Mr. Darcy Broke My Heart

Mr. Darcy Broke My Heart

Book - 2010/02/01
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After agreeing to present a paper to a symposium at Oxford, Claire Prescott meets a mysterious woman who claims to have an early version of Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" and discovers that a true hero can appear in the most unexpected of places.
Publisher: New York : Guideposts ; Nashville, Tenn. : Distributed by Ideals Publications, 2010/02/01
ISBN: 9780824947934
Branch Call Number: FICTION PATTILLO
Characteristics: 268 p. ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Mister Darcy broke my heart


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Jan 31, 2012

I had high hopes for this book, I'm not sure why, probably because it had "Mr. Darcy" in the title. I should know better. I honestly had to stop reading it because I knew how it was going to end before I even hit the half way point. I think if I needed a "super light" read, then this would be fine, but its winter so I need something a wee bit meatier.

HonorBound Mar 06, 2011

I was prepared to not like this book as the plot involved "Pride and P" plotlines. I was pleasantly surprized when I enjoyed it as a nice fluffy read. I may even go and finally read Jane Austen.

Oct 07, 2010

this book was really cheesy. i couldn't finish it.

flourgirl Sep 14, 2010

A fun light read especially fun if you're a fan of Pride and Prejudice and the evocative Mr. Darcy.

ser_library Sep 03, 2010

the picture of Oxford was fun

for other literary mysteries try Amanda Cross and Robert Barnard

lms May 30, 2010

a clever revisit of Pride and Prejudice that is respectful and better than several others in the genre


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