Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Jennifer Joy Interviews Mr. & Mrs. Darcy from Love Never Fails

Available on Amazon
I'm excited to bring you a delightful interview with Mr. & Mrs. Darcy. The lovely Jennifer Joy recently met with them and they were gracious enough to allow an interview. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. I know it has certainly intrigued me. They have given us just enough hints about scenes and things in the new book, Love Never Fails, to make sure I will be eagerly reading it as soon as possible. Guess what...it is now available on Amazon! YAY!  

It is such a pleasure to have you visit again, Jennifer Joy. I hope you have much success with your 6th book and will continue to give us many more in the future! Thank you again, for allowing me to reveal the cover for Love Never Fails. I believe it is quite a hit! Congratulations, to you and your husband! It is still amazing to me that you have six excellent books to your credit in only a little over a year's time. Readers, to see them all listed, check out the cover reveal link above or Jennifer Joy's author page on Amazon.


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Interview: (Location withheld) :)

Jennifer: Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Darcy for your collaboration. This is our sixth project together and I must say that it has been a pleasure working with you.

              Darcy: Of course. I was pleased that Wickham only got a brief mention in this story. I despise that man.

              Elizabeth: Yes, dear, but I had to contend with Miss Bingley for most of this novel. I do hope to get a break from her in the next one.

Jennifer: I can take a hint. We shall see. So, I am curious… Which scene was your favorite in Love Never Fails?

              Elizabeth: Without a doubt, the wet shirt scene! I saw that in the BBC miniseries, you know. (said with a wink)

              Darcy: Elizabeth! I got a cold thanks to that scene and I was unable to call on you for a week! (looks disgruntled at Jennifer)

Jennifer: I do apologize for causing you discomfort. However, it was very brave of you to do what you did. I suspect that is why Elizabeth likes that scene so much.

              Elizabeth: Sure. But you have to admit that he looked rather manly coming out of the water.

              Darcy: (blushing furiously) Let us change the subject.

Jennifer: Very well. We know your feelings about that particular scene, so I would like to know: Which was your favorite, Mr. Darcy?

              Darcy: The bit with the horse.

              Elizabeth: As I recall, that was a rather painful scene. (looks accusingly at Jennifer) Why did you write that?

Jennifer: Again, I am sorry for causing you discomfort. However, it did give you an opportunity to share some time with Mr. Darcy. I thought it was sweet.

              Darcy: Yes, I feel that I left a much better impression on you there than I did when I first saw you. I was able to redeem myself— something I do quite a lot of in this story.

              Elizabeth: Oh, hush, dear. It is for that reason that women around the world adore you. You change for the woman you love and show with your actions that you’re a man of honor.

Jennifer: Does it bother you, Mrs. Darcy, that your husband is admired by so many?

              Elizabeth: Why should it? I’m the one he married. (looking as proud as Mr. Darcy himself) He was able to play the valiant prince more in this story than in our previous stories and I must say that I enjoyed playing the role of the damsel in distress. Maybe next time, can I not suffer so much? (looking pleadingly at Jennifer)

Jennifer: I’ll do my best, but half of your distress was of your own doing. I did not force you to become Lady Rutledge’s companion. I would have had Mr. Darcy court you at your uncle Gardiner’s without the additional drama caused by Miss Bingley and Lady Rutledge.

              Darcy: And miss the incident in the library or, even worse, the one with the port?

              Elizabeth: I suppose you’re right. Life with Lady Rutledge was certainly not boring and it did help me overcome the worst of my emotions. Did you know that she takes full credit for our marriage?

              Darcy: That is not surprising. She will take credit for Miss Bingley’s upcoming nuptials too.

Jennifer: Lady Rutledge was cross with me for not titling the book, Lady Rutledge’s Triumph.

              Elizabeth: (leaning in and speaking in a low tone) She did take her part rather seriously. Sometimes I was uncertain whose side she was on.

Jennifer: I think that her involvement did move things along for you. She helped you realize the importance of family.

              Elizabeth: That, she did. Please don’t kill off my father in the next book.

              Darcy: What is the next book about?

Jennifer: We’ve only just released Love Never Fails and you want to know what the next book is?

              Darcy: I’m impatient to fall in love with Elizabeth all over again.

              Elizabeth: (sighs)

Jennifer: That’s why we love you two so much. I’ll get back to work.

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Excerpt:

After her father dies, Elizabeth Bennet refuses to marry the heir of her family’s estate, leaving her, her mother, and her sisters without means and without a home— and it is all Elizabeth’s fault. What are five single women with no prospects to do? A string of emotional decisions lead her from her beloved Hertfordshire to London, where she becomes a lady’s companion to a scheming woman with too much time and money and too few scruples.

Fitzwilliam Darcy is full of remorse. Humbled from his arrogance, he sets out to prove that he is a man of honor by earning the respect of the one most affected by his indifference— Miss Elizabeth Bennet. From the

offering of a handkerchief to a hot air balloon ride, he will do what he must to become the man she believes him to be. However, even the best intentions often go awry… especially when Charles Bingley’s aunt, Lady Lavinia Rutledge, is involved.

