Mr. Darcy's Fault: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary Novella
By Regina Jeffers
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What if an accident
prevents Elizabeth Bennet from reading Mr. Darcy’s
letter of apology? What if said letter goes missing and
ends up in the hands of George Wickham? What if Mr.
Wickham plans to use the evidence of both Georgiana
Darcy’s ruination and Darcy’s disdain for the Bennets to
his benefit? How will Darcy counter Wickham’s plans and
claim happiness with Elizabeth Bennet?
When he notices his long-time enemy in the vicinity of Hunsford Cottage, FITZWILLIAM DARCY means to put an end to an assignation between ELIZABETH BENNET and Mr. Wickham, but Darcy is not prepared for the scene which greets him in Rosings Woods. Elizabeth lies injured and crumpled beneath one of trees, and in order to save her, by Society’s standards, Darcy must compromise Elizabeth. Needless to say, Darcy does not mind claiming Elizabeth to wife, but what of the lady’s affections? Can Darcy tolerate Elizabeth’s emotions being engaged elsewhere?
Compelled into an engagement she least desires, Elizabeth Bennet thinks it impossible she could ever care for the arrogant Mr. Darcy, but the man proves more irresistible than Elizabeth first assumes. Yet, just when Elizabeth begins to believe happiness is within their grasps, Mr. Wickham reappears in her life with a “proposal” Elizabeth cannot refuse, and it is all Mr. Darcy’s fault.
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