The Makings of Mr. Darcy

  • by P O Dixon
  • Narrated by Pearl Hewitt
  • 16 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Darcy and the Young Knight's Quest Series Boxed Set with He Taught Me to Hope bonus scenes.
Book 1: He Taught Me to Hope
What if Elizabeth is promised to another when she meets Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the one man who captures her heart and imagination like no other? What's more, Darcy has an entanglement of his own - an engagement of a peculiar kind. As dire as their chance at happily ever after seems, is there a measure of hope by way of a strong and enduring bond between them?
Book 2: The Mission
Bennet Carlton captures our imaginations in He Taught Me to Hope. Join the precocious young knight as he embarks upon a mission to bring his Bennet and Fitzwilliam relations to Pemberley for Christmas, and in so doing, teaches his family to hope.
Book 3: Hope and Sensibility
Join Darcy, Elizabeth, and Ben on their travels to Kent, and then Hertfordshire, and finally back to Derbyshire and enjoy young Ben's exploits along the way.

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Loved The Little boy

I got this book via audiobook boom. The little boy is the main character to me in this story. I have read many adaptations of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth and by far this is one of the better ones. Elizabeth's son ahs a vivid imagination and uses it to get his mother and Mr. Darcy together. This one starts out very different from the other adaptations and also from the original story. But it is a good listen and the narration moved the story along.
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An Entertaining Pride and Prejudice Variation

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I found this P&P variation highly entertaining. It's very different but ties back to the original story very well. Elizabeth is previously married/widowed and has a son when she meets Darcy. As expected Darcy becomes enamored with Elizabeth and as usual it takes some time for them to actually to hook up but the conditions that get them together is very different. The differences in the other major characters are also entertaining and unexpected. The only part that had me less interested was Darcy's son. I think he took up too much of the story at the end. Nevertheless, this version of P&P is worth the time. Peal Hewitt does a great job with the narration. I must tell you that I received a free copy of this audiobook for an honest review.

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- Kathleen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-08-2016
  • Publisher: P. O. Dixon