Pride and Prejudice and a Shakespearean Scholar

Pride and Prejudice and a Shakespearean Scholar

by Regina Jeffers, Sarah Calaham

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Overview

Unless one knows the value of loyalty, he cannot appreciate the cost of betrayal.

What if Darcy and Elizabeth met weeks before the Meryton assembly? What if there is no barely "tolerable" remark to have Elizabeth rejecting Mr. Darcy's affections, but rather a dip in a cold creek that sets her against him? What if Mr. Bennet is a renown Shakespearean scholar who encourages Darcy to act the role of Petruchio from Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" to bring Elizabeth's Katherina persona to the line?

ELIZABETH BENNET's pride has her learning a difficult lesson: Loyalty is hard to find, and trust is easy to lose. Even after they share a passionate kiss outside the Meryton assembly hall and are forced to marry, Elizabeth cannot forget the indignity she experienced at the hands of Fitzwilliam Darcy. Although she despises his high-handedness, Elizabeth appreciates the protection he provides her in their marriage. But can she set her prejudice aside long enough to know a great love?

FITZWILLIAM DARCY places only two demands on his new wife: her loyalty and her trust, but when she invites his worst enemy to Darcy House, he has no choice but to turn her out. Trusting her had been his decision, but proving his choice the right one before she destroys two hearts meant to be together must be hers, and Darcy is not certain Elizabeth is up to the task.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158865992
Publisher: Regency Solutions
Publication date: 12/10/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 283
Sales rank: 771,431
File size: 221 KB

About the Author

With 30+ books to her credit, Regina Jeffers is an award-winning author of historical cozy mysteries, Austenesque sequels and retellings, as well as Regency era-based romantic suspense. A teacher for thirty-nine years, Jeffers often serves as a consultant for Language Arts and Media Literacy programs. With multiple degrees, Regina has been a Time Warner Star Teacher, Time Warner Columbus (OH) Teacher of the Year, and a Martha Holden Jennings Scholar, as well as a Smithsonian presenter. Regina has twice been a finalist for the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense, twice been a finalist for the Frank Yerby Award for Fiction, as well as a finalist for the Chanticleer International Book Award.

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