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Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM By Lory Lilian

For than ten years, Rainy Days has been one of the most widely read and best loved of the Pride and Prejudice variations Many readers have asked for a sequel, and finally, ten years later, here it is The Rainbow Promise The story continues Elizabeth and Darcy s passionate journey from a humble cottage to the glamour of a London Season before reaching its destinFor than ten years, Rainy Days has been one of the most widely read and best loved of the Pride and Prejudice variations Many readers have asked for a sequel, and finally, ten years later, here it is The Rainbow Promise The story continues Elizabeth and Darcy s passionate journey from a humble cottage to the glamour of a London Season before reaching its destination at the incomparable Pemberley The road is filled with love, passion, angst, humour, twists and love.The book contains scenes for mature audience only.
  • Title: The Rainbow Promise: After Rainy Days
  • Author: Lory Lilian
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Leslie Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
This is a sequel to Rainy Days - A book I didn't particularly enjoy.This begins the day of Darcy & Lizzy's wedding and shows us, repeatedly, how much they love each other. While it spares us the graphic descriptions of some books it really gets tedious. On the other hand there are some really excellent subplots and lots of chances for Lizzy to rise at every attempt to intimidate her. (view spoiler)[ She delivers quite a set down to Miss Bingley and Mrs. Hurst (hide spoiler)]The book is very [...]
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Sheila Majczan Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
First of all, this is a sequel and knowing that I usually read variations of P&P; sequels don't get a lot of attention from me. However, the first book in this series, Rainy Days, was a 5 star hit for me and I have read 4 other books by this author, some 4 stars and some 5 stars. So I wanted to read more from her.Secondly, while this is a very lovely story of the early months of Fitzwilliam's and Elizabeth's marriage it had little of the angst which I so love. In my opinion it was an attenti [...]
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Hailee Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
I have yet to read a Lory Lilain Pride and Prejudice variation that didn't enjoy and when I saw that a sequal to Rainy Days had been release I had to read it and I am very glad I did. There are a lot fewer after marriage novels than there are variations on how they get together but of the after marriage stories I have read this ranks as one of my favourites.It may not appeal to people who like their novels to have a lot of adversity and angst for the couple to overcome. The adversity that appear [...]
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Debbie Brown Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
While I enjoyed this and I'm glad I read it, it doesn't match the quality of either the plot or character development of Rainy Days - An Alternative Journey from Pride and Prejudice to Passion and Love. It continues with similar strengths and weaknesses. There's a lot of lovely romance, which is its main appeal. Unlike the first book in this series, none of the obstacles that Darcy and Elizabeth face seem all that serious and get swept away with minimal fuss. Near the end, there's another big co [...]
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Talia Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
I saw a lot of negative critiques about this one but I luckily didn't care. One of the negative aspects, supposedly, was that there are a lot of sex scenes. Well, what did you expect from the author? She writes them in her other books and Darcy and Elizabeth just got married. When else are they supposed to have it? If they didn't have lots of sex, people would be complaining that the characters were frigid. I will end this here as I loved it and seem to be a bit cranky after reviewing a big let [...]
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Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
The Sequel Fans Asked For!Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars(Note: Potential readers should be made aware that although this is a standalone novel, more pleasure and understanding may be derived from reading Rainy Days prior to this work.)TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL: A sequel to Lory’s Pride and Prejudice variation, Rainy DaysTIME FRAME: The day after the Darcys’ wedding through their first 4 months of marriage (+ epilogue)SYNOPSIS:The newly married Mr. and Mrs. Darcy currently reside in town in antic [...]
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Donna Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
This was an enjoyable and sweet read, that was deeply romantic. One needs to read Rainy Days first. There is an interesting story within a story about Maud. This brings out the caring nature of Elizabeth and Darcy too. Characters are not quite as well developed as in Rainy Days, but it is still a wonderful book with lots of tender love scenes. I am never one much for the superficial world of the Ton so I was glad when Lizzy, Darcy, and Georgiana finally left London for Pemberly. The situation wi [...]
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Charlene Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
A rainbowI love Lory Lillian and I did go back and reread "Rainy Days" before I began this book.We start out just where we left off in Rainy Days, with all the same lovable characters. Got to just love little cousin Becky! And Lady Matlock is a rock and does figure prominently in this story. Our favorite couple while in London and out for a stroll discover a young lady on a bench half frozen and almost dead. They quickly get her to Darcy House and proceed to nurse her back to health. She is a bi [...]
