Happy New Year’s Eve! Another 50 Shades of… Jane? short. — 17 Comments

  1. What a great start to the weekend Leslie 😊. Oh Lizzy!!!! What kind of idiot is she leaving a bed with Darcy in the same room??? I really hope she comes to her senses soon and realised that the man still around while she is drunk and sick is definitely a keeper. Thanks so much Leslie and I really hope 2017 will bring all these posts and more together in one book 😃 pretty please?

    • We’ll see! It’s definitely starting to take more shape with each short, isn’t it. Though I know I need more of Jane and Bingley’s perspectives since the original started with Bingley. I’m not used to so many points of view! Yikes! Thanks, Glynis!

  2. Wow, rough start to the New Year, much less, to her continuing “relationship” with our man, Darcy.

    I hope all the readers take much better care with their drinks…and don’t drive this New Year’s Eve. Happy New Year to all and then – thanks for this snippet…amusing.

  3. Leslie, that was so fun! I could never keep up with Lizzy’s drinking. Ha! I smell the stuff and get lightheaded. Cute story. I wonder what their next encounter will bring. Ha Ha!

    • I’m drinking a glass of champers at the moment. I drank a lot of water earlier and my husband and I only have the one bottle though. Well, we’re not far from Hunsford unless I decide to make the limo ride Hunsford. LOL! Can always go back and write that. Thanks and Happy New Year, jen!

    • Thanks, Patty! I enjoy them. It’s a nice break from what I’m writing at the moment which has moments of humour, but is mostly pretty serious. I’m just glad everyone seems to be enjoying the product of my rather warped sense of humour. Happy New Year!!

    • I don’t know where that one came from. I just couldn’t remember it ever being used before. Darcy does tend to look as though he’s having an internal snit 😉 Thanks and Happy New Year, Florence!

  4. Rough at to “enjoy” a New Year’s Eve party. Not remember! She should thanked lucky stars that Darcy took her home and not Collins or Wickham. So enjoy these little vignettes.

    • Well, Darcy did kind of attach himself to her hip once he’d realised she had too much to drink. Probably why she kept drinking. LOL! She is fortunate it wasn’t Collins or Wickham, but I think Richard would’ve been right there if Wickham had tried something. She’s remembering with time. I imagine she will be rather mortified after she remembers all. Thanks, Carol!

  5. Poor Lizzy!! I’ve never been drunk (and never want to be), but this was definitely as close as I’d want to get!

    I hope that there will be a Part II to this tale! 😉

    Thank you, Leslie!!

    Happy New Year!
    ~Susanne 🙂

    • I’ve never been that drunk. I will say that. I hate the way it feels, but I do know that it is easy to not realise how fast or how much you’re drinking in a stressful social situation. We’ll see about the part two. I feel like I’m forming a timeline out of order in a sense. Hopefully, I can link them all together for some fun once I’m finished with what I’m writing at the moment. 🙂 Thanks, Susanne!

  6. Oh Lizzy…I’m surprised you could function at all after that! I imagine Darcy is in a panic when he wakes and find her gone! Luckily he knows how to return her phone and meet up again! Haha! I’m going to have to read Darcy’s mortification on on Halloween. Don’t know how I missed that!
    Happy New Year Leslie!

  7. Oh this is such fun, Leslie. I’ve only just got around to reading it. I’m another who had a snigger at “Snitzwilliam”! Please, please carry on writing these tales and one day, compile them all into a book for us.

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