinted at but then the review also said that there were clues along the way.I was in tears at the end of chapter 2 with the one person's nearing demise. But I did guess the one surprise by 63% as there were signs galore. The epilogue's additional reveal.r guessed it BUT the same thing happe [...]


    3. “Life is for the living. Death is for the dead. Let life be like music. And death a note unsaid.” Langston Hughes, The collected PoemsOur story opens at Hunsford with Elizabeth trying to get out of going to Rosings. She tried to tell Mr. Collins she didn’t feel well, but he wasn’t buying it and coerced her into going. She was still upset after hearing Colonel Fitzwilliam’s account of how Darcy aided Bingley from a most imprudent marriage and wanted no part of his company. While they we [...]


    4. This story features Elizabeth falling in love with Darcy during a quarantine. There is very little angst in this tale and Mr Bennet is just odd. My favorite character in the story is Mary who evolves to take charge in the best way.


    5. This is a serious, slightly dark and depressing P&P what if. Starting at Rosings Lizzy & Charlotte receive an express that an infectious illness is sweeping through Meryton and family members are very ill. Mr. Darcy offers his carriage and his assistance to the ladies. Once at Longbourn Lizzy comes to a new appreciation of the odious Mr. Darcy; which is a good thing.What I liked: the way the characters came to appreciate their servants. What I didn't like: The layered upon plot. The appe [...]


    6. Status: Read from January 30 to February 01, 2017,Rating: 2.5 Stars Review: My Library Notes:Her Final Wish: A Pride and Prejudice Variationby Renata McMann, Summer HanfordKindle Edition, First Edition, 172 pagesPublished January 23rd 2017ASIN: B01N4R62L0When a sickness burns its way through Hertfordshire, Darcy casts prudence aside to ensure Elizabeth reaches Longbourn in time to tend her ailing mother. Trapped by a quarantine and hastily made promises, the two find themselves bound by obligati [...]


    7. A Truly Different VariationI can't figure what to say about this book without giving spoilers. There's a deadly epidemic in Meryton. People die. Having acknowledged that much, all I can say is that most parts, well many parts, of this story are absurd, bizarre, and somewhat, downright hysterical. This is JAFF run amuck and I loved it. You may not ROTFLMAO, but when you finish, you'll realize that almost everyone got their "just deserts" courtesy of the least probable characters.



    8. PThis P&P short story starts out at Hunsford but never gets to the failed proposal. Elizabeth goes to tea but while there Charlotte and her receive an urgent message letting them know that Mr and Mrs Bennet and sir William Lucas were very sick as were many citizens of Meryton and Longbourn. Visibly upset Darcy offers to take them home. When they get there everything is dire, many are sick and some have passed. A quarantine is put in place and Darcy is staying at Longbourn. Mrs Bennet is very [...]


    9. Hmm. This book is a bit difficult for me to rate. There were some ridiculous and unbelievable parts, particularly with Lady Catherine, Anne, and Mr Bennet. However, I really enjoyed the backdrop of the illness and quarantine, which was quite unlike anything I've read in this sub-genre before. I liked seeing how the sisters dealt with things in their differing ways and changed because of it all. I liked watching how it changed Elizabeth's perception of Darcy, and seeing her falling in love in a n [...]


    10. Her Final Wish: A Pride and Prejudice VariationA wonderful story filled with shocking and more shocking happenings that floated around certain members the Bennet family. While visiting Charlotte at the Hunsford parsonage, Elizabeth is reacquainted with Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy and meets his illustrious relatives Lady Catherine, Anne, and Colonel Fitzwilliam. This story opens with Elizabeth trying to beg off going to dinner at Rosings that afternoon just having heard from Colonel Fitzwilliam that Da [...]


    11. What a great book! Talk about a few surprises as well. {slight spoilers] The plot was interesting, having the area of Meryton struck with an epidemic. Elizabeth receives an express to return home, Mr. Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam offering services to her, Charlotte Collins, and Maria Lucas. Sad events occur as Mrs. Bennett passes but makes Elizabeth promise to marry so she may pass away, encouraging Mr. Darcy to speak up with a proposal. I liked the turn of events, as the authors helped Darcy l [...]


