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What if Elizabeth had refused to hear a negative word formed against Darcy by his former friend, George Wickham.
What if Elizabeth's heart and her mind had been so agreeably engaged with thoughts of the master of Pemberley that by the time his visit to Kent was drawing nearer to its end, Elizabeth was indeed expecting his proposal?
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By HeatherY on 02-14-18
A Sweet Quick Read
What if Mr. Darcy hadn't snubbed Elizabeth at the Meryton assembly, but had danced with her instead? What if he had allowed her to see the man he was instead of the prideful facade he showed to the world? In this variation, Lizzy falls for Darcy and she longs for his proposal. But with Lady Catherine and Mr. Collins to interfere, happily ever after isn't guaranteed for our favorite couple.
This is a sweet quick read I listened to in one sitting. It takes place in Kent, so the Bennett family isn't featured much, but we get plenty of Lady Catherine. I loved Darcy in this version, he knew what he wanted and how to go after it, and he knew when to keep quiet! This Lizzy was a bit more wishy washy than in canon, and strings poor Darcy along. There isn't much angst, and it's a nice sweet story. The narration was great, Pearl Hewitt brings the characters to life and is always a pleasure to listen to.
By Sophia on 02-27-15
A lovely Story
If you could sum up Expecting His Proposal: A Darcy and Elizabeth Short Story in three words, what would they be?
Expecting His Proposal met all my expectations once again, from reading the book to listening to the audiobook, it brought laughter, sighs and made me smile in happiness to listen to yet another master piece. Instead of making a horrible proposal in Hunsford, and Elizabeth being unaware of his feelings for her, she expects and hopes for his proposal. A little drama and anxiety enters the story when Colonel Fitzwilliam tells about Darcy helping Bingley away from Jane and their family.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I think my favorite character was Darcy or Elizabeth, as Pearl made them come really alive, and brought humor and love into their personalities and make the audience feel like they were present in the story.
Though Mr. Bennet's presence through his humorous letter did make him a close runner for favorite character.
What does Pearl Hewitt bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Pearl Hewitt brings humor and passion into the characters of the story, and brings them to life, which makes the story even better than if one only read the book.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I did listen to this book in one sitting, as it was funny, lovely, romantic and a delight to listen to Pearls narrating skills, with the characters of Darcy, Colonel Fitzwilliam, Charlotte, Mr. Collins, Jane, Mrs. Gardiner, Elizabeth, Mrs. Bennet and Mr. Bennet.
Any additional comments?
I can't wait to listen to further audiobooks from Pam and Pearl.