Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts

Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts

Mitzi Szereto / Jun 25, 2019

Pride and Prejudice Hidden Lusts Imagine that Jane Austen had written the opening line of her satirical novel Pride and Prejudice this way It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune mus

  • Title: Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts
  • Author: Mitzi Szereto
  • ISBN: 9781573446631
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
  • Imagine that Jane Austen had written the opening line of her satirical novel Pride and Prejudice this way It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a good romp and a good wifealthough not necessarily from the same person or from the opposite sex In Pride and Prejudice Hidden Lusts Mr Darcy has neveImagine that Jane Austen had written the opening line of her satirical novel Pride and Prejudice this way It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a good romp and a good wife although not necessarily from the same person or from the opposite sex In Pride and Prejudice Hidden Lusts Mr Darcy has never been devilish and the seemingly chaste Elizabeth never turned on The entire cast of characters from Austen s classic is here in this rewrite that goes all the way This time Mr Bingley and his sister both have designs on Mr Darcy s manhood Elizabeth s bff Charlotte marries their family s strange relation and stumbles upon a secret world of feminine relations to her liking and, in this telling, men are not necessarily the only dominating sex And of course there s some good old fashioned bodice ripping that shows no pride or prejudice and reveals hot hidden lusts in every page turning chapter.

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    1. Dear Lord, where do I begin?Okay, everyone knows that my not so secret vice is Pride and Prejudice adaptations. My favorites are ones where Darcy and Elizabeth show their love for each other (umm, get there grove on, have sex, do the nasty). However, nothing prepared me for thisIDE AND PREJUDICE: HIDDEN LUSTS was crazy for coco puffs, completely lacking in reason and common sense. Yet, I was entertained. Granted my entertainment was more along the lines of "Dear Lord, no she didn't. Dear Lord, n [...]

    2. This book appeared because its time has come. Current writers of literary erotica claim that if publishers and the reading public had accepted explicit sex scenes in the mainstream literature of yesteryear, some writers would have written them in where they fit instead of simply ignoring sex or referring to it in grandiose but evasive metaphors (“the earth moved”). The romances of Jane Austen (1775-1817) have never really fallen out of fashion since they were first published. Recent televisi [...]

    3. Like a car wreck I cant look away from this weird genre of books attempting to cross pollinate 50 Shades of Grey and Pride and Prejudice. I think this is the third attempt I've read and by far the most insane. Not good insane though mind you, insane like Mary takes a magic potion, grows a beard and becomes a rabbi in Jerusalem (I am not making this up) in a random throwaway side plot type insane. Still, while the other two books seemed to struggle to find ways to introduce sex to a book about na [...]

    4. What happens when both Bingley’s want Mr. Darcy, if both Miss Lucas and Mr. Collins prefer those of their own sex, if Lydia Bennet was doing much more than just flirting with the militia, or if Mr. Bennett spent his time in the library studying things of a decidedly more carnal nature? All this and lots more is embarked upon in Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts. Like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Hidden Lusts is a rewrite but instead of zombies, we have lots (and lots) of fleshy wickedness. [...]

    5. OnPride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts by Mitzi SzeretoIn this age in which a new form of moral Puritanism is creeping intocontemporary society, this novel uses an age old setting to demonstrate theemerging hostility towards diverse sexual acts that are widely practiced today.This erotic parody of Jane Austen’s Prideand Prejudice, by Mitzi Szereto, has been cleverly given the title Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts. Itstitle signifies the fact that it deals with the favourable as well as theunfav [...]

    6. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE: HIDDEN LUST is a vibrantly titillating sensual sophisticated rendition of Jane Austin’s classic PRIDE AND PREDJUDICE from erotic romance author Mitzi Szereto who brings these classic characters to life in her rampantly lascivious adaptation which released this past Spring from Cleis Press to raved reviews.Readers let me start that PRIDE AND PREJUDICE: HIDDEN LUSTS is not for the faint of heart. This highly sexually charged read is everything I look for in a well crafted st [...]

