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  • By mcculloughteresa
    Apr 17, 2011
    My copy of the downloaded version has no double letters: The word "been" becomes "ben" the word "letter" becomes "leter" and "offer" is written as "ofer" This makes it almost unreadable. I've read several books by Abigail Renolds and this is a terrible (terible?) thing to do to a good (god?) author. I tried to delete this review when I found that the original version of the file had double letters. I don't know why Stanza converted it inappropriately. I can't give a review without having read it. I tried to convert it using Calibre. If two software packages give bad results, I have to assume it is the pdf file. I do not want to give a good author a bad review, but Lulu is responsible for the file format. DON'T BUY THIS BOOK UNLESS YOU PLAN TO READ IT IN .PDF. IT DOES NOT CONVERT PROPERLY. ..... I will be happy to remove this review if Lulu gives a better version of the file.
  • By lcookie
    Apr 7, 2010
    While Impulse and Initiative was not my favorite Abigail Reynolds'books, I think it was much better than the rule of reason. However, it was nice to meet my favorite two once again.
  • By cheery_babe
    Dec 2, 2009
    Im a big fan of abigail reynolds pemberley variations, and this book was no exception. in the rule of reason she has me laughing out loud at the relationship between darcy and fitzwilliam, and shaking my fist at the stupidity of the dary and elizabeth failing to understand each other. i love the passionate side of darcy she shows and the struggles both our hero and heroine go through in trying to comprehend each other. the way she expands on jane austens other characters is very believeable. if im honest i prefer the rule of reason to her rewrite impulse and initiative. i really recommend it, especailly if you like any of her other works.
  • By Christina Boyd
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Can it be?I actually enjoyed it BETTER than Impulse & Initiative!" Although Abigail Reynolds states that she believes that Impulse and Initiatives is the stronger of these two books, I think I might have to disagree. Rule of Reason has all the passion and love of Impulse and Initiative but also shows stronger character and resolve in both Elizabeth and Darcy. As they do not submit entirely to their passions, this author successfully translates the power and sensualality of a lover's first kiss and in controlling one's ardor. I just love how she puts our beloved characters in different scenarios and seeing what decisions they might choose. Their choices in Pemberley's library takes our characters on an entirely different experience than I&I. True to the author's talents, this latest publication is a pager tuner and I confidently recommend another from the Pemberley Variations of what if's.
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Intertidal Press
March 1, 2008
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.06 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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