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Publisher's Summary

Nature's a fickle thing. When four days of rain occur earlier in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice to trap Jane and Elizabeth Bennet at Netherfield Park, new romances, misunderstandings, and alignments are made. Volatile tempers never did well cooped up together. Not even when there's a chessboard to help pass the time. Fall in love with the romance of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet all over again in this new variation by author Elizabeth Ann West.
©2016 Elizabeth Ann West (P)2016 Elizabeth Ann West
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5 out of 5 stars
By Judy P. on 04-10-18

A game of chess played while learning to love

Where does To Capture Mr. Darcy rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The book was an awesome read. The audiobook lacks something to make the characters come to life the way others have done for me.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Mr. Bingley was so happy and oblivious to Darcy attraction to Elizabeth and Caroline obsession with the couple. His character never fails to amaze me.

What aspect of Nina Price’s performance would you have changed?

I’m not a fan sorry to say. Darcy, Lizzy, Jane, the Bingleys should come to life and she missed the mark.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I usually don’t stop listening to a book once I start, so I’m unsure if I count. I look forward to more of Elizabeth Ann West audiobooks, maybe with a new narrator.

Any additional comments?

If I can make a recommendation to anyone interested in Pride and Prejudice variations, all of the authors books make for excellent reads. I have never been disappointed.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Cyndi Arizpe on 05-03-17

the voice of the narrator is horrible

Would you try another book from Elizabeth Ann West and/or Nina Price?

Yes, I would try another book by the author, i actually would not mind buying the good. the narrator is horrible!!! It is because of the narrator that i stopped listening to the book. The voice is bland, her accent is horrible, she is very flat, makes reading mistakes, just bad, bad bad!!! get another narrator so i can go back to listening to the story!!

What was most disappointing about Elizabeth Ann West’s story?

I could not get into the story because of the bad narrator for the book!!

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Nina Price?

anyone but her . . .

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

i cannot say about the story . . . i will have to read the book because the audio is horrible

Any additional comments?


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4 out of 5 stars
By Binka on 05-14-18


I have loved this story since first reading it on the internet and was thrilled to find it on audible. While the narrator is not my first choice for a Darcy and Elizabeth story, I find that making use of the Narration Speed function in the audible player Has made listening to her much more enjoyable.
I do hope the rest of ms West’s books become available on audible soon, particularly the rest of the moralities of marriage series, as I don’t want to purchase the first two only to find I won’t be able to finish the story.
For those hesitating to bye this book due to the concerns raised by other reviewers over the choice of narrator, I urge you to give it a try, for with such superb story telling narration is secondary, even for a picky person like me.

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