Haunting Mr. Darcy - A Spirited Courtship

Haunting Mr. Darcy - A Spirited Courtship

Haunting Mr Darcy A Spirited Courtship What happens to the happily ever after when the ever after has already happened A spirited courtship indeed Jane Austen s much adored Pride and Prejudice is transfigured in this Regency adaptation Tha

  • Title: Haunting Mr. Darcy - A Spirited Courtship
  • Author: KaraLynne Mackrory
  • ISBN: 9781936009350
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • What happens to the happily ever after when the ever after has already happened A spirited courtship indeed Jane Austen s much adored Pride and Prejudice is transfigured in this Regency adaptation That fickle friend Fate intervenes when an unexpected event threatens the happily ever after of literature s favorite love story The gentlemen from Netherfield have left, wWhat happens to the happily ever after when the ever after has already happened A spirited courtship indeed Jane Austen s much adored Pride and Prejudice is transfigured in this Regency adaptation That fickle friend Fate intervenes when an unexpected event threatens the happily ever after of literature s favorite love story The gentlemen from Netherfield have left, winter is upon the land, and after a horrifying carriage accident, Elizabeth Bennet finds her spirit transported as if by magic into Mr Darcy s London home Paranormally tethered to the disagreeable man, it doesn t help that he believes she is a phantasm of his love struck mind and not the real Elizabeth Somehow they must learn to trust, learn to love and learn to bring Elizabeth back to her earthly form before it is too late.

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    Let me list the reasons why I love this book:*The writing is superb; elegant, Regency-like and witty. *The paranormal aspect is wonderful! After Lizzy hits her head during a carriage accident, she loses consciousness and her spirit is transported to Mr. Darcy's library in his London house. There is a bond that "ties" her to him and she cannot stray away from him. Darcy is also the only one who can see and hear her.*Because Darcy thinks he's going mad and that Lizzy is only a hallucination stemmi [...]

    The story is similar to the movie JUST LIKE HEAVEN (2007), in my opinion. Almost exact same story line with different characters, setting and era. Main female is Elizabeth.Second reading: December 1st, 2017 - again my attention was riveted to the pages and I again had tears in part. I won a paperback copy of this book from The Darcy Monologues blog tour as part of the grand prize.First reading: I did very much enjoy this story. It kept my attention: had me turning pages and arguing with myself n [...]

    This is undoubtedly one of my top-ten JAFF favorites. My fifth reading was just as enjoyable as the first time- perhaps even more so, since I picked up on some nuances I'm sure I missed originally.

    This review first appeared on Babblings of a Bookworm: babblingsofabookworm.This Pride & Prejudice variation begins on New Year’s Eve. Darcy is in London, having fled Hertfordshire and the bewitching but unsuitable Miss Bennet. He has been making some laughable attempts to get over his infatuation with the Hertfordshire miss. Elizabeth is leaving an assembly in Meryton early with her upset sister and her thoughts touch on Darcy too – she is trying to cheer up Jane with a joke which refer [...]

    Phantasmal and Fantastic!With over 80 reviews on amazon – at least 60 of them 5 stars, I don’t think you need me to tell you this is one excellent and praiseworthy Pride and Prejudice variation…But I’ll tell you anyway. ;) Haunting Mr. Darcy is brilliant, masterfully executed, and most deserving of all the praise it has received. So far, it is my favorite Pride and Prejudice variation I’ve read in 2014.Both Darcy and Elizabeth make a wish on New Years Eve and fate surprises them by gra [...]

    After thoroughly enjoying both Falling for Mr Darcy and Bluebells in the Mourning I could not wait for this third variation, and my high expectations were not disappointed, in fact, they were exceeded! I would give this more than 5 stars if I could! I believe I can say that this has just become my favourite of all the variations I have read! It was absolutely brilliant. The paranormal aspect to this story was very different and unique. When I first read about the plot, I was a little dubious as [...]

    I was in the mood for something supernatural to go with my Austenesque fiction and already had a love affair with this author's writing so it was an easy choice to join in a group read for this story. Austenesque variations are fun reading to see how authors can be so very creative with Jane Austen's stories and characters. I found this one a lovely and gentle handling of the original story and characters while blazing an entirely new trail from the point that the Bingleys and Darcy leave Nether [...]

