OUT OF THE BLUE CLEAR SKY: (A PRIDE AND PREJUDICE VARIATION)

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Fitzwilliam Darcy was on a mission to discover the identity of the young woman he had seen the day before. He wondered why, of all the women he had ever met, he was so strongly attracted to her. It was as if Cupid had shot a love arrow and hit him in his heart as she turned to stare at him and their eyes locked. She had the most beautiful blush he had ever seen and Darcy thought it likely that she could hear his heart thumping in his chest. He had listened to some of her conversation and even from the little she spoke he knew she possessed an excellent mind.

He knew it was time that he find a good woman and marry and he was constantly being asked if he had found such a woman and for the first time in his life he felt that he had. In town, Darcy was thought of as one of most sought after bachelors available to marry but he had purposely avoided the fortune hunters. But Darcy never learned the young woman's name that day.

As fate would have it, a few days later he finally met the woman at a party near his friend's estate in Hertfordshire.

They seemed to be getting on well but there were storm clouds ahead and it seemed that others wanted to destroy Darcy and his friend but the two stood together to fight the evil around them, even though there were trying times ahead and one would worry if their love could prevail.


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