Mr. Darcy’s Bad Day

Mr. Darcy is not having a very good day and it keeps getting worse, but the worse it is for him, the funnier it is for us.

In this book, while walking near the Longbourn grounds, Mr. Darcy takes a fall and injures himself being found by Miss Elizabeth Bennet, who promptly seeks help to take him to Longbourn and be seen by a doctor. I found the means of transportation and Mr. Darcy’s ramblings about it very funny; in fact, the entire opening pages are incredibly funny. I couldn’t stop laughing or smiling while reading this book, and consider it a very entertaining novella, perfect for someone who wants to have a good time. It can easily be read in one hour and it will for sure give readers a pleasurable time.

Apart from the humour, I enjoyed the fact that in this book Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth have intelligent and interesting dialogues, their rhetoric was noteworthy and it made me want to read future books from this author.

I also liked to see that both characters came to the rescue of one another in different circumstances. Elizabeth helps Mr. Darcy after his fall, and he comes to her rescue in a very gentlemanly manner when Mr. Collins becomes everything but gentlemanly towards her.

As the book is not very long Elizabeth’s character has to go through several changes very fast, but I believe this was successfully done, culminating with her outmaneuvering Lady Catherine in an impressive manner.

The epilogue was just amazing and I absolutely loved it, but you will have to read it to know why 🙂

Summing up, this is a small story that can be read very fast and will for sure make everyone smile. It’s perfect to be read between two longer and more serious books as it is a fresh and amusing story.

On Amazon the author describes this book as a timeless romance for the busy reader, and I perfectly agree with her. With so many events happening in our lives we have less and less free time to truly enjoy a longer romance so I really value these shorter stories, and given the quality on this one, I will be looking forward to the next releases from this author.

 

You can find Mr. Darcy’s Bad Day at:

Amazon.com

Amazon.co.uk

 

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24 responses to “Mr. Darcy’s Bad Day

  1. Glynis

    Thanks Rita! I’ve just bought this and now only have to finish the book I am reading then I will read this. I had looked at it but seeing your review convinced me that it was light and funny which is sometimes just what I need. (Especially when I run out of tissues!) 😱😂

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    • Oh yes… I would say this one is perfect after an angsty one Glynis. It is light, funny and well written 🙂 I will definitely buy another book from this author if she decides to publish any other.

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      • Glynis

        Oh Rita, what a funny book. I loved it! I really enjoyed this Darcy and as you said would definitely read similar books by this author. Like Elizabeth, i love to laugh!
        Thanks again for this post.

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  2. Mary

    ‘A perfect romance for the busy reader’!
    Sounds ideal!!
    Loved your review,Rita,and it’s very clear,in your enthusiastic response to this book,that toh loved every minute spent within its covers!! Sigh! 😉

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    • Thank you Mary 🙂 I did enjoy this book very much! Sometimes I like to go to amazon and search for new things to read. I saw this one shortly after it was released and couldn’t resist buying it. I can not say I regret it! It is a wonderful book 🙂

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  3. I hadn’t heard of this author but this sounds good. Sometimes you’re in the mood for something meaty and other times you want something quick and light 🙂

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    • It was a new author to me too Ceri. I discovered this book on Amazon, and the cover along with the blurb made me buy it. I’m glad I did because it is very good. And I was needing something lighter and faster to read, sometimes a quicker story is just what I need 🙂

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  4. One of the great things about following blogs like yours Rita, is when you bring a new author to our attention. I’ve just put this book on my Wish List and will be looking out for more by Christie Capps in the future. It’s great to be able to pick up a shorter, more light-hearted read inbetween longer, more angsty ones sometimes. This sounds to be just the book to fulfill that.
    Thanks for pointing it out to is.

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  5. Great review, Rita. I also appreciate Timeless Romance for the Busy Reader. I’m finding I have less and less time too.

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  6. What a delightful premise! Loved your review, Rita, and loved the gorgeous cover. Can’t wait to read this, and more by Chrissie Capps!

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  7. Sophia Rose

    I don’t think I’ve even seen this one and it sounds so fun. Love what you say about it. Thanks, Rita!

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  8. Sheila L. Majczan

    This book was gifted to me by Joy and I loved it. Hope to read more similar to this one. 5 star review posted.

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  9. Carole in Canada

    Lovely review Rita! This certainly sounds like a delightful story to read when one has either little time or needs a really good quick fix of Darcy & Elizabeth!

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  10. Dung

    Love the review, you definitely sparked my interest! Looking forward to reading it.

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  11. J. W. Garrett

    Loved your review Rita. And, I loved, Loved, LOVED this short story. OMG!! I laughed until I think I hurt myself. It was one of those stories where you need to read it to liven a hectic day or if you are having a horrible, terrible, very bad day of your own. Thanks for posting. JWG

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  12. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this story. It’s definitely on my wish list. Great review!

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  13. Maria

    I have this on my wish list. It sounded so good. And now with this post I can’t wait to get it.

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