    This has to be one of my favorite P&P variations. As so many others have reviewed it with witty style, I can only say "ditto". Haunting Mr. Darcy is a sweet and funny story with both characters charmingly daunted by the crazy premise - Elizabeth has been knocked unconscious and her "spirit" leaves her body to haunt Mr. Darcy. He is the only one who sees and hears her. Both of them think they are going crazy, so act in a totally uninhibited manner. Add this to your list of variations to read [...]

    Another author who can do no wrong. A wonderful story.Reread again: Have to say another favorite book! This one might be my favorite by this author but when I read her other books I think each of them are my favorite. :)

    After a carriage accident, Elizabeth falls into a coma. While her body lies motionless in her bed in Longbourn, her spirit unexpectedly finds itself in Mr. Darcy’s library in London. Elizabeth, after a moment of shock, thinks she is dreaming. Darcy, on the other hand, upon discovering her beloved Miss Bennet in his house, thinks his impossible love for that girl led him to craziness. Worst of all, they soon discover that the lovely Elizabeth (whom nobody else can see) is tethered to Mr. Darcy [...]

    I absolutely LOVED this book. When I read about it initially I dismissed it as I was not keen on the "haunting" idea. How wrong was I!!!!! The plot of this book and its development are so well written that the reader simply gets swept away. I couldn't put this book down and went to work wrecked each day after reading it into the wee small hours!! Set aside a few days, tell your friends that your phone is out of order, relax in your favourite armchair and prepare to be totally enthralled from pag [...]

    This book was cute and fluffy. Sometimes a little too fluffy, but that's probably a matter of preference. The concept was interesting and fun. I would have liked for Elizabeth to have taken a little longer to come around to her love for Darcy, but the circumstances of the story didn't really allow for it. The conflict was fairly low, and even the Wickham storyline got almost entirely brushed over, so I admit I was doing a quasi-skim at times to get to the next major events. Enjoyable for a few h [...]

    This was another great book by KaraLynne Mackrory! I love her Austenesque books and the way she breathes new life into the characters from Pride and Prejudice. This was a very fun and entertaining story with an intriguing plot that drew me into books world. Seeing the relationship between Elizabeth develop while they are forced into eachothers company like this was really fun and I loved Richard Fitzwilliam and Georgiana in this book even though I would have liked to see more of them. The epilog [...]

    I’ve known for a very long time that this was an excellent book! I read the reviews, the Kindle sample and all available excerpts. Also, over several cups of hot chocolate, I had the plot outlined to me in great detail by a dear friend, who absolutely adored this book. So I had the highest expectations when I bought it and settled to enjoy it at last – and this lovely story exceeded them all!I’ll start with the very original premise, which creates amazing opportunities for interaction bet [...]

    This was such a fun-filled Pride and Prejudice re-telling!Elizabeth has a carriage accident and is left in a coma. To her absolute consternation her spirit wanders off to Mr Darcy's townhouse, where he'd escaped to attempt to purge himself of his admiration of Elizabeth's fine eyes.Elizabeth, finding herself in Mr Darcy's library faced with the man himself in dishabille, assumes she's dreaming (or having a nightmare, more likely) the whole thing.Mr Darcy assumes he's finally headed to Bedlam for [...]

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️This puts a whole new meaning on the iconic quote, "You have BEWITCHED me body and soul." This was the most enchanting, bewitching, beautiful book about Elizabeth and Darcy I have probably ever read. The way Ms. Mackrory writes is just amazing. I love her fusing of the P&P novel with the film adaptations in the story! It's so entertaining when [...]

    The book takes place after Darcy, and Bingley quit Hertforshire, and are in London. Elizabeth and Jane are in a carriage accident on New Year's Eve that puts Elizabeth into a coma. She wakes up in strange library in London, and finds that she is a spirit with some interesting abilities, and thinks she is having a fantastical dream. Darcy has been doing all that he can the past few weeks to forget the enchanting Miss Elizabeth Bennett, who he deems as not a good match. When he walks into his libr [...]

