A Weekend with Mr. Darcy

A Weekend with Mr. Darcy

Victoria Connelly / Feb 29, 2020

A Weekend with Mr Darcy Of course she s obsessed with Jane Austen Surrounded by appalling exes and fawning students the only thing keeping professor Katherine Roberts sane is Jane Austen and her personal secret love for rac

  • Title: A Weekend with Mr. Darcy
  • Author: Victoria Connelly
  • ISBN: 9781402251320
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Of course she s obsessed with Jane Austen Surrounded by appalling exes and fawning students, the only thing keeping professor Katherine Roberts sane is Jane Austen and her personal secret love for racy Regency romance novels She thinks the Jane Austen Addicts conference in the English countryside is the perfect opportunity to escape her chaotic life and finally relaxOf course she s obsessed with Jane Austen Surrounded by appalling exes and fawning students, the only thing keeping professor Katherine Roberts sane is Jane Austen and her personal secret love for racy Regency romance novels She thinks the Jane Austen Addicts conference in the English countryside is the perfect opportunity to escape her chaotic life and finally relax But then she encounters a devilishly handsome man at the conference who seems determined to sweep her off her feet Is he fiction than fact Or could he be the hero she didn t know she was looking for

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        Victoria Connelly grew up in Norfolk before attending Worcester College where she studied English Literature After graduating, she worked her way through a number of jobs before becoming a teacher in North Yorkshire.In 2000, she got married in a medieval castle in the Yorkshire Dales and moved to London Five weeks after their wedding, her husband, a television news cameraman, was sent to Israel Convinced something terrible would happen to him, she came up with the idea for a novel about a young widow who starts seeing angels on her desk at work, but was scared to write it in case she tempted fate It was only years later that her husband admitted to having a bullet graze his shirt sleeve whilst filming in Israel Although having had articles and short stories published, it was only when Flights of Angels was published that Victoria was able to realise the dream of becoming a professional writer Published as Unter deinem Stern in Germany, the novel was made into a film for television by award winning Ziegler Film Her second novel, The Unmasking of Elena Montella Wenn es dich gibt , was published in 2007 and her third, Three Graces Wohin mit der Liebe , was published in 2009 All three magical romantic comedies are now available as ebooks.Her first novel to be published in the UK Molly s Millions came out in 2009 This was followed by a trilogy about Jane Austen addicts A Weekend with Mr Darcy, The Perfect Hero US title Dreaming of Mr Darcy and Mr Darcy Forever.The Runaway Actress was published in April 2012 and she is currently working on another romantic comedy, Wish You Were Here.


    1. I loved the idea of this book but was disappointed. It's neither awful, or great. It's simply flat! The characters were very uninteresting and boring and there really were no "twists and turns" throughout the story. The author tried to squeeze too many events into a short space of time (a weekend). Couldn't wait to finish!

    2. I enjoy Jane Austen as much as the next girl, but this book just hit you over the head and knocked you out with all the Jane Austen. Yes, I think it'd be pretty fun to go to a weekend conference on Jane Austen, but I never realized how many people form their world views based off of her literature. The story line of the two couples was quite predictable, but honestly you're looking for the happy ending when you read a book like this. I enjoyed reading about their personal doubts, struggles and h [...]

    3. It started out quite promising, as the author was capable of good writingbut unfortunately not great plot-building. The characters' actions feel contrived and forced, as though they were doing what they were told b/c it was in the storyline, not because of how it would otherwise go with them. There was also no need for the instantaneous hatred of Lorna (Darcy) by the professor (Elizabeth) just because he happened to accidentally ram into her with his suitcase. Seriously, is there a worse reason [...]

    4. This was terrible. I didn't want to spend an hour with this book, let alone a whole weekend or more. My own sentiments mirror those of some of the other reviewers, believing this author to be in firm need of an editor among other things. From the overpowering and somewhat overworked language, to the very unlikeable characters and contrived plot, I found myself wanting to give up on this book after page five. The main character is ridiculous and feels oddly like a Mary Sue -- something very par f [...]

    5. Katherine is a lecturer of literature at Oxford. She likes to read steamy, regency romances in her spare time, and has been corresponding with one of her favorite authors Lorna Warwick. She has been burned by relationships too much, and has decided to give up on love. A little stressed, and over worked she is looking forward to the Jane Austen Conference at Purely Hall where she has been invited to be a speaker.Robyn lives in Yorkshire, and has a job and boyfriend she doesn't particularly like. [...]