    12. Impressive and wonderful A very good and thorough story is contained in these under 200 pages, and better than many much longer at that! The story and character development is not like anything I have read before, and I have read literally hundreds of variations in the last year. I liked this very much, as I always do anything these 2 authors write together. Well done, again!


    13. An Original PremiseI gave this story a high rating for its' originality. This was a different take on the forced marriage scenario and I enjoyed seeing how the forced situation affected not only ODC but the rest of the family as well. Throwing Lady Catherine and Ann into the mix was brilliant but felt their role was underutilized. The hilarity I expected to happen from the different families being forced to deal with one another never truly happened. This was my only complaint.


    14. Really goodThis was a good variation. I enjoyed it. It was a easy read. I didn't like Mr Bennett, but I liked everyone else. I am hooked on these Pride and prejudice variation s and this one did not disappoint. Thank you


    15. Could have been betterThis book has to many different ideas and plots. The writer really need to focus on one story. The other plots made the book congested and unnecessary. I liked the idea of Darcy and Elizabeth relationship, but there wasn’t enough focus on them in the book.


    16. Started better than intendedNeeded more conflict more character development and a lot more plot. I read the author's other works and usually enjoy them more this might've just caught me at a bad time I'm not sure


    17. Darcy chopping wood?I would agree with several other reviewers that Elizabeth Bennett was much too weak, whiny even. But what I can't get over is Darcy chopping wood and fetching water, or the de Bourghs cooking chickens and setting the table. Just plain silly--further, I won't give my opinion of the end of the novel, as I never include spoilers in my comments. Needless to say, my opinion on that is not good either.


    18. I hate to review things and this contains a bit of a spoiler, but that ending ruined the whole book for me. Darcy said he would never lie even by omission, yet the last thing he does covers the truth. Sure it spares the feelings of her family but I imagine she'd prefer the truth no matter the cost. Not only that but it goes against wishes of Mr. Bennet or at least how I think the author wrote Mr Bennet's character in this version. The way he was written made it seem like he would do as he please [...]


    19. Good ReadI liked it! It was un expected! Mr. Darcy offers his assistance in returning Lizzy and Charlotte and Maria back home to care for their sick families. Darcy ends ups getting quarantined in the house with all the Bennett save Jane, who is in London. They are stuck together for several months, even Catherine de Bourgh and her daughter Anne end quarantined there with them. It's sad, happy,amusing and as I said unexpected!!


    20. Entertaining versionThis version has illness all around. Mrs. Bennett's passes away. Darcy is quarantined at Longbourn. Daddy's aunt makes an amusing appearance. Mr. Bennett's was even more users than normal


    21. The last book I read was quite serious, and next week the latest in another very serious series I follow will be released. So I felt it was smart to bridge those two challenging reads with some lighter fare. This Austenation, however, is a bit TOO light. Silly, and not authentically Austen enough to suit me. That said, the ending was so goofy it lent the whole book a sort of bizarre charm.


    22. Very entertaining!I can't say that this is the best P&P variation I've ever read, but I can't say that it is the worst. I agree with one of the reviewers sho said that the characters could stand to be fleshed out more, but I would still recommend this book. Some variations I've read just go on and on, and you get to the end and you feel like you've just read a lot of words that amounted to nothing. At least with this book there was quite a bit of entertainment from start go finish. Not only [...]


    23. I really enjoyed the characterizations in this telling. Except for Mr. Bennett's. His is just pure stupidity and truly spoiled a good story. It was refreshing to go beyond the manners of the day and have the characters act responsibly. Why did Mr Bennett have to fall into crassness?A truly well written retelling that had to fall into stupidity. Mr Bennett's characterization distracted and cheapened a good retelling.


    24. Disturbing version of Mr. BennettThis book would have been rated much higher if the version of Mr. Bennett's didn't disturb and disgust me so much. Every other character was truly likable and well drawn.


    25. Very differentI really enjoyed this book. So many P&P books are now just hurried with bad grammar & not much though. This book is well written, sad, but humorous at time. The ending was a surprise! Good reading!


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