Mr. Darcy and the Enchanted Library, Chapter 3 — 26 Comments

  1. Oh thank goodness they have to go together! Darcy needs to admit his error and find out who caused it in the first place! I think it was Lady Catherine who made him believe Elizabeth wasn’t magical? Hopefully he’ll get on his knees and apologise to Elizabeth?
    I’m loving this story and am trusting we’ll eventually have a happy ending for ODC and a suitable punishment for Wickham and whoever fooled Darcy.
    I have tried twice to subscribe to this but am still not getting emails, and there’s no way to request notification of a reply. 🙁

    • Glynis, I’ve just added a plug-in to allow you to request notification of replies. I’ll have to look into why you aren’t getting emails. As for the story – I guarantee a happy ending for ODC! And I totally agree that Darcy has some serious groveling to do. 🙂

        • We don’t send out a newsletter announcement for each chapter–we only get so many “free” emails per month. We will be posting every Wednesday, and we will announce it on the FB page as well.

        • Sorry to hear that, Nathalie. I’ve added a new method to get notifications for each new post. When you make a comment, there’s a check box at the bottom of the form that says ‘Notify me of new posts via email.’ Hope that helps!

  2. Knowing of Elizabeth from other stories, could she have feigned no magic to see if Darcy would stand by her notwithstanding her ‘deficiency?’ In other stories she has hidden her wealth in hopes that he loved her enough to overcome the lack of an adequate dowry.

    Then again, Lady Catherine could very well have sabotaged their relationship.

  3. Now I’m wondering who sabotaged her testing to make Darcy abandon her. He has some serious groveling to do. I’m enjoying this story so much.

Leave a Reply

HTML tags allowed in your comment: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

%d bloggers like this: