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Darcy views it as the single greatest thing in his entire life and Elizabeth sees it as her greatest sacrifice. If you love romances where the two main characters start off on opposite ends and eventually come together after several heartaches, then I highly recommend The Last Man In The World for delivering such an entertaining romance!

While Elizabeth dominated the story with her torn feelings, Mr. Darcy had his moments of vulnerability as a husband hopelessly in love with his wife who does not return his affections yet, if ever. Darcy and Elizabeth! The above quote about Mr. Lonely, without family or friends, Elizabeth passes her days at Pemberley, feeling certain that she and Darcy will spend the rest of their lives simply co-existing.

Both are too proud and stubborn to talk about their feelings, and when her sister, Lydia, runs off with Mr. Wickham, Elizabeth is sure that Mr. Darcy will want her to permanently sever all ties to her family. While reading Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy : The Last Man in the World, it became obvious to me that Reynolds has read Pride and Prejudice many, many times and knows these characters inside and out.

Though her writing style is part old-fashioned, part-contemporary, it was easy for me to lose myself in the story and actually forget I was reading an Austen sequel. It was entertaining to watch Darcy come to the realization that he can be an arrogant ass and Elizabeth come into her own as the mistress of Pemberley. I can do without the annoying Mrs. Bennet, but I felt the absence of the witty Mr. I highly recommend Mr. Most of the people that I know who are obsessed with historical romance novels, adore Jane Austen.

Yes, I am one of these people. This book answers the question that has plagued myself and readers like me. What could-have-been between Elizabeth and Mr.

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Darcy if she had not refused his proposal? This was an amazing read that explores the romantic possibilities between two unforgettable characters. I found it thought-provoking and extremely sensual. This book plays out as if Elizabeth said yes to Mr.

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Darcy thinks Elizabeth is in love with him; he does not realize that Elizabeth married him because she felt she had to. This misunderstanding moves the first half or so of the book along and then when Darcy figures out the truth, the star-crossed lovers must find their way back to each other. This book has romance in it worthy of Austen herself. I enjoyed this book a lot.

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I would recommend this book to Jane Austen fans and also to fans of romance and historical fiction. I own all of Abigail Reynolds books but I have never picked up any of them. I was saving the best for last which tends to result in never reading the books you really want to read. I was really curious about how Abigail Reynolds was going to go about changing the Pride and Prejudice story we all know and love and if it would be believable. The portrayal of Lizzy and Darcy was absolutely fabulous.

Both characters were completely on point. Lizzy was charming yet a bit, shall I say cruel, to Darcy and Darcy was a bit of a dunderhead in just assuming that Lizzy would not say no to him because of his wealth and status. I think this book was so successful because it kept both Lizzy and Darcy completely in character with slight, yet very obvious changes in their circumstances. The book was so convincing that, at times, I forgot that this book did not actually happen not that Pride and Prejudice actually happened. I totally forgot at points that Darcy did not compromise Lizzy during his proposal by not giving her a chance to say no to him and Lizzy being forced to marry Darcy as a result.

It was so interesting to see what the marriage between Lizzy and Darcy would have been like if Lizzy had not gone through that period of discovery about Darcy. Darcy kissing Elizabeth before she can refuse his offer of marriage and that kiss being observed by Colonel Fitzwilliam and Rosing Park gamekeepers. One of the reasons I love Elizabeth and Darcy is because they are flawed and they make mistakes. No one is perfect and in the literary world sometimes we tend to idolize our heroes and heroines.

It is a nice change to see them feel insecure, embarrassed, or misunderstood. I believe even Elizabeth Bennet has times when she lacks confidence or jumps to the wrong conclusion. However, the romantic scenes are very infrequent and are not overly explicit. The marriage happens quickly and Lizzy is filled with anxiety about her role as Mrs. Darcy, what to expect from her husband, and how to overcome her prejudice against her him. Elizabeth opened her mouth to deny his allegation, but before any sound could emerge, she recognized the danger. The servants and the housekeeper, Mrs.

It was a gentle kiss, but his lips were hot against hers. Elizabeth almost shook with the emotion of it. Fitzwilliam Darcy : The Last Man in the World is a treat that will transport readers into regency England with a set of new and old characters. Lizzy is still strong-willed, but tentative in her new marriage and her new circumstances.

Darcy is a bit harsh at times, but readers will forgive him his transgressions. Readers should be cautioned that there are some intimate scenes that give this novel a more contemporary feel. All in all, this is a delightful variation. First thank you Danielle at Sourcebooks for providing me with a review copy of this book. At first I screamed out sacrilege and heresy at the sight of them. However I started giving these books a chance and started liking them. This created a whole new unexplored genre that I was seriously missing out on.

It asks the question; what if Elizabeth agreed to marrying Darcy the first time around? This book was so addictive, that late at night I put it down. It was getting late and I thought I should work on reading another book. No I had to stop and go back to this one. I had to finish it. I just had to. I wanted to know what was going to happen next to Lizzy and Darcy. My heart just went out to them because I wanted things to work for them and yet it looked like everything was going from bad to worse.

