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Mr. Darcy’s Journey – an excerpt — 40 Comments

  1. Can’t wait. Have read all your books and enjoyed everyone. You are one of my favourite JAFF authors. After reading the excerpt above I don’t know how I am going to wait until 10 June!!!!!

  2. Of course we preordered your new book Abigail wouldn’t miss it. I love reading all your stories! Keep them coming 🙂

  3. Cannot wait for release day! Always love your books, Abigail; based on the excerpt, this will be no exception!

  4. From your excerpt I can see that Darcy is a wreck. I can’t wait to read how you work this one out. Thanks so much for sharing and best wishes with your new publication. I’m sure it will do well. Jen Red ♫

  5. I pre-ordered last week, Abigail, and after this latest excerpt I am even more excited to read this one! I love your Darcy’s. You really know how to make them suffer. LOL!!

  6. Oh he has ‘it’ bad and you write ‘it’ so well! Yes, pre-order is definitely the order of the day!

  7. So looking forward to reading this. You never fail to entertain highly, IMO, Abigail. Good luck with the release. Thanks for the tantalizing excerpts here and on the other post.

  8. Oh my Abigail. I am dying to know who Frederica is and what she has done. And how Darcy insults Elizabeth’s family. And how Darcy and Elizabeth finally get together.I love your stories Abigail and can’t wait to read this. 😊

  9. Oh my. This is so good and it’s only a small taster of your story.
    Thanks excerpt. Can’t wait to read !!

    Congrats on the new book, btw

  10. Oh what a cliff hanger! What does Elizabeth think of the flowers, fresh fruit, or both? Wonderful except, congrats on your upcoming release! Can’t wait to read it!

  11. I can’t wait for your new book. I am tempted to order the Kindle version but I must have the actual book as well for my collection. I might have to force myself to wait. Thank you for sharing your talents!

  12. I am going to preorder the Kindle version right after I post this, but first I want you to know – you were the first P&P variations author I read …the one who introduced me to this world of Austen what if’s and got me hooked on it. The first book I read was “Mr. Darcy’s Letter”, followed by “A Pemberley Medley”, then “By Force of Instinct” and the list goes on and on. Although P&P is a favorite, my absolute favorite Austen novel is “Persuation” and I’d love to see your name on a novel about Ann and Captain Wentworth!

  13. Wonderful wonderful!!! Cannot wait, preordered as soon as I saw it on Amazon!!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much for the sample and congrats on launching this new book!!

  14. Just placed my pre-order. 😀

    I wish I could have helped with it, but I am still buried beneath a teetering stack of Hamlet essays and research projects!

    Congratulations!! It’s nearly here, and I loved the excerpt!

    Warmly,
    Susanne 🙂

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