An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation

An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation
    An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation suffering from amnesia as a result of her accident and is intrigued by the kind, generous man who tends to her Is this Mr Darcy s last chance to show her the man he can be And as for Elizabeth, she is astonished to discover that the warm, caring man she s starting to fall in love with was someone she disliked intensely before her accident But just why was her dislike for him so strong When word gets out of them spending the night together, Lizzy s reputation is compromised and the only way out is to agree to marry Mr Darcy But can she accept him for the man he is now And can she truly love a man she cannot remember."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 89 pages
  • An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation
  • Isabelle Mayfair
  • English
  • 28 June 2017

An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation❰Reading❯ ➸ An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation Author Isabelle Mayfair – Essayreview.co.uk While touring Derbyshire with her aunt and uncle, Elizabeth Bennet is horrified to discover they intend to visit Pemberley, the home of Mr Darcy She had hoped never to meet him again after rejecting h While touring Derbyshire at Pemberley: PDF/EPUB Á with her aunt and uncle, Elizabeth Bennet is horrified to discover they intend to visit Pemberley, the home of Mr Darcy She had hoped never to meet him again after rejecting his proposal months before But assured that An Encounter PDF \ he is not home, Elizabeth decides to take the opportunity to explore Pemberley Woods while her aunt and uncle are out There, alone in the woods, she is the victim of an accident Mr Darcy discovers her lying unconscious and must think Encounter at Pemberley: PDF ´ quickly to get her to shelter before a storm begins He takes her to his hunting lodge to tend to her injuries, realising he will have compromised her reputation and be obliged to marry her if word gets out But Elizabeth is suffering from amnesia as a result of her accident and is intrigued by the kind, generous man who tends to her Is this Mr Darcy s last chance to show her the man he can be And as for Elizabeth, she is astonished to discover that the warm, caring man she s starting to fall in love with was someone she disliked intensely before her accident But just why was her dislike for him so strong When word gets out of them spending the night together, Lizzy s reputation is compromised and the only way out is to agree to marry Mr Darcy But can she accept him for the man he is now And can she truly love a man she cannot remember.


About the Author: Isabelle Mayfair

Is a well at Pemberley: PDF/EPUB Á known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation book, this is one of the most wanted Isabelle Mayfair author readers around the world.


10 thoughts on “An Encounter at Pemberley: A Pride And Prejudice Variation

  1. says:

    Status Read from April 7 to 10, 2017Rating Review My Library Notes An Encounter at Pemberley A Pride and Prejudice Variationby Isabelle MayfairKindle Edition,, First Edition, 89 pagesPublished November 16th 2016ASIN B01NA6Q5ZNWhile touring Derbyshire with her aunt and uncle, Elizabeth Bennet is horrified to discover they intend to visit Pemberley, the home of Mr Darcy She had hoped never to meet him again after rejecting his proposal months before But assured that he is not home, Elizabet Status Read from April 7 to 10, 2017Rating Review My Library Notes An Encounter at Pemberley A Pride and Prejudice Variationby Isabelle MayfairKindle Edition,, First Edition, 89 pagesPublished November 16th 2016ASIN B01NA6Q5ZNWhile touring Derbyshire with her aunt and uncle, Elizabeth Bennet is horrified to discover they intend to visit Pemberley, the home of Mr Darcy She had hoped never to meet him again after rejecting his proposal months before But assured that he is not home, Elizabeth decides to take the opportunity to explore Pemberley Woods while her aunt and uncle are out There, alone in the woods, she is the victim of an accident Mr Darcy discovers her lying unconscious and must think quickly to get her to shelter before a storm begins He takes her to his hunting lodge to tend to her injuries, realising he will have compromised her reputation and be obliged to marry her if word gets out But Elizabeth is suffering from amnesia as a result of her accident and is intrigued by the kind, generous man who tends to her Is this Mr Darcy s last chance to show her the man he can be And as for Elizabeth, she is astonished to discover that the warm, caring man she s starting to fall in love with was someone she disliked intensely before her accident But just why was her dislike for him so strong When word gets out of them spending the night together, Lizzy s reputation is compromised and the only way out is to agree to marry Mr Darcy But can she accept him for the man he is now And can she truly love a man she cannot remember

  2. says:

