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SUMMARY ↠ His Frozen Heart è Can she melt his heart of stoneMr Fitzwilliam Darcy arrived in Hertfordshire with his sister's words ringing in his ears You have a heart of stone He had no reason to doubt Georgiana Darcy Or so he thought until he met Miss Elizabeth BennetEach time he was in her company Miss Elizabeth's impertinence chipped away at Darcy wPped away at Darcy with her wit and kindness By the time autumn turned into winter he was captivated In the springtime Darcy felt stirrings of love By summer he would do whatever it took to convince her he was a worthy gentleman with a warm heart brimming with tender affection This variation of Jane Aust. This is a really lovely short read which essentially offers Darcy's point of view of Pride and Prejudice with a few other minor changes which serve to help us better understand his point of view The starting position is that Georgiana takes a very hostile view of Darcy's involvement with Wickham leading Darcy to conclude his heart is frozen and he has no feelings He decides to make effort to thaw it but it happens by itself and not in the way he expected This is a really interestingly written book it skips over all the main incidents of the plot line in Pride and Prejudice with a brief nod to them as we instead hear about Darcy's thoughts and feelings Lady Catherine's conversation with him about the 'Bennet tart' was a particular highlight I think it's a real shame Jane Austen didn't treat the reader to this aspect of Pride and Prejudice but I think it may well have gone just like it did in this storyReally enjoyable short sweet read

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En's Pride Prejudice is a 20000 word glimpse into the Regency life of a man of means who learns to value the love of a good woman than the wealth and position he was born into as the master of PemberleyThis story is appropriate for all readers who should be familiar with the original story by Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice from Mr Darcy's point of view A retelling of Pride and Prejudice from Mr Darcy's POV The story of how Mr Darcy fell in love with Miss Elizabeth BennetVenturing down this familiar path inside Mr Darcy's head was entertaining and enlightening Beautifully written with depth and thoughtfulness I absolutely loved every minute that lead to the swoon worthy proposal I heartily recommend this book

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His Frozen HeartCan she melt his heart of stoneMr Fitzwilliam Darcy arrived in Hertfordshire with his sister's words ringing in his ears You have a heart of stone He had no reason to doubt Georgiana Darcy Or so he thought until he met Miss Elizabeth BennetEach time he was in her company Miss Elizabeth's impertinence chi. This is a pretty much a straight up re telling of Pride and Prejudice from Darcy's point of view rather than Elizabeth's Maybe you're a JAFF lover who's read books following this formula before Doesn't matter Read this one anywayWhat's new in this interpretation is that Darcy is emotionally stunted His father wouldn't allow him to cry for his mother when she died the Heir of Pemberley has a certain reputation to uphold even at only twelve years old Then Darcy had to hold it together when his father died He'd suddenly inherited the responsibility of Pemberley and all the other Darcy holdings with no one he could trust to lean on He didn't have the time to grieve And Georgiana is a typical adolescent who believes her older brotherfather figure is unreasonably cruel in separating her from her true love George Wickham And with Darcy a major target for every marriage minded young lady in London he avoids showing even a hint of interest in any of them including the cloying Miss Bingley He's become a slave to his duties and responsibilities and he doesn't have the luxury of allowing himself to FEEL anythingUntil he comes to Hertfordshire and Elizabeth Bennet He can't help feeling interested in her despite himself Even though the reader knows he still appears glacial in his mind he's leading her on by observing her as closely as he does and engaging her in conversation as often as he does Gradually her influence makes him want for himself than just duty and responsibility He wants happinessThere are brief snippets lifted from canon but most of the time the author tells the story in her own words It's in third person and beautifully presented from Darcy's perspective At novella length it doesn't take long to read but it doesn't need any additional pages I love itContent is clean