Get a $10 Gift Card When You Buy $100 or More in B&N Gift Cards
Versus, Darcy vs. Elizabeth: First One to Admit to Love, Loses

Versus, Darcy vs. Elizabeth: First One to Admit to Love, Loses

by Anne Morris
Versus, Darcy vs. Elizabeth: First One to Admit to Love, Loses
Versus, Darcy vs. Elizabeth: First One to Admit to Love, Loses

Versus, Darcy vs. Elizabeth: First One to Admit to Love, Loses

by Anne Morris

$4.99

Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps.
WANT A NOOK?  Explore Now

Overview

The First One to Admit to Love, Loses.
September 19, 1812. The Meryton assembly rooms.
Elizabeth Bennet hides in a secluded corner. However, the glint of light on a signet ring makes her stare at a lone figure in a darker corner. Those elegant, expressive hands cast a spell on her, and Elizabeth's heart does funny little flips. Only when a childhood friend interrupts does she tear her eyes away.
Fitzwilliam Darcy is suspicious about this group, wondering what they want from him. He drifts to a corner to watch. When the shadows move, he passes over the woman in the opposite corner as left behind. But when an ugly man saunters over to sit next to her, he refocuses his attention. Then, her face turns, and her beauty hits Darcy, full blast. Its freshness disarms him.
These two smitten love birds set out to discover more about each other. However, their pride and love of winning mean they both play to win at The Game of Love. Because the first to admit to love, loses.
Darcy vows to mold Elizabeth into a worthy match, assuming she will fall hopelessly at his feet. However, she teases him whenever they meet and never relents. Then, in an unguarded moment, Elizabeth suggests they wager on the outcome of a game.
"What if the winner can command the loser to do anything?"
However, the winner never has time to claim their winnings. For weeks, these two smitten fools resist the urge to show their affection with the unclaimed wager hovering between them as they play card games, board games, games of intrigue, and sports.
But that unclaimed wager remains a powerful motivator in The Game of Love.


Related collections and offers

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186698470
Publisher: Danromas Designs
Publication date: 10/18/2022
Format: eBook
File size: 878 KB

About the Author

Anne Morris is the author of the recent Pride and Prejudice variations, Versus, Darcy vs. Elizabeth and No Tomorrow. She has written over a half dozen Pride and Prejudice variation novels in various genres and settings. A retired librarian with a history degree, she finds the manners, prejudices, and excesses of the Georgian Era her favorite backdrop as she uncovers new ways to put a twist on this favorite story.