    6. Well I was bought this as a present so felt I ought to read it even though I hadn't like the other one by this author that I'd bought. I was given hope by the comments from Fiona Walker - on the back and Lisa Jewell on the front but I actually wonder if they read the book. If you like safe, slow, sweet little stories then fine - you'll like this but I'm afraid I didn't. The contrivance with the suitcase drove me crazy. I can't believe she'd have acted like that. I do appreciate that much of what [...]

    7. Wow, this was really a great book.I expected a Jane Austen romantic tie-in but got more than I expected. At the start and for the first 1/4 of the book I felt like things were progressing predictably but also how I wanted them to progress. It's a weird feeling, guessing what you want to happen and having that happen. but Victoria Connelly did this well and though I say that events were predictable, the reading wassenior able--I liked what was happening. I was a little disappointed that things pr [...]

    8. LOVE LOVE LOVEEEED IT!! ♥ :D Jane Austen's weekend. Quotes about Jane Austen. Appreciating Jane Austen's books, films, TV series, sequels. And just so MUCH of our dear darling Jane Austen. Enough said. ♥Two hot guys. Two girls. Lots of Janeites. This was a really funny book. huge page turner and if you're an Austen fan totally relate-able.

    9. 3.5 starsAt 5% into my kindle edition the fact of Lorna Warwick's true identity was verified to readers. It was not that difficult to figure out. The plot was very predictable for me. There were no surprises and the one twist was uncovered, as I said, very early in the book. I especially found the men in this book to be very shallow, too predictable and with little appeal to one who loves to read about "Mr. Darcy”. Even the friendship between Robyn and Katherine had little connection for me. D [...]

    10. When i received this book I couldn't wait to start it. As with many women I love anything Jane Austin!!The main character of the book is Katherine Roberts, an English Professor, who also writes books about Jane Austen. She is asked to speak at an annual Jane Austen Conference and falls for a male attendee of the course, who has a secret to conceal.The other main character is that on Robyn who also loves Jane Austen and is attending the convention, looking forward to an weekend spent with other p [...]

    11. In this enchanting Austen-Inspired novel, three devoted Janeites travel to a Jane Austen Conference that takes place in Purley Hall, a picturesque and historic Georgian mansion in Hampshire, England. The conference is hosted by none other than Dame Pamela Harcourt, a famous and distinguished British actress who has played famous roles such as Elizabeth Bennet, Marianne Dashwood in her youth and Lady Catherine de Bourgh and Fanny Dashwood in recent years. Our two heroines, Katherine Roberts, an O [...]

    12. I really enjoyed this book. It was just so much fun. The plot lines and relationships were so absorbing. Both Katherine and Robyn were quite interesting characters and I think I would have died of mortification going thru what Robyn did with Jace. Thankfully we didn't have to hold on too long for issues to be rectified. Just the horse incident would have put me over the edge. Poor Katherine (after Catherine Moreland but with a K) is just wondering if she can truly find a man she can trust. It ha [...]

    13. What Janeite doesn't dream of going to a Jane Austen weekend? And then meeting the perfect partner while there? A good romance novel should tap into the reader's own dreams, and A Weekend With Mr. Darcy scores high marks there.I also enjoyed the lovely descriptions of the English countryside in the fall. The differences between various regions of the country were subtly drawn with the eye of someone who has been there. Descriptions of Chawton, the village in which Jane Austen spent the last year [...]

    14. Eminently readable drivel. While I quite enjoyed reading it, I really didn't care about any of the characters and consequently wasn't too bothered how the plot resovled itself - not that there was any doubt as the plot was obvious from the beginning. It also wasn't anything like as "clean and nice" as my mother had implied when she'd handed me the book and said I had to read it. I refuse to believe that real people actually behave in such an immoral and licentious manner as those portrayed here. [...]

    15. A fun packed Jane Austin weekend with lots of references to all things Jane that stretched the knowledge base of any fan. The descriptions made me feel like I was in Jane country. It was a fast read and only became a traffic jam at times following the different story lines. It made me smile and for a few minutes I was in the company of people who love Jane Austin like I do. The story was paced like watching a movie in real time. It was a journal of events with the actions and feelings of the cha [...]

    16. This was a really sweet and funny book. I truly enjoyed it. The writing was wonderful and the story flowed beautifully. I really loved having a few of my favorite lines quoted, specifically the letter from Persuasion. It was hard to put down once you started so don't try to read a little on your lunch hour like I did. =)

    17. Read about 100 pages before I realized I couldn't tell you much about the characters and wasn't too invested in the story. I liked Warwick, the mysterious author, and the many Jane Austen references were fun. Still, I felt like the "Jane Austen Weekend" theme has been overly explored and didn't find much to keep my interest.

