Shortly after leaving Hertfordshire, Darcy receives word that one of the Bennet sisters is engaged to the obsequious Mr. Collins. Darcy, a rich and powerful landowner, knows Elizabeth is not a suitable match, but having already lost the battle with Cupid, he finds himself rushing back to the countryside. He is relieved to discover it is Mary Bennet who is destined to become Mrs. Collins. But his path to happiness is still far from assured. Darcy may have resolved his internal struggle to accept Elizabeth as she is, but he must now overcome a rival....
The Taming of Elizabeth: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Pride and Prejudice Reimagined, Book 6
Cinnamon Worth, A Lady, Jaff
Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 26 Min.
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The Bennets’ first born child, Elizabeth Bennet, was overindulged and had no role model to guide her in controlling her temper. Now she has gained quite the reputation. Mr. Bennet must to go to extreme means to force his eldest to consider love. He informs her that none of her sisters may enter society until she has entered into a courtship. When her favorite sister meets a stranger and begins to fall in love, Elizabeth agrees to accept the next courtship offered. But with Elizabeth’s history, who would consider approaching her?
After a mysterious accident leads to their father’s death, the future for the Bennet girls seems bleak. Elizabeth Bennet finds work in Ramsgate, and one blustery morning, chance brings her together with Georgiana Darcy, a young, wealthy, orphaned girl. When Elizabeth saves her new friend from ruin, she sets off a course of events that alters not only her own life, but the lives of those she cherishes.
Everything has always come easily to Caleb James. Everything, that is, but Mary Walker. Her stunning beauty and independent nature enticed him from the start and yet, every romantic overture he made went so horribly awry that she can now barely tolerate him. But that’s all about to change. He has the perfect plan to redeem himself. When she arrives at his family estate, he’ll finally be able to win her heart.
George Wickham, a widower with a penchant for gambling, women, and alcohol, has recently gained his freedom and fortune. In an effort to gain respectability, he intends to acquire a country estate in Hertfordshire. He soon finds himself enamored with Elizabeth Bennet and developing a friendship with Charles Bingley, two people who are very important to his childhood rival, Fitzwilliam Darcy. When Darcy discovers that Wickham is worming his way into the lives of those in Hertfordshire, he will go to shocking lengths to protect them.
The son of a Duke finds himself in a race against time - his freedom hanging in the balance. Can he find a husband for a stubborn woman who doesn’t want to marry? If not, he might be forced to marry her himself. When Allison and Fitz are discovered together alone in a greenhouse, Allison’s reputation is threatened, and Fitz learns that Allison is not just another lady but is the sister-in-law of his closest friend. Using his wealth and power, Fitz hopes to avoid a union and salvage her reputation by silencing the witnesses.
A secret, an unseen witness, and a misunderstanding threaten to keep apart two people who have loved each other their entire lives. When these barriers to love are finally lifted, can she overcome her own insecurities and finally see the truth?