Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapters Twenty-Seven & Twenty-Eight

Chapters Twenty-Seven & Twenty-Eight

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

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25 Responses to Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapters Twenty-Seven & Twenty-Eight

  1. Cristina says:

    Well this is somewhat of a cliff-hanger already, Cass and Ada… I am enjoying it very much and I just wish I could read the rest of the book in one go… I ‘ve placed my order…

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  2. Kim P. says:

    I love the scene with a Darcy and Elizabeth in the library. I suspect Darcy has gone to London to see Bingley. And now Elizabeth is about to learn the truth about Wickham, thank goodness! If only Anne could tell the Captain the truth, I know it has to come out eventually. Thank you for two chapters!

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  3. Glynis says:

    At last! Elizabeth now knows it was Wickham who preyed on Georgiana. Thank you! Now I think she should be told of the blackmail by Wicked Walter and his despicable daughter as I’m certain she could think of a solution!
    A cliffhanger? With release not until March? Tut tut!

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  4. Thank you for posting 2 chapters.
    Everything is so uncertain. One couple is together, yet not – the other couple is apart. Ugh!
    And now we have the promise of another cliffy! How you delight in vexing me!
    😊

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  5. sheilalmajczan says:

    Well at least now Elizabeth knows that Wickham is not all he claimed to be and that she should suspect what he told her about Darcy. I realize that there are a lot of chapters to go but do wish Darcy could find a way to get out of his obligation to E. E. Hate having to wait to read the rest of the story. I am so looking forward to learning how Darcy gets on and how Elizabeth finally sees the true man. Thanks for sharing these chapters. Stay safe. We are now getting snow and expect from 9 to 15 inches going into Tuesday.

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  6. Deborah says:

    Excellent! And satisfyingly clever to have Elizabeth’s mind work for the reveal of Wickham’s perfidy. And the pieces of the good Captain’s memory keep clicking into place. I’m eager for the entire story, cliff hangers and all!

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  7. Bonnie K. says:

    At last! Elizabeth now knows about Wickham. I look forward to getting the book so that I can read it in one go. Thank you much for sharing these chapters with us.

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  8. Sam H. says:

    Oh my goodness! Finally. Thank you so much for sharing. And 20 more chapters to go, how wonderful.
    I do have a small note, with respect, I think Anne sits on the settee and not settle? Or I could be wrong…

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    • Cass says:

      Hi Sam!

      A settle is a piece of furniture – a wooden bench, usually with arms and a high back, long enough to accommodate three or four sitters. If you look on Google Images, you’ll see what they look like! 😊

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  9. And you don’t call that a cliff hanger already, Cass and Ada?!
    Gosh I wish I had the rest of the book so I could finish this drama and get to the point where Anne and Wentworth and Darcy and Lizzie will have their HEA! You two ladies seriously know how to get your reader through the whole spectrum of feelings while reading your book! 😱🥺💖🥰😤🤔❤️

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  10. Hollis says:

    Thanks for nothing, Cass!!! Leaving us hanging like that is not very nice of you two I must say. But at least Elizabeth has an inkling of Wickham’s perfidy.

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