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When Mr. Darcy left Hertfordshire after Charles Bingley's proposal to Jane Bennet, he promised to return in 10 days. When he breaks that promise due to events outside of his control, Elizabeth Bennet is left abandoned for over a year, finally joining the Bingley household as the second unmarried sister under Charles' protection. An invitation to Pemberley brings out the merry match-making mischief as everyone has a plan for their future happiness. Caroline is convinced Mr. Darcy has loved her all this time, Mr. Darcy struggles to seek Elizabeth's forgiveness, and Elizabeth just wishes to make it through this visit without constantly embarrassing herself. There's no better season for miracles, even if it takes a few elves to make them happen!
This is a sweet, holiday-inspired Pride and Prejudice fan fiction.
©2014 Elizabeth Ann West (P)2015 Elizabeth Ann West
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By mary hohman on 01-02-16

Well written, poorly narrated.

I enjoyed the story, but would not get another audio book by this narrator. Her cadence was off and she put emphasis in strange places. She would often stumble over words.

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By Fabulous Mrs B on 10-23-17

Lovely story but the narrator is totally wrong.

I love the story but the lady who narrates this story is doing it in a bad way. The nasal tone when she speaks for Darcy or Elizabeth or any other person she sounds terrible. It is better when she just reads between the conversations of people. And American accent also sounds wrong when it comes to an English book and surrounding.

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By Bernadette Aitken on 12-17-16

For P&P fans.

The story was interesting and believable because of the characters of Darcy and Lizzie.
This is a great length for an afternoon's indulgence.
The readers performance would have been better without her attempts at character voices. All the female voices were the same, as were the male. At times it was impossible to work out which character was speaking. Her regular reading voice was lovely to listen to.

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