Darcy's Temptation: A Sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

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Ulysses Press, Sep 10, 2009 - Fiction - 336 pages
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The day Fitzwilliam Darcy marries Elizabeth Bennet, he thinks his life is complete at last. Four months later, even greater joy appears on the horizon when Elizabeth finds out she is pregnant. But it is not long before outside forces intrude on their happiness. When the unthinkable happens, Elizabeth and Darcy must discover their love for each other all over again.
Romantic and insightful, Darcy's Temptation captures the original style and sardonic wit of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice while weaving its beloved characters into an exciting new tale. In a story set against the backdrop of the British abolitionist movement, family difficulties and social affairs weigh heavily on the newlyweds, and a dramatic turn of events forces Elizabeth to try to recapture Darcy's love before the manipulative Cecelia McFarland succeeds in luring him away.
 

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Darcy's Temptation by Regina Jeffers is a sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth are blissfully happy, almost to a sickening degree. They get even more enraptured with ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
25
Section 4
44
Section 5
63
Section 6
82
Section 7
101
Section 8
120
Section 18
291
Section 19
307
Section 20
323
Section 21
340
Section 22
357
Section 23
376
Section 24
392
Section 25
407

Section 9
141
Section 10
160
Section 11
178
Section 12
190
Section 13
208
Section 14
224
Section 15
244
Section 16
258
Section 17
276
Section 26
423
Section 27
437
Section 28
452
Section 29
469
Section 30
488
Section 31
516
Section 32
518
Section 33
520
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About the author (2009)

Regina Jeffers is a veteran of the English classroom and Jane Austen enthusiast. A Time Warner Star Teacher and Martha Holden Jennings Scholar, Jeffers often serves as a language arts consultant.

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