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The Dreams: Will Set You Free: a Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet Novella (A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation Book 1)

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What if your good dreams and nightmares are over the same thing? Which one should you believe? Elizabeth Bennet realizes that she cares about Fitzwilliam Darcy. Only she has a dream and nightmares concerning how he will respond to her after turning down his proposal. At the same time, Mr. Darcy has a dream and nightmares about how she feels about him. Will either of them f What if your good dreams and nightmares are over the same thing? Which one should you believe? Elizabeth Bennet realizes that she cares about Fitzwilliam Darcy. Only she has a dream and nightmares concerning how he will respond to her after turning down his proposal. At the same time, Mr. Darcy has a dream and nightmares about how she feels about him. Will either of them find the courage to fight their nightmares and follow their dreams? Will they fight for each other or will they let the nightmares win?


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What if your good dreams and nightmares are over the same thing? Which one should you believe? Elizabeth Bennet realizes that she cares about Fitzwilliam Darcy. Only she has a dream and nightmares concerning how he will respond to her after turning down his proposal. At the same time, Mr. Darcy has a dream and nightmares about how she feels about him. Will either of them f What if your good dreams and nightmares are over the same thing? Which one should you believe? Elizabeth Bennet realizes that she cares about Fitzwilliam Darcy. Only she has a dream and nightmares concerning how he will respond to her after turning down his proposal. At the same time, Mr. Darcy has a dream and nightmares about how she feels about him. Will either of them find the courage to fight their nightmares and follow their dreams? Will they fight for each other or will they let the nightmares win?

33 review for The Dreams: Will Set You Free: a Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet Novella (A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Lindsey

    Oh! to have lived in the days of decorum such as this. It must have been very difficult for young lovers such as Elizabeth and her Mr. Darcy. This story is written with the book 'Pride and Prejudice' in view, therefore it is of the same nature. Elizabeth is a dreamer of dreams yet she often has the rude awaking to learn, much to her detriment - that the unreal is not necessarily real. Since 'Pride and Prejudice' is a much loved story, I hope that anyone who has enjoyed reading that wonderful boo Oh! to have lived in the days of decorum such as this. It must have been very difficult for young lovers such as Elizabeth and her Mr. Darcy. This story is written with the book 'Pride and Prejudice' in view, therefore it is of the same nature. Elizabeth is a dreamer of dreams yet she often has the rude awaking to learn, much to her detriment - that the unreal is not necessarily real. Since 'Pride and Prejudice' is a much loved story, I hope that anyone who has enjoyed reading that wonderful book, will also enjoy to read this variation.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carol Perrin

    The Dreams Will Set You Free: A Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet Novella (A Pride and Prejudice Regeency Variation) This story flips back and forth with chapters of Elizabeth's feelings, dreams that turn into nightmares to Darcy's feelings, dreams that turn into nightmares. The strange thing is they both seem to be having the same dreams, but the nightmares, while the same, they occur from each others' POV. When Darcy finally comes to Longbourn, he finds Elizabeth in the garden resting on the bench. The Dreams Will Set You Free: A Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet Novella (A Pride and Prejudice Regeency Variation) This story flips back and forth with chapters of Elizabeth's feelings, dreams that turn into nightmares to Darcy's feelings, dreams that turn into nightmares. The strange thing is they both seem to be having the same dreams, but the nightmares, while the same, they occur from each others' POV. When Darcy finally comes to Longbourn, he finds Elizabeth in the garden resting on the bench. Kneeling down beside her he calls her name softly so she's not startled. This didn't work and when Elizabeth jumps up her head collides with Darcy's forehead. Elizabeth tries to stop the bleeding, and they then discuss the dreams that turned into nightmares. When she's proposed to the second time, she faints. Darcy rushes her inside, places her in her bed, and the doctor is called. Though both are scared of the nightmare part of their dream actually happening, ODC find their HEA. I found the chapters to be too repeatedly repetitive, characters too indecisive and wishy washy, and some parts of the storyline questionable and confusing.

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