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Darcy and Fitzwilliam Darcy and Fitzwilliam #1 [Reading] ➿ Darcy and Fitzwilliam Darcy and Fitzwilliam #1 Author Karen V. Wasylowski – Buyprobolan50.co.uk A gentleman in love cannot survive without his best friend Fitzwilliam Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam couldn't be different and that goes for the way each one woos and pursues the woman of his dreams D A gentleman in love cannot survive without his Fitzwilliam Darcy PDF/EPUB ê best friend Fitzwilliam Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam couldn't be different and that goes for the way each one woos and pursues the woman of his dreams Darcy is uiet and reserved careful and dutiful and his ualms and hesitations are going to torpedo his courtship of Elizabeth His affable and vivacious cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam is a military hero whose devil may care personality hides the torments within until he finds himself in a passionate whirlwind affair with Darcy and Kindle - a beautiful widow who won't hear of his honorable intentions Cousins best friends and sparring partners Darcy and Fitzwilliam have always been there for each other So it's no surprise when the only one who can help Darcy fix his botched marriage proposals is Fitzwilliam and the only one who can pull Fitzwilliam out of an increasingly dangerous entanglement is Darcy.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 497 pages
  • Darcy and Fitzwilliam Darcy and Fitzwilliam #1
  • Karen V. Wasylowski
  • English
  • 19 October 2015

About the Author: Karen V. Wasylowski

Karen V Wasylowski was born in Chicago Illinois Fitzwilliam Darcy PDF/EPUB ê and is now a retired CPA living in Florida with her husband Richard We married late in life first for both of us started right off with the happy second marriage avoided the often disastrous first altogether No children Just dogsKaren's book Darcy Fitzwilliam A Tale of a Gentleman and an Officer is a very different continuation of Ja.



10 thoughts on “Darcy and Fitzwilliam Darcy and Fitzwilliam #1

  1. Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies says:

    The Elizabeth he had seen last evening was a stranger to him a spoiled child with her screeching and outrage He stared at the closed door and sighed What could he do? God alone knew how much he missed his beloved angel and closest friend and that after only one night apart Why he missed her so much that he wanted to strangle herWell it’s obvious that she has lost her mind Darcy prided himself as always on his calm his reasoning capabilities I am married to a madwoman This book is meant to be fanfiction of the beloved Pride and Prejudice I can only imagine that the author read an annotated version of the original possibly a book report of it written by Kim Kardashian during her high school years It bears no resemblance to the original It is the most atrocious Pride and Prejudice fanfiction I have ever read and mind you my love for the tale is such that my standards for PP fanfiction is exceedingly lowNeed I remind you that this is a woman who adored Mr Darcy Takes a Wife Pride and Prejudice Continues a tale in which Elizabeth and Darcy did nothing but stare into each others' eyes lovingly Mostly when they're fucking And fucking is the entire thing that transpires throughout that book that discerning readers might consider a crime against Jane AustenIf that book was criminal this one deserves the fucking guillotine and the Iron Maiden after it has been deprived of sleep put on sound torture by the constant blasting of Justin Bieber and T Pain waterboarded Drawn and tortured Preferably not in that orderThe characters in this book bears no resemblance to the original The calm rational Elizabeth has been reduced to a green eyed screeching harpy A violent jealous oftentimes slut shaming bitch Lizzy said she sometimes found herself dreaming of them together or of her strangling and disemboweling the meddlesome redheaded witch slicing open her throat or gouging out her eyes Darcy has been reduced to nothing than a drunken debauched frat boy in his youth as opposed to the responsible loving irreproachable man with whom we all fell in love “Once Well twice actually but both on the same night The first time I believe I fell asleep on her Well not exactly on her” The lethal hairbrush was uickly on the rise again And the honorable Fitzwilliam his cousin became someone unrecognizably distasteful the women had been used as dinner plates He vaguely remembered a drunken moment in which he was eating fried eggs and kippers right from within a naked woman’s The irrepressible haughty arrogant Lady Catherine is now a misunderstood cuddly old gramma The excruciatingly shy Georgiana now someone who makes completely inappropriate references in public “Yes Cousin” beamed a mischievous Georgiana “There were some very outrageous incidents hinted at in the papers One in particular I always wondered about—did your officers really smuggle in ten opera dancers disguised as French prisoners?” Indeed everyone is completely unrecognizable as their original characterexcept for the few like Lydia who had already been bitches to start withMy head hurts Hardly a page passed by which did not make me rage or groan I couldn't finish 14 of this book before wanting to throw it into a fire

