Untamed & Unabashed

Untamed Unabashed Elizabeth Bennet told her story in Pride and Prejudice Now Lydia Bennet tells her side of her whirlwind marriage to Lieutenant Wickham As the youngest of five daughters with a pittance of a dowry and

  • Title: Untamed & Unabashed
  • Author: Liza O'Connor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Elizabeth Bennet told her story in Pride and Prejudice Now Lydia Bennet tells her side of her whirlwind marriage to Lieutenant Wickham As the youngest of five daughters with a pittance of a dowry and no hope for a good marriage, it appears her life is doomed from the start But Lydia refuses to accept such a possibility She learns how to set herself apart from her sisteElizabeth Bennet told her story in Pride and Prejudice Now Lydia Bennet tells her side of her whirlwind marriage to Lieutenant Wickham As the youngest of five daughters with a pittance of a dowry and no hope for a good marriage, it appears her life is doomed from the start But Lydia refuses to accept such a possibility She learns how to set herself apart from her sisters and gain the attention of young men She hones charm and flirtation to an art Willing to take risks, she manages to acquire a substantial dowry and marries her beloved Wickham Yet, her life remains on the brink until she gains the patronage of a wealthy Duke trapped in a loveless marriage Lydia was Lydia still untamed, unabashed, wild, noisy and fearless quote by Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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    1. A rambunctious storyLydia Bennet continues on the path she has already begun when she elopes with Lt. George Wickham. He is being pursued by creditors who threaten his well-being. Since he has no money, he makes a stop at Col. Forster's home to steal the supply money. Lydia obligingly picks the lock on the strongbox.Instead of heading for Gretna Green, the couple travel to London where they lie low in a boarding house. Wickham has plans to use Lydia to make money. He just hasn't decided whether [...]

    2. The book begins with a quote that explains the title, and that alone is clever perfection and the shortest summary one could ever write about the story.(“Lydia was Lydia still; untamed, unabashed, wild, noisy and fearless.” - quote by Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen)The title is a perfect description of Lydia in this book, for she is both untamable and unabashed. She knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to get it. She may be flighty and naïve, flashy and stubborn [...]

    3. If you’ve ever wondered what happened in those days in between Lydia going missing and turning up at Longbourn married to Wickham, then look no further.This is a delightful tale of the darker side of regency London and how Lydia not only survived but triumphed, at least in her eyes.Untamed and Unabashed has been on my TBR pile for a while and I wish I'd read it sooner. I couldn’t put it down and can’t wait to catch up on Lydia’s next adventure.

    4. Lydia has always been ignored or lost in the household of Bennett women. But when she sets off an adventure with Mr. Wickham, she finds out just what an amazing woman she is. Ms. Connor tells a much more interesting tale than the one told by Ms. Austin. Lydia is child-like but also very sensual. She's greedy and yet can hold on to her money. These dual natures are what provide the best insights into the character. I really understood and could connect with Lydia. She only wanted to be happy and [...]

    5. I like Austenations that really branch out into absurdity; and I very much like Austenations which give Lydia, whom I've always been rather fond of, a happy ending. This book does both. It's a Regency sex romp with Austen characters and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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