Determined to right a wrong against her family, Elizabeth ventures to town to reunite her sister with her lover. In so doing, will she end up losing her own heart? Elizabeth always prided herself on his ability to discern the motives of others. She declared Mr. Bingley a fool were he not able to see how much her eldest sister Jane loved him. Determined to discover the true reason for Bingley's hasty departure from Netherfield, Elizabeth goes to town in Jane's stead. Her initial scheme having been thwarted and with nowhere else to go, she turns to the one person who is sure to put her in Bingley's path - Mr. Darcy.
Darcy realizes it will take more than time and distance to erase the memory of the beguiling country miss. When she arrives on his doorstep unescorted will he help her? Or will he soon discover he is in grave danger of falling as much in love with her than ever before?
And what of his best friend whose younger sister has long had Darcy in her sights? Will Darcy pursue the young lady who meets Society's expectations of just what the next mistress of Pemberley ought to be or will he follow his heart?
Bewitched, Body and Soul is an engaging Pride and Prejudice "what-if" story about Darcy and Elizabeth and a different path to happily ever after.
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Charming, lovely, wonderful
Oddly enough, for me the most memorable moment was not between Darcy and Elizabeth (even though there were several of those) but the conversation between Georgiana and Elizabeth when Georgiana is telling Elizabeth about what happened with her and Wickham. I can just picture Elizabeth's face when she understands the truth of what she falsely believed about Darcy.
Pearl Hewitt does a great job of getting the correct emotion into each character.
As I love the characters of Darcy and Elizabeth, the good stories make me sigh....I sighed!
One of my favorites!
I just recently read the book again and decided to listen to it, too. It is just as engaging in audio. It is a great audio book. Enjoy!
- K Berlin