    7. Pride and Prejudice Hidden LustsBy Mitzi SzeretoRelease Date: July 1, 2011Publisher: Cleis PressISBN-10: 1573446637Source: Author supplied PDF Warning: This book is for those of mature sensibilities. Drop those breeches and rip open those bodices and enter the scandalous behind the scenes world of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Do you want to know what Mr. Bennet really does behind the closed door of his library? Is Lydia Bennet just wild or is she really just a 7-11 kind of girl? What is [...]

    8. "One Morning Mr. Bennet announced to his family that a guest would be arriving at Longbourn. "I have received a letter from my cousin, William Collins, who, when I am dead, may turn you all out of this house as soon as he pleases," Pride & Prejudice: Hidden Lusts By Mitzi Szereto I admit I decided to read and review this book out of curiosity because I had never read the original Pride & Prejudice given my business education and background. After reading the book, I did a little research [...]

    9. Reviewed by StephanieBook provided by publisher for reviewI'm amazed how parallel Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Szereto's sexy parody, Hidden Lusts, are. Though I do believe the original is a timeless classic, I can't say I really enjoyed it that much. I remember having to read it in tenth grade English; I made it about three-quarters through, before deciding just to SparkNotes the rest of it. This fiery rewrite however, I had no trouble reading. It may be I just really like sex (most likely) [...]

    10. Originally posted at: whippedcream2/201A Whipped Cream "BEST BOOK"Do the “classics” entertain you with their period language and beautiful imagery but leave you wanting the characters to break out of those molds and just get real? No, I’m not suggesting a Real World Regency England. But if you would like to know what happens when the BBC gets crossed with Cinemax look no further than Mitzi Szereto’s Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts. This is not your high school lit teacher's Jane Austen [...]

    11. 3.75 StarsPride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts is a refreshingly erotic taste of the classics that will raise eyebrows, hemlines and strain breeches. Mitzi Szereto patterns her prose in a lively pas de deux that both amuses and titillates as she lays out an R-rated Pride of Prejudice…one we have not seen the like of before. Szereto’s honest effort to channel a sensual Jane Austen amid the pleasantries and frivolity of polite English society is anything but tepid-every character in this very fam [...]

    12. 3.5 I did a mini-review of this on the vlog, and I called it playful (like a Benny Hill sketch for porn), and I think that's really what I got from it (and part of why I liked it). It sort of straddles the line between serious and silly, but it's done in a way that works. There are times when authors do parodies, spoofs, or just really random updates/adaptations of a classic, and you can tell that their main goal is to shock and amuse people who didn't like the classic to begin with - you get th [...]

    13. Pride & Prejudice: Hidden Lusts is an erotica novel adaptation of Jane Austen's classic Pride & Prejudice. All the characters are still here from Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth, and Mr. Bingley but you could have never imagined what was really going on in Netherifeld Park! While Mrs. Bennett is determined to marry off one of her daughters to the good fortune of Mr. Bingley, Mr. Bennett is too busy behind his study doors with his favorite pictures to get involved Mr. Bennett is not the only one wit [...]

    14. My Thoughts:When I got a text from Tevya, asking me if I wanted the Pride & Prejudice erotica, I all caps'ed her in response and said "YES! ME ME ME!". Why you ask? Am I just a smut monger? Yes and no. I think works like this, as well as Pride, Prejudice and Zombies, and even fan fiction are really fun genres, as well as challenging ones. You try writing something that is your own creation, while sticking to the confines of the original author's characters - It's not easy. P&PHL did that [...]

    15. Mitzi Szereto is the queen of funny-sexy. I knew it when I read In Sleeping Beauty's Bed: Erotic Fairy Tales, so I suspected she would do great things with Jane Austen's classic. Indeed she has. The romance is intact, but interspersed with such deliciously funny erotic scenes as the loss of Mr. Collins' front tooth and the incident of the butternut squash. The forbidden desires exposed in this tome are of all varieties, from Mr. Bingley's secret crush on Mr. Darcy (culminating in a tense attempt [...]

    16. Lascivious! Impassioned! Steamy! Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts is Jane Austen kicked up a notch! A wonderful parody of a classic, Jane Austen would approve. A creatively written story that takes all the elements we loved in the classic and then retelling it behind closed doors! Mitzi Szereto has done a superb job of melding a classic tale with an erotic flair. You will be able to find all your favorite characters in this adaptation, just not partaking of the same activities. Mrs. Bennett can [...]

