What if Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet met before the Meryton assembly while touring the Netherfield estate? What if his relations were just as questionable as hers? Based upon Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Relations Such As These explores the possibilities of what might have happened had the proud Mr. Darcy met Elizabeth Bennet under different circumstances. Would he act differently, or would he maintain his haughty demeanor? Furthermore, what if his relations were less than desirable compared to hers? Relations explores a scenario that ensues when the formidable Mr. Darcy meets the beguiling Elizabeth Bennet while touring Netherfield Park with his friend Charles Bingley, and his cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam. What follows is a series of shocking revelations about the conduct of his family members, causing him to reconsider how unfortunate hers really are and how fortunate he would be to receive her hand in marriage.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I enjoyed the story and would read it again. There were many errors in punctuation but they did not override the plot of the story. I was disappointed with the epilogue. It went into details about everyone except for the Elizabeth and Darcy.
Enjoyed it. Great story and as always Elizabeth and Darcy find love at the end. I have read this story twice.
I enjoy most sequels, but this one was often hard to read early on since conversations were often missing quotations at the beginning, making it difficult to follow conversations. I also found there to be almost too many obstacles in the path of the courtship of Darcy and Elizabeth. Finding out that Colonel Fitzwilliam and his brother both had an intimate relationship with the same widow made Mrs. Bennett look serene. There were really too many characters that I could not like in this rendition, including the Colonel, who is normally a favorite.