Mr Darcy's Christmas Carol: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

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Mr Darcy's Christmas Carol: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

Mr Darcy s Christmas Carol A Pride and Prejudice Variation Men s courses will foreshadow certain ends to which if persevered in they must lead but if the courses be departed from the ends will change Charles Dickens Fitzwilliam Darcy is in London and re

  • Title: Mr Darcy's Christmas Carol: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
  • Author: Meg Osborne
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  • Men s courses will foreshadow certain ends, to which, if persevered in, they must lead, but if the courses be departed from, the ends will change Charles Dickens Fitzwilliam Darcy is in London, and resigns himself to the social whirl of Christmas with Charles and Caroline Bingley and without mention of any young ladies with the surname Bennet Alas, his subconscious Men s courses will foreshadow certain ends, to which, if persevered in, they must lead, but if the courses be departed from, the ends will change Charles Dickens Fitzwilliam Darcy is in London, and resigns himself to the social whirl of Christmas with Charles and Caroline Bingley and without mention of any young ladies with the surname Bennet Alas, his subconscious has other plans and he finds himself, one evening, plagued by dreams Awaking upset at the potential futures played out in his imagination, he determines he must undo his mistakes before it is too late Elizabeth Bennet is surprised to see both Mr Bingley and Mr Darcy appear back in Hertfordshire so soon after they left for London, but cannot deny her pleasure at seeing them again, firstly for Jane s sake, but reluctantly for her own For Mr Darcy is not the only person whose nightly dreams have revealed a future they might enjoy, if only they are brave enough to act in the present Mr Darcy s Christmas Carol is a regency Pride and Prejudice variation novella just in time for Christmas

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    One thought on “Mr Darcy's Christmas Carol: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

    1. Debbie Brown on said:

      4.5 rounded up to 5 starsIt's the Christmas season after the Netherfield party quit the estate. I've read one or two other mash-ups based on these two stories, and this one is more Pride and Prejudice than Christmas Carol. (That's just an observation; it's neither better nor worse than the others, just different.) Darcy doesn't develop any Scrooge-like characteristics. No ghosts come to visit him, although he keeps thinking he sees Miss Elizabeth Bennet at the social gatherings he attends and fe [...]

    2. Sheila Majczan on said:

      A mash-up of P&P and A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens this was a perfect read for today. I read it on fanfiction and there are 27 chapters. Darcy with Charles and Caroline Bingley have fled to London. But dreams begin to haunt him and insight into just what the future could hold cause a change in plans. And it is not only Darcy who is having dreams. Elizabeth Bennet finds her fantasies are so different from the man Wickham describes to her.So how do they manage when Darcy decides to take [...]

    3. Carol Perrin on said:

      Mr. Darcy's Christmas Carol: A Pride and Prejudice VariationSweet dreams or nightmares- Darcy had both. The nightmares had both he and Bingley unhappily married. It was a double nightmare for Darcy for not only was her very unhappy, but he was married to Caroline Bingley. Bingley was married to Caroline's equally shrew-like friend, Annabelle. Both were miserable. His other dreams had him reflecting on a very pair of fine eyes in Hertfordshire belonging to Miss Elizabeth Bennet. In this dream, he [...]

    4. Deb Hughes on said:

      Delightful Christmas readDarcy truly had realistic dreams that turned his mind, heart and life around! It started with dread but ended happily!

    5. PJ Jones on said:

      DelightfulI found this novella a nicely written delight. Couldn't at first see the Christmas Carol in it but it was done cleverly and kept with the spirit of Miss Austen.

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