Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Six

Chapter Six

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27 Responses to Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Six

  1. Cristina says:

    Right… I am begging very nicely. Please Cass, can you post it tomorrow? Pretty please?
    I am loving it!
    And if you should need more test readers, I would be willing, nay delighted to be one…

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  2. Glynis says:

    🍩🍫🍷🍷. Now I may be wrong here but I rather think Darcy has given away his secret to his cousin? Hopefully he will discover how he has injured Jane and repair the situation before she can accept Mr Collins? THEN! Maybe Elizabeth will return his feelings and he will realise he absolutely can’t live without her? (Am I a little too optimistic?)

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    • Cass says:

      If only I could write books that short, Glynis!! lol

      (Thanks for the chocs and wine!!) I may be persuaded…

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    • Cristina says:

      Hi Glynis, I hope for all that too but not too soon, please. I am enjoying the reading too much. Thankfully, we already know that this will be a long work… The characters will give us hours of pleasure thanks to the craftmanship of the author…

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  3. Jennifer Redlarczyk says:

    Wow. Too weeks of torture at least for Darcy. I wonder if you have a Hunsford moment planned. Sending Fanny May pixies and creams.

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  4. Let the games begin!

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  5. Kim says:

    Tuesday?!? I need this whole book, like today! I am so enjoying this set up so far, please share more. Pretty please?

    Liked by 1 person

  6. daveinokla says:

    Great dialog! Isn’t it rude for Sir Walter to speak to the other end of the table? That is a question only. As for a bribe…. how would a Carac Tart do?

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    • Cass says:

      Sir Walter is rude. As it’s such a small gathering, he doesn’t really care.

      I’ll confess, I have no idea what a Carac Tart is!! lol

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  7. Donna Krug says:

    I wish there was a way to turn cyber chocolate into the real thing.

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  8. darcybennett says:

    Loved when Anne said “Your Mr Darcy.”

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  9. sheilalmajczan says:

    Oh, such sweet torture for Darcy with Elizabeth just a touch away at dinner and staying on the same estate. His cousin’s response “at last” may draw the attention of more than just Elizabeth Bennet. Will it be contentious conversations, will he repent of his actions separating Jane from Bingley or will he decide to let E. know how he feels? No Hunsford in sight but they are staying near enough to each other to meet if they both take walks or if he rides out while she is walking…will she walk alone or with Anne? Throwing chocolate your way!

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  10. Bonnie K. says:

    Ooh, the tension between Darcy and Elizabeth is electric!

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  11. Ohhh hahahaha omg Cass that was plain mean but how utterly brilliant you do it! Can’t wait for more of this torture on Darcy, he deserves it sort of hahaha

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  12. M. Jimenez says:

    Darcy can be such a stubborn mule, and his cousin ought to give him a few pokes to get him moving ahahahaha. Love how Anne calls him “Your Mr. Darcy”, oh Elizabeth Bennet. Someone should lock them up in a room together, heehee.

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  13. Tara says:

    I read that entire chapter with such a grin on my face, and laughed out loud a few times (the astute Colonel, Lizzy downing the sherry, Darcy discombobulated at dinner). Such a tease for things to come. Loved it.

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