Pansy Cottage #2020

Pansy Cottage Barbara Silkstone Pansy Cottage A Light Comedy Based on the enduring characters created by Jane Austen this is a contemporary spin on a classic tale of love denied and love discovered Each novella is part of the Mister Darcy serie

  • Title: Pansy Cottage
  • Author: Barbara Silkstone
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Pansy Cottage Barbara Silkstone A Light Comedy Based on the enduring characters created by Jane Austen, this is a contemporary spin on a classic tale of love denied, and love discovered Each novella is part of the Mister Darcy series but each adventure can be read as a standalone Lizzie plots a secret garden wedding for her sister, Jane and Charles Bingley Can she outsmart Mother Bennet or will th A Light Comedy Based on the enduring characters created by Jane Austen, this is a contemporary spin on a classic tale of love denied, and love discovered Each novella is part of the Mister Darcy series but each adventure can be read as a standalone Lizzie plots a secret garden wedding for her sister, Jane and Charles Bingley Can she outsmart Mother Bennet or will the gorgon prevail With her nerves in high gear, Mrs Bennet plans the marriage of her eldest daughter Behind the scenes, Lizzie races against the clock to design a small garden wedding ahead of her mother s over the top ball Can Darcy cart the unsuspecting Mrs Bennet to the garden ceremony Will Mr Bennet cooperate with Lizzie s plans, or does Pansy Cottage still cast a long shadow in his memories
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    1. Pansy Cottage A Mister Darcy Series Comedic Mystery 4 by Barbara Silkstone is a book I picked up because I loved a Wendy Darlin book I read This however, was close to boring and not at all funny I will go back to her Wendy Darlin series.

    2. This is a farcical, fun, modern PP type romp The characters are all named for Jane Austen s Mr Darcy is a mysterious billionaire, Lizzy is a dog psychologist, Jane I m not quite sure what Jane does and Mrs Bennet is a full blown lunatic If you took this book seriously for a moment you would be flying to London to have an intervention with her daughters Many of your PP favorites grace the pages one way or another This fourth book in the series concentrates on Jane Bingley s wedding Whilst people [...]

    3. My wife Cindy liked Ms Silkstone s style of writing and suggested I read this book, thie first of hers either of us has read If you re an Austen fan and in the mood for a light fun read, this story will fill the need In this episode of The Mr Darcy Series Comedic Mysteries, Lizzy is funny and spunky as she takes charge so that Jane can have the wedding she really wants instead of the one their mother would like her to have Although, I must say, I don t know why the title refers to a mystery, sin [...]

    4. My ThoughtsI am really trying to like this book, but it just ain t happening I can t for the life of me figure out why I don t like this book Maybe it is because it is contemporary, rather than in the 1800s Whatever the case it just isn t working for meI find each time I start reading it I get very tired and fall asleep At the rate I m going it will take me a month to read this book, but I will get a lot of rest I think for the time being it will have to go back on TBR shelf until I think I may [...]

    5. Way to pull off prank lLizzieAnother great Mr Darcy story Love is in the air But will Jane and aChingly pull off their wedding without Jane s mother interfering Oh what a tale they weave Such a fun story.

    6. WonderfulEach new book better than the last I love the originality of the entire series Can t wait for book 5.

    7. Another great installment in this series More comedy than mystery, but the secret revealed this time is poignant, and begins to explain the dynamics in the marriage of Mr and Mrs Bennet.

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