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A Searing Acquaintance I Don T Know Why I Ever Thought We Made Sense Smart, Educated People Are Fools In Love, Especially When They Re Mired In Denial And Misunderstanding In This Modern Spin On Jane Austen S Classic Tale, Elizabeth Bennet, A Grad Student With Literary Aspirations, Has Found Her Big Career Break And Broken Up With Yet Another Forgettable Boyfriend While Grateful For The Professional Lifeline Thrown By Sports Agent George Wickham, She Is Intrigued By The Man She Calls Mr Noir Fitzwilliam Darcy, Marked By Tragedy, Is A Man Accustomed To Living His Life In The Spotlight Even As His Heart Dwells On The Dark Side Of Loneliness When He First Meets Elizabeth, He Thinks She Looks Like A Bloody Pumpkin, But He Soon Sees So Much She, However, Can T Even Decide What To Call Him Mr Noir Nurse Darcy Sleazy British Playboy Ferdinand So, It S Fitzwilliam, Right That S An Amazing Name, You Know Which Came First The Name Or The Accent He Looked At Her Oh, Come On It S Like The Name Of A Subdivision Or A Sofa At Pottery Barn Please Note The Extra Firm Cushions On The Fitzwilliam Can An Accidental Encounter That Leads To Shocking Intimacy Change The Course They Ve Both Set And Bring Them Into Love S Light Or Will They Stay Mired In Cold Words And Angry Misunderstandings, Overshadowing The Deep Connection They Each Feel Getting Beyond Their Own Mistakes To Find Each Other Again Is One Thing They Also Have To Heal The Wounds Of Their Pasts Can They Do That Together


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10 thoughts on “A Searing Acquaintance

  1. says:

    This is one of theemotional versions of Pride and Prejudice I ve ever read It incorporates many of the characters and major elements of that book, but I wish I had the words to describe what a beautiful and sensitive retelling this truly is.Elizabeth and Jane Bennet are the products of a very broken home Their mother, Sylvia, abandoned them and their father, Ted, the day after Elizabeth s 8th birthday He has since married Barbara, who


  2. says:

    The author has my admiration as to her in depth looks at Elizabeth s and Darcy s thoughts and feelings Loved this Darcy and loved her interpretation of various events and characters from canon in this modern take off of Pride and Prejudice set mainly in the northeast USA NYC, the Hamptons, NJ, etc Yes, even Catherine Fitzwilliam de Bourgh is written as someone of interest The language is all her own and is told in a way that I am sure w


  3. says:

    An emotional, in depth, and romantic modern adaptation cannot believe this is the author s first book


  4. says:

    Take one Fitzwilliam Darcy,a handsome,shy and rather quiet man,an eligible batchelor who,behind the mask presented to strangers is lonely and sometimes,quite alone Add to this mixture one Elizabeth Bennet,a fiercely independent,outspoken and aspirational writer,the victim of a dysfunctional family,divorced parents, absentee mother and the perfect foil to said F.Darcy Blend these two strong willed and adorable characte...


  5. says:

    A Searing AcquaintanceExcellent modernization story of Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice The characters meet at a football game for the University of Meryton They are in Jane s boss s skybox The stiff uptight Darcy and loveable Charles are seated several rows behind Jane, Elizabeth, and Charlotte Charles, always looking out for a beautiful blonde young lady, gravitated to Jane Telling Darcy that he s going down to introduce himself, Charles m


  6. says:

    Just what it should beThis is THE perfect modern adaptation of PP I m glad it didn t spend a ton of time on Wickham and it gave ODC believable backstories Knowing why Darcy was so sad and serious finally made sense.


  7. says:

    A searing acquaintance is a very particular modern retelling of Pride and prejudice It, actually, doesn t retrace exactly the events of Austen s novel but it reinterprets them, mixes them up and inverts them giving all the novel a very strong sense of reality and credibility Darcy and Elizabeth are two real characters that have bad experiences behind the shoulders and that struggle to be themselves with others Their feelings are believable and th


  8. says:

    This was an absorbing, emotional and realistic modern adaptation of Pride Prejudice The book description provides the premise of the story but there is muchdepth to it Elizabeth and Jane Bennet are products of a broken home and a dysfunctional family Elizabeth hides her pain behind humour and wit that at times can be brilliant or sarcastic Jane just hides behind a veneer of everything is fine Both have trust issues but Elizabeth also had her sports


  9. says:

    This Pride and Prejudice adaption was wonderful I loved it


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Moderns are not my thang.


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