Can Darcy and Elizabeth see past their guilt and regret to recognize the love they long for?

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What a fun interview with Darcy and Elizabeth! Now I definitely must read the book to find the scenes that they each like best. I'm betting I will like the wet shirt scene too! :) Thank you, Jennifer Joy, for taking the time to interview these two dearly loved characters from your latest novel, Love Never Fails. It is always great to have you stop by and I hope you will come back often.

Thank you, Mr. & Mrs. Darcy, for allowing us this time to learn a little bit about you both in this new release. I adore that you enjoy falling in love with Elizabeth all over again, Mr. Darcy! I'm sighing too, Elizabeth!

Remember, Jennifer Joy is giving away 4 eBooks of Love Never Fails and the giveaway is international. You get a chance to win by commenting here and at the cover reveal. Yes, that's right, it gives you two chances to win. As always, leave your contact info so I can reach you if you are one of the lucky winners. Giveaway will end at 11:59 PM on the 10th of April, 2016. Good luck to all.

34 comments:

  1. Thank you Jennifer for this excerpt!!I've just finished Darcy's ultimatum and I'm going to leave 5stars on Amazon.it!

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    1. Thank you so much, Holly! Darcy's Ultimatum started this whole journey for me, so I'm very happy you enjoyed it!

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  2. Looks like another fun read! ~ j

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    1. I sure hope so, Jessie! It was a hoot to write, well, the parts that aren't sad anyway...

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  3. What a charming interview! If the book is anywhere as good (and I presume it is) I look forward very much to reading it.

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    1. They are a charming couple. I love working with them! :D
      I think you'll especially like Lady Rutledge's tea scene!

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  4. I am wondering about the scene with Darcy and the horse

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    1. It's one of my favorite scenes! Darcy was such a gentleman through the whole ordeal.

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  5. What a charming interview. I am exceedingly curious to find out what happens in the scene with Darcy and the horse....hmmm as well as the incident in the library and with the port. Thank you for the generous give away.

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    1. Thank you for commenting, Deborah! I hope that your curiosity is satisfied soon!

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    2. What a ding ding. I forgot to leave my contact info....skamper25 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  6. What a charming interview. I am exceedingly curious to find out what happens in the scene with Darcy and the horse....hmmm as well as the incident in the library and with the port. Thank you for the generous give away.

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  7. I love having memory loss because I can excitedly look forward to reading this story again. I really enjoyed it the first time and have ordered the print copy to keep in my library.

    I am a tad bit jealous you were able to interview our dear couple. Sigh! I've been doing this longer than you and still haven't had the privilege. Maybe one day?

    Dad and I are so proud of you for being able to tell such whoppers and for Renan to do such lovely "arting".I love you!

    Janet: I am sure you were able to meet Mr. and Mrs. Darcy when they stopped by for the interview. Tell me, (I promise I won't tell anybody else) does Mr. D look like "you know who"?

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    1. I love you too, Mom! Thank you for being so supportive! Little birdies tell me that you've been creating some mischief for Darcy and Lizzy too. Can't wait to read the finished stories!

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  8. What a darling interview. Thank you for sharing. I can read Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy falling in love over and over again.
    saganchilds(a)gmail.com

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    1. Thank you, schilds! I can read (and write) about them over and over again too!

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  9. That was a very cute interview! I would love to win a copy of this, so that I too can find out about the wet shirt scene, about Darcy and the horse, and about the incidents in the library and with the port.

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    1. For such a smooth gentleman, Mr. Darcy sure does get into a lot of sticky situations! Thank you for your comment, Ginna :)

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  10. How cute! Loved the interview. They are so sweet together, but the favorite scenes were fun.
    The premise sounds intriguing.

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.
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    1. I thought it was very gracious of them not to spoil the ending. That's my favorite scene!
      Best wishes to you!

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  11. Enjoyed the interview and look forward to the book. And, thank you, for the giveaway as well.

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    1. Thank you, Gianna. There's no pig in this story, but we still get to see Darcy's softer side.

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  12. Lovely interview! And thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  13. Wonderful interview! We can never get enough of our favorite characters. I am looking forward to reading this one.

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    1. Thank you, Becky! They're such a great couple!

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    1. Thank you, Denise! It was fun to do.

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  15. Love the interview! It was so much fun! Congrats on your new release.

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    1. Thank you very much, Dung! I love my job :D

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  16. What a novel idea and such a delightful post! Loved the interview, Jennifer Joy, and looks like I'll absolutely adore the book. Congrats on the new release!

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    1. Thank you so much, Joana! I know I can always count on you to be encouraging :)

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  17. Love the interview and love the book. I bought it the other day and have just finished reading it �� all the scenes mentioned were memorable but I like tea with Georgiana and the very last scene best. Thanks for another great read Jennifer and obviously don't enter me for the giveaway ��

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    1. Thank you, Glynis! I love hearing what readers think. It's the best motivation to continue putting pen to paper!

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