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Elizabeth Bennet finds out that she will have to marry Mr. Collins. But Elizabeth doesn’t want to be forced to marry someone she does not love. Luck would have it that she met Darcy at the Netherfield Ball. Elizabeth brought up her wishes not to enter a forced marriage with Mr. Collins. Darcy then tells her his idea of how he can help by marrying her instead, due to being put under pressure by his own family to get married soon. Elizabeth doesn’t know which one would be better - a forced marriage with Mr. Collins or a marriage of convenience with Darcy. If she marries Darcy, will she ever fall in love with him? Will Darcy ever love her?  

A Convenient Darcy Marriage is a full-length clean and sweet romance novel offers a Pride and Prejudice retelling between Darcy and Elizabeth.

©2018 Rebecca Preston (P)2018 Rebecca Preston

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Very fanfiction

Everyone is extremly out of character, so much I don‘t recognise them (for example Lady Catherine doesn’t know Darcy, is very nice to Elizabeth, etc.)
Pemberley is replaced with Pemberley house, whereever that suddenly came from and the character relations are very intransparent and confusing.
And the nicknames for Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth were „Fiz“ and „Lizz“, which I disliked.
Some developements are really sudden and some motives are never explained.
The beginning was promising, but I must say I was pretty disappointed.