    3.5 rounded up to 4 starsI enjoyed this even though it s not exactly new territory for a Pride and Prejudice variation When Elizabeth and her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner visit Lambton, she wanders into the surrounding countryside and takes a nasty fall that leaves her unconscious Darcy discovers her and is amazed by her presence near his estate He brings her to a hunting cabin, which is close by, in order to get her dry and out of the rainy weather, and they are there overnight The next day, she 3.5 rounded up to 4 starsI enjoyed this even though it s not exactly new territory for a Pride and Prejudice variation When Elizabeth and her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner visit Lambton, she wanders into the surrounding countryside and takes a nasty fall that leaves her unconscious Darcy discovers her and is amazed by her presence near his estate He brings her to a hunting cabin, which is close by, in order to get her dry and out of the rainy weather, and they are there overnight The next day, she awakens with amnesia doesn t know who he is or even who she is Mr Bingley finds them there and returns with a cart to convey the injured lady to Pemberley Much as Darcy relishes this opportunity to spend time with her, he knows eventually he will have to tell her about their last encounter when she forcefully refused his marriage proposal She is drawn to this handsome, thoughtful man whose has an admirable relationship with his sister Georgiana and his servants Caroline, meanwhile, suspects that Elizabeth is faking her memory loss to get closer to Darcy The story moves on from there.I believe Caroline would not be able to stay at Pemberley without her brother or a companion present Bingley leaves Pemberley but doesn t take Caroline with him without her reputation being ruined As others have mentioned, Elizabeth is awfully alert and energetic aside from her memory loss and sprained ankle for someone who was out in the elements and unconscious for so many hours just a day previously.I know other reviewers mention the trite storyline I can t deny that there are a lot of elements here that I ve read before, but I don t remember recall having read a story with this exact combination The writing is pretty good, and I found myself interested to see how it was going to play out It s not a great book, but I did like it

  3. says:

    3.5 stars rounded up to 4 starsThe book description tells the reader most of the premise of this story It does need some editing and towards the end the font shows up in bold for a few pages I would have liked an expanded ending as we didn t even get to the wedding s much less have an epilogue to tell us of children, etc.If you can accept that the path Elizabeth walks is not only on Pemberley property but also that it just happens to be a path on which a horse can also follow then the fact 3.5 stars rounded up to 4 starsThe book description tells the reader most of the premise of this story It does need some editing and towards the end the font shows up in bold for a few pages I would have liked an expanded ending as we didn t even get to the wedding s much less have an epilogue to tell us of children, etc.If you can accept that the path Elizabeth walks is not only on Pemberley property but also that it just happens to be a path on which a horse can also follow then the fact that Elizabeth is found with a head wound and a badly sprained ankle unconscious by Darcy is not so strange I never thing of Pemberley property edging the border of Lambton but maybe that is my mistake Next we have a premise which has been usedthan oncecaught far from the main manor ODC has to take shelter in cottage or hunters shack for shelter from a violent stormovernight Plus as their clothing is soaked he has to undress the comatose Elizabeth and dress her in the men s clothing left in the hunter s cottage Then they are not allowed to sneak back to Pemberley they are discovered by Bingley who goes for a cart to take her to the house as she has awoken with not memory Darcy knows who she is but not how she got to be on his land nor with whom she was traveling.The parts that I particularly liked about the story were that Darcy, even in knowing that he will offer for Elizabeth again as she is compromised, reveals to her all about their previous relationship and how she has turned him down at Hunsford Then it was also poignant to read of what finally jolted her memory and had all the history come flooding back.There were really no surprises in this story and little angst But, for me, it was a sweet read Elizabeth got to know Darcy without his public face and liked him despite knowing that he had separated his sister from Bingley He has never stopped loving her

  4. says:

    Traditional Plotline Inevitability Leads to Happiness Ms Mayfair offers a new not necessarily different take on the Amnesia crux in the center of the plot This makes for diverting read The characters o not stray far from the Canon Other points of tension are avoided Well written effort for easy reading.

  5. says:

    I m not upset that you lied to me, I m upset that from now on I can t believe you Friedrich NietzscheWhen I started reading this story, I had a feeling of d j vu, that I had read it or parts of it before We have the tried and true tropes for our JAFF variation They are as follows Falling tripping trope Lizzy has fallen and can t get up scenario Dang, that girl can t walk on even ground She s always falling in a ditch, or hitting her head Amnesia trope Lizzy has partial amnesia wh I m not upset that you lied to me, I m upset that from now on I can t believe you Friedrich NietzscheWhen I started reading this story, I had a feeling of d j vu, that I had read it or parts of it before We have the tried and true tropes for our JAFF variation They are as follows Falling tripping trope Lizzy has fallen and can t get up scenario Dang, that girl can t walk on even ground She s always falling in a ditch, or hitting her head Amnesia trope Lizzy has partial amnesia where she doesn t know anything or anyone She then gets to see Darcy for who he really is, with no prejudice and no grievance against him due to separating Jane and Bingley Compromise trope Darcy forced to ask for her hand due to having compromised her Spend the night in a hunting lodge trope Storm approaches, torrential rain, wet to the bone, has to change out of wet clothes, etc., seen by others Caroline and Bingley in this case Caroline It is amazing how complete is the delusion that beauty is goodness Leo Tolstoy, The Kreutzer SonataAh, Caroline, beauty on the outside and black as night on the inside Oh, you are up to your old tricks That girl, I swear, not one word out of her mouth can be trusted She would lie to her best friend if she thought it would increase her standing in London s social circles She did the unspeakable or at least we think she did It wasn t clarified for sure Lizzy thinks she did, Darcy isn t so sure I think she did However, it proved counterproductive if she did There was no epilogue to tell if she was punished for her crimes against Bingley, Darcy and Elizabeth I liked this Darcy He did everything he could to correct his mistakes He was so loving and caring for Elizabeth and she was so receptive of him at first Because she didn t remember her grievances against him, she was totally accepting of his kindness and generosity and thought he was the best of men.This was a quick, clean read I was finished in no time I enjoyed it, even though things moved quickly There were editing problems, missing letters, word substitutions, fianc e female fianc male confusion and others

