I wrote the review of Pulse and Prejudice more than a year ago. I have just re-read the book and I have liked it as much as last year or even more.
Darcy’s passion is even greater in Colette’s version of Pride and Prejudice because it is not only his human pride and prejudice that he has to fight against.
When I did that review, I was not using stars, I was still a newbie on blogging reviews. I give five stars to Pulse and Prejudice as I think it is a very interesting variation of Pride and Prejudice.
“Confident his fascination with the young lady had ended, as every day he thought more and more of how little he though of her at all.” (Pulse and Prejudice)
I want to point out that there are some scenes of passion and erotic content towards the end of the book. I know some people do not like it, so I do not want to misguide anyone.
Read below my full review of Pulse and Prejudice and look for a copy (links below) and enjoy a magnetic attraction between Darcy and Elizabeth. Then, go and read Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth, Colette’s last release where you can find these lovely characters after their (SPOILERT) marriage. You can win an ebook or hardback copy of Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth here.
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I was eager to read this book not only because it is a variation of Pride a Prejudice but because it involves vampires.
I have to confess that I like the “Twilight Saga”, I read the books before watching the films and I liked Edward Cullen from the first page. However, I have always preferred the “proper” vampires that people discover with Bram Stoker’s Dracula and in my case, also watching the film adaptation of Anne Rice’s Interview with the vampire.
I was pretty sure, without reading anything about Pulse and Prejudice, that our Mr Darcy was going to be a “real vampire”. I was more than happy to discover that I was right.
We can experience a different approach to this love story, where the passions are stronger and where the pain is sharper. Mr Darcy does not only fight the social status, he fights his own condition…
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6 thoughts on “RE-REVIEW of “Pulse and Prejudice” by Colette L. Saucier”
I have Pulse and Prejudice but have not read it yet. However I am really looking forward to reading it and also the sequel. I just love a passionate Darcy.
So you will like Pulse and Prejudice, I have just started Dearest Bloodiest Elizabeth but for what Colette has told me, you will definetely love Book II.
I’ve been curious about this book. I’m so glad to hear that it stands up to a re-read!