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Many of you may know that Pride & Prejudice is my absolute favorite Jane Austen novel. There is something about Lizzy, Darcy, and even wicked Wickham that calls out me making me want to read the novel over and over again. I constantly find myself randomly quoting bits from the novel and I eagerly devour adaptations, spin-offs, add-ons, and retellings.
Although surprisingly Pride & Prejudice is not my favorite novel, Jane Eyre is. When comparing the two I constantly refer to Newton’s Law: Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. In the case of Pride & Prejudice vs. Jane Eyre it seems that Mr. Rochester is Mr. Darcy’s opposite reaction. Which leads me to wonder what P&P would have been like if Mr. Rochester would have been the leading man.
So, I ask you Dear Readers, what would have happened in Pride & Prejudice if Mr. Edward Rochester replaced Mr. Darcy?
To feed your Pride & Prejudice craving I have three books to giveaway. 2 Copies of Misconceptions by Doris Nieves and 1 copy of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star by Heather Lynn Rigaud.
I have two more giveaways today!
First Giveaway is
Misconceptions by Doris Nieves
Thanks to the generosity of Doris Nieves, I have two copies to giveaway. One copy is Worldwide & the other is US only, so please mark your comment accordingly.
Love and marriage abound as we revisit the delightful world of Pride and Prejudice. Become enchanted once again with familiar beloved characters brought back to life through this lighthearted version of a classic tale. Misconceptions begins where Jane Austen left off, with the undaunted Mrs. Bennet continuing her search to find rich and
refined husbands for her unmarried daughters, Kitty and Mary. Meanwhile, Lady Catherine renews her duty to find a husband for Miss Anne de Bourgh. Will the girls cooperate with their mother’s plans or will their hearts lead them elsewhere?
Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star by Heather Lynn Rigaud.
Mr. Darcy is skin-tight leather pants and no shirt…YES PLEASE!!!!!
Fast music, powerful beats and wild reputations on stage and off have made Slurry the band of the year--and the media's newest bad boys. Described as temperamental by their kindest critics, they've just lost their latest opening act and their red-hot summer tour is on the fast track to disaster.
Fitzwilliam Darcy, Slurry's tall, dark, and enigmatic virtuoso guitarist, knows that this is no time to be picky, but he never expected what was waiting when he, Charles Bingley and Richard Fitzwilliam crashed the Meryton Public House.
Elizabeth Bennet, the fiercely independent and talented lead singer of Long Borne Suffering has serious reservations about joining such a trouble laden tour with the bad boys of Rock and Roll, but the opportunity is just too good to pass up!
On the Slurry tour, the music's hot, but backstage is an inferno.
I would also like to thank Heather for donating this copy!