Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twenty

Chapter Twenty

This chapter has now been removed. You can read the full story from 9th March in eBook or paperback.

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23 Responses to Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twenty

  1. Kim P. says:

    I can’t believe this was chapter 20 already. I’m enjoying this story very much and can’t wait to see where it all goes.

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  2. I’m sensing shades of Northanger Abbey, with Elizabeth being cast out of the house with no protection by an unreasonable father. I hope Anne’s plan to help Elizabeth works, perhaps giving her refuge with the Musgroves. Such fantastic twists in this story!
    I’m looking forward to your cover reveal. Best Wishes!

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  3. sheilalmajczan says:

    I am enjoying this story especially since it is a variation of my 2 favorite Jane Austen stories. I do hope Anne can secure a way for Elizabeth to stay. I also am hoping to read that Frederick awakens soon and is able to be whole in mind and body. Thanks for sharing and the best of luck with all the writing and editing.

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  4. Jennifer Redlarczyk says:

    Elliot is so selfish not to mention his dear Elizabeth. I’m dying to know what Anne has in mind. Is she off to Meadowbrook? Waiting…..

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  5. Glynis says:

    Sir Walter is ***************! Elizabeth can’t leave so I hope Anne is successful with her plan and I really, really hope it involves Elizabeth staying with Darcy and Georgiana? Please?

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  6. Cristina says:

    I agree with you, Jennifer. I think Anne will seek Mr Darcy’s help.
    I love the story. Elliot sinks further and further. I think someone has to find out what Miss Elliot did last summer that warranted her father rescuing here… Then Mr Darcy can extricate himself from their blackmailing…

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  7. Happy New Year!
    Wow! What a return to this lovely book! And what a horrible man Sir Walter continues to show himself to be; selfish and even cruel!
    My feelings are deeply sad and hurt on Anne and Elizabeth’s behalf’s! I can’t wait to see what Darcy does next!?

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  8. Bonnie K. says:

    Happy New Year! I’m looking forward to seeing what Anne will do to try to help Elizabeth. They’re good for each other. What a horrid man Sir Walter is.

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  9. Sam H. says:

    On one hand I can’t wait to see how it ends, on the other I want this to be deliciously long so it never ends. Feel free to spend ALL your time on editing, not even publishing any more chapters here, so we can get the compete book from you all the faster 😉

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    • Cass says:

      If there’s one thing you can rely on with me (and Ada has been dragged in on this one), is that when I write Regency stories, they are loooooong! 😉

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  10. Thank you for sharing that posts will go up on weekends- weekends have now taken on a whole new significance for me! I am so excited to see where everything goes… I have my ideas but we will see if they are the same as yours! ❤️

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  11. Tart says:

    Every time I think I couldn’t possibly loathe Sir Walter more than I do, you post another chapter. 😒😠 His comeuppance will be cause for celebration, when it finally happens. I think I know where Anne is going. 😉

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    • Cass says:

      Of course you know where Anne is going! You know how we work! 🤣

      Yes, we have made him rather evil, haven’t we? Is he over the top? Believe, me toned him and Elizabeth Elliot down a bit already!

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      • Tart says:

        Oh no…he isn’t over the top at all. He and Elizabeth are deliciously wicked. I’m dying to discover their secret. I can’t wait for Karma to catch them. 😉

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