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Open Your Eyes

Jann M Rowland

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ISBN 10: 0992000033 / ISBN 13: 9780992000035
Published by One Good Sonnet Publishing, 2014
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Title: Open Your Eyes

Publisher: One Good Sonnet Publishing

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First.

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Reader Feedback: “Great book! Darcy and Elizabeth MINUS stupid misunderstandings, angst over what the other feels, blah, blah, blah.” “A fun, light-hearted read!” “I enjoyed this book. It is clean and doesn't take any of the characters to extremes that leave you wanting to smack someone.” ***** When Elizabeth Bennet meets with Mr. Wickham in Meryton, he informs her of his past dealings with Mr. Darcy. During the course of this conversation, Elizabeth realizes that Mr. Wickham is perhaps not all he seems to be and that there may be more to the man than amiable manners and a handsome countenance. Though she decides she does not want to be involved with either of the men, she finds that it is not easy to extricate herself from the situation. One of the men turns out to be strangely compelling, and the other is intent upon inducing her to acknowledge that his version of events is correct. The further she is drawn into their intrigues, the more Elizabeth realizes that she may have misjudged the situation . . . and that her powers of observation might not be completely faultless in all cases. This tale of love and courtship tells the story of what might have happened had Elizabeth only opened her eyes and used some of her vaunted ability to sketch characters shortly after the beginning of her acquaintance with Mr. Wickham and Mr. Darcy. ***** “Some time or other he will be—but it shall not be by me. Till I can forget his father, I can never defy or expose him.” Elizabeth rolled the words around in her head, thinking that perhaps she had mistaken Mr. Wickham’s meaning. Had he instead been suggesting some other conviction? Or perhaps he had misspoken and inferred something wholly unintended? “Mr. Wickham, I shall not speak of such a matter, and I beg for you to drop the subject. The state of my relationship with anyone is a matter which is of absolutely no concern to you. You are completely unconnected with me, Mr. Wickham, and therefore, I must insist that you cease this line of questioning immediately.” For a unique Pride and Prejudice variation, try Open Your Eyes.

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When Elizabeth Bennet meets with Mr. Wickham in Meryton, he informs her of his past dealings with Mr. Darcy. During the course of this conversation, Elizabeth realizes that Mr. Wickham is perhaps not all he seems to be and that there may be more to the man than amiable manners and a handsome countenance. Though she decides she does not want to be involved with either of the men, she finds that it is not easy to extricate herself from the situation. One of the men turns out to be strangely compelling, and the other is intent upon inducing her to acknowledge that his version of events is correct. The further she is drawn into their intrigues, the more Elizabeth realizes that she may have misjudged the situation . . . and that her powers of observation might not be completely faultless in all cases. This tale of love and courtship tells the story of what might have happened had Elizabeth only opened her eyes and used some of her vaunted ability to sketch characters shortly after the beginning of her acquaintance with Mr. Wickham and Mr. Darcy.

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