Deshalb kratzt sie all ihre Ersparnisse zusammen und fliegt nach England ins Austenland, um ihren wahren Mr. Darcy zu finden. Einzig Mrs. Nobley auf sich, dem sie jedoch nicht sehr geneigt ist, da er arrogant wirkt und auch keine hohe Meinung von Frauen zu haben scheint. Dort zieht jedoch ein Gewitter auf.
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May 15, Melinda rated it it was amazing I crept quietly up the dark stairway, entered my room and tried my very best to shut the door silently behind me. It thudded despite my best efforts and I cringed, but Phil didnt stir in his 3 oclock-in-the-morning slumber.
I sighed, relieved. I felt so entirely sneaky. I felt as if I had cheated and there was a sting of guilt as I looked at the distorted red figures on the alarm clock through the empty glass on the night stand. Please dont wake up and look at what I see I silently begged to the I crept quietly up the dark stairway, entered my room and tried my very best to shut the door silently behind me. I climbed into bed and gave up all caution trying to snag a bit of the blanket so tightly wound around him.
He turned over, releasing his tight hold on the blanket, and rested his leg on mine- still asleep. I relaxed and tried to sleep… but after reading for 5 hours on end- my mind was a frenzy of literature and as I closed my eyes, I could see words giving description to my every action.
I laughed it off, and enjoyed the silliness of my thoughts. That had to be what was happening to me, luckily it was prose and not smelly fish guts stealing my rest! Finally, I did sleep, though it was a heavy, dreamless-sleep. It is rare thing, for me, not to dream. I needed no dreams or contemplations tonight. So, this is my curse.
I had gotten the call from the library yesterday afternoon that the book I had requested from a neighboring library had come in. Yes, yes… another Shannon Hale masterpiece, if you must pry! So, I used the excuse that I needed to return a few of the books which, I had only borrowed last Friday , so I could sneak over to the Library on my way to work.
Perhaps it heightened the appeal and experience of reading it? I knew if I worked quickly I could have time to begin the book before heading home, and how wonderful a thing- to read without any interruptions. That is when everyone needs some-thing! So, I read the book from start to finish, unburdened by distraction. And why am I publishing these thoughts to a review?
Does anyone actually care? Probably not so much- but I had the urge to type out my own thoughts to cleanse my eyelids so that I might relinquish my own dreams tonight.
The highlight of the resort is guaranteed romance with the male actors, though no touching is allowed. While Jane can only afford the cheapest "copper" package, the other guests have purchased the most expensive "platinum" option. Although she befriends fellow guest Ms. Wattlesbrook, who prefers the wealthier guests. Jane and Elizabeth meet their actor-companions — the obsequious Colonel Andrews and the unenthusiastic Mr.