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  • Title: Undeceived: Pride and Prejudice in the Spy Game
  • Author: Karen M. Cox
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  • Page: 321
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  • if I endeavor to undeceive people as to the rest of his conduct, who will believe me Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 40During the last gasp of the Cold War, Elizabeth Bennet, a young, forthright counterintelligence officer, embarks on an exciting assignment that would make her late father, a fallen CIA operative, proud She transfers to Europe to investigate the legendary if I endeavor to undeceive people as to the rest of his conduct, who will believe me Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 40During the last gasp of the Cold War, Elizabeth Bennet, a young, forthright counterintelligence officer, embarks on an exciting assignment that would make her late father, a fallen CIA operative, proud She transfers to Europe to investigate the legendary and elusive William Darcy, an officer in line for the coveted Soviet station chief position who s suspected of being a double agent.William Darcy appears to lead a charmed existence, but now he finds himself fighting for his career and against his growing feelings for the young woman he doesn t know is watching his every move.Elizabeth wants to throw the book at him, but the facts don t match her preconceptions Is Darcy being set up Are there darker forces at work Or is William Darcy a skilled double agent after all Nothing is as it seems, however, and the closer Elizabeth gets to the truth about Darcy, the she spirals into danger.Undeceived, the new novel by award winning author, Karen M Cox, is part romance, part spy game suspense a compelling variation on Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen s classic tale.
    Undeceived Pride and Prejudice in the Spy Game if I endeavor to undeceive people as to the rest of his conduct who will believe me Pride and Prejudice Chapter During the last gasp of the Cold War Elizabeth Bennet a young forthright counteri

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    1. I read this a second time in paperback, a copy of which I won in the grand raffle for the blog tour for The Darcy Monologuesloved it just as much, especially as I had forgotten some of the details Do watch the YouTube clip for this book the link is youtube watch v Zubtv LOVED this book.Absolutely amazing.on the edge of my seat, smugly thinking I knew what was coming but now I am all smiles thinking what pleasure all you other readers have coming This must be read like a drink of fine wineowly, s [...]

    2. Great mash up between Pride and Prejudice and the 1987 movie No Way Out The CIA has a mole, and Darcy, a.k.a The London Fog, is suspected Elizabeth Bennet is a new recruit who has the linguistic specialty to get her posted to his latest assignment in Hungary and learns that investigating him is part of her assignment Wickham briefs her and gives her a preconceived bias against Darcy, reinforcing her negative first impression of him from when he gave a presentation to her recruiting class.The sto [...]

    3. Cold War Era Espionage, Double Agents, Moles, Tense Forbidden Attraction Sign Me Up And bonus, its Jane Austen s well loved Pride Prejudice characters populating such a story which made it icing on a tantalizing layered cake The story opens with Elizabeth Bennet following in her father s footsteps to fulfill her dream of working for the CIA One rude encounter with premier agent, William Darcy, leaves her not that upset to be assigned to a ticklish first assignment Darcy is a legend in the shadow [...]

    4. 4.5 stars Spies and SpeculationCIA, the Cold War, counterintelligence spies Doesn t sound like your typical Pride and Prejudice retelling, does it Oh no, my friends, it certainly is not Freshly minted officer Elizabeth Bennet, who specializes in linguistics, is assigned a covert mission to investigate the famous and memorably arrogant William Darcy Chosen because of her fluency in Hungarian, Elizabeth travels to Budapest to be Darcy s interpreter, all the while studying his actions to determine [...]

    5. It is the early 1980 s and the zenith of the world wide communist threat Following in her late father s career footsteps, Elizabeth Bennet is assigned to the counter intelligence unit of the CIA Her first task is to uncover a mole who has been undermining intelligence operations in Prague, Budapest, East Berlin, and inside headquarters in Langley Virginia Career officer Will Darcy thinks agent Bennet is accompanying him as an assistant, little knowing she is investigating the possibility that he [...]

    6. It s been awhile since I ve read a book that I couldn t put down I don t know if it s just been my luck lately or what but I definitely couldn t put this one down In this variation, Darcy and Elizabeth are spies from the CIA in the 1980s Wickham convinces Elizabeth to do some counterintelligence work and her first investigation is on Darcy who she already doesn t like They bump heads a lot, but Darcy clearly falls for her This variation was great because there were things I didn t predict, the s [...]

    7. What an amazing story From start to finish it had me completely riveted Fast paced, plenty of action and intrigue, the essential elements of PP are expertly woven into the very original plot As to the mysteries involved, some answers are clearly apparent, but there also red herrings sprinkled in along the way There was one surprise that I recognized and truly hoped for as I read, but the final reveal proved the adage be careful what you wish for Sins of the fathers, indeed.

    8. This review was first published on Babblings of a Bookworm babblingsofabookwormUndeceived is a Pride Prejudice inspired story which, unusually, is neither Regency nor contemporary instead it s set in the early 1980s Darcy is an established CIA agent and Elizabeth is new to the Agency The CIA believes it has a mole in its Eastern European area of operation and Elizabeth has been tasked with surveilling Darcy, under cover of being his interpreter, to work out whether he is the mole Unfortunately, [...]

    9. Good Spy Story of Pride And Prejudice.This is book is Pride and Prejudice set in the 1980 s during the Cold War and has Elizabeth and Darcy as spies for the CIA Their romance follows the plot of PP perfectly, but the mystery in the book makes the whole story much intriguing I truly enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone looking for a different take on PP.

