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Sight and no possible escape All that he holds dear his name his home his love remains ever out of reach How will he find his way back to his normal life Will one mistake haunt the rest of his days It will take all of his fortitude to weather the storms of his strange new fate and all of his courage to grasp the promise of his future. In the film Groundhog Day the character played by Bill Murray wakes each morning to realize he is reliving the same day over and over again There is a lesson to be learned here and it is not until the lesson is learned that he life can get back on track and move on to another dayWell Fitzwilliam Darcy has some lessons to be learned We know from reading Pride and Prejudice that when he takes to heart what Elizabeth has said about him during his horrendous proposal at Hunsford and mends his ways Mr Darcy finds love and a happy ending But his evolution from the stiff taciturn and superior being who arrived at the assembly to the kind accepting and loving man who returns to Longbourn to woo Elizabeth takes several months What would have happened if Darcy learned the lessons and was able to prevent Elizabeth s anger during the proposal by fixing the problems and misunderstandings in advanceIn The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy he is able to just that with one major caveat He does evolve and he does correct everything but only after replaying that same day over and over and over again Groundhog Day style Seriously it takes him a long time But for the other characters in the story no time has gone by at all This concept has been used before I recall reading one where Darcy relived the assembly day over and over and over again I apologize to that author as I cannot recall the title or author In that case Darcy had a chance to correct the original bad impression Here Darcy has much to overcome First he needs to decide if Elizabeth is really what he wants He then must identify what caused her great dislike of him and find a way to correct the impression Then he must find a way to get her to consider him as a suitorThis version by Beau North is very entertaining Darcy has a lot of experiences and plays a lot of mischief that luckily disappears the next day when the day is repeated But he does learn and he does change Slowly over time he begins to see what it will take to become the man worthy of a woman like Elizabeth and what changes he needs to make in his life to win her I very much enjoyed this story and highly recommend it to other JAFF lovers

