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Publisher's Summary

When the irritating Mr. Collins proposes marriage, Elizabeth Bennet is prepared to refuse him, but then she learns that her father is ill. If Mr. Bennet dies, Collins will inherit Longbourn and her family will have nowhere to go. Elizabeth accepts the proposal, telling herself she can be content as long as her family is secure. If only she weren't dreading the approaching wedding day. 
Ever since leaving Hertfordshire, Mr. Darcy has been trying to forget his inconvenient attraction to Elizabeth. News of her betrothal forces him to realize how devastating it would be to lose her. He arrives at Longbourn intending to prevent the marriage, but discovers Elizabeth's real opinion about his character. Then Darcy recognizes his true dilemma: How can he rescue her when she doesn't want him to?
©2015 Victoria Kincaid (P)2018 Victoria Kincaid
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5 out of 5 stars
By Vickie Oehring on 06-24-18

marry Collins?

This was hilarious to see Darcy struggling for ways to get Elizabeth
Un engaged from Collins. A fun romantic adventure

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5 out of 5 stars
By KateB on 06-19-18

Great story, very well narrated

I loved it. Darcy's persistence in winning Elizabeth's heart was endearing. Lady Catherine and Mr. Collins were at their worst, just perfect. Darcy and Elizabeth had their share of misunderstanding (as usual), but they shared a few tender moments as well. The scene on the balcony was swoon-worthy. And I enjoyed Caroline in all her snide glory.
Highly recommended.

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