Miss de Bourgh's Adventure: A Sequel to Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice
Lulu.com, 2004 - 113 pages
Lady Catherine de Bourgh had always intended a marriage between her daughter Anne and her nephew Mr Darcy. But when Mr Darcy has the temerity to thwart her plans by marrying Miss Elizabeth Bennet instead, Lady Catherine resolves on bringing Anne to Bath to seek a husband. Shortly after their arrival, her ladyship is run down by a reckless coachman, and Mr and Mrs Collins hasten to Bath to be of service. As Lady Catherine recuperates from her injuries, Anne is befriended by the beautiful Louisa Wynnewood, and courted by Miss Wynnewood's oh-so-charming and irresistibly handsome brother. But can the Wynnewoods be trusted - or are they only after Anne's fortune?A satisfying love story, written with elegance and wit.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Amphitrite Anne de Bourgh Anne felt Anne’s asked assure beautiful began believe better blue velvet brother Captain Turner carriage Catherine de Bourgh Catherine’s Chapter Charlotte Collins Cheap Street cried dance Darcy daugh daughter dear Charlotte dear Miss doubt drawing room elegant exclaimed eyes father fear feel fortune gentleman George Wynne George Wynnewood gone Gower habit hand handsome happiness honour hope horse Hunsford husband Jenkinson knew Lady Cath Lady Catherine Lady Lucas lady’s ladyship laugh Lewis de Bourgh little William looked ma’am Madame Le Clerc marry Miss de Bourgh Miss Wynnewood morning mother mother’s never old friend once patroness pause perhaps pleasure replied return to Rosings ride Rosings Park Samuel Turner seemed Sir Lewis sister smile soon sorry South Parade speak Street suppose sure Sydney Place thought tion told walked wife wish woman wood Wynne young lady