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by Melanie A Schertz,Pat Weston

ePub Storm Clouds of Love download
Author:
Melanie A Schertz,Pat Weston
ISBN13:
978-1479282258
ISBN:
1479282251
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Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 10, 2012)
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Regency
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1209 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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610

Storm Clouds of Love. When reading a Schertz book, you can expect Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride for a story-line. Again, Melanie gives us surprising and melodramatic adventure all with mostly the same characters and places from P&P.

Storm Clouds of Love. Yeah, it will spin you around until you throw up. It will toss you from side-to-side, until you are bruised and battered. And in this one the main climax comes at about 60% of the way through the book. There are evil characters galore with deaths and tragedy surrounding ODC. Darcy and Elizabeth do come to an understanding while she is in Kent but he must seek permission to court her from Mr. Bennet.

Storm Clouds of Love book. Storm Clouds of Love. This variation, while having the disastrous proposal, has a happier ending before Elizabeth leaves Kent. The letter has two outcomes: one good, one touchy.

Copywrite 2013 Melanie A Schertz. A thank you goes out to those who read my work and have become friends through the stories I have written. I am grateful to you, Jane Austen, for your wonderful characters that have lived throughout the past 200 years, and brought so much love to the lives of many

A Pride and Prejudice what if story, beginning just after Elizabeth Bennet receives the infamous letter from Fitzwilliam Darcy.

A Pride and Prejudice what if story, beginning just after Elizabeth Bennet receives the infamous letter from Fitzwilliam Darcy. What would happen if Darcy's departure was postponed due to a storm, a storm which has caused Elizabeth to lose her way back to Hunsford Parish and safety?

Pride and Prejudice fan fiction variations. I think this is the quickest I have ever had it come on line. Will work on the cover.

Pride and Prejudice fan fiction variations. The Derbyshire Mystery Stone. 8 Ocak, 00:28 · Herkese Açık. 2 Yorum · Haberin Tam Boyutu. Melanie A Schertz, Melanie Schertz'in gönderisini paylaştı.

A Pride and Prejudice variation. The worlds of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet literally collide. During a violent storm, Darcy races to recover his sister from George Wickham

A Pride and Prejudice variation. During a violent storm, Darcy races to recover his sister from George Wickham. At the same time, Elizabeth and her father are traveling to holiday in Ramsgate with the Gardiner family. When the two carriages collide, their lives will be altered forever.

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The Storm Clouds Cantata (or Storm Cloud Cantata) is a cantata by the Australian composer Arthur Benjamin. This cantata was written for the assassination scene in the Alfred Hitchcock 1934 film, The Man Who Knew Too Much, in the Royal Albert Hall. In the film version of 1934, the London Symphony Orchestra was directed by H. Wynn Reeves.

A Pride and Prejudice what if story, beginning just after Elizabeth Bennet receives the infamous letter from Fitzwilliam Darcy. What would happen if Darcy's departure was postponed due to a storm, a storm which has caused Elizabeth to lose her way back to Hunsford Parish and safety?
  • This variation, while having the disastrous proposal, has a happier ending before Elizabeth leaves Kent. The letter has two outcomes: one good, one touchy. After handling Elizabeth his letter, as Darcy heads back to Rosings, a unusually heavy rainstorm hits Kent's. Darcy finds his way back to Rosings because he knows the way. Later in the day, the word from the parsonage comes to check if Elizabeth had taken cover at Rosings. Not being there, Darcy becomes unglued thinking about Elizabeth being out there alone. Not able to search until the next day, they find Elizabeth where Darcy had feared: at the bottom of the cliff next to the river. Fitzwilliam has to restrain Darcy from careening down the hill before ropes and a stretcher can be obtained. Darcy is frantic because they don't know if she is dead or alive. Finally reaching her, she's alive but badly hurt. Bleeding from a eep cut on her face, a broken leg, and multiple cuts and bruises, Elizabeth looks more dead than alive. Darcy refuses to leave her. He is with her when the doctor arrives and when he helps set her leg she momentarily awakes and tells Darcy if his proposal still stands her answer will be positive. In front of the doctor, Darcy renews his offer and Elizabeth's answer to yes. Darcy is the happiest man alive. When confronted by Lady Catherine, Darcy tells her that he and Anne will never by be married by mutual agreement. When Fitzwilliam and Anne stand with Darcy against Lady Catherine's vitriol. Anne decides to take her inheritance and confines her mother to the Dowager's house. Fighting the three cousins, Lady Catherine told them she'd write her brother, the Earl of Matlock. Fitzwilliam has already contacted his mother and father. Uncle Henry and Aunt Elaine agree with the cousins and tell Catherine she has a week to move. Aunt Elaine who has never gotten along with her sister-in-law happily helps get the Dowager's house ready for her immediate move. Fitzwilliam is in charge of writing letters to the Bennets, Charles Bingley, and Anne's solicitor. Bingley arrives as close to immediately as can be. When Mr. Bennet arrives with Jane and Mary, Jane and Bingley are reunited. Fitzwilliam and Mary develop a relationship which his parents highly push. Worried about how he'll be able to afford marriage, the Earl calls Darcy and his son in for a conference along with Mr. Bennet attending. Both Gerald Darcy and the Matlocks have set aside £30.000 for their son's betrothed so they can marry where their hear. Fitzwilliam has also been given an estate bordering Pemberley. Henry and Thomas conspire to plan a triple wedding at Pemberley without Mrs. Bennet's interference. The Matlocks, as a wedding gift, offer to buy both Elizabeth and Mary's trousseau, whereas Bingley buys Jane's. Mr. Bennet purchases his daughters' wedding dresses. The triple wedding takes place at Pemberley. Upon arrival, Mrs. Bennet was speechless upon seeing Pemberley. She couldn't believe her least favorite daughter managed to get Mr. Darcy. Happiness abounds at Pemberley until Wickham decides to hurt Darcy. Luckily his plan is foiled from the quick thinking of Elizabeth. By the end of this story, Fitzwilliam and Mary have a baby boy and Darcy and Elizabeth have a baby girl. Both father's have a silly grin on their faces

