The Improvement of Her Mind

The Improvement of Her Mind None

  • Title: The Improvement of Her Mind
  • Author: Ayden
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  • Page: 256
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    1. Just an amazing piece of fanfiction that was so beautifully written! I am left speechless to describe it and can only thank the author, Ayden, for writing this story, and Beau North, for taking the time to recommend it to the world through her recent JAFF podcast.

    2. The writing in this unpublished work is exquisite, almost lyrical. It is short story/novella length, and the plot is fairly uncomplicated but no less satisfying.The story picks up a year after the events of Pride and Prejudice but, alas, Bingley and Darcy did not return to Longbourn after Lydia and Wickham married. Instead, Darcy spent the year touring Europe, hoping the distraction would allow him to forget Elizabeth, who he believes must despise him. Naturally, he found his longing for her onl [...]

    3. meryton/ellenspdf/ImprThe Pemberley Library requires a password that you can get from their admin link on the Meryton homepage. Please note, if you are having trouble, they changed their password in Sept of this year. A quick email solved my problem, as I had the old code. “Learning to trust is one of life’s most difficult tasks.” Isaac WattsI am rarely at a loss of words, but, DANG!!! I swear, I simply don’t know what to say. This Darcy was beyond anything I’ve ever read. EVER! OMG! W [...]

    4. A simple definition of life: The chance you've been waiting for. ~ Robert BraultHe did not relinquish his grasp. Not just yet. “Tell me Miss Bennet, somewhere among these pages does the story exist of a man — a man who committed a grave error, and rather than pursuing the woman he loved, fled to distant shores with the false hope of banishing her from his memory, only to find himself loving the very memory of her beyond words, and upon his return yearning to be with her, her only, and no oth [...]

    5. 5 Stars ++++++This is one of the most exquisite variations I have ever readI will give one of many examples why.''She had grown on him slowly—memories of her words, her eyes, her walk—adding a little here and there like a silky cocoon, layer by gossamer layer, until one day walking amidst the perfumed gardens of the Alhambra he had been overcome by the pretence of it all. He could no longer suppress nor deny his feelings. From that day forward he had built within himself a sanctuary where El [...]

    6. Debbie’s review gives the reader an excellent book description: one that is necessary as this is unpublished and thus there is no site to which you may turn to read that or a sample of the work. BUT: Some background reminders: Darcy and Bingley have never returned to Netherfield after the whole Lydia debacle so you may well imagine Elizabeth’s feelings, especially towards the former man. She knows he was the savior in that situation and she had waited at Longbourn, expecting that if he was p [...]

    7. Dear reader,If you are looking for a truly beautifully crafted story centred around a strong,independent Elizabeth and a determined,persistent and loving Darcy,then this short snapshot is perfect for you. The language used in this tale is remarkable. The story that unfolds is blanketed in carefully chosen,purposeful and dare I say it,magical words that enhance the central story and raise it to a higher sphere. You will be compelled to read it and will be enthralled by the dance that plays out be [...]

    8. This Pride & Prejudice variation is a 'what if' instead of Darcy returning to Netherfield with Charles Bingley after sorting out Wickham and Lydia that he, instead, went for a tour of the Continent. And what if Lizzy did as well in the company of a family friend.Darcy loses his ill feelings and realizes his course is set toward Elizabeth while her resentment built again when he didn't return. He has a tough fought courtship even as they both marvel at the meeting of like minds and understand [...]

    9. Thank you yo my Austen fellow fans, and especially to the author. This is the most exquisite writing I have encountered in a very long time. The author's dramatic use of words to color the story and bring a fresh level of understanding and feeling to this variation. I got this free suggestion from fellow fans. I would love to read more by this author and wish her/him much luck in publishing. It is head and shoulders above most of the variations out there today. I could not put this down.

    10. I know this will be unpopular but I didn't like it. I kept thinking, "but didn't D already go through this when he removed himself from Netherfield after the ball?" D running away again made him inconsistent to me. Glad E got a grand adventure. I also thought it was more verbose than witty. A dud for me.

    11. Oh! if you love JAFF you must read this enticing short story. I was utterly transported. The sensuous metaphors, the pure tension dripping off the pages. It was almost too much. I wish this wonderful world never ended! BRAVO! Well done.

    12. This was a short romantic read. Our couple find themselves both leaving the continent but once they both return fate reunites them. I found the reading of the book written in a unique way and while I enjoyed the story found myself struggling to follow. There are not grammar issues but the fashion in which the author writes. The confusion is not continuous but here and there. A paragraph further helped to pull me back into the thick of things. I guess that may be a better way to describe my exper [...]

    13. What a beautiful story! I received a recommendation to read this, and so thankful for that. Both Darcy and Elizabeth have spent the last year in separate tours of the Continent, to meet again in London. The story of their rediscovery is very sweet.

    14. Great story, beautifully written. I loved all the art references. Lady Montague is a great character, I enjoyed her easy relationship with Lizzy. Darcy is just impossibly attractive and sexy. Highly recommended.

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