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10 thoughts on “Coincidence

  1. says:

    3.5 starsThis book did not live up to Mr Rowland s usual standards, in my opinion I found myselfor less forcing myself to finish it I did like the different Lydia and Wickham story towards the end of the book Plus Mr Bennet is brought somewhat up to snuff and with seeing him make some new decisions, his wife has found a new favorite daughter.But even with Darcy overhearing that Elizabeth does NOT like him at all while they are together in Kent, his determination to court her and make 3.5 starsThis book did not live up to Mr Rowland s usual standards, in my opinion I found myselfor less forcing myself to finish it I did like the different Lydia and Wickham story towards the end of the book Plus Mr Bennet is brought somewhat up to snuff and with seeing him make some new decisions, his wife has found a new favorite daughter.But even with Darcy overhearing that Elizabeth does NOT like him at all while they are together in Kent, his determination to court her and make changes to his behaviors so as to win her regard just seem to either backfire or fizzle Elizabeth s accusing him of stalking her was, IMHO, a bit out of character for her She seems determined in this tale to not only misunderstand his actions but to even take them in the completely opposite way in which they were intended Stubborn, willful girl Changes with Anne de Bourgh met with approval and I was ...


  2. says:

    This is a clean retelling of some of PP It is 414 pages long yet only covers time from Lizzy s visit to Kent until the end of August with a brief epilogue So what makes this version different Here Darcy, upon his first visit to parsonage, discovers that Lizzy doesn t like him one bit Back at Rosings Darcy Fitzwilliam decide that their aunt has gone too far in her delusion regarding Anne and Darcy and send for the Earl to get Lady Catherine s attention There is no proposal at Huns This is a clean retelling of some of PP It is 414 pages long yet only covers time from Lizzy s visit to Kent until the end of August...


  3. says:

    Coincidence.Another excellent story by Jann Rowland The author does a lot of preparation and thought in the beginning of his stories, to set the mood, so to speak Then, he adds the interesting changes, or exciting happenings, in such a clever way, it s always surprising The interesting thing is all his stories are completely different This one has Darcy meeting Lizzie in the Collins home, when he makes his annual trip with Colonel Fitzwilliam He immediately realizes that Lizzie doesn t care Coincidence.Another excellent story by Jann Rowland The author does a lot of preparation and thought in the beginning of his stories,...


  4. says:

    Well Woven Alt Tale Coincidence presents Rowland s storytelling at its peak The plot is clear if somewhat predictable for the side characters Perhaps I have read too many JAFF novels, but given that, there is always a desire for something new Rowland does that when halfway through the second act with Darcy circling Lizzy and Bingley beginning to redeem himself , Mr Bennet decides to listen to Lizzy s concerns about Lydia s trip to Brighton His solution to steal from Middle March sends Well Woven Alt Tale Coincidence presents Rowland s storytelling at its peak The plot is clear if somewhat predictable for the side characters Perhaps I have read too many JAFF novels, but given that, there is always a desire for something new Rowland does that when halfway through the second act with Darcy circling Lizzy and Bingley beginning to redeem himself , Mr Bennet decides to listen to Lizzy s concerns about Lydia s trip to Brighton His solution to steal from Middle March sen...


  5. says:

    Mr Rowland, as usual, has imagined a creative plot twist with all kinds of potential His tendency to linger on the thoughts of his characters is exasperating, particularly in this book.It begins in Kent, where it dawns on Mr Darcy that Elizabeth Bennet doesn t particularly like him It s a startling revelation, because he s all geared up to propose He determines to change her mind about him and schemes to meet her coincidentally as often as he can manage.Colonel Fitzwilliam and Anne de Bou Mr Rowland, as usual, has imagined a creative plot twist with all kinds of potential His tendency to linger on the thoughts of his characters is exasperating, particularly in this book...


  6. says:

    Darcy realizes at Kent that Elizabeth dislikes him it would be a disaster to propose His plan is to create coincidental meetings with his love as often as possible until she knows him better and changes her opinion Elizabeth suspects these meetings are not mere coincidences.This is the beginning conflict.There were several things I did like 1 Papa Bennet he actually listens to Elizabeth s concerns about allowing Lydia to go to Brighton and acts2 Mama Bennet she actually understands Darcy realizes at Kent that Elizabeth dislikes him it would be a disaster to propose His plan is to create coincidental meetings with his love as often as possible until she knows him better and changes her ...


  7. says:

    CoincidenceLoved this PP alternative This story starts out at Hunsford where Darcy over hears a conversation between Elizabeth and Col Fitzwilliam Upon over hearing there conversation he realizes that Elizabeth doesn t like him So he sets out to try and change her opinion He does this...


  8. says:

    With the various parties staying at the Parsonage or Rosings, Darcy realises that contrary to his thoughts Elizabeth Bennet does not actually like him, but has no idea why Finally he decides that he wishes to change her opinion...


  9. says:

    Darcy discovers in Hunsford that Elizabeth hates him and seeks to changer her opinion through clandestine meetings in the forests of Hunsford Elizabeth is determined as ever to hate him and avoid his company but when this occurs again in London Elizabeth unleashes her fury on Darcy for all these planned coincidences Darcy continues to woo her despite her negative reception My lower rating was based on the fact that I think Eli...


  10. says:

    In this Pride and Prejudice variation, Darcy comes to terms with his attraction to Elizabeth but he doesn t know what to do about it as he realizes she doesn t like him Thus starts a series of strategically planned coincidental meetings between the two orchestrated by Darcy Unfortunately for him, Elizabeth does not see these meetings as anythingthan an irritation Darcy must learn to court his love in order to win her.Their interactions include quite a bit of Darcy s cousins and sister a In this Pride and Prejudice variation, Darcy comes to...


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Coincidence In This Charming Retelling Of The Classic Novel Pride And Prejudice, Fitzwilliam Darcy Visits His Aunt Lady Catherine De Bourgh In Kent, Where He Finds Miss Elizabeth Bennet Staying With The Newly Married Mrs Collins As Darcy Feels The Pangs Of Buried Infatuation Begin To Resurface, He Realizes That Miss Bennet Detests Him At First, Darcy Is Relieved By His Seeming Escape, Realizing That Had He Not Discovered Her True Feelings, Then He Might Have Done The Unthinkable And Actually Proposed It Is Not Long, However, Before He Is Bewitched By Her All Over Again, And He Resolves To Change Her Opinion Of Him And Win Her At All Costs Elizabeth Bennet Wishes Nothing Than To Spend Time With Her Friend And Determine The True State Of Mrs Collins S Happiness Without The Interference Of Any Of The Proud Residents Of Rosings Park But She Is Soon Made Uncomfortable By The Presence Of Mr Darcy, Who Appears Before Her At Random Times, Seemingly By Coincidence As They Become Better Acquainted, They Learn Not Only About Each Other, But Also About Themselves Unfortunately, The Path To Happiness Is Not Without Its Trials, And They Both Must Change If They Want Their Ultimate Happiness To Come To Pass.