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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I’m sad to say that besides witnessing more of the affectionate and ardent union between Darcy and The ruling passion linda berdoll, this book held little appeal for me — even less than Book Two. I have just picked up my copy of the first book in this series as I make my way through my Austen TBR list. This one was choppy and there were too many storylines going that just didn’t catch.

I too did not find these books to be the best. It was just silly nonsense.

Matches Made at Netherfield. Darcy Takes A Wifewhen the Darcys were newly married and their conjugal proclivities numerous — and ubiquitous— this latest offering does not focus as much on those amorous seductions. I had to force myself to read as much as I did.

At least the first one. We appreciate your feedback. I thought it was an interesting turn of events to have Lady Howgrave, once again, come into contact with the Darcys. It is the kind of sweeping generalisation that does reviewers no credit. I might add, unlike the Mr. It’s not that the book was bad per se, but the plot line was kind of sketchy and all over the place. The ruling passion linda berdoll, when it comes to “Pride and Prejudice” and Darcy and Elizabeth, I can’t put it down, just the way I did with the first two in this trilogy.

The Companion of His Future Life. Time and children had not mitigated their passion whatsoever. Her disorder has the entire family in a state of agitation. Book 3 of Linda Berdoll’s variations continues the the ruling passion linda berdoll love between Darcy the ruling passion linda berdoll Elizabeth.

Three Weeks in Kent: Like the second, this was an enjoyable enough historical bawdy romp which benefited from severing all association with the original because what she does with the characters grates too much. Jul 04, Audra rated it it was ok. One book was more than enough. Thank you for recognizing that I was not referring to her books but the many writers of the romance sub-genre with throbbing, pulsing Darcys.

I can’t believe I just said that.

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However, what I enjoyed of it was the relationship between Darcy and Elizabeth. I enjoy these books like a guilty pleasure!

Oct 13, Nickie rated it liked it. Jan 17, Alethea rated it liked it Shelves: Apr 13, Allegra rated it liked it.

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bberdoll The chapters were shorter which meant that the switching between characters might have just made it seem so, but, either way, I was grateful for it.

Apr 22, Elizabeth West added it. No, I can’t recommend it. Darcy as they approach nearly a decade of the ruling passion linda berdoll married. Ms Berdoll’s style stayed consistent through the series. How to write a great review.

Jan 24, Alicia rated it really liked it Shelves: Jul 25, Chantal rated it did not like it. Buy the eBook Price: Jan 01, Lindsey rated it really liked it Shelves: Someone gave me a heads up on this one already.

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More often then not the plot points and new characters bordered on ridiculous. The ruling passion linda berdoll being said, you can understand my pain in having to be honest when writing that I was not blown away by this third installment of a beloved series. I wish I felt the same way about Darcy and Elizabeth: It is an all-encompassing, witty, passionate, and epic novel that has had a huge impact in the Austenesque community and an ilnda of success!

Lydia is the biggest failure of Mrs Bennet.