Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections

mr darcy's noble connections5 stars

I confess that when I bought this book my expectations were not very high. I’ve read dozens of P&P variations and the last ones were always a disappointment, but I was obviously unaware of the authors talent, or my expectations would have been very high indeed.

When I started reading Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections I could not believe it! I was finally reading something that was not only good, but marvelous! I was afraid the story would disappoint me as I continued reading, but it never did! In fact, everything about the book was close to perfection!

This variation takes us to a completely different scenario then P&P. Darcy and Elizabeth meet after the Hunsford proposal at Bentham Park, a house belonging to a mutual acquaintance, and it was refreshing to see a very different scenario with so many new interesting characters. These were excelente additions and the interactions between all characters were definitely a plus of the book.

Darcy and Elizabeth remain faithful to their own personalities and the interactions between them are absolutely wonderful. The love story in this book is amazing, it shows a connection and understanding between them that is very touching and romantic. Above everything the love story is touching and interesting without ever loosing propriety, which is always a plus for me. There is another love story in the book that keep me interested and that was also another positive point in the book.

I definitely recommend this to any P&P fan! Abigail Reynolds is one of the best JAFF authors, I’ve read and this book is a must read!

Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections available at:  – Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections: A Pride & Prejudice Variations – Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections: A Pride & Prejudice Variation


Filed under 5 stars, Pride and Prejudice

17 responses to “Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections

  1. Hi Rita, thanks for this amazing review! I am a huge fan of P&P and will definitely search for this book! 🙂

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  2. I haven´t read this book yet but after reading this review I am clearing missing out on this author. Thank you Rita for suggesting this book, I will enjoy it for sure!

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  3. Joana Moreira

    Rita, how could I’ve been missing out on this? Thanks for the lovely review! Your love for this book has left me very interested indeed. I’ll be definitely checking it out!

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    • Thanks Joana! Abigail Reynolds is, in my opinion, one of the best JAFF authors, and this is one of her best books. Don’t miss my next reviews, they might help you get to know other authors.


  4. Luciana Gouveia

    Thanks for all the info! When will you post another review?

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  5. Diana Inácio

    Rita, thank you for your review, you seem very passionate about the subject and made me want to learn more about it!
    Keep up the good work and looking forward for your next review!

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    • Thank you for your kind words Diana!
      I do love JAFF literature, and I hope this blog might help other JAFF lovers to know which books and authors are out there! I also hope it might help those who do not know much about JAFF to fall in love with it 🙂


  6. With a review like that I couldn’t add this title to my Must-read list fast enough! Many thanks to both Rita and Abigail (and of course Jane!).


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  9. Abigail Reynolds is one of my favorite jaff authors so all her books automatically get put on my wishlist but thanks to your review this one tops my list as my next read by her.


  10. kneyda

    Another that I must reread! Thanks for the review!


  11. A page turner for sure. Abigail Reynolds has now become one of my favourite jaff authors too . I will be looking for more of hers to read. A very cleverly put together story while being true to Elizabeth and Darcy’s characters. I really enjoyed the other love story included in the telling with all characters beautifully designed.


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