Letter of the Law – Chapter 12 February 17, 2018 / J "Joy" Dawn King / 11 Comments I have removed this story to prepare for publishing. Share this:TweetShare on TumblrEmailPrint Related Uncategorized Previous post New Release – Friends and Enemies on Audiobook Next post Letter of the Law – Chapter 13 11 Comments Glynis February 17, 2018 at 6:31 pm Phew! Not one kiss but three! Why didn’t he wait for Elizabeth’s reaction before apologising? I’m positive she wouldn’t have kissed him back if she had accepted Richard so Darcy should have claimed compromise as witnessed by his uncle. I know he is too honourable to try and get her as his bride that way but…………..! He must go after her and protect her from Mr Collins – PLEASE Your grandchildren must be commended for sharing their grandma with us poor readers! Reply J "Joy" Dawn King (Post author) February 17, 2018 at 7:00 pm You are correct, Glynis. There is much that needs done. And, he is an honorable man. I will certain share what you said with Jennifer’s children. They understand the writer’s life. Reply caroleincanada February 17, 2018 at 7:08 pm Good Grief!!! Darcy your brain is addled if you think you can walk away from Elizabeth like that after kissing her so completely! I know you think she is betrothed, but why are you positive Richard was asking and that she accepted?!!! Lord Matlock is wonderful and now Darcy has made his pursuit that much more difficult! And now Mr. Collins is thrown into the mix…argh!!!! Though I am sure it will add a level of hilarity to the mess! Oh do rest up and continue to enjoy those grandchildren as much as possible…we will be waiting…maybe not as patiently as we should…but they do come first. Reply J "Joy" Dawn King (Post author) February 17, 2018 at 10:08 pm Ha Ha! Brain addled. Yes, he certainly is. I think the poor man was as affected by the kiss as she was. I’m typing Chapter 13 now. Lizzy is a tad bit twitterpated. I will do as you suggest and enjoy them to the full. Reply Patricia Edmisson February 18, 2018 at 9:06 am Oh my goodness! What a muddle Darcy has created. I do not think Lizzy would have returned a kiss if she was engaged to another . Thank goodness for the audience of his uncle to help this mess. Now Darcy has to face his cousin. Let us hope Richard did not get the answer he wanted if it was to ask for Lizzy’s hand in marriage. Enjoy your family and type when able. We will be waiting most patiently. Reply J "Joy" Dawn King (Post author) February 19, 2018 at 1:12 am I know! I went back and reread the chapter and thought, “uh-oh! Darcy’s done it now.” I do like Lord and Lady Matlock. We will be seeing more of them in future chapters. Thanks for waiting. Reply Jennifer Redlarczyk February 18, 2018 at 5:22 pm It is definitely a muddle but … did the colonel really propose and if so what was her answer??? It seems someone aught to call “Compromise!” Don’t you think??? He He Reply J "Joy" Dawn King (Post author) February 19, 2018 at 1:12 am Great questions, Jennifer. They are answered in chapter 13, which I just posted. This is getting exciting! (I keep saying that, but it truly is.) Reply Gail M Frisby February 18, 2018 at 6:11 pm Oh no wow good grief oomp why o that’s all I can say. Reply J "Joy" Dawn King (Post author) February 19, 2018 at 1:13 am Thank you for your comment, Gail. I felt exactly the same way. Reply Anji February 24, 2018 at 7:41 pm I think Elizabeth is angry, not because of the kiss, but because of the apology. He kissed her, she kissed him back and then they kissed each other – it’s like buses. You wait ages for one, then three come along together! Not satisfactory with buses but definitely satisfactory with this scene – until Darcy puts his foot in his mouth again! Don’t think Lizzy would have kissed him like that if she’d just become betrothed to Richard. Uncle Hugh is a real sweetie and I’m sure will do his best to make aure the right coupke get together……eventually. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.