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One Love - Two Hearts - Three Stories: A Pride & Prejudice Anthology: The Library, Married!, Ramsgate (English Edition) eBook Kindle

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NEW COVER - February 6, 2017

"One Love", legendary in proportions, unites the "Two Hearts" of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy. Delight in the sweet romance of "Three Stories" from J. Dawn King’s what-if variations inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.

The Library becomes the set of a comedy of errors which just might open up the path to endearing confessions between these two hearts as Mr. Darcy takes a golden opportunity to command Elizabeth’s attention while at Netherfield Park. (Novella)

Married! Elizabeth Bennet is thrown into a misadventure when she successfully assists a fellow maiden in distress only to find her own reputation jeopardized. When the only solution is to marry a man she just met, can she find happiness with the kind-hearted, but imperfect stranger? Is love a faraway dream in her new life as Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy? (Novel)

When Darcy receives not one letter, but two from Ramsgate, he immediately drops everything to rush to his sister’s rescue. What will he find at the end of the road? While expecting the worst, this might possibly be the best thing to ever happen to him. (Novella)

The Library and Married! have both been voted reader favorites at Jaffrecs.com. J. Dawn King has also written Amazon bestsellers A Father’s Sins and Compromised!

Sobre o Autor

Joy Dawn King started telling stories from an early age. However, she did not write any of them down until she was 57 years old. While living high in the Andes Mountains of Ecuador with her husband and family, she read Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice for the first time. It was love at first page. After she was done, she longed for more. When searching for another copy of Jane Austen's writings, she happened upon several books that offered alternative paths to happily ever after for Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet. She purchased and read as many as she could find. Finally, in early 2014, she had an idea for a story about the couple that would not go away. Thus, her first book, A Father's Sins: A Pride and Prejudice Variation, was born. Since then, Joy and her husband moved back to the U.S. and plot bunnies kept hopping in and out of her imagination. Now, it's all she can do to keep up with them. But, she tries.

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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
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  • Número de páginas: 287 páginas
  • ISBN da fonte dos números de páginas: 1511994673
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  • Editora: Quiet Mountain Press (26 de maio de 2015)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • Leitura de texto: Habilitado
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Oh my heart, three stories to stir the emotions and lift the spirit 2 de agosto de 2016
Por J. W. Garrett - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Part 1: The Library: 5-stars
Love is in the air…or was that the library

The one thing readers of JAFF have always wanted was more face time with ODC [our dear couple]. In this short story by J. Dawn King we have that. The reader was witness to a window of time when Elizabeth and Darcy are in the Netherfield library during the time Elizabeth helped care for Jane during her illness.

In spite of their reticence, ODC open up in a way we do not normally get to see. As our author pointed out, the scales fell from their eyes as they saw a whole new side to the person in front of them. It was revealing, poignant, heart wrenching, and delicious to hear their coming to understand each other. The feelings that had been hidden for so long was now allowed to bubble forth unhindered.

A pivotal moment was when Caroline barged into the serene setting and caused a scene that made the reader want to sit up and shout. Way to go Darcy. I loved the footman…keep an eye on him. The epilogue was delightful…simply delicious. OMG!!! I wanted to cry. It was so cute.

Part 2: Married! 5-stars
A good deed rewarded…or not

As Elizabeth traveled the coach from London north to Meryton, she noticed a teenager that seemed to be in distress. The woman and man traveling with the girl did not seem to treat her well and Elizabeth decided to intervene. This opening scene started an avalanche of events that ended by compromising Elizabeth’s reputation. Yeah, this is a P&P variation so we know the identity of the teenager and her companions. As the title indicates, the result of the compromise was a wedding.

The rest of the story was Elizabeth dealing with a new husband, a new sister who acted like Lydia only dressed better and a new set of relations that acted as bad or worse than her own relations. Such is married life.

I liked the way Ms. King didn’t rush the evolution of the affection of ODC. In many variations authors have Elizabeth hating Darcy and in the next paragraph in love with him. No, this took time. I loved the little steps as they circled and then walked toward each other. They weighed their options, evaluated each and all possibilities, and came to the conclusion we all long for…a HEA.

Characters: Mr. Collins was his usual toady self. How many times have we wanted to ram a fist into his disgusting face? OH, and he was vile. We were given a glimpse into his inner thoughts…shudder.

Lady Catherine was deliciously awful as was her brother Lord Matlock. Those two were a pair. How on earth did our dear Colonel come from the loins of that horrid man? He must take after his mother, Lady Matlock. I loved her.