    10. Check out this amazing video for readers based on Karen Cox s book Undeceived youtube watch v ZubtvEven if you ve read the book, this video is terrific Can two undercover agents learn to trust and love one another once they learn the truth about their past Rating 5 stars out of 5There s just no way to deceive anyone regarding my feelings for this book Karen Cox, hit the nail on the head when she created this spy story, which has the perfect combination of gripping action, sharp and sassy dialogu [...]

    11. 4.5 stars out of 5 I received this ebook as a winner on a blog.What can be exciting then having a modern Pride Prejudice retelling set against the Cold War and working for the CIA in counterintelligence James Bonds meet Pride Prejudice.Darcy aka The London Fog is suspected to be a double agent Elizabeth Bennet, a newly minted officer with a specialty in linguistics, is assigned a covert mission to investigate Darcy in Hungary.The story travels to multiple locations in the process of unveiling w [...]

    12. Rating 4.5 Take one new CIA recruit, Elizabeth Bennet and have her covertly investigating a seasoned CIA operative, William Darcy and hold on for the ride George Wickham was as smooth and smarmy as always and I found myself having to put the book down as I kept telling Elizabeth not to trust or believe him She just wouldn t listenLOL I was intrigued and beguiled by this story and enjoyed trying to figure out who the real mole was I did have my suspicions I enjoyed finding quotes from PP in the s [...]

    13. A very good Pride Prejudice s retelling.Original, very well thought out and written.Elizabeth is independent, strong, capable and blinded by prejudice just like in the original tale.Darcy is accomplished, arrogant and full of pride.A lot of characters from the original PP show up in this story and there s even Pemberley Even so, the story is original and it will keep you engaged until the very end.He had never been as betwitched by any woman as he was by her, and if it were not for the fact that [...]

    14. Undeceived is a recent entry in the newer sub subgenre of contemporary Austenesque novels with a grittier edge On the whole I like this category, though the sharper, coarser Elizabeths do sometimes require me to adjust my mind set The tougher heroine brings new challenges, but also new interpretations, to the reimagining of Pride and Prejudice.Karen Cox has set her tale in the height of the Cold War, the early 1980s, and in the nerve center of the Cold War the CIA Elizabeth Bennet is a newly tra [...]

    15. Enjoyed Undeceived immensely The storyline kept me on my toes throughout the whole book Loved the characterisation of Darcy and Elizabeth and even the little bit of Georgiana in this book called Georgina we saw at the end Amazing work Definitely one of my favourite JAFFs.

    16. Okay I really did want to like this book It was SOOOO cheesy And some lines actually had me outwardly groaning But the thing was that it was so precise and exact a translation that I couldn t not like it Darcy acted EXACTLY like he would have on the 80s Down to arrogance and awkward he s in love but doesn t want to be distractions It was scary And Elizabeth was too Fighting for what she wanted, sassing Darcy into the next continent and being an all around badass Just as she should be It was real [...]

    17. tomorrowisanotherdaytervist What if we mash up different genres like Regency novel and spy story Author Karen M Cox, with her new novel, Undeceived, is ready to help us to find out.Set during the years of the cold war, the novel shows in an original way the characters of Pride and prejudice William Darcy is a famous CIA spy accused of being a mole for the KGB, while Elizabeth Bennet is a rookie of the same agency that has the assignment to investigate on him Both have to fight against their mutu [...]

    18. I received an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review Espionage The Cold War A sassy heroine and a emotionally distant hero This book has it all From Budapest to Berlin to the States and beyond we get to see Darcy and Lizzy play out their convoluted courtship while he is denying his feelings and she is investigating him per her orders.I really did enjoy all the various personalities from all the characters They really made this book stand out amongst the crowd The person I suspected all a [...]

    19. Pride and Prejudice meets Mission Impossible Two of my favorites Author Karen M Cox s creative novel has our much loved Elizabeth Bennet and William Darcy in a modern day story of espionage and romance I loved the parallels to Pride and Prejudice while the characters were given freedom of expression because of the era The story had me guessing all the way to the end

    20. Reading this book was a ton of fun It took a full two chapters before I found myself integrated into the plot, but it was well worth the effort You will be guessing ly incorrectly, until the very end

    21. Intriguing variationWhat a great espionage story in Involving Darcy and Elizabeth and so many other familiar PP characters I loved this book

    22. Fun It was a fun read My only criticism is that I didn t really get to see a softening of Elizabeth s feelings for Darcy before they were together.

    23. How this book has such a high rating, I ll never know The characters were barely recognizable, the plot all over the place Several of the conversations were so awkward that I had to put the book down to take a breather and not in a good way The only reason it got two stars instead of one is because the premise is promising.

    24. Barely made sense for any given two pages in a row I genuinely have no idea why this is so highly rated I was excited by the premise but the execution was far from gripping.

    25. I got this book after I finished 1932 by this same author I found her talent in retelling PP during the depression to be clever This book is written well and the authors knowledge of the spy world is clear I m just not sure it was what I wanted The direction KM took her story made it believable You can easily picture the scenes unfold but it runs along side the beloved characters of PP and so while their are traces of their true nature from the original the theme is disrupted What that means is [...]

    26. DNF at 18%If this is Pride and prejudice, I m Jennifer Lopez shagging Charlie Hunnamabsolutely not This was not Darcy, she is not Elizabeth and not everything is ok as long as you have a Wickham to play the bad boy.

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