    17. I found the concept of this - an erotic Jane Austen - a good idea for fun, but I think the execution here of the lusty parts not as good as it could have been. All the Pride and Prejudice characters were here and I adored the humor of many of the situations and really laughed out loud. Some of the "hidden" characterizations were just so fitting, a dominatrix Lady Catherine, for example. Generally, though, the erotica was actually a bit boring abd repetitious in nature. The author seems a better [...]

    18. I'm just not a fan of these books that practically rewrite every line of the original book and then add chunks of their own narration and dialogue. I've already read the book so I don't want to read it again. Wasn't much of a fan of the erotic parts of the book either. More perverse than fun or stimulating.

    19. Rated 3.5 but I always rate up since GR doesn't count 1/2 stars. Full review can be found on my review blog:anotherlookbookreviewsspo

    20. One of the most loved books on the planet is reimagined with naughty bits. A bawdy romp much in the pantomime vein, I found this silly rather than sexy.

    21. Uses the main scenes from Pride and Prejudice and adds sex or drugs to them. It's a romp but will never take the place of the classic. Makes you see them as 21st century people. Lighthearted fun.

    22. Whew! This book is exactly as described - lots of lusts within the narrative of the Pride and Prejudice story (some small canon changes made). For what it is, I found it an enjoyable dip into the story line. There are some major issues regarding consent, which lessened my enjoyment considerably.

    23. Title: Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts*Author: Mitzi SzeretoSeries:N/AGenre: Erotic RomancePublisher: Cleis PressFormat: paperback & digital ebookDate/Year: July 5, 2011Reviewed by: ElaineReads *This book was provided to the reviewer by the author for reviewSummary from the publisher:Imagine that Jane Austen had written the opening line of her satirical novel Pride and Prejudice this way: “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in [...]

    24. Warning: This book is not for the faint of heart or easily offended. Everything is permitted in this erotic retelling of Pride and Prejudice, and I do mean everything. Nothing is off limits, including a few handsome stable boys. To be fair, I picked this book up specifically because a review on was complaining about the gay sex. I’m going to be brutally honest with this review. First of all, if you’ve followed my reviews at all, you’ll know I don’t really read that much erotica. Which i [...]

    25. Pride & PrejudiceHidden LustsBy: Mitzi Szereto3 stars Well the subtitle of the book says it all!! I warn you, if what happens behind the bedroom door (well in this book everywhere but) makes you uncomfortable, this is not the book for you! Every character in this book, with the exception of the nerve wrought and uptight Mrs. Bennet, can only be described as horny!! There is a plethora of consortium going on within the pages of this book. As a matter of fact I think there may only be a dozen [...]

    26. I first saw this cover in my friend's page. She had been bragging on and on about Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts, and how erotic it was. First I thought Pride and Prejudice and erotic this two thing in one sentence! Sumi, you have finally lost it. But now that I have read it I must agree this was indeed one the erotic reads ever and absolutely beautiful adaptation on Austin's world. Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice is second my second favorite in Austin's book. But Pride and Prejudice: Hidd [...]

    27. I'm not sure why it took me over a year to read this. Maybe the language wasn't quite what I wanted? Or some of it was pretty ridiculous? But if you like Austen's Pride and Prejudice and you like erotic fiction, shouldn't you like this book? The answer should be "yes." It's a retelling of Pride and Prejudice but with a lot of sexbut I think what I didn't like was that it was more like a really bad porno version of Pride and Prejudice. And maybe that was the intention. Some of the book was laugh- [...]

    28. Not quite so cheap as one might fear the premise to be.And the author didn't screw up rewriting the story.The augments to the narrative are quite clearly over the top; though seem mostly serve as exposition for the dispositions of the involved characters.While the narrative is faithfully retold, I reckon there's not exactly as much of the source narrative to be enough for fans of P&P; but I suppose they should instead just read P&P.Unfortunately, though, I suspect the absurdity of the er [...]

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