Mr. Darcy and the Enchanted Library, Chapter 13 — 12 Comments

  1. These weekly posts are killing me! I know patience is a virtue but it’s definitely hard sometimes.
    I do hope Wickham is punished accordingly as well as Alaine? Galon is obviously determined to save Georgiana no matter what, as is Fitzwilliam but I truly hope that it’s Darcy and Elizabeth who are successful.

  2. It was surprising to open up back at Pemberley again, after such painful truths revealed by ODC last week.
    There is a part of me a little skivied by the Gallon/Georgiana love thing. All my brain could think was – what is their age difference and how young was she exactly when he first saw her…?
    On top of that, there see!Ms to be something completely corrupt about that council and how they ‘throw’ the testing of young ladies they have a grudge against!!!

    • I know what you mean about the Galon/Georgiana affair, but this does take place 5 years after the action of Pride & Prejudice, so Georgiana is now 21. Still pretty young to be in love with a fae prince, but much better than if she’s 16!

    • I can see what you mean about Galon and Georgiana. The way I imagine it is that they did not fall mutually in love when they met and she was 16. I think she was older. It was gradual and Georgiana was in the middle of falling in love before she knew it began. As for Galon, well, I don’t think the Fae concern themselves with human conventions about age. And definitely those council members are certainly suspicious.

  3. Oh more layers!!! The part of the “patronesses did not provide suitable choices” makes me look back at the other tests that have been mentioned and wonder what other games these “ladies” are playing. I think I like Georgiana & Galon and that “When a fae falls in love, it is for life” as then I know that Georgiana will truly be loved.

  4. I had to go back to the beginning and reread before catching up. I am loving all the twists and turns. And I repeat my earlier request that this one be published as a kindle book for us to buy!

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