Miss Darcy’s Parisian Pin – Chapter Two – Jane Odiwe — 11 Comments

  1. How sweet, Jane. Poor lovelorn Georgiana. The relationship between Georgiana & Lizzy is all I imagined it to become….the older, comforting sister for Georgiana. I like how Lizzie mentioned Jane’s predicament with Bingley and how they were eventually reunited. It gave Georgiana hope & logically she realizes that if she and Antoine don’t remain apartvit means their relationship was weak and not meant to be. I wonder what will happen? Lizzie’s thoughts that a trip to Bath might help solve all their problems….what problems besides Georgiana’s are there? I wonder what else is going on. Oh, dear.

    You have me chomping at the bit wanting to know what happens next. Thank you for sharing this chapter.

  2. I am so enjoying both chapters–I went back and refreshed my memory with the first excerpt, and then quite enjoyed the second.

    I can’t wait to read more!! I’ll go a-looking for a copy of the previous volume while I wait for this one to be finished.

    And once I get done with teaching online classes for the year, I hope to have time to write, too. The only summer school class I’m teaching this year is fan fiction–yay!! 😉

    Thank you for sharing your writing with us; I have enjoyed your books so much!

    Susanne 🙂

  3. PS Just bought a copy of Mrs.Darcy’s Diamonds for my Kindle. I will use it as motivation to get me through these last two crazy weeks of teaching Twelfth Night online to 20 students, ages 12-18; do they ever keep me on my toes!!

    Have a lovely week!

    Susanne 🙂

    • Thank you, Susanne, for all your lovely comments – I do hope you enjoy Mrs Darcy’s Diamonds! I hope you get a chance to start your writing too, and get completely lost in your own world.

  4. Poor Georgie pining after her love. Hooray for Lizzy for arranging everything just right. Wondering what role the pin is going to play in all this.

  5. Lovely chapter, Jane. Poor Georgiana, pining for her Antoine but trust Elizabeth to come to her rescue and help cheer her up. It’ll be interesting to see what happens in Bath and where the pin comes into it all.

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