Deception: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice (2020)

Deception: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice Ola Wegner Deception A Tale of Pride and Prejudice Pride and Prejudice variation After the ball at Netherfield Fitzwilliam Darcy left Hertfordshire scared of his rapidly developing feelings for Elizabeth Bennet What if another man had appeared in her
  • Title: Deception: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice
  • Author: Ola Wegner
  • ISBN: 9781450559584
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
Deception: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice Ola Wegner Pride and Prejudice variation After the ball at Netherfield Fitzwilliam Darcy left Hertfordshire scared of his rapidly developing feelings for Elizabeth Bennet What if another man had appeared in her life, both wealthy and attractive, certain of his affection for her and wishing to marry her What if in Kent Darcy had met Elizabeth who was practically engaged to anotherPride and Prejudice variation After the ball at Netherfield Fitzwilliam Darcy left Hertfordshire scared of his rapidly developing feelings for Elizabeth Bennet What if another man had appeared in her life, both wealthy and attractive, certain of his affection for her and wishing to marry her What if in Kent Darcy had met Elizabeth who was practically engaged to another man How would he have dealt with an unexpected rival and would he face the challenge
Deception: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice Ola Wegner

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  1. Don Jacobson

    Double Good ReadingOla WegnerWhat can be said Her writing is fabulous He story development is skilled and worthy of a slow read This book offers two different storiesBoth of which can be supported by themselves Her inventive lines are decidedly first rate Only minor quibbles In the first halfWas the fire set intentionally In the secondAnd this is minorDoes young Ben get sent to school Does he win Julia s hand Both are minor notes in a major concerto.

  2. Leslie

    I am rather conflicted about this book Let me start with the title, Deception, I don t know who was deceived except perhaps the reader when the story ends at 45% on their kindle and a BONUS story of No Other Way review show which I read way back in 2013 and don t feel inclined to reread And a warning there are some adult scenes This is a very odd PP what if, Purvis Lodge is sold at last Sorry I had to say that It begins with Lizzy climbing a tree and be observed by her new neighbor Mr Brooke Mr [...]

  3. Sheila Majczan

    4.5 starsThe first 297 pages are one book, Deception, which ended at 46% and then we have another book, No Other Way, for the other 54% In the first book, Elizabeth receives 3 proposals Collins she has turned down Mr John Brooke, an older childless widower who owns Purvis Lodge, pursues Elizabeth and she at first turns him down Then when he applies to Mr Bennet after his second proposal to Elizabeth Mr B demands that the engagement not yet be published or recognized as he wants to allow a time f [...]

  4. Madenna U

    In this Pride and Prejudice Variation Elizabeth marries Darcy after the death of her father Through time spent, a bit of voyeurism, and chemistry in the bedroom the two find their happily ever after.

  5. Dung

    3.5 Two stories in one The first one ended about 46% in Elizabeth received three proposals At time the story felt rushed had you wondering what else s happened The second story was based on the premise of Elizabeth s father passing away unexpectedly because of an carriage accident Elizabeth excepts Darcy s proposal reluctantly This story also jumps ahead unexpectedly at times They seemed to be use of modern language and there where many spelling and grammatical errors.

  6. Teresita

    Lovely storyd a wonderful surprise Highly recommended, I loved the way the characters are developed Read this book, you won t regret it.

  7. Elizabeth Bennet

    I am catching up on my Ola Wegner books as of late I ve had this one long enough to still have it in paperback This one, while classic Wegner writing, has a nasty rival Though I will say Mr Brooke s really didn t stand a chance with Elizabeth While he portrays the perfect gentleman Lizzy knew there was something just not right with him He is determined to have a lady for his bride to the extent of lying about Darcy The first part of this book is literally Lizzy being thrown in the path of 4 diff [...]

  8. D.L. Carter

    finish the editing pleaseobviously someone was trying to edit this book but never finished the task many similar sounding words used incorrectly and, heaven help us, lots and lots of words ending in ly yes edit.

  9. Angela Smith

    I really enjoyed the book The Engagement by Ola Wegner so I was expecting to enjoy this book too Sadly, I was disappointed Many things jarred with me while reading it Yes I know I read the entire thing I almost gave up on it a couple of times because of a plethora of editing errors and some of the language used that was much too modern for a book set in this time.Prime examples are Mr Darcy called his sister Georgiana Sweetie several times It would have been fitting if the word Sweeting had bee [...]

  10. Pat Winter

    Showing 1 1 of 1 reviews 5 star Show all reviews5.0 out of 5 starsenjoyed than expected May 2, 2014Format PaperbackLight reading with wisps of humour typical of Ola Wegner s stories.Using Elizabeth s youthful innocence compared to just plain stubbornness was a nice change from other variations.Showing Darcy through his actions and the use of Elizabeth s thoughts brought a reality to these characters that did not take away from Austen s original lovers It merely expanded on how they got to where [...]

  11. Cettina Barbera

    Hated it the overall story makes no sense at all, the characters are nothing like Elizabeth and Mr Darcy and they are completely irrational and incoherent The whole tale is full of holes and leaves the reader with a lot of unanswered questions, but the worst thing about this book is that the story just stops abruptly with a finale that is anything but, followed by an anticlimactic epilogue who answers to nothing and leaves the reader unsatisfied and with even questions.In my opinion, nothing of [...]

  12. Angie

    So creative and real I read a lot of Pride and Prejudice and find this author my absolute favorite of late She writes with courage about topics often unmentioned in other works I like that she touches on jealousy and a host of other relationship topics Yes, I see a very few typos and every time I know exactly what she meant and read on no big deal.

  13. Elizabeth Hossenlopp

    An interesting readI enjoyed the story and bonus story Adding an additional suitor for Elizabeth kept the reader on their toes Good book.

  14. Liquorice

    It was not enough plausible for me While reading, I was wondering why Mr Brooke, Darcy s rival, has purchased Purvis Lodge whereas he was worth 15,000 a year Nothing was mentioned about the origin of his fortune The author evokes it was made through trade, so it could have been very pleasing to imagine Mr Brooke interfering with the Bingley sisters Moreover, it was difficult for me to imagine Darcy eloping with Elizabeth this way, especially by throwing out his rival by proposing this way to Eli [...]

  15. Ruth

    This book is a deception it really very good From a botched proposal to his love of his life finally saying yes, Darcy has a chance to get it right He over comes his usual taciturn unsociable self to become a warm and loving husband This story takes on the PP story but goes further to embellish it into a nicely woven story using the beloved characters of Darcy and Elizabeth and young Georgina Mrs Bennet even though she s still shallow actually apologizes for her faults and surprises Lizzie It wa [...]

  16. Sue

    It was a different variation I enjoyed that about it Elizabeth didn t seem true to the original character to me Darcy was close to the original It was kind of a combo of pride and prejudice, sense and sensibility, northanger abbey, Mansfield park and Jane eyre It dead end too abruptly and there was too much intimacy for my taste.

  17. Esther

    I truely enjoied the book The new characters,the twisted plot The change in some characters In all excellent writting Then there was the pilogue Very disapointed To me the pilogue was written in haste without thought As to finish quickly the book.

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