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WINNER 2018 INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS BOOK AWARD FOR ROMANCE “He could no longer claim to be Fitzwilliam Darcy of Derbyshire brother to Georgiana master of Pemberley In that moment he was but a man A man filled with frustration than most souls could bear A man torn asunder by his desperation his fruitless dreams and desires”After El. OMG OMG Can I give 10 starsI am so blown away that I can hardly find the words to write this review Oh My Gosh seem so lacking but I can t stop myself from saying OMG OMGWe open with a Prologue at a crucial time in our story and Darcy uttering those famous words I shall conuer this I shall The scene is rather shocking and we have to wonder what on earth brought Mr Darcy to this desperation Let me just say the language in this literary work is amazing and no so than in chapter one Our characters are at the Netherfield Ball and Darcy is behaving badly with his disdainful looks and haughty demeanor Caroline slithers near him ever so slowly and circles Darcy as she whispers in his ear her poison toward the denizens of Meryton and especially the Bennet family The language is poetry and so seductive and destructive Amazing Read it slowly for effect Our dear Colonel was a hoot throughout this story but never such a cut up as in chapter 2 I nearly wet my pants I laughed so hard as he and Darcy swapped uips I have never heard those terms used before and their humor was hilarious They traveled to Kent to see their Aunt and learned that Mr Collins had married someone from Hertfordshire Darcy gasped held his breath the former Charlotte Lucas released breath Chapter 3 is pretty much canon of the visit and walks in the park visits to the parsonage and in Chapter 4 we meet up with Darcy as he makes a hasty retreat from the Parsonagehaving made his disastrous proposal It is a very bad day in his life and he makes arrangements to leave Kent the earliest possible the next morning Only the next morning never comes Thus starts the many days of the day in the life of Fitzwilliam Darcy Along with Darcy we travel through his days filled with various thoughts and emotions disbelief fear horror grief sorrow frustration anger resignation dejection regret and repentance Some days are hilarious some grief stricken and then he decides to try to find the catalyst that has prompted this penance that he is being forced to pay Let me just say that with each page that I turnedit got even betterthe further along I wentthe intense the story became And then THE day dawnedand you knew that something was different and everything mattered It was outstanding most excellent and with language that was so profound Darcy was truly a new man with eyes that saw and ears that heardeverything And what he saw touched him as never beforenew eyes for Anne Fitzwilliam and most of all his Aunt Lady Catherine I nearly cried And then Elizabeth her family both in London at Gracechurch Street and in Hertfordshire I will not spoil the reveal but the authors were so creative with their antics his days his nights and what finally unlocked the time warpwrap I loved itit is one to read and reread over and again I could not put it down ODC took a walk in the park with language that melted my heart and I am still a bit wobbly from reading itsuch a declarationI ve not seenwhew let me catch my breath Before you read the epilogueget your tissuesI cried my eyes out Oh my Goodness I love this book I loved the story the creative use of time language descriptions and the hilarious antics were delightful The authors are to be commended excellent work Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes of Derbyshire brother to Georgiana master The Teams Milking Cow of Pemberley In that moment he was but a man A man filled with frustration than most souls could bear A man torn asunder by his desperation his fruitless dreams and desires”After El. OMG OMG Can I give 10 starsI am so blown away that I can hardly find the words to write this review Oh My Gosh seem so lacking but I can t stop myself from saying OMG OMGWe Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) our story and Darcy uttering those famous words I shall conuer this I shall The scene is rather shocking and we have to wonder what Zenith on earth brought Mr Darcy to this desperation Let me just say the language in this literary work is amazing and no so than in chapter A Pale Light in the Black one Our characters are at the Netherfield Ball and Darcy is behaving badly with his disdainful looks and haughty demeanor Caroline slithers near him ever so slowly and circles Darcy as she whispers in his ear her poison toward the denizens Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves of the visit and walks in the park visits to the parsonage and in Chapter 4 we meet up with Darcy as he makes a hasty retreat from the Parsonagehaving made his disastrous proposal It is a very bad day in his life and he makes arrangements to leave Kent the earliest possible the next morning Only the next morning never comes Thus starts the many days Spieserye of the day in the life Feral of Fitzwilliam Darcy Along with Darcy we travel through his days filled with various thoughts and emotions disbelief fear horror grief sorrow frustration anger resignation dejection regret and repentance Some days are hilarious some grief stricken and then he decides to try to find the catalyst that has prompted this penance that he is being forced to pay Let me just say that with each page that I turnedit got even betterthe further along I wentthe intense the story became And then THE day dawnedand you knew that something was different and everything mattered It was Krismis van Map Jacobs outstanding most excellent and with language that was so profound Darcy was truly a new man with eyes that saw and ears that heardeverything And what he saw touched him as never beforenew eyes for Anne Fitzwilliam and most Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods of all his Aunt Lady Catherine I nearly cried And then Elizabeth her family both in London at Gracechurch Street and in Hertfordshire I will not spoil the reveal but the authors were so creative with their antics his days his nights and what finally unlocked the time warpwrap I loved itit is Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche one to read and reread Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, over and again I could not put it down ODC took a walk in the park with language that melted my heart and I am still a bit wobbly from reading itsuch a declarationI ve not seenwhew let me catch my breath Before you read the epilogueget your tissuesI cried my eyes Mensa Riddles Conundrums out Oh my Goodness I love this book I loved the story the creative use Julie of the Wolves of time language descriptions and the hilarious antics were delightful The authors are to be commended excellent work

