Losing Longbourn: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

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Love and marriage, but does having one automatically guarantee the other?

A tragedy befalls the Bennet family, leaving Mrs. Bennet and the Bennet girls adrift. Their home and the life they have always known now threatened because of fate and a hasty decision upon Elizabeth Bennet's part, what will become of them?

Mr. Darcy has seen her and grown to love in a short time, and now knows this is perhaps his only chance...

A quick tongue, a sharp mind, and a small yearly income is all that Elizabeth Bennet can offer, but Mr. Darcy would take her had she nothing. He has loved her from nearly the moment he set eyes upon her, and yet he fears that she will be lost to him forever unless...

Will Elizabeth say yes to Mr. Darcy, before knowing the true measure of his character? And if she does, will she come to love him, or will the secrets of his past ruin their every happiness?

This clean, sweet Pride & Prejudice variation is 50,000 words long and perfect for all readers to enjoy.

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