The Events at Branxbourne: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

The Events at Branxbourne: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

by Caitlin Williams


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"Whatever else happens, and we may expect dark days ahead, never doubt that in this moment, beneath this perfect blue sky, on this warm September day, you are loved as no other woman has ever been loved before. You are loved for all that you are, for all you once were, and for all that you will come to be." - Fitzwilliam Darcy

Lady Lambert, or Elizabeth Bennet as she was once known, appears to have made the perfect match. Having refused Mr Darcy's proposal of marriage at Hunsford, she is now married to a viscount. Yet beneath her fine clothes beats a heart filled with regrets. Dark secrets lurk in every corner of her elegant London townhouse, and while she might have at her disposal many excellent and numerous carriages, they all seem to take her places she does not truly want to go.

Into her, now desolate, existence comes Mr Darcy again, a changed man, a better man, the very best of men, and still very much in love with her. Is it all impossible? She ought to resist him, yet she cannot stay away. Theirs is a dangerous, scandalous love.

In an age when women are owned by their husbands, can a wife escape a husband she has come to loathe, and when there is blood on her hands, how will Elizabeth explain herself?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781720819790
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/30/2018
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 938,756
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

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Rachel_de_la_Fuente 6 months ago
The Events at Branxbourne (TEaB) was a very somber book, though excellently written. It includes some very serious topics, including mental health and abuse, not at all what I would expect in a Pride and Prejudice rewrite. But, despite that, it is a story of hope and healing as well. I imagine, if examined too closely, there are many dreadful “ideas” and “lessons” to take away from TEaB. However, at face value, I read it as a fantastic story of overcoming the worst kind of adversity without completely losing yourself. TEaB is definitely worth a read, but I highly suggest having something fun and lighthearted on hand to read afterwards.