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Imperative: Volume 1: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice

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    Linda Wells(Author)

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Fitzwilliam Darcy is a man with a great many secrets to keep, one involves his sister, and the other involves his heart.The problem is, he cannot just keep the secrets.They demand attention, and action, and in hopeless times, a good man does not always think things through, even when he is desperately trying to do the right thing for the two most important women in his life.In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Fitzwilliam Darcy arrived in Ramsgate before his sister could leave with George Wickham.Things are not so easily remedied in this two-volume variation.This story contains scenes of a mature nature between a happily married couple.

Linda Wells worked for years in the environmental engineering world until she traded her career as a geographer for one as a mom to a challenging and really great son.After seeing the 2005 production of Pride and Prejudice, she bought a copy of Jane Austen’s novel and fell under the spell of her unforgettable characters and story.Eventually, a story of her own started nagging at her until she finally wrote it down.It has become a wonderful and rewarding experience to stretch her imagination, and with ideas for new stories still coming, she hopes to write many more.Ms. Wells is the author of Chance Encounters, Fate and Consequences, Perfect Fit, and the Memory series.

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Book details

  • PDF | 796 pages
  • Linda Wells(Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (22 Feb. 2012)
  • English
  • 2
  • Romance

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  • By janz on 7 February 2014

    great book, loved it, It is quite long, but a good story, I;m part way thru vol 2, loving it as well, There are some graphic love scenes in it but doesn't bother me.

  • By katymay on 29 July 2013

    I gave this five stars rather reluctantly as I felt that the author although expanding a good tale lingered far too much upon personal emotions between husbands and wives. I did not feel that her embellishments between Elizabeth and Will needed so much detail. The underlying story was told well and well. I would recommend this to all those who delight in alternatives to Pride and Prejudice.

  • By L. Stacey on 23 October 2016

    I thoroughly enjoyed both this book and it's follow up tale. They are among the best JAFF books I have read, and trust me I have read too many! Plenty of drama to keep me page turning, but not too much angst. No miscarriages stillbirths traumatic births or dead babies. Admitted some of the marital bedroom scenes could have been cut, and yes the American use of grammar does grate through a Regency tale. Having said that I quickly added others from this author to my Kindle. Would love a third in this series to follow up on Richard and Sophie and Georgiana Samuel Wickham and baby Hope

  • By Jean on 4 March 2015

    My review is based on both books. Linda Wells tells a good story, great plot, great romance, kept me reading but after a while sex scenes just padded the books.

  • By Bethlb on 5 December 2013

    As before with memory, it is a good story. I find American English aggravating to read as I am English, which is very different from American English.

  • By I. Anaya on 7 April 2016

    In my opinion this book has too many fillers, it could be half the length and not much would've been lost.. Characterization is a bit off sometimes I couldn't recognize our beloved characters, but that's bound to happen... The book was entertaining enough

  • By anu susan on 30 June 2013

    Sad! Jane Austen no longer lives. That seems to have given many people the license to insult her wonderful characters. I was so looking forward to reading this book, like a girl who has lost her first love trying to clutch on to her beloved's memories. I thought this was going to take me right where pride and prejudice had left off. It is just a cheap erotica!! Do you know what Elizabeth Bennett calls THE Fitzwilliam Darcy in this book? 'Will'!!!! I have nothing against the author writing an erotica, if that is what she chooses to do, but she should have labelled the book as such, not tried to sell it off as a P&P spin off. Guess the publishers are to blame for that. But my bubble has burst, my favourite characters lost!

  • By Glynis on 17 July 2015

    I love this book so much that I have read it numerous times. I was gripped from the first paragraph. It is such a different storyline and I really liked the fact that Darcy and Elizabeth faced all the problems together. It was such a great love story that I couldn't put it down and at almost 800 pages I must admit it severely affected my sleep (as in I didn't get much). I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone who is not offended by the readily expressed love between two people - personally I found it totally integral to the story and very tasteful! I have read the sequel and all other books by this author (also many times) and love them all. I can't wait for the next one to appear.

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