Caroline was her supercilious self. Oh, does she ever get the surprise of her life and so well done. Delicious. Jane and Bingley were their usual selves.

Georgiana was a teenager flexing her fledgling wings and not doing a good job of it. She was the catalyst that started the whole debacle and then didn’t want any consequences. This caused major problems for everyone around her. She flitted from one object to another and Elizabeth [well used to sisters] called her on it. This caused more than one disagreement between Darcy and Elizabeth.

I loved the Gardiner’s, they were simply awesome. Mr. Gardiner proved to be a better uncle than Lord Matlock. The revelation of the Fitzwilliam business dealings was a shock. But not as big a shock as the reason behind the Fitzwilliam’s push to unite the Rosings and Pemberley estates. OMG!!! The real feelings of the Fitzwilliam brother and sister toward Mr. Darcy senior broke my heart. The machinations of the siblings toward the marriage connections for Darcy, and our dear Colonel will shock and amaze. How could a father…?

The epilogue was delightful and I loved the conclusion to this short story. Yeah, it was fantastical in places; however, for those who believe in fate…Elizabeth could very well have been on a coach with a rebellious teenager that would change her life. I believe.

Part 3: Ramsgate: 5-stars
The seashore and a walk on the beach

Like Darcy, when we hear the word Ramsgate, we shudder. The Gardiners have taken a house at Ramsgate and the Bennet family was on holiday with them. While strolling on the beach Elizabeth and Jane encounter Georgiana Darcy and her companion Mrs. Younge. They soon discover that they are staying next door to each other. So begins a friendship between the elder Bennet ladies and Georgiana.

This was a short-short story and action moved very quickly. Like a DVD on fast forward, the machinations of Wickham and Mrs. Younge were soon revealed and a frightened Georgiana sought sanctuary next door with the Gardiner/Bennet household. An express was sent to Darcy in London and the rest, as they say, is history. WOW!!!

When Darcy received the express, his world changed when he read the word Wickham. And then action simply exploded on the page. Before he left London, he sent a quick message to our dear Colonel and he, being the hero we all love to love, was propelled into action. Just a note here: It is not wise to mess with our dear Colonel on a good day. Imagine him upset over Georgiana. No, that is not a force anyone would want to face. Shudder.
Enter Lady Catherine for her share of the conversation and action. She likes to stick her aristocratic nose into everyone’s business. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and Darcy with Elizabeth is one bright picture. Man the feathers fly.

We cannot forget Bingley. Poor Charles; he had absolutely no control over Caroline. When Darcy invited Bingley to join him at Ramsgate… Caroline, who would go to the ends of the earth to be near Darcy, invited herself along and stuck her upturned supercilious nose into the mix. What a mess.

Then we have the introduction of new characters. A father with an unmarried daughter, enough said. He had visions of a connection with the Darcy coffers…I mean a marriage between his daughter and Darcy. Oh the web we weave…the conclusion was hilarious.
J. King pulls a good one on us with the mix-up of characters. It was so creative. I love how she pulled that off. Way to go!!! I like a good mix-up every once in a while, it keeps me on my toes.
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 6 de 6 pessoa(s):
5.0 de 5 estrelas Absolutely delightful!!! 11 de agosto de 2015
Por Erika L Hoemke - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
To start with, J Dawn King is an absolutely delightful writer!!! This is her second book, and I love this one as much as her first, "A Father's Sins". Mrs King knows how to draw you in, in constant want for more, but she also leaves a lot to the readers imagination. She knows how to write that perfect balance.

In "One Love - Two Hearts - Three Stories," we see 3 different options for how Elizabeth and Darcy meet and marry.

1. The Library - what if Darcy could not help himself from looking - staring - at Elizabeth more than propriety allowed? What if they talked things through? What if Caroline was so clueless yet so brazen? (LOL had to throw that one in there!! Haha!). I loved this short story. It shows how flawed ODC really is and how arrogant and prejudiced they BOTH were. I loved the fact that they held a conversation and put things on the table!!! Well done!!

2. Married! - what if during the elopement, Elizabeth was on the same coach as Wickham, Georgiana, and Mrs Younge? What if Elizabeth was summoned home as the prospective bride of the slimy Mr Collins? This is a more full-length story, and very delightful in how Elizabeth and Darcy meet. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story, it had just the right amount of angst that I wasn't a nervous wreck, but enough that it wasn't boring. Some may say it was to quick with the emotions and attachment of ODC, but that is the prerogative of the writer. This is not exactly canon, but it is in a way. I actually enjoyed the stubborn and entitled Georgiana struggling to understand how her decisions have consequences, and how Elizabeth is amazing with the reformation of Georgiana. I always felt she got off too easy in regards to her near elopement with Wickham.

