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This 1st volume in Pamela Aidan's fresh and entertaining trilogy that tells the story of Pride and Prejudice though the eyes of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentlemen, is enjoyable. The new characters that she creates, like Darcy's Shakespeare-quoting valet Fletcher, who is probably my favorite character of the entire trilogy, and Darcy's best friend Dy Broughm, are welcome additions. The deeper insights given to Georgiana's situation, the idea that she suffered a depression, and her character in general and her loving relationship with Darcy, as well as Darcy's deep resentment and hatred of Wickham, and his reasons for taking Bingley away from Jane are something that one would hope to find in a work like this. Take the events of the parent novel and give a spin on them that fits canon, but plays with it at the same time. The only thing that I really disliked was that I rather thought Darcy too besotted with Elizabeth. The writing turned a little too sappy for me at times and I would have preferred less mooning over Elizabeth's fine eyes or the way that she distracts him. The only big drawback in my opinion. Otherwise, fine incorporation of P & P dialogue, etc. Aidan stays fairly true to all the characters, imho.
I liked this trilogy for the magickal universe within, and for the narrator of the audio book. I liked the characters well enough, but the girls were unlikeable at times. I couldn't quite trust any of them, but I think that was the point.