I just HAD to finish this book. It took me two days to do so because of interruptions and such. Then there were parts where I wanted both of them in their own corners as if they were children and misbehaving. This book was excellent on tugging emotions left, right and center. I really liked both Elizabeth and Darcy in this book. Their character development was great. However, naturally the main character development is within Elizabeth and Darcy and they develop nicely. The real main focus is the development of the relationship between Elizabeth and Darcy.

This might not sit well with others as plot driven novels can be essential to the story. Where was her wit? It bugged me but not the the extent that I had to stop the book and quit it altogether. There are a few romance scenes in here, but I was willing to read it through. It was acceptable for a non romance reader like me.

You either wanted to reach out to either comfort or lecture these two. Cover Title: Excellent. Art: Semi-headless man looking neckless as well due to period fashion, wearing muddy-colored clothing, slouched posture in contrast to usual bearing of hero, Bonapartesque right hand placement. This book deserved better. What Works The wave of stories using Austen as a springboard is gaining momentum. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.

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Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Last Man in the World by Abigail Reynolds

Review: Mr. Share this: Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window. Like this: Like Loading Darcy Do? I love hearing what you have to say, and I try to respond to all comments here. Thanks for stopping by! Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Before he can make much progress, however, England declares war again, and Darcy must help Elizabeth flee France.

Pride and patriotism lend fervor to greed and cruelty, and Fitzwilliam Darcy is caught at the centre of a decades-old international feud. Taken far from England, presumed dead by his family, and lost to all he holds dear, only one name remains as his beacon in the darkness: Elizabeth. Georgiana Darcy is now the heartbroken heiress to Pemberley, and Colonel Fitzwilliam her bewildered guardian. Vulnerable and unprepared, Georgiana desperately longs for a friend, while Fitzwilliam seeks to protect her from his own family. Darcy is ready to propose on the night of his friend's ball at Netherfield.

His ardent admiration for Elizabeth Bennet has grown to consume him and he must have her for his wife. However, within moments after his proposal, he is mortified by Miss Elizabeth's refusal. He is on one knee, struggling to comprehend how his glorious night has gone so disastrously wrong, when Mrs.

Bennet finds them. Well-read, observant, and spirited, a young Elizabeth Bennet draws the attention of a wealthy widower. When she finally meets Mr. Darcy, she outranks him. Of course, that doesn't stop him from insulting her. Married and wealthy, is she still beneath his notice? Elizabeth's high society connections create new opportunities for her sisters and, in turn, keep Darcy close to her family. When tragedy strikes, will Darcy rise to the occasion? Fitzwilliam Darcy has avoided the entrapments of dozens of desperate maidens seeking a wealthy husband He could lose himself in her fine eyes, but there's just one problem: She doesn't want him.

Elizabeth Bennet seeks a brief respite from the crowded ballroom only to find herself wrapped in the arms of the one man she despises - Mr. When Darcy's enemy is shot to death, he must choose between Elizabeth's freedom and his own honor. There's only one fact that notorious rake Lord Charles Carlisle and his cousin, Fitzwilliam Darcy, can agree upon: a house party given by the Marquess of Bentham is bound to be intolerably dull.

To relieve his boredom, Lord Charles accepts a bet that he can seduce his sister's pretty friend during their stay at Bentham Park. After all, it's easy money for an experienced seducer. Why should he care if his staid cousin Darcy disapproves? But when things do not go as expected for Mr.

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Darcy, Hertfordshire society is in an uproar over the pursuit of one of their favorite daughters by such a wealthy gentleman. Despite being claimed by Mr. Darcy as his future bride, Elizabeth Bennet has no plans to wed the proud and disdainful Mr. Darcy, no matter what her father says! When Fitzwilliam Darcy's arranged life falls to pieces, his father, Mr. George Darcy, gives him an ultimatum: Marry by the end of the London Season or risk disinheritance. Can Darcy cast aside society's frigid attitude toward marriage and find true love?

Or will his desire to honor his deceased mother's memory hold him back? Elizabeth Bennet faces the greatest challenge of her life: Find a husband by the end of the London Season or be forced to marry the heir apparent of her family home, Mr. A romantic at heart, will Elizabeth find a gentleman to meet her high expectations? If you want to fall in love with Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth as they fall for each other, then you'll love this sweet romance based on Jane Austen's timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice.

I really enjoyed this variation. One such complaint was that it was nothing like the original.

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Many of us listen to these variations to see these beloved and even the detested characters in different circumstances. To see their love overcome different obstacles and triumph. I thought the narration was good. She did show emotion and excitement in all right places.

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  6. It was not a monotonous performance to me. I liked the book. I was not disappointed. I enjoyed the narration. Of course I am not apparently as astute as other reviewers. End of story. I wish the narrator had used different voices for the characters. They were running together.

    The performance was terrible: English accent fake, parts of the text was clearly in error in various places and times. The story though good was weak in the end. Story was interesting. The reader killed the book. Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Emma Lysy? Someone who actually has a British accent. Any additional comments? I felt like I was listening to those automated voice answering prompts when he call customer service and can't get a real person no matter how many times you go through the prompts.

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    It just keeps going and going and going until you give up and call another number hoping for a real person. The variation of this story left me disappointed. Don't waste your money if you are a fan of the original book.