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The Rogue's Widow

A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Sprecher: Harry Frost
Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 53 Min.
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An arrangement she cannot refuse. An attachment he cannot deny.

Elizabeth Bennet never expected that answering an advertisement for a lady’s companion would result in almost immediate marriage and widowhood. Destitute and hopeless after her father’s death, she accepts the position as a means to provide a home for her family, but is daily baffled by the abrupt ways and inscrutable motives of her employer and benefactor Mr. Darcy.

Fitzwilliam Darcy had a simple plan: secure a steady companion for his younger sister Georgiana and a wife for his father’s dying ward, to prevent a neighboring estate from falling into the hands of George Wickham.

Elizabeth Bennet is the perfect answer...a little too perfect. As her sweetly impertinent character encourages Georgiana and wins the respect of the village, Darcy’s own heart begins to fall for the woman whom honor forbids him even to think of. 

When a legal challenge brings into question Elizabeth’s rights to the estate, Darcy must find a way to mend old family breaches and reveal secrets better forgotten. Will he permit himself to reach for the one who holds his happiness? Or will events conspire to take her forever from his life?

The Rogue’s Widow is a clean regency variation.

©2020 Nicole Clarkston (P)2020 Nicole Clarkston

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