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Izabeth Bennet rejects his marriage proposal Fitzwilliam Darcy finds himself in the most unusual of circumstances At first believing the extraordinary turn of events has granted him an inexplicable boon he is eager to put the humiliating proposal behind him He soon discovers that he is trapped in the same waking dream with no end in. Oh but this is fun Poor Mr Darcy wakes to a maid singing the same folk song every morning for months similar to Phil Connors Bill Murray in the movie Groundhog Day waking to the radio playing I Got You Babe This is Darcy s first signal that the same looping string of events is about to unfold with the only variable being his actions Not coincidentally this time warp repeats the day Elizabeth broke his heart by refusing his marriage proposal Darcy tries multiple methods of getting himself out of this living nightmare although he s never foolish enough to propose to her again At first his reaction is completely self centered and focused on feeling sorry for himself He slowly becomes aware of nuances in the people around him that he was not observant enough to notice the first or second or even third time around There s a hint of A Christmas Carol in the ways his eyes are opened to how he is responsible for his own predicament and how he redeems himselfWhile there s lots of humor in Darcy s plight and the reactions of those around him as he behaves in uncharacteristically peculiar ways there is a lot of poignancy in the way the story ends Be sure to have tissues on hand for the Epilogue which just rips your heart out and then gets it beating again with a lovely happily forever after scene The whole novella is beautifully written and constructed and it s thoroughly satisfying from beginning to end


10 thoughts on “The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy

  1. says:

    His life was now divided by that great event There was no present no future There was only before Hunsfordand after Hunsford I love this book In this Groundhog Day meets Pride and Prejudice novella Fitzwilliam Darcy finds himself stuck in a time warp after his disastrous proposal to Elizabeth Bennet Caused by powers unknown to Darcy

  2. says:

    ARC reuested through Netgalley and kindly provided by Beau North in exchange for an honest reviewI am a big fan of Jane A

  3. says:

    OMG OMG Can I give 10 stars?I am so blown away that I can hardly find the words to write this review Oh My Gosh seem so lacking but I can’t stop myself from saying OMG OMGWe open with a Prologue at a crucial time in our story and Darcy uttering those famous words ‘I shall conuer this I shall’ The scene is rather shocking and we have to wonder what on earth brought Mr Darcy to this desperation Let me just say the language in this lite

  4. says:

    Oh but this is fun Poor Mr Darcy wakes to a maid singing the same folk song every morning for months similar to Phil Connors Bill Murray in the movie Groundhog Day waking to the radio playing I Got You Babe This is Darcy's first signal that the same looping string of events is about to unfold with the only variable being his actions Not coincidentally this time warp repeats the day Elizabeth broke his heart by refusing his marriag

  5. says:

    The first review from the blog tour is in Thank you Rita for your thoughtful review I hope readers check out your review and enter a chance to win one of our eight giveaways you to my Goodreads friends who have dropped by the tour to show their

  6. says:

    I read this for the first time August 18th and again today in order to refresh my memories in posting this reviewEvery once in a while we are offered to read a book with monumental differences with such creative changes on one hand bu

  7. says:

    Reliving the same dreadful day over and over What is this madness? Hell? Torturous Punishment? Or is it something ?The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy opens with a ball at Netherfield where he has an acrimonious dance set with a woman who believes his rival a vulgar family disgusts with their antics and Fitzwilliam Darcy is left with the unhappy knowledge that the woman who captivates him can never be his There

  8. says:

    In the film Groundhog Day the character played by Bill Murray wakes each morning to realize he is reliving the same day over and over again There is a lesson to be learned here and it is not until the lesson is learned that he life can get back on track and move on to another dayWell Fitzwilliam Darcy has some lessons to be learned We know from reading Pride and Prejudice that when he takes to heart what Elizabeth has

  9. says:

    This book is a blend of Pride and Prejudice Groundhog Day with Bill Murray and new material I loved it It’s one of the most fun PP variations I’ve ever read and I’m astounded that it is only Beau North’s third published book and Brooke West’s second And I don’t see any pseudonyms listed on Goodreads for either

  10. says:

    This is a Really fun book I've read other versions of Darcy mash up with Groundhog day but this one is probably the best Because this one has a great deal of humor and a great deal of introspection Following the disastrous proposal

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