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These Three Remain by Pamela Aidan
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Apr 26, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012-books-i-ve-read, romance-general, my-faves
Read from April 20 to 26, 2012

I don't have anything to say except I cried like a ninny at the end. I didn't want this to end. What's funny is it had nothing to do with Elizabeth, I just loved seeing P&P through Darcy's eyes. How he came to find fault in his actions and set out to change his behavior. How he fixed on Elizabeth and couldn't imagine how to be with her or without her. I loved the detail of the embroidered threads he carried about. I loved the glimpses into society, and class, and character. Yes, I agree that Georgiana is a bit of a bore, trapped so in the strictures of her place in society, but all the women are. But the men! I had such a crush on Dy, for some reason. This is a book for those who wanted a peek into the other side of Jane Austen's world. Indeed, this is about what all the men are thinking, good and bad. This is a book for P&P fans who find themselves caught up in the wit and romance of Jane Austen, and are craving a bit more.
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