Deber y deseo. Front Cover. Pamela Aidan. Suma de Letras Deber y deseo: Trilogía Fitzwilliam Darcy, un caballero II · Pamela Aidan No preview available -. Deber y deseo: Trilogía Fitzwilliam Darcy, un caballero II (Spanish Edition). Pamela Aidan. Click here if your download doesn”t start automatically. Duty and Desire has ratings and reviews. Maria said: Es un sí pero con un enorme pero Es decir, se supone que es la historia de Orgullo y Pr.

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But Aidan has set herself up to be compared to Austen and of course suffers terribly by that comparison. Subtle but I felt it made it even more emotional. View all 4 comments. Aiden states she was imitating other Austen work, like Northanger Abbey.

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Incidentally, the third novel is a bit better Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman 2. Other books in the series. The dip into Gothic romance felt bizarre and mismatched, especially when compared to An Assembly Such As This, which was pitch-perfect Austen, and I simply didn’t believe that the character we were following in the second half of the book was Fitzwilliam Darcy.

Darcy leaves Netherfield and he and Elizabeth do not meet again for some time. She imagines what Darcy did between leaving Hertfordshire after the Netherfield ball and visiting Rosings and his Aunt Catherine. Want to Read saving…. A rather dull second installment. Bingley for more social opportunities.


Sep 15, Crystal rated it it was ok. Georgiana is even seeing how distracted he is and questioning him about it. And so the question has long remained: Darcy’s relationship with his sister gets the senter of attention in the beginning and I adored this portray of Georgiana.

Darcy escapes London for a country house trying to forget Elizabeth and, perhaps, find a “proper” wife, but all he finds is trouble. I loved how Georgiana’s favorite Christmas gift was the one Darcy got by accident. The third and final chapter of this trilogy has a great deal to atone for to make me forget this book!

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Duty and Desire

As if convoluted grammar, sketchy characterization, and overworked melodrama were not enough, we dive off the deep end into extremely farfetched high-society intrigue. Do not read this. I have read other reviews deer this website where people said to just skip this second book altogether and just read the third book.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. PLUS, somewhere between deger first book and the second, Aidan’s writing style has completely morphed. Darcy is finding himself still badly distracted by the thought of Elizabeth and decides that he must actively look for the woman to usurp her and make his wife, thereby performing his “Duty” to his family and name. As a side note, the characters of Fletcher and Dyfed Brougham are so awesome that they probably deserve their own books ;-D Lists with This Book.

Visiting Norwycke Castle, with pamella hunting in mind, he got a lot more than he bargained for. The story picks up where Mr.


Darcy goes to Pemberley to visit Georgiana and spend a family Christmas for the first time since his father’s death. Aidan was attempting to do — Oh look!

This author’s account of where he went and what he did strays very far from the tone and style of Austin’s story. If not more so. And if he did happen to find himself debee that situatio As a gothic romance, this book was okay. Despite my disappointment with this one, I am looking forward to reading the last book in this trilogy.

Aidan has worked as a librarian in a wide variety of settings for over thirty years. Aside from Darcy’s inability to forget Elizabeth, and his treasuring of a bookmark Elizabeth had left in a novel she’s been reading during her stay yy Netherfield, there is not much to recommend this second installment of the trilogy. Christmas at Pemberly, meeting Miss Georgiana Darcy, and of course getting to see Darcy in his element working with his staff and tenants and going about the business that he was raised to do.

Anyway, as a lover of Gothic page-turners, Duty and Desire satisfied me, and I look forward to completing Aidan’s trilogy soon. As a gothic romance, this book was okay.