Girl Raises Sunrise
About the Book
There have been many ‘what if’ variation stories of the timeless love between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet, but as often, every story has a story before that, as every time in history had a moment that preceeded it. What if the love between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth was not the beginning of things, but there was a love story that preceeded it? What if years before there was another Bennet girl who fell in love with a Darcy man, and would be the beginning of what would lead to the greatest romantic tale in the world: pride and prejudice. Here is the story of that woman and man, who would be the beginnings of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. It’s a philosophy, widely believed, with every beginning of a story, even that story’s beginning has a beginning before it. Jacqueline Bennet was a young girl born into the English nobility, when tragedy struck her and her life was turned upside down. Losing all her family, wealth and land, a servant of her family takes her and they flee to France, where Jacqueline soon finds that she will have to live out the rest of her life as a servant. Once she overcomes her despair, Jacqueline adapts to her new life, and grows up to serve a family of Baronesses in Paris during the time of the Renaissance. Under a family of horrendous manners and principles, she does her best to survive. However one day she comes upon a group of criminals chasing along her lands, she decides to help the person who is pursuing them, only to find out that the man she helps is Henry D’Arcy, one of the Princes of France. Due to pride, they clash but soon they undergo a fun journey together that leads to adventure, intrigue, an adoration, and the beginnings of a love story that will begin the chain reaction to what would turn out to lead to one of the greatest love stories of all time: the tale of Pride and Prejudice. Here comes a story that is not about the ending of the great love story that is between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, but rather it is the tale that inspired it!