Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twenty-Five

Chapter Twenty-Five

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20 Responses to Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twenty-Five

  1. sheilalmajczan says:

    Well, things are moving forward with the Colonel aware of Darcy’s situation and determined to help and now with Frederick conscious. Even though he might be mistaken about the engagement the fact that he doesn’t speak against it gives Anne some hope that his attachment has not died. Thanks for this chapter.

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  2. Glynis says:

    The Captain seems to be doing better and Elizabeth is right about not telling him the truth. I just wish she was right with her opinion of the Darcys.
    Hopefully the Colonel brought his magic wand with him, he can dispose of Elliot and his despicable daughter, make sure Elizabeth knows the truth of Wickham and convince her she loves Darcy as much as he loves her?

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    • Cass says:

      Elizabeth will come around now her eyes are opening to Darcy. She just needs to find out about Wickham! Ooh, the colonel as a wizard! Now that’s a thought!

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  3. Everyone seems to be stuck right now. We need to shake things up — maybe, everyone should pack up and get out of Dodge. LOL I’m on tenterhooks waiting for a resolution.

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  4. Jennifer Redlarczyk says:

    Still a lot of uncertainty. I hope the colonel can help. Looking forward to more.

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  5. Cristina says:

    Same here. I am anxious for things to move forward. I can’t wait to see how the Elliots are going to be thwarted in their schemes.Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to next weekend already!

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  6. Bonnie K. says:

    While I don’t think deceiving the captain is right, I do know that it’s best under the circumstances. I don’t know how he’ll react when his memory returns. It’s obvious of Anne’s feelings for him.

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    • Cass says:

      Yes, it’s not ideal going along with his illusion, but if he is still resentful (as in the novel), then it would be really hard for him to handle, because he’s trapped in the house for a while and wouldn’t be able to walk away to process it.

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  7. Kim P. says:

    I hope that Richard can get Darcy out if this mess with the Elliots. Maybe the awful father/daughter duo will be more impressed with the second son of an Earl and agree to leave Darcy alone.

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  8. Oh poor Anne and Wentworth this is not going to end well! I’m afraid but oh how I hope for a HEA for them!
    And Richard arrived, thank god now Darcy have a chance to get the hell out of that bloody thing with the Elliott’s 😝

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  9. Jennifer Redlarczyk says:

    Poor Darcy. He must feel like he is being strangled. I would love for him to speak with Elizabeth again, but maybe that won’t happen. I wonder if the colonel will shed any light for Lizzy. Hmmm.

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