Twixt Two Equal Armies

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All is fair in love and war. When Mr Darcy hears that Miss Elizabeth Bennet has taken refuge from her family's troubles and her own rebellious heart in Scotland, he quickly decides his good friend Lord Baugham is in urgent need of some solitary reflection, complemented by his own soothing company, at his Lordship's country estate nearby. Mr Darcy's well-laid plans and swift advance, however, have very unexpected consequences for his host and for Elizabeth Bennet's cousin, Miss ...
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All is fair in love and war. When Mr Darcy hears that Miss Elizabeth Bennet has taken refuge from her family's troubles and her own rebellious heart in Scotland, he quickly decides his good friend Lord Baugham is in urgent need of some solitary reflection, complemented by his own soothing company, at his Lordship's country estate nearby. Mr Darcy's well-laid plans and swift advance, however, have very unexpected consequences for his host and for Elizabeth Bennet's cousin, Miss Holly Tournier.

Twixt Two Equal Armies is the first story in the Lord and Lady Baugham series and recounts how the two met, behaved most uncivilly and unexpectedly towards one another but ended up entrusting their life, love and happiness to the other's keeping for the rest of their days.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781936009084
  • Publisher: Meryton Press
  • Publication date: 8/5/2010
  • Pages: 430
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.96 (d)

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  • Posted December 28, 2011

    Great book!

    Although this story did include Elizabeth and Darcy, it was basically about her cousin Holly and Lord Baugham. How they met and fell in love. Great story.

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  • Posted June 6, 2011

    Intelligent Regency Romance

    Elizabeth Bennet's life has been in turmoil so she retreats to the comfort and care of Holly Tournier, her dearest cousin, and her aunt, the formidable Arabella Tournier, at Rosefarm Cottage, Scotland. There she finds the respite she needs to replenish her spirit as she and Holly resume the joyous friendship that bonded them as girls. Unbeknownst to Elizabeth, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy has followed her to Clanough village under the guise of visiting his friend, lackadaisical David Baugham, Earl of Cumbermere. Lord Baugham has retreated to his home, Clyne Cottage, due to fallout from his rakish escapades in London. Darcy's wooing of Elizabeth begins anew. And there the story shifts to Holly and David, two headstrong adversaries who take each other's measure, and find the other infuriatingly stubborn. Yet, there is an attraction that neither understands or can avoid. "Twixt Two Equal Armies" is a war of wit and words. It is not a lightweight story, the authors have done their research and take the time to really make Holly and David known to us. The language is rich, but appropriate for teens. We travel to rural Scotland, where the villagers become good background fodder, though some perform for their own gain. Especially wonderful are the housekeeping cousins for Rosefarm and Clyne cottages whose gossip keeps us filled in, and Lord Baugham's valet who is trying to maintain society standards in spite of a wayward employer. Darcy is victorious in capturing the hand and heart of Elizabeth, but Holly and David's road to love is precarious. There was a time when David was so obtuse that I wanted to pitch the book out the window. But reading perseverance brought the loveliest love scene imaginable. Dare I say it? Holly and David are as thrilling as Darcy and Elizabeth! I'm very happy to have this story as part of my eReader library. Enjoy!

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