Darcy's Affair in Brighton: A Steamy Pride and Prejudice Variation

· Artesian Well Publishing
2 reviews

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After the disastrous way they parted, can Lizzy reignite Darcy’s passion?
Elizabeth Bennet discovers Georgiana Darcy at the coaching inn in Meryton—alone and penniless after her maid absconded with her funds.
Lizzy offers to accompany Georgiana to Brighton. The girl claims her brother is waiting there. But is that true? Or could she be planning to meet up with Wickham—the scoundrel who tried to elope with her once before?
Stopping for the night in London, Lizzy sends word to Darcy. She dreads facing him again. His mortifying marriage proposal is burned into her memory. She refused him in the most insulting manner.
Ashamed of misjudging him, she's determined to make amends. Can he forgive her? And now that her loathing of him has cooled, can she learn to love him after all?
This steamy Pride and Prejudice sensual intimate variation will make you reach for your vinaigrette! It has a happy ending and no cliffhanger.
2 reviews
Barbara Watts
February 17, 2022
A well written Pride and Prejudice Variation. Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet have a misunderstanding on her part. Elizabeth finds Georgiana at the Meryton post station, where she has beeen robbed by her maid, Elizabeth travels to Brighton with Georgiana. Elizabeth has sent a message to Darcy to meet them there. This P&P has a different twist to it. We still have Lady Catherine and her daughter Anne de Bourgh trying to cause trouble. The story is well written and I enjoyed reading. I received a copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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