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“She shall marry for the purpose for which matrimony was ordained amongst people of birth – that is, for the aggrandizement of her family, the extending of their political influence – for becoming, in short, the depository of their mutual interest. These are the only purposes for which persons of rank every think of marriage.”
(from Marriage  by Susan Ferrier)
For those of us who love historical romance, we rejoice in proving that ignoring propriety is so much more fulfilling than meeting these antiquated precepts of love and marriage. We celebrate filial rebellion and independence.
The reason fairy tales
end with a wedding is no one wishes to view what
Fitzwilliam Darcy loves
three things: his sister, his ancestral estate, and
Darius and Eliza must claim a strong allegiance before love can find its way into their hearts.
The only thing that makes sense in a world turned upside down is an "Angel" he cannot claim as his.
Darcy and Elizabeth must
learn how "necessity" never makes a fair bargain.
The greatest present he
will ever receive is the gift of her love.