A Compromise At Rosings: A Pride And Prejudice Variation
Unfortunately, Mr Collins, Elizabeth's cousin, witnesses it and not recognising Mr Darcy, is pleased to inform Mr Darcy's aunt, the formidable Lady Catherine de Bourgh, that Miss Bennet's reputation has been compromised. It seems a fitting revenge for a woman who had rejected his own offer of marriage not so long ago. But when Mr Darcy reveals himself as the man who compromised Miss Bennet, and is therefore the man who is required to marry her and save her reputation, Elizabeth is far from grateful. She, who always wanted to marry for love, is now obligated to marry a man she despises due to his selfish disdain for others, and who has ruined the happiness of her most beloved sister.
Can Mr Darcy persuade her to give him a chance to prove himself? And is it possible she has misjudged him?
Back at Longbourn, a scandal involving her sister, Lydia, threatens the match and Elizabeth is suddenly confronted with the idea that maybe she does not know Mr Darcy as well as she believed. And just maybe he is the man for her after all.
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