    That was awesome! I laughed, I cried, I contemplated alternate dimensions; all the good stuff. Loved it! (SIGH)

    This book haunted me from beginning till end, but in a most delightful and pleasing manner. I had barely touched the surface before I knew this was KaraLynne's best work yet!The premise for Haunting Mr Darcy - A Spirited Courtship was a breath of fresh air, following two wishes on New Years eve and a carriage accident Elizabeth finds herself in a deep coma. Upon awakening Elizabeth discovers that she is in the last place she would want to be, Mr Darcy's library!!!! (Although she does enjoy the b [...]

    Delightful, suspenseful, paranormal P&P drama, couldn’t put it downI have not read a more suspenseful, funny, and intriguing, totally exciting, and a simply couldn’t put it down story in forever. This was the most fun I’ve had with our beloved P&P characters. WOW!!! Not since the 1990 paranormal movie Ghost have I been more on the edge of my seat as I was with this story. The book cover was wonderful. As you can tell by the reviews, most everyone loved it. I am still blown away. I [...]

    A delightful recast of Pride and Prejudice! The "haunting" device allows Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy to slip the bonds of social convention in a way that frees the author to explore their relationship more deeply. The plot is tightly constructed, and although we all know where it's going, we have plenty of surprises in getting there.The author weaves in quotes from the original, from other Jane Austen novels, and from film adaptations of P&P to give fans of JA many gleeful moments [...]

    I was hesitant to start this book because the first bit didn't captivate me but with endless 5* reviews I had to read it. Over all it was charming. Following a carriage accident Elizabeth Bennet finds herself trapped in an ethereal form in a strange library. It isn't just any libray, but the London library of a Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley. A fun, evocative story where Darcy thinks he is losing his mind and Lizzy's essence thinks she is dreaming. only he can see her and only he can hear her an [...]

    I really enjoyed this! Well written. Very interesting premise. I wasn't sure she was going to be able to sustain it over the course of the whole novel, but it worked all the way through. It felt very true to Austen's characters.

    I loved Haunting Mr. Darcy! It’s a delightful retelling of Pride and Prejudice with a mashing of one of my favorite movies, Just Like Heaven with Reese Witherspoon.The story begins on New Year's Eve in London, and Darcy has struggled since November, after leaving Netherfield, to rid Elizabeth from his thoughts. On the look out for a wife, Darcy makes a New Years wish to end his search and then at the end of the wish adds, “and to see Elizabeth one last time.” That same night the Bennet’s [...]

    This variation tends toward the paranormal in that there is a spirit haunting Mr. Darcy, but oh, what a delightful spirit it is. Mr. Darcy thinks he is absolutely losing his mind and Elizabeth is trying to figure out ‘what in the world’ is going on. Why is she at Mr. Darcy’s home in London? Why can’t anyone see her? Why is Mr. Darcy the only one that can hear her? She does not have a clue what is happening but she does know that she is real. All the while Mr. Darcy thinks she is a figmen [...]

    A book to treasure and read again!!This book was one of those that I had such a hard time putting down, staying up too late because there was never a good place in the book to stop at!!! Now if there was ever a P&P variation is love to see made into a movie this would definitely be at the top of the list!!! Ms Mackrory is such a master at her craft, knowing just how to pull you in and keep you tethered until the very end!!! Oh and how she reuses lots of those favorite P&P phrases through [...]

    Even though the writing was quite good, elegant and in the spirit of Austen's style (pun NOT intended), I did NOT like this book. Why, you ask?1- It's too freaking long! and this is coming from an avid fantasy reader accustomed to +700 pages novelsThe 289 pages in this one just put me to sleep as it kept dragging and dragging and dragging it reminded me of a Walking Dead castd no I am not talking about the living ones.2- Darcy was too fluffy and playful: if that makes any sense tone down the lau [...]

    A Ghost? Haunting? Mr Darcy? Hmm, this sounds a bit sideways for a Pride and Prejudice variation. Usually, the supernatural themes are not my cup of tea. BUT since I have read a couple of splendid P&P variations by KLM before, it was no surprise I followed this merry tale to its HEA conclusion. Brilliant! True to the essence of Darcy and Elizabeth on every page. I just need KLM to write faster as I love her books. Read this new twist on " You have bewitched me body and soul" and enjoy!

    This is my favorite Jane Austen adaptation by far. It is beautifully written and faithful to the spirit of the original. I was particularly moved by the innate representation of the Theology of the Body. Glorious!

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