The Darcy Monologues by Christina Boyd

The Darcy Monologues

“You must allow me to tell you...”For over two hundred years, Jane Austen’s Mr. Darcy has captivated readers’ imaginations as the ultimate catch. Rich. Powerful. Noble. Handsome. And yet, as Miss Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” is established through Elizabeth Bennet’s fine eyes, how are we to know what his tortured soul is indeed thinking? How does Darcy progress from “She is tolerable: but not handsome enough to tempt me” to ...

Details The Darcy Monologues

TitleThe Darcy Monologues
Release DateMay 21st, 2017
PublisherThe Quill Ink, L.L.C.
GenreShort Stories, Romance, Historical Romance, Historical, Historical Fiction

Reviews The Darcy Monologues

  • Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog
    FREE (12/06/2017) - stars!Author Spotlight on Ruth Phillips Oakland, Review, and Giveaway at Of Pens and Pages.[image error]It’s like Christmas came early when I heard about this anthology. Fifteen short stories about one of romance fiction’s ultimate book boyfriend? Sign me up!The Darcy Monologues is a collection of stories told in Mr. Darcy’s point of view. The book is divided into two—"The Regency” and “Ot...
  • Sheila Majczan
    With 15 beloved and favorite authors and a lovely dedication written by the editor, Christina Boyd, I am almost intimidated that I will not express my appreciation and enjoyment of this book adequately. I was given an ARC of this book to read in exchange for an honest review. It is one I had most definitely planned to buy even if I did not receive this ARC. We first have a selection of stories set in Regency times; several having to do with the "...
  • Ceri
    This review was first published on Babblings of a Bookworm as part of the blog tour: http://babblingsofabookworm.blogspot....'Pride & Prejudice' is very much a book written from Elizabeth’s perspective. We get the occasional glimpse into Darcy’s thoughts and feelings, but it’s Lizzy that we journey along with. In ‘The Darcy Monologues’, edited by Christina Boyd, 15 authors take on the task of giving us things from Darcy’s point of vie...
  • Brandi Elliott
    This is an amazing anthology. I read it in 2 days because I refused to put it down. Ahhh, Mr. Darcy. I will not give any spoilers but I will tell you this shpuld definitely be on your tbr list. It's a definite MUST READ!!!
  • Meredith (Austenesque Reviews)
    His Feelings Will Not Be RepressedOVERVIEW:Full of ardent admiration and love but not the talent of conversing easily, Mr. Darcy doesn’t always express himself well. And even though he is haughty, insulting, and in need of a proper humbling, Mr. Darcy is one of the most iconic and beloved romantic heroes of all time. In The Darcy Monologues an inspired collection of Austenesque authors have collaborated together to allow the brooding and reserv...
  • Abigail Bok
    Christina Boyd, maven of The Quill Ink, has come up with a rich multi-course feast for lovers of all things Austenesque. The Darcy Monologues brings together fifteen of the hottest authors of Jane Austen fan fiction writing today. The point of the collection is to take a gander at what Pride and Prejudice’s story might look like when seen from the hero, Fitzwilliam Darcy’s, point of view. It is clearly pitched toward lovers of P&P: anyone who...
  • Leslie
    I think this was one of the most anticipated books on my P&P reading list. I started to feel like everyone I follow had gotten an advanced copy. But when it was released on sunday I quickly grabbed it. And it was the perfect end to an awesome weekend. The book consists of 15 short stories all told from Darcy's perspective. 8 are Regency era and 7 are other eras. Only 4 are truly modern era, I am not a huge fan of modern P&P variations. ‘Death o...
  • Vicky Clayton
    Bravo!What a refreshing read. Darcy is the quintessential hero, perfection especially with his flaws (which, in my opinion, make him more believable and ultimatey more loveable and real). I was primed to love this book as it contains some of my favourite authors, but in the back of my mind wondered if my expectations would set me up for a fall. Not so. I regularly tell my husband that I Iove to escape into this type of fiction because I want to l...
  • Talia
    The Darcy Monologues is heaven for a JAFF fan though I suspect even people unfamiliar with the genre would love this book. The stories are split by time period with a hunky pic to get you in the mood. Can I say the cover and section pics are awesome? Well, I did and they are. Well done to whoever thought of that. Anyway, all of the best JAFF authors under one cover should be enough to get you to love this book but in case you need more, each stor...
  • Marie Dellis
    I finally wrote a review on my favorite anthology inspired by P&P. The best part of these short stories is that they're all from Darcy's POV.5 reasons why you should read the Darcy Monologues. is perfect for P&P fans who want more from Darcy & Elizabeth's story.