|Reviews for Miss de Bourgh in Bath|
| pen237 chapter 1 . 6/18/2014
How exciting! I am ready to read through it. Thank you for posting.
| Incarnadine chapter 18 . 5/30/2014
Such a charming story! I really like the way that even the descriptive text is written much as Austen would have done. It's definitely a worthy sequel to the original book. I like finding out more about fringe characters too, so I definitely enjoyed reading this.
| FuzzyMammoth chapter 18 . 5/19/2014
Great story! Thank you!
| Dipper chapter 18 . 11/19/2013
I discovered your stories after reading "Miss Bennets", so it was in quite the reverse order, but I loved both!
Thank you so much for such a wonderful world you created, where these characters become much more interesting!
I will begin shortly your new story and wait impatiently for updates!
| fantasticferret chapter 1 . 10/30/2013
Have only just discovered this and really enjoyed it, fun to read about some of the fringe characters. Off to find your other fics now!
| fmlyhntr chapter 1 . 10/17/2013
I have really enjoyed your work. I like reading about fringe characters-and I agree, they are also a lot of fun to write about.
| fmlyhntr chapter 18 . 9/15/2013
This was delightful. I am glad I discovered your stories. I look forward to reading more. As I don't usually like regency fanfiction, yours are a pleasant surprise. Thank you.
| SagaDevotee chapter 18 . 9/13/2013
This was a charming story. I enjoyed every bit of it…ah well, perhaps not so much the wrath of Lady Catherine but most everything else. I am very happy Anne found love and her own happily ever after.
| audiblyausten chapter 18 . 9/4/2013
Absolutely lovely story! I love being able to see into Anne's life, and I've always wondered how/who she'd marry. Theodore and the rest of the Harts are fantastic characters. My favorite line is definitely, "Here is one: I am in love with your daughter. Here is another: I am going to marry her. Here is a third: we are going to argue sometimes, and sometimes we are going to grow quite sick of each other's company, but we are never going to stop loving one another. I am good at many things, Lady Catherine, and making Anne smile is one them, and another is making her laugh, and my favorite talent is making her happy." I teared up when I read it! The proposal, too, made my vision go blurry. What a wonderful story! You're a fantastic author!
| Fire's Shadow123 chapter 18 . 7/16/2013
This...this...words can not describe how perfect this was. Your writing style was magnificent, the characters were beautifully delevoped, and your plot was thought out extremely well. This was a phemonal story, I enjoyed every second of it!
| Lauren Hedgehog chapter 18 . 7/16/2013
This was wonderful! I enjoyed it very much :)
| Keira-House M.D chapter 18 . 6/26/2013
A fantastic story. I've never given much thought to Anne de Bourgh - I never disliked her as I did Lady Catherine, but I never thought of her either. This story is realistic, in that Anne does start thinking herself above people like the Harts, but grows over time, and that she and Elizabeth Darcy are not suddenly best friends. The new characters, especially Theodore and Rosamond, are brilliant. I find, in many places, how similar your writing seems to Jane Austen's, more so than in the one published sequel I've read. I look forward to reading about the adventures of Kitty and Mary in Bath.
| SpookedRabbits chapter 18 . 5/27/2013
I really, truly adored this story. I don't know what else to say, other than it has been a real pleasure to read it - there were a few times I was reading so fast I could hardly absorb it, simply because I wanted to know what happened. You are gifted and I hope you go very far. Thank you so much!
| Eve Robinson chapter 18 . 5/23/2013
What a delightful story. You develop this character beautifully, from a rather selfish, blinkered little being into someone who has learned to be a friend and what it means to fall in love, and who has understood how to stand up to her appalling mother. It's beautifully written, and the way you indicate what is happening but never need to point to it is very much in the Austen style. Lovely work.
| Inky chapter 18 . 5/22/2013
This is now part of my head-canon. Beautifully done!