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A Weekend with Mr. Darcy (edition 2011)

by Victoria Connelly

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Title:A Weekend with Mr. Darcy
Authors:Victoria Connelly
Info:Sourcebooks Landmark (2011), Edition: Original, Paperback, 352 pages
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This was a fun, quick read with lots of Jane Austen and her books in it. The love interests were cute, their relationships moved very fast but it was fun to read about it! I have only read Pride and Prejudice, so I was only familiar with those references. Any die hard Jane Austen fans would absolutely love this. I will be reading the next book to see how everything plays out with the couples. :)” ( )
  BeckyGandee | Oct 23, 2013 |
a little surprise mystery adding to this FuN read...
just begun. happy to continue ")

oooo ") deliteful! humorous amorous as each change of scene encouraged me to read on...
a very 'now' setting juxtaposed against Jane Austen's historicity. well played, Victoria!
thanks for keeping me reading ") missing it now that i've had to put it down! and eagerly
awaiting the next Victoria Connelly delivery... ( )
  FHC | Jun 13, 2013 |
UK author,Victoria Connelly ,
has done a great job at connecting
a reader of today with the person of Jane Austen.

She places us right into Jane's home turf.
her life at home, in her village, at her church~
with today's characters entirely real, believable and
enjoyable {as well as frustrating!}
In fact, i liked it so much, i'm on the library wait list
for her entire selection of books!

Victoria's blog site
has excellent pictures of Jane's life setting
as well as her own writings

A book that kept me riveted!
Many thanks to you, Victoria, for keeping me occupied so enjoyably "))

Any JA fans looking for a deliteful summer read? here's a 'don't miss' choice !

( )
  FHC | Jun 13, 2013 |
This book was a fun, super quick, light read. It was pretty (very) predictable, but all the Jane Austen references made up for it mostly. The thing that irritated me the most was how quickly the characters would tell their romantic interests that they loved them. Obviously the book wasn't meant to be realistic, but still. Fully grown adults with established careers just don't say such things within one day of meeting a person. Anyway, I did enjoy the idea behind the story of Katherine and her love interest. I am planning on reading the related books but am not expecting to be blown away. ( )
  Annesanse | Jun 4, 2013 |
entertaining read for Janeites :) ( )
  eillinora | Apr 3, 2013 |
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During a Jane Austen Addicts weekend in England, Dr. Katherine Roberts, a Jane Austen lecturer, discovers that the author of the racy Regency novels she loves is actually a man who has been waiting to declare his feelings for her.

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