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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Giveaway: Mr Darcy's Undoing by Abigail Reynolds

Remember yesterday, in my review of Abigail Reynolds' Impulse & Initiative (aka "To Conquer Mr. Darcy), how I mentioned that you might want to keep an eye out for another giveaway from her?

Mr Darcy's Undoing by Abigail Reynolds
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319 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Sourcebooks Landmark
What could possibly make a proper gentleman come completely undone?
What if Elizabeth Bennet accepted the proposal of another before she met Mr. Darcy again? In Abigail Reynolds' bold and playful retelling of the Austen classic, a devastated Mr. Darcy must decide how far he is willing to go to win the woman he loves. Consumed by jealousy, he knows that winning her will throw them both into scandal and disgrace, but losing her is unbearable. Mr. Darcy is going to have to fight for his love, and his life. . .

Along with her giveaway of Mr Darcy's Noble Connections, Abigail has offered up a second giveaway! This time, it's for a paperback of Mr Darcy's Undoing, which I know I'm not the only one who wants to get their greedy little grabby-hands on. ;)
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  1. Thanks to Austenland, I'll say JJ Feild!

  2. This is the only Pemberley variation I haven't read, keep meaning to get it.

  3. As much as I love Austen, I STILL haven't read any variations of her novels. I have to start somewhere right? :-) Thanks for the giveaway!

    1. And as for who I'd like to see play Darcy...hmm...maybe Henry Cavill? I think I just have Superman on the brain ;-)

  4. I would love to see Richard Armitage play Mr Darcy!!!

  5. There's no one I really *want* to see play Darcy, not until the memory of Colin Firth fades.

  6. Is it crazy to say Benedict Cumberbatch? I really would want a British hero, and he's so yummy. I know he's Sherlock and maybe that's good enough, but I say the more Darcy the better, the more Cumberbatch the better. mmmmmm

  7. Hugh Jackman might make a good Darcy!

  8. I can't recall his last name, but he was Prince Caspian in Narnia: Prince Caspian. Ben???

    I think he is the right age and could do a brooding stare very well.

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  9. Best Darcy EVER would be Richard Armitage or Michael Fassbender! ♥ I just picture them as Darcy always ♥

    1. YES on Richard Armitage! Have you seen North & South, with him as Mr Thornton, Ana? If not, watch it. Trust me. =D

  10. Michael Fassbender...swoon. Henry Cavill could do it justice, plus there would be PLENTY to see coming out of the pond. That Superman suit left little to the imagination!

  11. I am not sure if I saw a Darcy about a week ago. The Darcy in question was the latest one, Matthew Rhys who is playing Mr Darcy in the Death Comes to Pemberley. If it wasn't him, this man was the image of him, but I didn't like to gawp at him too much, in case he was just some bloke on a day trip! I just googled him and he is from the same city as me so it's possible.

    As for who I'd like to see playing Darcy, I am happy with Colin Firth circa 1995, but if we must have a new one I like Richard Armitage and Henry Cavill.

  12. Hugh Jackman might make a good Darcy... but he may be a bit too old to be playing someone in their late 20s.

  13. This book has been on my wish list for ages (literally years)!

  14. Yay! Thanks so much! I am so excited to read this. I read P&P once a year and I got a new copy for this year's reading. So I think I will be reading them back to back.


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