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Shelley Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
I always love to write a review after Sheila because she says it all. I agree that Rainy Days was a 5 star book for me. This was a 4 star sequel. This story has little angst. It begins as Elizabeth and Darcy begin their marriage. The love scenes are nicely done and not over the top. They come across a woman named Maud in the park while on a walk in the park on a cold winter day. Maud has a secret. Lady Matlock is a very strong character in this tale. The Colonel is Robert in this story and he ha [...]
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Deborah Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
I very much enjoyed this book. It was not angst ridden as was Rainy Days, but was a very enjoyable read and conclusion to the story. I difficulty putting this book down. I highly recommend this story.
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Teresita Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
A really great follow upThis story left me a feeling of content and warmth. A lovely narrative of their growth and development as a couple.
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Tracey Brown Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
4starsI really enjoyed this one but rainy days is still my favourite.I loved the continuation of Elizabeth and Darcy's married life but I missed the romance of the chase.I did enjoy it though and my addiction to these books had only grown. Well worth a read of you like Jane Austen variations.
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Christina Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
Author Lory Lilian aka Queen of Hot Mush does it again. The long awaited sequel to a Jane Austen fan fiction favorite--at last! Loved this. Tugs at the heart strings and finally ended, leaving me with a happy heart
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Michelle Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
Slow paced, sweet bookThis book was like a diary of Darcy and Elizabeth. There wasn't overly much going on. Lots of talk about how happy they were with each other. But when Lizzy told Caroline off? Priceless!
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Beth Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
Fantastic storyI need to say that Becky, at age 4 1/2, is by far the most interesting character written. She's blunt and says what she hears and thinks without society's notions of what is proper.In Maude and Thomas's situationI wonder if this is where the ban on work place relationship especially when it involves the boss originated. Far too often we hear of maids being taken advantage of by the males in the household. It's something that even our Founding Fathers were " guilty" of. Maude was q [...]
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Maria Ferry Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
A great readLoved the first book and the second book is just as good. Will read both books again. Hope the author will write another.
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Madenna U Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
The sequel was a perfect continuation of the first. As a result, those who loved the first should be very happy. I enjoyed revisiting the characters again. Elizabeth working to fit in, Caroline being cruel, social injustice, acknowledging that what society values is not always for the best, and some steamy moments are the major plot lines for this sequel. The book seemed written like soap opera episodes.
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Rachel Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
The super mushy sequel to Rainy Days, this book is a decent romance with some erotic scenes and little conflict. It's ideal for a fluffy read, but I found myself growingbweary of the sloppy romance -it was a bit over the top at times. Minor characters are a strength here as they are fleshed out well. Despite the issues, i did enjoy this book.
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pamela k cronister Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
Interesting concept part twoI know that the original novel was very much admired by many people and had some rave reviews. Frankly I was not all that excited about either one . It's not that they were bad maybe I was just not in the mood to read this type of novel with this time
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Becky Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
Rainy Days to The Rainbow PromiseHaving enjoyed Rainy Days several years ago, I was very excited to see a sequel. Rainbow Promise did not disappoint. A wonderful read of Darcy and Elizabeth's life as they marry, love each other and bring family together.
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Arlene Newman Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
Love it This is such a great continuation of my favorite love stories. I hope that there's a sequel. I would be happy to read.
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Elmo Nov 14, 2018 - 08:36 AM
First half 2 stars, second half 3.5 stars. It was ok, but nowhere near as good as Rainy days.
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The Rainbow Promise: After Rainy Days By Lory Lilian For than ten years, Rainy Days has been one of the most widely read and best loved of the Pride and Prejudice variations Many readers have asked for a sequel, and finally, ten years later, here it is The Rainbow Promise The story continues Elizabeth and Darcy s passionate journey from a humble cottage to the glamour of a London Season before reaching its destinFor than ten years, Rainy Days has been one of the most widely read and best loved of the Pride and Prejudice variations Many readers have asked for a sequel, and finally, ten years later, here it is The Rainbow Promise The story continues Elizabeth and Darcy s passionate journey from a humble cottage to the glamour of a London Season before reaching its destination at the incomparable Pemberley The road is filled with love, passion, angst, humour, twists and love.The book contains scenes for mature audience only.

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