  2. Annalynn Annalynn says:

    Mr Darcy sleeping with Caroline Bingley? Elizabeth Bennett turning into an irritable emotional shrew who throws things at Darcy? Col Fitzwilliam and Darcy swearing all the time? I think not Don't be tempted by the stunning cover and clever title Stay far far away from this book

  3. Will Will says:

    I couldn't make myself finish this book I read about 13 of it and just couldn't take any I'm a sucker for novels inspired by Pride and Prejudice and I'm willing to try almost any of them I come across but I'm almost always disappointed In this case the author makes zero attempt to recreate the classic Regency style of the original The tone does not match at all She has Darcy and his cousin Fitzwilliam using foul language to each other out of the hearing of the ladies of course I'll grant you that and Fitzwilliam routinely calls Darcy Brat; it seems to be his pet name for Darcy None of this rings true to the original I just can't imagine the characters in Jane Austin's book talking this way to each otherAnd even disappointing is the plot What kind of a plot do I want for a seuel? I don't know but I haven't found it yet It has to be some version of and they lived happily ever after but still have something in it to keep one's interest This one definitely isn't happily ever after Instead we learn that Darcy had a brief sexual fling with Caroline Bingley long before he ever met Elizabeth and now he makes the horrible mistake of confessing this to Elizabeth after their marriage which naturally causes her to become insanely jealous But as if that weren't enough Darcy is tricked into spending a night alone with Caroline at the Bingley residence where she attempts to seduce him and we just know that all of this is going to create havoc in Elizabeth and Darcy's relationship I'm sure all will be well that ends well eventually but I just couldn't put myself through any of this soap opera plot This is NOT what I want from a P P seuel Definitely NOT recommended

  4. Elesha Elesha says:

    Poor to say the least don't get me wrong the closeness between the two main protagonists was endearing but it was clearly poorly thought out researched the tone and humour was all wrong witty but the tale belonged in present day America not in 19th regency Britain and as for the women in this tale the were perverted and deformed beyond belief or recognition this author clearly has forgotten that they are writing the stories and adventures of charactes that have existed and survived for almost 200 years it comes from a source PP I mean Elizabeth Bennett becomes her mother for goodness sake and colonel Fitzwilliam character is basically a carbon copy of Wickham's yet he and Darcy remain friends and Darcy and his aunt are dismissive to these character flaws and even find humour in it No these blunders are too grave to ignore not to mention the incorrect use of to separate paragraphs I've read many PP inspired literature some I've loved some have been so incongruous yet hilariously funny some I've hated because they are just too raunchy but at least with them they have remembered the tone and the time which it was set and who the characters are Don't read this if you've readwatched PP at least once and are mildly aware of the story you will be disgusted by the plain disregard to the original I am not even the biggest Austen enthusiast but this sort of distortion I cannot condone

  5. Nicole Marie Nicole Marie says:

    I have some major issues with the author's interpretation of several of the characters but it was certainly entertaining I especially enjoyed Colonel Fitzwilliam The light hearted humor between the cousins made for an enjoyable read

  6. Elin Eriksen Elin Eriksen says:

    Pride and Prejudice seuel UnputdownableHot heavy and laugh out loud funny seuel where the tempers flair in the Darcy's household Enters with a little snippet of untold story from canon where Darcy informs Fitzwilliam of his resent unlucky event Their relationship was on of the high lights of the book Snarkiness aside they were brothers at heart The newlywedded bliss takes a turn when Elizabeth's mother dies unexpectedly A uestion arises and Elizabeth discovered one of Darcy's previous mistresses in their midst Their uarrels was legendary and destructive in sense than oneAnother surprise was Lady Catherine uite a force to be reckoned with and hilariously funnyThe backstory with her and Darcy was elaborated and her dedication to her nephews was heart warming Lady C also provided my favourite set down of Caroline everThe Colonel had his own thrilling story with love lust and battles It all culminated in the birth of the long anticipated Darcy heir and what a nailbitingly angsty moment it was oh my I absolutely loved this book that manages to combine the heart wrenching with the hilariously funny

  7. Leslie Leslie says:

    This is strange Pride Prejudice variation Told from a male perspective the saving grace of the book is that Lady Catherine is redeemed and a hoot Darcy is a not very likeable Caroline Bingley is a woman of easy virtue and Lizzy is a whiny harridan

