#10 A Guest Review of Compulsively Mr. Darcy by Nina Benneton

I was recently given the opportunity to read and review Compulsively Mr. Darcy by Nina Benneton for the Austenprose blog!  I was eager to get my hands on this novel simply because of its creative plot.  Benneton takes the more extreme characteristics that Jane Austen gave Darcy and matches them with modern day psychiatric disorders.

In Compulsively Mr. Darcy, Darcy suffers from OCD and anxiety, making daily life difficult for him. When Dr. Elizabeth Bennet is thrown into his life he falls head over heels in love with her, but circumstances seem against them from the beginning.  Elizabeth misinterprets his relationship with Bingley, and mistakenly thinks they’re gay.  Will they be able to overcome their misconceptions of each other to find love?

For a direct link to my review, click here.

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5 thoughts on “#10 A Guest Review of Compulsively Mr. Darcy by Nina Benneton

  1. Be sure to link to Kim’s review. It is well worth it and it you are like me, will cause you to add another log on the fire or in our case book to be read!

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