3. Ramsgate - what if the Gardiners and Bennet's were in Ramsgate at the same time as Georgiana? What if Georigana fell fast in friendship with Elizabeth? This story was short but sweet. It starts with Elizabeth and Georgiana becoming fast friends while vacationing in Ramsgate. With this friendship, Georgiana finds she has someone to turn to when she finds things aren't as they seem. With Elizabeth's guidance and support, Georgiana sums Darcy to Ramsgate. Again some may not like the short but sweet, but I loved this story, it was refreshing to see Darcy not struggle so much with his affections, and to have the support of Colonel Fitzwilliam and Georgiana.

All in all, I would HIGHLY recommend this book to any and all JAFFer, especially if you are in the need for a D&E book with reduced angst!!!! I look forward to what else the talented J Dawn King publishes in the future, she has a devoted reader in me!!!!
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Three novellas in one book...short sweet twists that do not disappoint in the character development..enjoy 4 de agosto de 2015
Por ArkansasAustenFan - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Three novellas in one offering with such varied story lines, what a bargain and blessing all in one. I loved the shift from the Library to Married and then to Ramsgate with the delightful discovery of our favorite duo's feelings for each other.

The characters are as Jane Austen established them, but Ms King cuts to the chase and brings them face to face much quicker than Jane.
Needing short stories to read when I'm detained some place, these three stories really fill the void. It is sort of like drawing a situation from a deck and developing how Elizabeth and Darcy would handle it. Some situations are lively, others are grave and then some are just sweet.

You go, Ms King. Keep the good reads coming. My schedule has been rushed lately and I've needed some short stories to keep my focus without going back to get caught up in a long novel. Loved the fact that I knew the book would contain three independent short stories.
Thanks for the epilogues. I think a lot of people are like me and we like to think about The Darcy Family over the years.
4.0 de 5 estrelas And Then...The Futures of Them All 11 de maio de 2017
Por Christine McDaniel - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Having never read a modern anthology of "Pride and Prejudice," I did not know what to expect from this book. I soon discovered that Book One deals with the abbreviated courtship of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberly. While very familiar with the plot, I was pleasantly surprised to learn of the emotional responses of the main characters as they laid the groundwork for their falling in love. Their opinions formed at their first meeting were proven wrong as they come to learn more about each other's character. Instead of a being a disdainful, arrogant member of the aristocracy, Jane learns Darcy is a caring, responsible brother and protector to those for whom he is responsible. Darcy learns Elizabeth's wit and intelligence are reflected in her sparkling eyes, and he soon thinks of her as one of the most handsome women of his acquaintance. And so they are married.

Book Two deals with Miss Georgiana's elopment with George Wickham and how Elizabeth Bennet saves Georgiana's reputation. When Elizabeth writes a letter to Darcy urging him to rescue his sister, she unwittingly surrenders her future to a complete stranger. A single unwed lady would never write to a single man whom she has never met. To salvage Elizabeth's reputation, Darcy offers to marry her. To explain Geogiana's presence, all are willing to swear she has traveled to attend her brother's wedding. This book deals with our young couple's marriage, the fallout of Darcy's not marrying Anne, the invalid daughter of Lady Catherine de Bourgh, and the courtship of Jane Bennett and Charles Bingley, who has two disagreeable sisters. During the span of this book, Georgiana comes to realize she is not as mature at fifteen as she thinks she is, learns how to bake lemon tarts, and is introduced to an officer's wife and sees first-hand how poor military families really are. Darcy learns that his uncle, the Earl of Matlock, and his aunt, Lady de Bourgh, are slave owners and owe their income to slavery. At this news, Darcy severs all ties with his family, who are shunned by society and flee to their country estates. This book also recounts how our couple falls in love with each other.

Book Three explains how Geogiana Darcy meets the Bennet family, how she sends for her brother guardian, Darcy, and her other guardian, Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam. It is another retelling of how Elizabeth and Darcy come to love and respect each other.

This is a charming book that rehashes a most beloved story by Jane Austen and predicts the future of these unique individuals. It was time well spent.
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 9 de 10 pessoa(s):
2.0 de 5 estrelas Pleasant, but needs editing. 19 de março de 2017
Por Teacher - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Pleasant read in some ways, but grammatical errors (starting in the first sentence) and a few missing words that made me have to pause and puzzle through a sentence, which is distracting. I've read many P&P variations, and I didn't feel this one added enough to make it worth the annoyance of lack of editing. DNF.
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