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Suspense and Sensibility by Carrie Bebris
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Aug 19, 2009

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Read in October, 2005

Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy live their lives, meet folks from Sense and Sensibility, and occasionally get involved in weird mysterious happenings. While the supernatural elements are very unAusten, as long as I’ve got my AU Fanfic mental glasses on, the story’s extremely enjoyable; the characters themselves act in ways consistent with what we see in Austen, and I like the various takes on What Happened Later. My one gripe with this book: the character Regina — I felt like I was supposed to find her funny, and I didn’t.

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