Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven

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26 Responses to Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Seven

  1. Cristina Fatmi says:

    Oh I am so enjoying this, Cass. I love reading about a lovestruck Darcy when he is still unable to admit it to himself…

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  2. Cristina says:

    I am already excited about tomorrow’s chapter!

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  3. Glynis says:

    Oh dear, Darcy is obviously besotted so now he needs to admit it to himself (the Colonel already knows!)
    Miss Elliot is obviously another Caroline Bingley, determined to marry Darcy regardless of feelings on either side.
    Is this a very angsty story? If so I need to try and prepare!

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  4. Jennifer Redlarczyk says:

    I loved seeing Darcy decomposed. Too bad the Colonel is leaving soon. I wonder if Lizzy and Anne will meet Georgiana.

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  5. This chapter is so delicious – so many morsels to savor! D&E sparring over supper, her stumble, and his quick assist. The battling Elliott sisters. Miss Elliott setting her sights on Darcy. Darcy thoroughly besotted! My only complaint is that Richard is leaving, but he does have a job after all!

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  6. sheilalmajczan says:

    Sisters: I used to bicker (and more) with my sister but as adults we became best friends. The Elliot sisters seem to not have reached that point and, it seems, never will. E. Elliot is quick to want to mark off “her territory” and that E. Bennet doesn’t really have much of a prior claim to his acquaintance. Richard is fast to realize just who E. Bennet is and her importance to Darcy…especially if Georgiana shared a letter with him in which Miss Elizabeth was mentioned more than once. Thank you for this chapter.

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  7. Omg that was… beyond brilliant and funny! I do love when authors torment darcy, it’s always so funny to read! And to have the whole Elliott family involved just makes it even more fun! I can’t help but wish that Wentworth would soon make an appearance in the story for poor Anne’s sake! She truly is yearning for him!

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  8. Jan S. says:

    Oh, those Elliots are comedy gold! I almost expected the sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, to start air fighting each other in their squabble over the chaise longue. And Sir Walter, the man who has never been able to pass by a mirror without stopping for an intense inspection of the one he loves best, continues to delight with his unrestrained vanity. I’m really looking forward to seeing Elizabeth Elliot stake her claim on Darcy. Or maybe she will decide the son of an earl might be a better target. Whichever — the game’s afoot!

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    • Cass says:

      “Sir Walter, the man who has never been able to pass by a mirror without stopping for an intense inspection of the one he loves best” LOL Jan!

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  9. Bonnie K. says:

    I’m loving this. It’s too bad the colonel is leaving and can’t rib Darcy some more. 😉 Perhaps, this time his silent adoration will suffice.

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  10. darcybennett says:

    Very amusing excerpt, I especially enjoyed Elizabeth’s inner thoughts, “Why could Mr Darcy not remain mute?” Why indeed!

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  11. M. Jimenez says:

    Anne is getting the best lines — Elizabeth turning Darcy into stone (which then put in mind MM’s Darcy in stone, getting me all hot and bothered but I digress), and previous chapter with the “your Mr. Darcy”. She certainly has turned a bit into the “Charlotte” (silent observer of Mr. Darcy’s fascination with her friend) and hopefully more vocal at that, having her own personal experience with silent admiration (shall we hear of Capt. Wentworth soon?). Thoroughly enjoying this slow burn, Cass and Ada!

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  12. Tara says:

    ‘Why have you gone so pale, Darcy? Take some wine.’ 😂😂😂😂 I love Col. F more than life. Also had a good laugh over the ridiculous Eliot sisters bickering over the chaise. Swooned a little when Darcy prevented Lizzy from tripping – he is always aware, isn’t he? It gave me a 2007 Brandon/Marianne at the ball vibe 😉

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