  8. Anna Anna says:

    Karen V Wasylowski’s Darcy and Fitzwilliam A Tale of a Gentleman and an Officer is a seuel of sorts to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice that focuses on the strong friendship between cousins Fitzwilliam Darcy gentleman and Richard Fitzwilliam colonel and war hero Darcy is settling into marriage with Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam is content as a bachelor despite his high and mighty aunt Lady Catherine insisting that he marryThe first part of the book follows Darcy as he navigates impending fatherhood and engages in fiery arguments with Elizabeth about his past with the vindictive Caroline Bingley The second part puts Fitzwilliam in the spotlight as he overcomes his memories of the horrors of battle by falling in love The final part brings Darcy and Fitzwilliam and their families together Readers will meet a amusing Lady Catherine a less socially awkward Georgiana Darcy an even horrid Caroline Bingley and a carefree Mr Bennet but Charles and Jane Bingley the rest of the Bennet sisters and even George Wickham are relegated to the backgroundDarcy and Fitzwilliam is uniue in that it gives Fitzwilliam is giving a starring role I enjoy Austen variations in which the minor characters in her novels — the ones many of us are curious about — are fleshed out and given new life I loved the story about Fitzwilliam so much so that I believe it could have been the main focus of the book with Darcy in the background Fitzwilliam’s character is both brawny and gentle humorous and sensitive combative and weak He is a man troubled by what he has seen in wartime and he turns to liuor and loose women to cope Wasylowski doesn’t sugar coat his character’s failings but we are able to love him despite his flaws — and she puts in his path a strong willed American who gives him a run for his money and adds much amusement to the storyAs for Darcy I enjoyed his bantering with Fitzwilliam but I had a love hate relationship with him and Elizabeth in this novel It seemed that for much of the book he and Elizabeth were fighting — fights complete with shouts thrown objects and broken doors Wasylowski inserts a dose of reality into her novel with this marital strife; after all did we really think that Darcy and Elizabeth would have a problem free sweet as can be relationship? But I would rather have seen Elizabeth’s biting remarks and wit than a violent rage Moreover the complications in Darcy’s life just weren’t as tension filled and captivating as the drama surrounding Fitzwilliam’s romantic relationship although the book is worth reading just for the hilarious scene in which Elizabeth finds herself alone in a room with Lady Catherine and Caroline BingleyWasylowski does a great job balancing the lightness of Darcy and Fitzwilliam’s teasing with heavier moments including Fitzwilliam’s memories of war and women’s lack of rights during the Regency era highlighted by a widow’s child custody battle But the humor really stands out and makes Darcy and Fitzwilliam an enjoyable readReview posted on Diary of an EccentricI received a free copy of this book for review

  9. Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) says:

    Colonel Fitzwilliam – what do we know of him? In a direct manner Jane Austen tells us that Colonel Fitzwilliam is “not handsome but in person and address most truly the gentleman” In addition we see his charismatic and genial nature in his conversations with Elizabeth; and can assume that he is responsible and conscientious since he was selected to be Georgiana's guardian But that is hardly enough is it? Colonel Fitzwilliam is right up there with Captain Wentworth and Colonel Brandon as one of Jane Austen's most intriguing and dashing military men And Janeites everywhere have being dying to know about this captivating well bred and irresistible officerIn her debut novel Karen Wasylowski delivers a satisfying seuel to Pride and Prejudice that augments the character of Colonel Fitzwilliam In this dual plot novel we spend part of the time witnessing Darcy and Elizabeth in their third year of marriage and part of the time with the celebrated military hero Colonel Fitzwilliam as he tries to determine what to do with his life Along the way we encounter an indomitable yet daffy Lady Catherine de Bourgh a terribly wicked and wanton Caroline Bingley and small glimpses into the lives of the Bingleys and Mr Bennet This novel's central characters are Darcy Fitzwilliam Elizabeth Lady Catherine and newcomer Amanda PenrodTo continue reading go to

  10. Jenny Jenny says:

    This is uite a difficult book to review At times it had me laughing out loud and at other times I was left wondering who these characters are Darcy and Elizabeth especially The first half of the book is about them and we are catching up with them 3 years into marriage as their first born us due At the start we see a really lovely playful relationship but this is not maintained He is a total snob and a bully She is a screaming mad woman His credibility is completely undermined by his past where there was a liaison with Caroline Bingley The second part of the book is about Colonel Fitzwilliam I liked his story a lot I liked him and his love interest The banter between him and Darcy was good and funny Lady Catherine is also really funny I also really love the cover I don't know why this makes any difference as I read it on Kindle but I still like a good cover There is a lot of great humour in this book but it has a Bridgette Jones feel about it The start has a scene with Elizabeth looking at Darcy while he's asleep The language is very American and the dialect very modern It's told from the male perspective which is a bit different It's long as well almost 500 pages I found that I struggled to finish this it didn't really hold my interest I think I didn't really like Darcy or Elizabeth but I really wanted to I think overall this a 35 star

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