The Falmouth Connection {Pdf} author Joana Starnes

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  • 01 March 2019
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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ The Falmouth Connection Starred Hunsford proposal is avoided – but before he could even begin to understand his luck adverse circumstances hasten to conspire against him and Fitzwillia. Audiobook Review Timely advice a trip into Cornwall a rival secret goings on and unreuited love lead to a sweet romantic adventure in this Pride Prejudice variation taleI had a good time with this story from first to last It engaged all my emotions it seemed I was amused by a series of blunders and mishaps saddened by the unreuited love and heartbreak moments and sighed with pleasure over the romantic scenes The hero Darcy really blunders and struggles in the beginning He s so cocksure and arrogant I enjoyed how the author showed his flaws and strengths and gave him some good growth moments The heroine Elizabeth has her own personal epiphany too Seeing them work through so much really had me rooting for them The rival part was an interesting development I think how this played out involved my only niggle about the storyI enjoyed the bit of intrigue and adventure next to the romance part which suited the Cornwall setting where things are not what they seem The big climax was built up to and worth it coming back to back with the turning point in the romance and other story threads The denouement came down slowly which was good so things could be settled and understood I was startled by a few of the minor characters story lines but not in a bad way Elizabeth s little sister Lydia was a surprise There is an interesting finish for her that I m still not sure how I feel about it because it was a twist that I didn t see comingI experienced The Falmouth Connection in the audio format Stevie Zimmerman was a fantastic match for this story She caught the tone pace and the characters so well The dialogue between characters was particularly well doneAll in all this variation of a classic took things on a fun romantic suspense style adventure I think those with some familiarity of Jane Austen s Pride Prejudice will get the most out of the story since it assumes the reader knows a bit of what came before the beginning of this story I enjoy each new outing with the author s works and will definitely be going back for I would recommend this to sweet historical romance fans andor those who enjoy classical story retellings

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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ The Falmouth Connection Just as Mr Darcy finally decides to propose to the enticing Miss Elizabeth Bennet she is summoned to Falmouth to meet a relation she never knew she hadThus the ill. No spoilers here just a dreamy sigh and a half eaten bar of chocolate to testify to this amazing story Joana never disappoints Her romance is so delicious her angst is so natural and each word is so carefully chosen to leave the reader with shivers and pounding pulse Never stop writing because I need some of this Darcy Classic Cars Calendar 2018: 16 Month Calendar just a dreamy sigh and a half eaten bar of chocolate to testify to this amazing story Joana never disappoints Her romance is so delicious her angst is so natural and each word is so carefully chosen to leave the reader with shivers and pounding pulse Never stop writing because I need some of this Darcy

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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ The Falmouth Connection M Darcy is compelled to follow the woman he loves to the far reaches of Cornwall into a world of deceit and peril where few – if any – are what they seem to be. Poor Darcy he receives so many depressing blows in this Pride and Prejudice variation First the day before he plans to propose and secure his future happiness Elizabeth is called away to meet a distant relation in Falmouth Then when he decides to propose anyway he is prevented by all sorts of interferences Mr Collins Colonel Fitzwilliam inclement weather etc And thenwhen Elizabeth seems like she might welcome a visit and proposal from Darcy in the future the very next day brings about a whole different attitude in her Why is she upset and standoffish with DarcyWhen poor Mr Darcy learns the reason why he hightails it to Falmouth to set things right but he has a lot going against him trying to fine Elizabeth s aunt s home without having the address a newly bestowed inheritance and a worthy wealthy and titled rival who has in the span of a few short weeks earned Elizabeth s respect and possibly her regardSuddenly all the wonderful things Mr Darcy has to offer and give Elizabeth don t seem as valuable or magnanimous as what she already hasHow I LOVE Joana Starnes s portrayal of Mr Darcy Without a doubt her depiction of a feeling privately emotive and intensely passionate Mr Darcy is uickly becoming one of my favorites The way Ms Starnes expressively denotes every myriad of feeling and thought of Mr Darcy is to be commended I think she takes delight in torturing him Mr Darcy s anguish sorrow hope and yearning can not but be tangibly felt by the reader As I read this novel my eyes were stinging with unshed tears and I could feel my own heart swell with sympathy and love for Darcy s pent up emotions and suffering Ahh so romantic Such palpable and evocative proseBesides her swoon worthy and ardent Darcy the other aspect I most enjoy with Joana Starnes s writing is the originative and varied alterations she creates with these characters Tired of reading similar variations about Darcy s unsuccessful first proposal in Hunsford Parsonage or Lydia causing trouble just as Darcy and Elizabeth are about to reach an understanding Try a variation by Joana Starnes she adeptly invents new thoughtful premises and scenarios for our dear couple With The Falmouth Connection I especially enjoyed the visit to Cornwall and new characters she introduced These new characters were well drawn and interesting and the scenery around Cornwall so vividly and breathtakingly describedIf I was in the mood to be persnickety which I know I can be sometimes I might say that seeing about the smugglers and their activities would have been interesting This sinister gang of nefarious individuals were a great deal overshadowed by Darcy s emotional upheaval and internal struggles But in truth I really have no cause to repineI think Ms Starnes employed her page time much better Brooding fervent persevering frustrated protective and brave Ms Starnes s depiction of Darcy in this novel is everything that is admirable and worthy proving that Mr Darcy is indeed the penultimate romantic hero But readers must be warned to prepare their hearts before they read thisnovel because not only does Darcy steal tempting kisses in the night but he also valiantly and capably brandishes a sword to safeguard his beloved Elizabeth faints away in a swoon 3I can hardly wait to see what Joana Starnes does with Mr Darcy next Like Ms Starnes s previous Pride and Prejudice variations The Falmouth Connection is exuisitely and expressively written and most certainly not to be missed The Lost Heiress just as Darcy and Elizabeth are about to reach an understanding Try a variation by Joana Starnes she adeptly invents new thoughtful premises and scenarios for our dear couple With The Falmouth Connection I especially enjoyed the visit to Cornwall and new characters she introduced These new characters were well drawn and interesting and the scenery around Cornwall so vividly and breathtakingly describedIf I was in the mood to be persnickety which I know I can be sometimes I might say that seeing about the smugglers and their activities would have been interesting This sinister gang of nefarious individuals were a great deal overshadowed by Darcy s emotional upheaval and internal struggles But in truth I really have no cause to repineI think Ms Starnes employed her page time much better Brooding fervent persevering frustrated protective and brave Ms Starnes s depiction of Darcy in this novel is everything that is admirable and worthy proving that Mr Darcy is indeed the penultimate romantic hero But readers must be warned to prepare their hearts before they read thisnovel because not only does Darcy steal tempting kisses in the night but he also valiantly and capably brandishes a sword to safeguard his beloved Elizabeth faints away in a swoon 3I can hardly wait to see what Joana Starnes does with Mr Darcy next Like Ms Starnes s previous Pride and Prejudice variations The Falmouth Connection is exuisitely and expressively written and most certainly not to be missed