Alone With Mr. Darcy

Registered by wingRochester74wing of Gießen, Hessen Germany on 1/10/2021
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Journal Entry 1 by wingRochester74wing from Gießen, Hessen Germany on Sunday, January 10, 2021
"Elizabeth Bennet can’t imagine anything worse than being stranded by a blizzard in a tiny cottage with proud and unpleasant Mr. Darcy. But being trapped there for days – and nights - with an injured and confused Mr. Darcy who keeps saying the oddest things about her is even worse. At least he possesses the useful ability of lighting a fire to keep them from freezing to death. But when he puts his arms around her, she discovers the hearth isn't the only place he knows how to build a fire. And the little half-frozen kitten he finds in a woodpile isn't proving to be much of a chaperone.

She doesn’t really believe his promises to marry her if anyone finds out they spent two nights alone together, especially after learning he was betrayed by another woman in the past. When her worst fears are realized and her reputation is in tatters, she isn’t surprised to discover Mr. Darcy has vanished into thin air, leaving her no choice but to find a husband as soon as possible before her whole family is ruined. Any husband will have to do, no matter how much she dislikes him. Even if she can’t stop thinking of Mr. Darcy…. "

Journal Entry 2 by wingRochester74wing at Gießen, Hessen Germany on Sunday, January 10, 2021
Reading the first 200 Pages I thought it is the moste boring book Mrs. Reynolds ever wrote. I thought they are never gonna leave this cottage and there will never be another character in this story.
But the story gets a bit better, when they finally leave the cottage.
Charlotte has a good part in this story and I wish her love affair with Colonel Fitzwilliam.
There are enough misunderstandings, but it is a bit strange that Jane and Bingley have no part in this story. Lizzy has no time to develope such a bad opinion of Darcy, she never sees Pemberley, both Darcy and Lizzy do not have such a big chance of character.
I liked the thought of Mr. Bennet and Mr. Gardiner takiong a bad part in this story, but in the end they are not that bad, which was a bit disapointing for me.

I hope the 2 other new novels of Mrs Reynold are better. I wound not like to think she has written enough and she shoud stop.

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