Endeavor at Civility: A Variation of Pride and Prejudice

Endeavor at Civility: A Variation of Pride and Prejudice ❰Download❯ ➽ Endeavor at Civility: A Variation of Pride and Prejudice Author Cassandra B. Leigh – Buyprobolan50.co.uk What if Darcy and Elizabeth both maintained civil tempers during the Hunsford Proposal What if Darcy and Elizabeth both maintained civil Civility: A PDF Ê tempers during the Hunsford Proposal.


10 thoughts on “Endeavor at Civility: A Variation of Pride and Prejudice

  1. Sheila Majczan Sheila Majczan says:

    3.5 starsThis novella sets the stage as we read ODC s minds about happenings and their interactions in Meryton but then the action picks up in Hunsford Darcy, again, believes that Elizabeth expects his addresses while Elizabeth believes he stares at her in disdain In this book both Jane and Charlotte keep insisting that Darcy has other feelings towards Elizabeth Jane is speaking in her head while Charlotte is on hand to make observations It was interesting to read all the negative thoughts, 3.5 starsThis novella sets the stage as we read ODC s minds about happenings and their interactions in Meryton but then the action picks up in Hunsford Darcy, again, believes that Elizabeth expects his addresses while Elizabeth believes he stares at her in disdain In this book both Jane and Charlotte keep insisting that Darcy has other feelings towards Elizabeth Jane is speaking in her head while Charlotte is on hand to make observations It was interesting to read all the negative thoughts, the doubts and the suppositions within both minds while the verbal responses to each other were opposite to thoughts and unexpected Darcy s proposal is so much better as he says to himself that he cannot mention, that it would be ungentlemanly to speak of, her family and their behaviors, etc While Elizabeth holds off giving the man an answer they have conversations in Kent, in London and then at Longbourn She does address issues she has about his interference in Bingley s wooing of Jane and then about what she has been told about Darcy by Wickham You will love the poems that he quotes and the rose bud placed in her palm on several occasions as he tells her that she holds his heart in her hand Swoon Both Darcy and Bingley have to do a bit of bended knee apologies for past actions But in the book they work for a fresh start and gain such One variation is how Lydia s trip to Brighton was arranged Clever plan Bright author.I enjoyed this short story The poetry and literature references touched my heart I have not yet read Evelina by Fanny Burney but it is on my list


  2. Erika Erika says:

    Very enjoyableI have to first say that I have followed Ms Leigh Astonishment on FanFiction.net for awhile and have always enjoyed her stories So to see her finally publishing her stories, I m all excitement The story itself was light, fun and entertaining I hadn t previously read this story of hers, and felt that the first part of the story repeated P P I found I was waiting for the changes that would make it a P P variation I found I was disappointed in the Jane Bingley story and intera Very enjoyableI have to first say that I have followed Ms Leigh Astonishment on FanFiction.net for awhile and have always enjoyed her stories So to see her finally publishing her stories, I m all excitement The story itself was light, fun and entertaining I hadn t previously read this story of hers, and felt that the first part of the story repeated PP I found I was waiting for the changes that would make it a PP variation I found I was disappointed in the Jane Bingley story and interaction I like that she made Jane weary and question Bingley s reappearance, but to have Bingley constantly ask her if she has forgiven him at every meeting was a bit much for me It just made me think that Bingley was still immature and impatient I loved the romantic side of Darcy, the love poems and rosebuds Swoon I think that most JAFFers would enjoy this novella


  3. J. W. Garrett J. W. Garrett says:

    Having a second chance makes you want to work even harder Tia MowryWhat a delightful story I simply loved it The first part of the story centered around Elizabeth in Kent and how she and Darcy handled his proposal differently than in canon This story had a lot of OOC out of character behavior with all our characters Darcy didn t botch the proposal by slamming her relations.Elizabeth didn t accuse Darcy of being less than a gentleman They cleared up Wickham s lies and discussed Jane and Having a second chance makes you want to work even harder Tia MowryWhat a delightful story I simply loved it The first part of the story centered around Elizabeth in Kent and how she and Darcy handled his proposal differently than in canon This story had a lot of OOC out of character behavior with all our characters Darcy didn t botch the proposal by slamming her relations.Elizabeth didn t accuse Darcy of being less than a gentleman They cleared up Wickham s lies and discussed Jane and Bingley.She asked for time and he asked to make amends sounded fair I loved how we were in the heads of each character and was able to listen as they reasoned through the proposal and subsequent discussions on what needed to be done Our dear Colonel Fitzwilliam was with his cousin and was watching the proceedings of love with a smirk on his face I love the Colonel I enjoyed the conversation between Anne de Bourgh and Darcy That was so nice It has been said that sometimes the greatest hope in our lives is just a second chance to do what we should have done right in the first place Richard Paul Evans, Lost DecemberBack in London, Darcy found Bingley, apologized, while fighting off Caroline s advances Later, the guys tried make amends with and play court to Jane and Elizabeth at Gracechurch Street It was so cute as Maria watched and learned what it was to be loved and courted properly her sister s marriage to Mr Collins was no example Mr Gardiner sent a series of messages to Mr Bennet as to what was going on with his daughters and their two gentlemen Mr Bennet anxiously waited for the gentlemen to be in his study This was so cute The exchange of letters back and forth throughout the rest of the story was absolute hilarious Kitty and Lydia exchanged letters between Brighton and London Caroline with Louisa between Yorkshire and London I couldn t help but laugh out loud at one point The introduction of a new character, Miss Darling, as a companion for Lydia, was so funny This had a delightful epilogue and I really enjoyed this quick, clean and adorable story I actually liked the latter part of the story better than the first It wrapped up nicely


