Nov 26, 2022
Progression Vol. 2: A Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice
Posted by Jodi L. Covey

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  • Title: Progression Vol. 2: A Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice
  • Author: Jodi L. Covey
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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Progression Vol. 2: A Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Best Read || [Jodi L. Covey] - Progression Vol. 2: A Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Progression Vol A Continuation of Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice A crucial card game a fencing match a battle and a ball Volume two continues in London where turmoil and conflict abounds as the Darcys try to make the best of their unavoidable first Season only

Barb

A stunning story of the time after marriage for Darcy and Elizabeth In this continuation, Elizabeth and Georgiana are entering the ton, and society is not being kind Darcy made a major misstep early in their marriage which has society tittering behind their hands that the marriage was a mistake he now regrets This can t be further from the truth, but the Darcy s are in a hole and need help to rise above.Lady Matlock has a plan and it involves Almacks and the frightening matrons who determine who [...]


Carole (in Canada)

My Rating 4.5 StarsImmediately after reading Volume 1, I started reading Volume 2 and found this to be the dynamic of the two volumes It immediately picks up where the last book left off providing depth to the story This is an engaging and well written sequel that bestows wonderful satisfaction to many details that were building up in Volume 1 There is so much that I have enjoyed in this story and look forward with great anticipation to Volume 3.


Sheila Majczan

This is now the second of how many in a series The author has been urged by her fans to continue on with her story as most of us have fallen in love with her style and her creativity in handling the ongoing saga of the Darcy Bennet Fitzwilliam deBourgh families I do NOT usually look for sequels as I so love variations on PP but I have a dear friend who has a blog Just Jane 1813 and likes sequels and, even in knowing my tastes, will point out sequels of fine quality so here I am not only loving t [...]


Carol Perrin

Progression Volume 2 A Continuation of Jane Austen s Pride and PrejudiceWonderful story Much going on with the Darcy and Fitzwilliam families The big push to get Elizabeth and Georgiana accepted by the ladies of the prestigious Almack s was a success The snobbish attitude brought out Elizabeth s impertinent remarks so they called her the Eccentric Mrs Darcy Caroline s love interest, Marquess Thornhaugh, makes a wager with Bingley to not marry if Bingley wins or marry should he loose Invited to a [...]


Susanne

I first read Progression now separated into two volumes on FanFiction, and I was enthralled I absolutely adored it, and re reading it now was even better A delightful continuation of Austen s Pride and Prejudice, chapters 1 36 may be found in Volume 1 and chapters 37 61 may be found in Volume 2 Starting with the Darcys double wedding with Bingley and Jane, we follow William and Elizabeth through their honeymoon period and into Elizabeth s and Georgiana s introduction into London Society at the b [...]


Madenna U

Luckily, I had both volume 1 and 2 with me when I started reading as they are really one story Again as the first there is no real ending Therefore, I assume that volume 3 or is coming out later The story, while enjoyable, is at this point like watching a good soap opera.


L Syl

Worth readingI disagree with the reader that only left one star this book is worth reading I look forward to the next volume.


Teresita

Interesting developmentsThe relationship between Darcy and Elizabeth is developing wonderfully, Georgiana is growing up, Richard understands lots of things, Anne finds her voice A great continuation, can t wait to read the next volume.


Leslie

We join this Episode of How the Regency World turns in progress Literally the first chapter is in the 30s As I read this I felt like I was watching a soap opera Lizzy has an announcementCaroline chooses poorlyCol Fitzwilliam goes to warThe Marquess exposes his dark sideGeorgiana comes out at AlmacksLizzy is declared eccentricAnne deBourg grows a spineKitty gets a suitorWickham is usefulYou get a chapter or two on one plot line and then move to another one and when you are finished you get quest [...]


pamela k cronister

Okay where s volume 3Seem to just get going really good and then suddenly it s over how dare it do this to me.


Elizabeth Bennet

This book didn t hold the joy that Vol 1 held for me In this book Lady Matlock is trying to elevate Lizzy s view in the ton after the rumors and whispering are all over London Rumors that Darcy is ashamed of his new bride and spends no time with her in public out of regrets Of course, you as the reader are aware that the Darcy s occupy their time in other ways and we all know how Darcy is in crowded public assemblies and social functions When he realizes how cruel she is being treated he feels h [...]


Sandra Gebhard

2nd book but not the lastI just as good as the first book I really wished I d realised there is supposed to be a 3rd I don t usually like reading serials unless they re all published or I know the author has a quick turn around time Oh, and the end of this book is technically a cliffhanger but not an unnecessarily contrived or awkward one.


Nicol Legakis

The sequel is another cliffhanger This series of novellas would have been better as one meaty volume I guess the author feared those who read PP fan fiction have short attention spans Still, I enjoy the writing.


Kerri

So boring, can t hold my interest at all Where s the fire between Darcy and Elizabeth And for heaven s sake, stop narrating the story and let the characters speak for themselves


Allison

Looking forward to part 3



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