  6. says:

    a lovely and sweet short story with Elizabeth losing her memory after a fall, Darcyin love with her than ever and a nasty Miss Bingley

  7. says:

    Clean, sweet, and charming I really liked this one.

  8. says:

    Fast paced and light hearted book that was a pleasure to read.Elizabeth was travelling to the North with the Gardiner s when she injured herself on a walk Darcy discovered her, unconscious, on his way home and they were forced to take shelter in a hunting lodge Utterly compromised and Elizabeth had no memory from before the accident, ODC s road to HEA was swift and relatively pain free Recommend.

  9. says:

    An Encounter at Pemberley A Pride and Prejudice VariationA brief, short accounting of Elizabeth s trip with the Gardiners to Derbyshire, but very enjoyable A sudden accident places a hurt Elizabeth with Darcy in his hunting cabin at Pemberley during a rain storm Having lost her memory when she fell and hit her head, she doesn t remember Darcy at all She s convinced that he is a wonderful man who makes her quite happy She wonders what woman would not fall in love with him Like I ve stated, An Encounter at Pemberley A Pride and Prejudice VariationA brief, short accounting of Elizabeth s trip with the Gardiners to Derbyshire, but very enjoyable A sudden accident places a hurt Elizabeth with Darcy in his hunting cabin at Pemberley during a rain storm Having lost her memory when she fell and hit her head, she doesn t remember Darcy at all She s convinced that he is a wonderful man who makes her quite happy She wonders what woman would not fall in love with him Like I ve stated, she cannot remember who she is much less who he is and that they have met twice before No clue that he proposed at Hunsford or why he was rejected The gossip rag of a newspaper already has wind of the scandal in the cabin, so Darcy proposes again He s not upset with marrying her, just that the gossip has made it necessary without any other choice for Elizabeth After Darcy writes her father about her accident and memory loss, he and Jane rush to Pemberley Seeing the letter delivered at Hunsford by Darcy, Elizabeth regains her memory Bingley leaves Pemberley before the Bennets arrive and travels to Derby Righting his mistake, Darcy travels to Derby to set things straight with his friend When Bingley returns to Pemberley, he and Jane become engaged and much to Caroline s dismay, a double wedding is planned I would have given this a story a 5 if the author would have fleshed out who leaked the details of their night in the hunting cabin, and had there been a set down of Caroline Bingley by Darcy, Elizabeth, Jane, and Bingley Her hateful self deserved anything that they could throw at her since her continued lies and interference surely warranted their effort Loved this Darcy Even though the truth might hurt his efforts to win Elizabeth s love, he told her all that happened between them before she regained her memory from their first meeting at the Meryton Assembly to the disastrous proposal at Hunsford

  10. says:

    This is a short, kind of ridiculous, trope heavy book During her stay in Lambton Lizzy wanders off, falls, sprains her ankle Trope , and strikes her head developing amnesia trope she is discovered by Mr Darcy and as the rain falls they are forced to spend the night in a hunting cabin trope so Lizzy is compromised trope They return to Pemberley where is treated for her injuries and Mr Darcy notifies her relatives and sends word to the village to discover her traveling companions Despi This is a short, kind of ridiculous, trope heavy book During her stay in Lambton Lizzy wanders off, falls, sprains her ankle Trope , and strikes her head developing amnesia trope she is discovered by Mr Darcy and as the rain falls they are forced to spend the night in a hunting cabin trope so Lizzy is compromised trope They return to Pemberley where is treated for her injuries and Mr Darcy notifies her relatives and sends word to the village to discover her traveling companions Despite Lizzy s injured leg and full on amnesia she is quickly scampering about Pemberley fighting with Miss Bingley and falling in love with Fitzwilliam Darcy So she is confused when her aunt insists that she had told her that she hated Mr Darcy Once she rereads his letter from Hunsford her memory is restored and she is embarrassed at her mistreatment of Mr Darcy and they all lived HEA

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *