Once, Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet were foes, then tenuous friends. After Elizabeth discovers Darcy is engaged to another woman, she flees to Boston to seek solace with her cousin, the brash and worldly Emeline Poston.
When she returns to England after years spent abroad, Elizabeth must face the man who shattered her heart, and is shocked to find the proud man she once knew drastically altered. Does she have the courage to seek out the man with whom she fell in love –whatever the cost?
Fitzwilliam Darcy has spent his days regretting what might have been and his nights being tormented by the decisions he has made. His life in tatters, he can barely face the once respectable man in his mirror or the baby girl in Pemberley’s nursery. Now that Elizabeth has returned, will he atone for his mistakes and win her heart for good?
This alternate path reimagining of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice is recommended for adult readers.
I am sure I will love this book. It sounds really bad but I hope the little girl in Pemberley’s nursery is motherless (maybe after childbirth) if not it will be very difficult for Darcy and Elizabeth to be together!!
I hope you enjoy finding out the parentage of that gorgeous little nugget. She is an absolute doll.
Monica M Perry
This looks so angsty but good! I’m hoping the baby is his niece but either way, the image of Darcy plus baby equals melting! Haha