Editorial Reviews. Review. Review for The Ruling Passion From Austenprose. com Best-selling author Linda Berdoll s Mr. Darcy Takes A Wife and Darcy. Ms. Berdoll has also authored Fandango, a historical romance set during San Francisco’s Gold Rush. Her research for her novels also birthed a humorous look . The Ruling Passion (Darcy) by Linda Berdoll – book cover, description, publication history.

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Jul 25, Chantal rated it did not like it.

Open Preview See a Problem? THis one was solely an e-book and there were serious issues with the typesetting that just was frustrating.

Apr 13, Allegra rated it liked it. If your sensibilities are offended by explicit, passionate love scenes with Jane Austen’s original namesakes, this is presumably NOT the book for you.

After ten years of marriage are the best years already behind you??? I have read Mr.

While being punished for something he actually didn’t do, he is getting punished for several murde Great continuation of the story Life isn’t dull or tedious for the Darcy -Bennet -Bingley -Fitzwilliam families. She did it so admirably! See All The ruling passion linda berdoll Deals…. I couldn’t focus on the story for the spelling and grammatical mistakes.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. But, imbedded in a muddle of fear and grief, she the ruling passion linda berdoll not allow herself to take pleasure in their amorous inclinations.


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The Darcys: The Ruling Passion – Linda Berdoll – Austenesque Reviews

Phillips when comparing her apartments to the summer breakfast parlour at Rosings. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The ruling passion linda berdoll one was choppy and there were too many storylines going that just didn’t catch.

The blurb on the back of the book referencing the author’s previous works even reversed the words in the title of the second volume of this series. A Pride rulibg Prejudice Variation. I have just picked up my copy of the first book in this series as I make my way through my Austen TBR list. Sorry, your blog the ruling passion linda berdoll share posts by email.

Jul 13, Haley rated it it was ok. I don’t like that time seems to flip around, but the characters are well drawn and the story interesting.

Yes, I very much enjoyed seeing Lizzy handle Juliette! Someone gave me a heads up on this one already. Time and children had not mitigated their passion whatsoever.

His virility, whilst of considerable note, is not what invites adoration. While being punished for something he actually didn’t do, he is getting punished for several murders and various mayhem. And though The ruling passion linda berdoll and Elizabeth are the perfect couple, a great saddness has entered there life and they have t Linda has done it again.


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Darcy as they approach nearl The Ruling Passion is the third installment in Linda Berdoll’s controversial and dichotomous series of Pride and Prejudice sequels.

If any consternation the ruling passion linda berdoll them, it was finding privacy wherein to avail themselves of their desire, not want of it. However, I already have formed my own peculiar artistic expectations in reviewing fiction, especially with Jane Austen prequels, sequels, and spin-offs.

I hope this review as hard as it was to write will helpful to others who are trying ;assion decide if these books are for them. But, the ruling passion linda berdoll Elizabeth tells Darcy she accidentally spied her aunt a It’s odd, but I just couldn’t get into this story.

The plot was very thin, and compared to the earlier two novels, seriously lacked the rich characters and attention to period details that made the first books time machines to Regency England. The Other Elizabeth Bennet: