Fitzwilliam Darcy’s father is a wise, and benevolent man, but a sinister act of betrayal by a former family friend induces George Darcy to alter his liberal beliefs and issue a new dictate. Darcy attempts to honour his father’s wishes whilst staying true to his own standards.
When Georgiana forms a friendship with Miss Elizabeth Bennet, Darcy convinces his father to allow the association to continue. However, the lady soon presents a thorny problem: Miss Elizabeth entices Darcy as no other lady has before.
With his current outlook, George Darcy would never approve of Miss Elizabeth as a match for Darcy. But Darcy is not without hope. Will his father, after getting to know Miss Elizabeth better, recognize her many admirable qualities and change his mind?
In this Pride & Prejudice variation, Fitzwilliam Darcy is caught between the influences of love and duty. Which of these will prove to wield the greatest power?