Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twenty-Nine

Chapter Twenty-Nine

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

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22 Responses to Mr Darcy’s Persuasion – Chapter Twenty-Nine

  1. Glynis says:

    Phew! Phew! At last Elizabeth knows the whole truth of Wickham and his disgusting lies.
    Now if only Darcy can discover what error the despicable Elliot daughter made things could maybe start to improve for him? I’m hoping this happens sometime soon!

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  2. lsantoroau says:

    counting the days until i can buy a copy!

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  3. Kim P. says:

    I think I’m going to need this in paperback so I can go back to re-read my favorite parts. And because that cover is just so gorgeous. Thank you for posting all of these chapters. I can’t wait to read the entire story.

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  4. sheilalmajczan says:

    Great chapter. Finally Elizabeth knows the truth about Wickham but how will she be able to communicate that she realizes her error to Darcy? And how can he untangle himself from E.E.? Looking forward to the rest of the story. Thanks for sharing here.

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  5. Everyone is taking tiny steps in the right direction!

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  6. Bonnie K. says:

    I’m looking forward to getting the book to read everything again. At last, things are looking up.

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  7. Well the drama is being cleared for Elizabeth as we speak! Well well I hope that Elizabeth has learnt something from her very enlightening conversation with Col.Fitzwilliam
    Anne and Wentworth, oh I hope they remain together even when the truth are revealed

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  8. Sam H. says:

    It occurs to me we get to see a young and lively aspect of Captain Wentworth, without the bitterness which was so apparent be in Persuasion.
    It’s nice to have a glimpse of what their relationship might have been when they were younger.

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  9. Cristina says:

    I cannot wait for the full book. This is turning out to be one of my favourite JAFF adaptations. What a treat! Now I will rea chapter 30 and be sorry that we have to wait a bit for the rest…

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