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While on an impromptu visit to Pemberly with Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner, Elizabeth Bennet comes upon Mr. Darcy as he swims in the lake on the grounds of the great house. Overcome with embarrassment, Elizabeth promises herself that she will drive all thoughts of Darcy from her mind, but that night her dreams are anything but chaste, and she must face the very real possibility thWhile on an impromptu visit to Pemberly with Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner, Elizabeth Bennet comes upon Mr. Darcy as he swims in the lake on the grounds of the great house. Overcome with embarrassment, Elizabeth promises herself that she will drive all thoughts of Darcy from her mind, but that night her dreams are anything but chaste, and she must face the very real possibility that she may indeed be deeply in love with this entirely disagreeable man... This sensual and steamy Pride and Prejudice intimate novella features our dear couple and is best read by those who are 18+....

Title : Pemberley Promise: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate
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ISBN : 34097816
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 15 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Pemberley Promise: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate Reviews

  • Nikel27
    2018-09-12 18:21

    free kindle book

  • EM Clark
    2018-09-23 17:13

    Pretty good, needs a little editingFirstly, I will read the next one, so the cliffhanger was well placed! Some slight editing issues involving incorrect words (2-4) or confusing sentences (only 2) would definitely clean this up. I am not a huge stickler for typos usually, but when the piece is this short, it is a bigger problem. I didn't feel a connection to Elizabeth until she starts walking to the lake, and thought she had assented too easily to visiting Pemberley unexpectedly. I also was distracted by her being called Lizzy in the descriptive text and not just conversation. Additionally, 'Eliza' is well known as a name Elizabeth hates, and as such, Mr Darcy, even and/or most especially in her dreams, would never call her that. It sounds silly perhaps, but it really kept me from falling into the emotions at the moment. Which I gather is the point here. ;)All of this being said, I have read much, MUCH worse, and did actually enjoy and respect the quality of writing. So, while I sincerely recommend some simple editing on the part of the author, if you enjoy a 'quickie' adult story about E and D, it's still worth a read!