Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twelve

Chapter Twelve

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26 Responses to Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twelve

  1. Sam says:

    I love Persuasion, to read it mixed like this-Yum! Oh how I wish this book was out so I could read it all… Now! 😉

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    • Cass says:

      I’m sorry it’s not! This is meant to be a taster so readers can see if it’s for them. I’ve already posted way more chapters than I thought I would!

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  2. Glynis says:

    I wonder what was in the letter that Miss Elliot obviously stole from Georgiana‘s book? I hope it wasn’t something she could use to force Darcy to marry her?
    Poor Anne! I’m hoping Wentworth survived the sinking somehow?
    Elizabeth! Well she seems to admit that the tales of Georgiana were incorrect but is still certain that the stories about Darcy were true? I thought she was supposed to be the clever sister? Obviously not!

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    • Cass says:

      Ah, but Elizabeth hasn’t heard anything negative about Wickham, upon whom she had quite the crush. She’s got a lot to learn yet.

      Poor Captain Wentworth. I wonder what we’ve done with him?

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  3. Poor Anne! My heart is breaking for her.

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  4. Jennifer Redlarczyk says:

    Oh, how sad for Anne finding out the Laconia is sunk and thinking Wentworth is on it. I love that Lizzy hit Darcy with the snowball and he took it well. Anne’s sisters are pills. Waiting for more goodness! Loving this story.

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    • Cass says:

      Yes! Pills! That’s the perfect word, Jen!

      I’m loving that everyone trusts us not to have sunk the captain with his ship! lol

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  5. Donna Krug says:

    I am loving this story and eagerly look for more. Poor Anne, or maybe not so poor since we know her Wentworth is alive somewhere. I look forward to more, of course. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. jbrand3039 says:

    It seems that Elizabeth, Anne,and Darcy are struggling with unresolved issues. Does Elizabeth plan to confront Darcy regarding Bingley? I hope she does and leave him with begin his face. Has Miss Elliott come to realize that Darcy has no interest in her as a woman?

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  7. Bonnie K. says:

    Poor Anne! I hope things look up soon for Jane.

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  8. darcybennett says:

    Poor Anne, I hope she’s not left for long thinking that he’s dead.

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    • Cass says:

      LOL And another reader who is confident we haven’t finished Captain Wentworth off! 😀

      You are all very trusting… or you just know my JAFF writing very well!

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  9. Cristina says:

    I only now had the chance to read chapters 11 and 12. I am loving the story. At last, Darcy has told himself that he needs to admit his feelings, at least to himself. Lizzy has realized that Wickham’s stories about Miss Darcy were not true… will she soon start to doubt Wickham’s stories about Darcy himself. Lizzy did not like Miss Elliot riding in the carriage with Mr Darcy… I wonder why… Miss Elliot is despicable and on top of that she stole Miss Darcy’s correspondence. That is not well bred at all. I feel for Anne. Persuasion is my second favourite Austen novel. I am hopeful, however, that Captain Wentworth may have survived. Please dear authors, post another chapter tomorrow. It is indeed too long to wait!

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    • Cass says:

      I think this is a start for Lizzy, but she needs to know more of Wickham to shed the rose-coloured spectacles she’s always viewed him through. I am sure someone is going to enlighten her!

      Poor Captain Wentworth, but at least people here seem to have faith he isn’t at the bottom of the ocean!

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  10. sheilalmajczan says:

    Oh, Frederick did not go down with the ship – unless you changed his fate here…please, no. Loved the interaction with the snowballs. Darcy took the hit well. Would love a chapter sooner. Thanks for this one.

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    • Cass says:

      LOL Sheila, so many readers are confident we haven’t killed the captain off. I think our writing must be at fault (or they know my love of a happy ending!)

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  11. Sally wheatley says:

    Loving the story so far…….Sunday is far too long to wait!! 😩

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    • Cass says:

      I’m so pleased you are enjoying. I’ve already posted more chapters than I intended to share, but I expect I will keep going for now!

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  12. Oh no! You didn’t Cass and Ada! You didn’t kill Frederick?! Seriously 😳 I can’t handle that! The plot thickens! Poor Anne! And the letter Miss Elliott obviously stole from Georgiana I do wonder what was in it?!
    And the same attraction between Darcy and Lizzie continues to make trouble for our couple! Laughed out lot when Lizzie hit Darcy with the snow ball!

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  13. Tara says:

    Lovely scene with Darcy and Lizzy. So close, and yet so far. Happy to see Anne and Lizzy deepening their friendship and sharing confidences. Poor Anne will need Lizzy after this news. I can’t imagine her despair if only her father and sisters were there. Have faith, Anne. (I wish she knew you and Ada would never hurt Capt. Wentworth 😉)

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