A Tender Moment

“A quick, lighthearted, and engaging little story that fashions Jane Austen’s words into a promising ‘happy for now’ ending.”

What if two weeks after the Meryton assembly Darcy no longer wishes to deny his increasing fascination with the bewitching Miss Elizabeth Bennet and her amazing eyes? What if he’s the last man in the world she wishes to spend time with owing to his tendency of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time? Will he persuade her to give him another chance to earn her good opinion?


Author Note In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Darcy is famous for saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. Anyone who ever struggled with foot-in-mouth disease knows it's not a pleasant affliction, especially when it manifests itself in front of that special person one seeks most to impress. With ...
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