Mr. Darcy and the Enchanted Library, Chapter 6 — 17 Comments

  1. So he finally did kiss her, it’s a shame she didn’t know it! Poor Miss Carteret, I do wonder who these patronesses are? They’re obviously biased against certain people as I’m sure they decide who shall bond and who shan’t (or at least one of them does!)
    I’m really enjoying this 🥰🥰

    • Hi Glynis, I knew I wanted to end with a kiss. I just wasn’t sure how I would do it at first. I’m glad you liked the chapter!

  2. I begin to wonder what the criteria is actually being used to declare young women *not* magical enough. The healer seemed to be quite strongly magical. The spellcasters also had plenty of magical ability and control. I’m wondering if this would be a subplot eventually.

    Meanwhile, an excellent chapter and interesting additional information about this world.

    • I can give you a hint. A young lady with magic is considered to be a failure if she cannot bond with a magical familiar during a test in front of the Patronesses. But to find out more about the Patronesses and how fair their tests are, you will just have to keep reading!

  3. I wonder why magical familiars became the benchmark. Perhaps their numbers are limited and so the Patronesses are being exclusive like the Patronesses of Almacks were?

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