Girl Finds Eternity

Author: C Mitchell

About the Book

It’s a truth, universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife…

These were the words that Mrs. Bennet, nervous mother and wife to Mr. Bennet and her five lovely daughters, has secretly believed for far too long. In 1811, England is on the brink of going to war with America for the second time in four decades, but while all of the world is occupied with political strife, all that she still cares about is marrying off her five eligible daughters. Sending them off to London and every part of England that she can to marry them off before they get labelled as ‘old widows’, her plans get thwarted as they return home and still have not gotten a proposal. However, the second of her eldest daughters, Elizabeth, has unknowingly made an incredible discovery. While in England, she met a handsome stranger who’s name she did not catch, but who her heart for some reason was taken with.

Then one day, there is news that two men from London will be residing in Steventon for a while, and while this is wonderful news to Mrs. Bennet, Elizabeth still has her mind on the handsome man she met in London. The two men arrive and she discovers that one of them is the man she met in town, and it turns out that his name is Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberly. Happy to see him again, she immediately prepares to be on good terms, only to find out that something has changed, and that he is cold to her. Angered at the second impression that he has given her of his nature, Elizabeth is angered with his new proud and conceited nature. Yet little by little, Mr. Darcy begins to open up to his already existing attraction to her, but can they resolve the disagreements between them both, or will they forever be at odds? Follow the two most beloved characters of the regency world as they embark on a whole new journey that we all know—or thought that we knew. Welcome back to the wonderful world of the Bennets and discover a new path that Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy took to find each other.

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Inspired by: Pride and Prejudice
Subjects: variation

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