  4. EM Clark EM Clark says:

    I really struggled to finish thisI usually like this author s works very much, but this one never caught my interest really I struggled to finish it just for the sake of finishing, because very little was surprising or angsty about the story Some interesting new ideas do show up, but are lost in the drag of all else, unfortunately.


  5. Isa Lavinia Isa Lavinia says:

    This was so absurd and out of character that I gave up on it once I reached the 50% mark.


  6. Carol Perrin Carol Perrin says:

    Endeavor at Civility A Variation of Pride and PrejudiceCanon until Hunsford Darcy lived with regret since his removal from Netherfield at the end of November His constant thoughts of Elizabeth Bennet was driving him to distraction However, he didn t know how he was going to meet with her again since he decided that his happiness wasimportant than his duty His surprise to find her visiting the Collins made him very happy Within his first visit with his cousin the colonel at the parson Endeavor at Civility A Variation of Pride and PrejudiceCanon until Hunsford Darcy lived with regret since his removal from Netherfield at the end of November His constant thoughts of Elizabeth Bennet was driving him to distraction However, he didn t know how he was going to meet with her again since he decided that his happiness wasimportant than his duty His surprise to find her visiting the Collins made him very happy Within his first visit with his cousin the colonel at the parsonage, Richard wanted to know when he fell in love with Elizabeth Days spent in her presence only convinces him of his love Finding out from the colonel that Darcy helped separate his friend Bingley from an undesirable match, Elizabeth didn t appear at Rosings because she wasn t feeling well When Darcy arrives at the parsonage, he blurts out his proposal, but how much he loves and admires her is all that is spoken Shocked, Elizabeth tells him she needs time to think about his proposal Meeting the next day before he and Richard leave Rosings, they talk about the misunderstanding about Jane and Bingley Given no answer to his proposal, Elizabeth tells him that she ll see him in London While in London Elizabeth finds out the awful truth about Wickham She apologizes for her own vanity, but still gives him no answer to his proposal While waiting for the two gentlemen to return to Netherfield, Elizabeth realizes that she s been foolish not giving him an answer since she has determined that she loves him It doesn t take long for them to come to an understanding, and Longbourn has much to be happy about due to Darcy s return and love for Elizabeth Loved that Caroline was banished to Yorkshire and Wickham s treachery was halted by a clever companion As the title suggests, Elizabeth s endeavor at civility changes much of the angry feelings of Jane Austen s original Pride and Prejudice


  7. Teresita Teresita says:

    Being civil can have far reaching consequencesWith just a very little patience and understanding the story goes in a different direction A very good variation, give it a try


  8. Leslie Leslie says:

    This is a very clever P P variation that mostly follows canon until Mr Darcy s proposal at Hunsford where Darcy limits his insults and thus Lizzy limits her retorts and at the end of the conversation neither are satisfied but neither are really angry and they agree to continue their conversation on the next day Over the course of two days Darcy agrees to attempt to reunite Jane Bingley and to call on Lizzy at Gracechurch street This Darcy is simply adorable He is in love and reminds Lizzy This is a very clever PP variation that mostly follows canon until Mr Darcy s proposal at Hunsford where Darcy limits his insults and thus Lizzy limits her retorts and at the end of the conversation neither are satisfied but neither are really angry and they agree to continue their conversation on the next day Over the course of two days Darcy agrees to attempt to reunite Jane Bingley and to call on Lizzy at Gracechurch street This Darcy is simply adorable He is in love and reminds Lizzy often He is charming and she is charmed but she refuses to accept his proposal until she believes he is reformed Caroline not only gets her comeuppance but her nose out of joint To keep the book short the author uses letters to convey a lot of information in a short space and it works


  9. Marsha Marsha says:

    Delightfully enjoyableElizabeth you are so headstrong, you need to forgive Mr Darcy you need to keep quiet sometimes, but also no when to talk This was a delightful variation in which so many little stories are within the storyline Lydia finally got her adventure, but did not like the price Wickham learned the hard way Highly recommended to read


  10. Lisa E Lisa E says:

    Froo fruOnce again this author disappoints Personalities are not right The conversations are overly bubbly and sound like women with high pitched voices froo fruit how do you spell that Lots of plot questions again Like the plot ideas but not the execution.


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