  • This was a tedious read. Too heavy on the sugar and very little happening made it a struggle to finish. It felt like events was listed instead of shown. If you like a very sweet, no angst story it might be for you but I like to be moved.

    A rainstorm causes Elizabeth to fall of a hill shortly after receiving Darcy's letter at Hunsford. They find her the following day with a broken leg and a wound in her head. Waking up, she asks Darcy to renew his proposal, having changed her mind after reading the letter. Jane, Mary, Mr Bennet and Mr Bingley comes to Rosings followed by a whole lot of rushed weddings. Wickham makes an appearance after about 80% and are given a couple of pages of trouble.
    The rest is rosy red, sweet with a tiny bit of smut.

    This is my second book of this author and I was disappointed. The last one I read (meet me at oakham mount) had a well written angst although a bit on the sweet side with the romance. This felt like it was written by an entirely different author.

    I felt I was nice giving it 2 stars, hardly enough to recommend it.

  • I found this story to be one of the worse written by this author. In fact it was so poorly done that I went back to Amazon’s author page to check if it was maybe her first one and she had not yet perfected some writing skills. Ms. Schertz does know how to pump out one story after another and seems to find very outré events to relate or build on but this one was not well developed.

    There were many misspellings and or use of words in error or transposed: for example - fiancé/fiancée.

    We find ourselves in Kent; Darcy has proposed and given “the letter” to Elizabeth and she walks away. It begins to downpour and Darcy wonders if Elizabeth found shelter. When a message arrives from the parsonage inquiring if she is there, worried residents cannot take up a search for the missing visitor until the deluge ceases. When they search the next day they find she has fallen down a hill side and suffered dire injuries besides being exposed to the weather for the last day. A rescue takes her to the nearest abode, Rosings, and her presence there leads to many changes for familiar characters: Mary, Jane, the Colonel, Anne and Lady Catherine de Bourgh are all affected.

    This story was very choppy and the language was not only of modern cant but also unnatural in consistency between our dear boy and girl as well as other. At times their conciliatory words just oozed sappiness. Then there was the inclusion of “bedroom” scenes so be warned if that is not your cup of tea.

    The story goes on very slowly with few surprises and really little angst for me. Wickham comes up with a new plan to revenge the “wrongs” he has suffered at the hands of Darcy but in the end we do have happiness.

    I can’t really recommend this story. I picked it up over the 4th of July weekend when a few of the author’s books were free.

  • This book is a waste of money and time. Someone please tell this author quality not quantity. She has good ideas that with time and an editor could produce really good reads. The attempts at regency writing is painful, I could not finish the book it is that bad. I try to give a room because writing in regency language is not easy but this is a very poor attempt. No stars if it would let me! Don't bother.

  • This is a new spin on what takes place at Rosings, but beyond the new details, the rest of the story is a bit lacking if you are a Austen purist.

    Pros:
    Happy Endings for all the 'right' characters
    Villains get their due

    Cons:
    Language is too modern
    Not enough character development to make the love matches convincing

    All in all, it is a story that will engage you, but be prepared to find the language and sex scenes not in keeping with what Austen purists would expect.