A PRINCESS FOR PEMBERLEY
Elizabeth was a gentleman’s daughter, but she had never seen such beauty as she saw at Pemberley. She was impressed with all she saw and the owner was kind and attentive to her. He was also very handsome and Elizabeth knew she must be careful. Her father had warned her before that great men often have their way with young women, but she thought this man was different.
The visitors and the owner developed a friendship during their stay at Pemberley. Elizabeth lived in Hertfordshire, far from Derbyshire, and knew it was doubtful that she would ever see the man again. She was a realist and understood her place in society. Mr. Darcy was friendly, but he would never be interested in aligning with a woman such as her, with her little money and lack of connections. Though she thought that, she saw how well they got on and that he was as attracted to her as she was to him.
Would they ever be more than friends? Both hoped so, but first they had to overcome great distances separating them and successfully deal with dark forces working to
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