Editorial Reviews. Review. Review for The Ruling Passion From Austenprose. com Best-selling The Darcys: The Ruling Passion – Kindle edition by Linda Berdoll. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. 5 Feb The Darcys: The Ruling Passion. Fan Fiction by Linda Berdoll. Bodice ripper: yes. More Pride and Prejudice: YES PLEASE! This novel is third. 2 Aug My review of The Darcys: The Ruling Passion by Linda Berdoll. Pride and Prejudice sequel. Austenesque literature.
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The story touches on social unrest, jealousy and loss. Pride and Prejudice Continues. While I defend the right of reviewers to air their opinions of the books they review, it does not entitle them to make sweeping statements about other writers the darcys the ruling passion whom they are clearly unfamilar. The plot was very thin, and compared to the earlier two novels, seriously lacked the rich characters and attention to period details that made the first books time machines to Regency England.
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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. It’s fun to see what happened to the Darcy’s after the wedding day but even that story has an end that should have come long before now, like maybe after the first sequel. I had such a difficult time with the book that I finally gave up trying to finish it. Return to Book Page. The Ruling Passionher highly anticipated sequel to the sequels, has finally come to fruition.
I am not sure the overall plot was substantial enough to maintain. THis one was solely an e-book and there were serious issues the darcys the ruling passion the typesetting that just was frustrating.
I truly loved the two prior books in this series, but this one was a mess on several levels – The darcys the ruling passion actually found several grammar and spelling errors within! It started as revenge, and turned into obsession.
Published 10 months ago. Regardless of what side you defend or how you receive my pert opinions, having sold nearlycopies, one cannot deny Linda Berdoll is the reigning Pride and Prejudice romantic sequel writer to date.
Lydia is the biggest failure of Mrs Bennet. I appreciate reading this review and look forward to book one knowing there is such a great plot in book three. I can’t believe I just said that.
With the author and many of the characters devoting so much page time to recounting, remembering, and reflecting on what happened in the past, it kind of seemed like all the action, excitement, and high points of their lives have come and gone. Guest review by Christina Boyd. Jul 15, Meredith Austenesque Reviews rated the darcys the ruling passion it was the darcys the ruling passion Shelves: The Ruling Passion is the third installment in Linda Berdoll’s controversial and dichotomous series of Pride and Prejudice sequels.
Yes your eyes don’t deceive you, it is exactly as you see: Also the sex scenes are so gratuitous and the detail is just not necessary. In all of this, the best news is that Wickham finally got his just desserts. Apr 22, Elizabeth West added it.
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Phillips when comparing her apartments to the summer breakfast parlour at Rosings. Berdoll has birthed a new literature genre – Jane Austen sequelists.
But, imbedded in a muddle of fear and grief, she did not allow herself to take pleasure in their amorous inclinations. Want to Read saving…. I thought it was an interesting turn of events to have Lady Howgrave, once again, come into contact with the Darcys.
Open Preview See a Problem? Most recent customer reviews. Yes, hold on to your bonnets as Linda Berdoll has quite done it again.
Apr 13, Allegra rated it liked it. I loved the first the darcys the ruling passion. While we do see a little of the Bingleys, Mrs. Otherwise, it’s a weak maudlin conclusion to a terrible continuation of a classic. It was in dire need of an editor!
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