Five years earlier, Darcy had raced to Hertfordshire to soothe Elizabeth Bennet’s qualms after Lady Catherine’s venomous attack, but a devastating carriage accident left him near death for months and cost him his chance at happiness with the lady. Now, they meet again upon the Scottish side of the border, but can they forgive all that has transpired in those years? They are widow and widower; however, that does not mean they can take up where they left off. They are damaged people, and healing is not an easy path. To know happiness they must fall in love with the same person all over again.
This one was tough, she really put them through a lot. I have never felt so sorry for poor Lizzy. Life dealt everyone a cruel hand.
Darcy never returned to Lizzy, though, not by his own choice. He was in a really bad accident and then he married someone else.
But that was not the really bad part. Lizzy was dealt a cruel fate by her marriage. Poor poor Lizzy. She was changed, but at the same time not. I liked how the author made her strong.
The biggest surprise in this book was Lydia. I actually liked her. It had been 5 years so she had the chance to grow up a bit.
Darcy and Lizzy meet again. She is not happy, but slowly they learn truths about each other, and he never stopped loving her. And she never stopped wondering what could have been.
I enjoyed this variation. It was different and they were different people now too. (
Kindle Edition, 180ish
Published March 21st 2017 by Regency Solutions
Pride and Prejudice variation