Mr Darcy's Cottage of Earthly Delights: Shades of Pride and Prejudice

While touring Pemberley, Elizabeth Bennet overhears gossip about Fitzwilliam Darcy that provokes a surge of jealousy Her worst nightmare has come true, and she flees in despair and anger Upon returning unexpectedly from London, he hears news from his staff of a young lady of his acquaintance who ran from his house in tears Rushing to search for the woman of his dreams,While touring Pemberley, Elizabeth Bennet overhears gossip about Fitzwilliam Darcy that provokes a surge of jealousy Her worst nightmare has come true, and she flees in despair and anger Upon returning unexpectedly from London, he hears news from his staff of a young lady of his acquaintance who ran from his house in tears Rushing to search for the woman of his dreams, he finds her soaked and distraught in a folly identical to the one of his rejected proposal Passions ignite Her fury and his fear for her health provoke an unplanned revelation Forbidden lust explodes in a secret cottage Mr Darcy has prepared for clandestine liaisons with the love of his life.It appears all misunderstandings are resolved between the two with a betrothal or are they WARNING This is a sexually explicit telling of a Pride and Prejudice what if.
Mr Darcy s Cottage of Earthly Delights Shades of Pride and Prejudice While touring Pemberley Elizabeth Bennet overhears gossip about Fitzwilliam Darcy that provokes a surge of jealousy Her worst nightmare has come true and she flees in despair and anger Upon returnin

  • Title: Mr Darcy's Cottage of Earthly Delights: Shades of Pride and Prejudice
  • Author: Beth Massey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Mr Darcy's Cottage of Earthly Delights: Shades of Pride and Prejudice”

    1. Grab a cold beverage of your choice and open your mind wide if you wish to embrace this Pride & Prejudice variation because it takes the stories and characters to places that many people (including me) will find varying degrees of disconcerting. This is a strong bawdy twist to the story that I warn you now is not for everyone and not fair to the author to disregard this warning if this isn't your thing. I'm still processing and I considered myself a flexible reader.I'm not sure what and how [...]

    2. What-if variations are my favourite type of stories from the JAFF world. Not the sequels, not the modern interpretations. I love seeing the characters go down a different path based first on one split decision.This is a very, very, steamy what-if. Just so all the purists know. Don't read this if you are not the type to enjoy that sort of reading. Just don't.I love it.What I loved about it wasn't just the modifications in the story, or the very expressive nature of their feelings. I loved that El [...]

    3. It's really a 3.5 star book for me. I am or completely sure how I feel about this book I was compelled to read it every night until it was done. It's very intimate, which you must be comfortable with in a book. I loved the fighting and the depths of Darcy's love Sigh!!! There were a lot of parts which seemed too contrived and too easily achieved But the love story itself kept me reading way into the night.

    4. Finally I read a sequel that delivers on the 'erotic' arena and it's not deceiving in the title. True, I haven't read that many sequels of P&P but this one didn't disappoint. Although I'm aware that this might change from reader to reader, I do feel that the author balanced well the plot and the erotic elements included. Please be aware that this was very explicit in its content (no, seriously, I'm not kidding), which was the thing I was looking for especially since the first sequel I read w [...]

    5. This what-if variation, has Mr. Darcy coming home early to Pemberly and Elizabeth has been caught out in a rain storm in the grecian temple. Creativly reflective of both Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and the 2005 movie, it spins off into its own retelling of Elizabeth and Darcy uniting. Romantic, lustful, and erotic at times, the novel is lengthy, fun and highly enjoyable. At times in the begining wording could be a little awkward and humorous, but it works it way out by the middle. The nove [...]

    6. It was a very sexually and bold novel. Different from the others I have read. Lizzy was quite bold in learning about sex. Darcy was only too happy to teacher!

    7. Earthly DelightsLoved it. Entertaining, lusty, Funny. A sexy spin on Pride and Prejudice. A great read for someone that enjoys the spice!

    8. I'm giving this one 2.5-3 stars as it was well written. But for me it was just too long and had too many unneccessary add ons - skipped over raptures about plants and brothels and cake shops.For me this Elizabeth Bennet was immature and annoying her constant doubts and behaviour versus her beliefs got too much. I haven't read a Lizzy like this or seen a screen adaptation of her this way. Just didn't do it for me and by her calling of the wedding for the second or third time ( 2 days before) and [...]

    9. Avid ReaderWell, I have read the last book written by Beth Massey,and I am just as enthralled with this book as I am with the other two. Darcy and Elizabeth reconcile early and anticipated their vows, an issue that causes her a great deal of anxiety, especially after Lydia 's debacle of an element with Wickham. Fortunately, Darcy finds Lydia who no longer wants anything to do with Wickham. Lydia married into a family that Lady Catherine coveted, but the man loved another. Lady Catherine cares fo [...]

    10. Déjà j'ai apprécié le petit mot de l'auteure au début qui nous précise que cette histoire était à la base une fan fic, sachant cela je l'ai abordée avec plus d'indulgence. A la lecture, il est clair que Beth Massey a été très influencée par Pride & Prejudice 2005, elle évoque même la scène du "presque baiser" de Joe Wright, d'ailleurs, elle est partie de cette scène pour bâtir son histoire. Au début du roman, nous retrouvons Elizabeth sur le point de visiter Pemberley. Là [...]

    11. Complete filth. I only read a couple of chapters before quitting. This book is not about deep love and mutual respect, but a twisted tale of course lasciviousness. The Darcy and Elizabeth in this book do not resemble Austen's timeless characters. Reader beware.

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