    18. Having just spent a weekend with A Weekend with Mr. Darcy I am completely infatuated! An absolutely fun and romantic read!

    19. Ok, so this was light fluffy nonsense, but it was fun fluffy nonsense, and left me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside! Love all things Austen!

    20. I have to admit, this kind of books are my guilty pleasure. I just adore books that are about books and about people that just love my favorites authors and books. When I first read the title I thought I was going to find Mr Darcy traveling from the pages of Pride and Prejudice to this era (wait, I wrote about that in my blog cuentosdejulieta/ and you are invited to read it if you want and if you read Spanish). But this is a book about some fans of Jane Austen that get together to celebrate her [...]

    21. Do you want to spend a perfect weekend with the most charming, dashing heroes and the liveliest , loveliest heroines? Here's a story which is actually sunshine on a rainy day as someone has written in a review. Victoria Connelly created a balanced blend of modern romance and Austensian features, matter-of-fact nowadays language with Hampshire dreamy landscape, heroines troubled by modern concerns but romanticly wooed by handsome gentlemanlike heroes who seem just landed on earth from Jane Austen [...]

    22. 3.5 StarsThis is a super cute Austen-inspired modern day novel. Jane-ites are going to love this fun story with loads of references to Austen's works.I loved that the characters not only mentioned Austen's original books, but also specifics about the many screen adaptations. Because let's face it, if you're an Austen Fan, you've seen almost all of the movies, too!The characters were likable, but I never really connected with them completely. At first I thought the two female leads were a bit non [...]

    23. This book is truly horrendous. I can't believe it has a decent review average. It's so trite and boring. The most obnoxious thing about this book: the author is heavy-handed with the Austen references. Hey, I love a good inside Austen joke but even I would be rolling my eyes at the way these women talk- the characters always make the most obvious Austen reference ever. It's like Jane Austen for Dummies, or people who've only seen the movie adaptations. And the Dan-Robyn relationship was complete [...]

    24. This could've been a really great story. But everything happens in one weekend, which I always have a huge problem with. Too quick to really fall into and believe in. main female characters are essentially the same--sort of boring in that respect. It's obvious from the get go how everything will end. Okay, I feel bad about ripping this book apart. I did love the concept of male author of regency romances. I can totally appreciate how much the author loves JA--that's why we all read these books! [...]

    25. Siento mi querida Jane que hayas sido utilizada para esto. La sinopsis se veía interesante, al principio pensé que el libro lo sería Luego vino la decepción, la verdad me costó mucho acabar esto y no me dejo esa sensación agradable post lectura.

    26. Ashamed to admit I read it. Well, skimmed the last half. Dumb, dumb, dumb. If I weren't stuck on a 9 hour flight to London with nothing else to read, I would have thrown it out the window.

    27. Katherine Roberts is officially off men and the only men she’s even willing to give head-space to is the fictional ones she reads about in her much-loved Jane Austen books as well as the regency romances of Lorna Warwick, with whom she has also struck up a friendship with and is hoping to meet at a Jane Austen conference. Despite her name, Robyn Love isn’t really feeling the love for boyfriend Jace any more and when she happens across the chance to head to a Jane Austen conference she jumps [...]

    28. I'm on a bit of an Austen fiction kick lately. Sometimes you just want to read fun, predictable books. This is that.

    29. I am amazed at how many Austenesque novels continue to have “Mr. Darcy” worked into the title. Recently there has been: A Wife for Mr. Darcy, by Mary Lydon Simonsen, The Trouble with Mr. Darcy, by Sharon Lathan, The Truth about Mr. Darcy, by Susan Adriani, Mr. Darcy and the Secret of Becoming a Gentleman, by Maria Hamilton, Only Mr. Darcy Will Do, by Kara Louise, What Would Mr. Darcy Do?, by Abigail Reynolds and ironically, Mr. Darcy Goes Overboard, by Belinda Roberts – and that is only in [...]

    30. Just under 4. There were some things that bothered me (pet peevishly), but for the most part, good fun.I wasn't sure what I'd be getting with this one.  It has a super cute cover (one of my faves in my big ole' Janeite stack), but I am always a little apprehensive when it comes to anything that smacks of romance. I find it even more dubious when a Janeite novel opens with a mangling of Austen's famous "truth universally acknowledged" line.  But the fact of the matter is, as clichéd as this co [...]

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