Indeed, if he could boast of but one of the girls as being his favorite, it would have to be his second-born, Elizabeth. Were it she that he was presenting to young Mr. Darcy as a future bride, Thomas Bennet could quite easily doubt the possibility of a favorable outcome.
Such were Mr. Bennet’s thoughts while en route to Pemberley to present his firstborn daughter to Pemberley’s heir apparent, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy. What say you? Would Miss Elizabeth Bennet be amenable to the prospect of an arranged marriage to a gentleman whom she’d never laid eyes on? Visit me at Austen Authors and have your share in the conversation. Plus there’s a giveaway! Click here for more.