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Deber y deseo. Front Cover. Pamela Aidan. Suma de Letras Deber y deseo: Trilogía Fitzwilliam Darcy, un caballero II · Pamela Aidan No preview available -. Deber y deseo: Trilogía Fitzwilliam Darcy, un caballero II (Spanish Edition). Pamela Aidan. Click here if your download doesn”t start automatically. Duty and Desire has ratings and reviews. Maria said: Es un sí pero con un enorme pero Es decir, se supone que es la historia de Orgullo y Pr.

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Initally I hadn’t even meant to read the sequel but am actually glad I picked this up.

Not only do we not encounter any of the Bennets, we don’t even return any aspect of the original. Do not read this. It was a somewhat dark descent into the peculiar turns of human nature, as well as an exploration of existential matters involving God’s justice.

Plus, the new characters were completely unlikeable and had no redeeming qualities whatsoever. However, this book, the second in the series was a total disappointment. Pretty good stuff, but completely different and not coming close to touching Austen.

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One might expect Darcy’s pining for Elizabeth to have been more in the senter but I loved how it was done. However, though the change in tone takes a bit of getting used to, Aidan succeeds splendidly in constructing a cracking good read that further delves into Darcy’s character.

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This novel is not at all in the Austen commedy-of-manners-bordering-on-farse style that Austen is so prized for. The story takes him to the estate of a friend and a party of acquaintances and strangers. Pamela Aidan grew up in small towns outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

So, my suggestion may be to read the 1st and 3rd and skip this one altogether. Until his run in with Elizabeth and the misdirected proposal, he has no reason to change his personality. While I do see what Ms. Darcy and his family and friends.

It really never seemed to work with Darcy’s character. Sep 15, Crystal rated it it was ok. The tale does twist down bizarre, and even creepy, alleys, but why not?

To ask other readers questions about Duty and Desireplease sign up. The author is not forcing these views on you but they are there. I must mention though that Elizabeth only appeared in this book in Mr Darcy’s mind. This one in particular was likely difficult as it aiddan the time the two protagonists are apart and thus, the chemistry is lost.

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Feb 05, Melissa rated it it was amazing. I tend to have a perhaps somewhat skewed prejudice PUN! Open Preview See a Problem? Darcy’s involvement in the attempt to persuade Bingley not to return to Hertfordshire, stood in great conflict with his later pronounced abhorrence of deceit. Who is Fitzwilliam Darcy? A teaser quote selected from this book by the publishers is this: The dip into Gothic romance felt bizarre and mismatched, especially when compared to An Assembly Such As This, which was pitch-perfect Austen, and I simply didn’t believe that the character we were following in the second half of the book was Fitzwilliam Darcy.

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His valet Fletcher is also a great character. I finished this book apmela of faithful loyalty to reading the complete trilogy, and those all-to-brief moments when Darcy reflected on his feelings for Elizabeth. Duty and Desirethe second book in the trilogy, covers the “silent time” of Austen’s novel, revealing Darcy’s private struggle to overcome his attraction to Elizabeth while fulfilling his roles as landlord, master, brother, and friend.

Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman 2. Also, I happen to enjoy Gothic farce.

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Despite my disappointment with this one, I am looking forward to reading the last book in this trilogy. Some people I have heard didn’t like the mystery or Gothic theme of the second half of the book but I am not one of their number. Jul 11, Mina Lobo rated it really liked it. This second book covers the time between Christmas and Darcy’s trip to Rosings Park.