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Here is this week’s Weekend Writing Warriors snippet, taken from As Only Mr. Darcy Can, my Pride & Prejudice romantic romp.
Mr. Darcy has sent the son of his London solicitor, an aspiring young barrister, to Meryton to dig up information on Wickham. Mr. Manning has acquired a position in Elizabeth’s uncle’s law office, and Meryton’s doors of social opportunity were opening. His newest report is nicely detailed.
I have lately become acquainted with a family residing at Longbourn House by the name of Bennet.
There followed details about the family; Darcy could not read fast enough.
The eldest daughter is away in London; the second eldest will be joining her shortly, and then journeying on to Hunsford.
Hunsford in Kent? The village adjacent to his aunt’s estate? There would be no reason for Elizabeth to go to Hunsford, save that her cousin Collins lived there—
Darcy heaved out of the chair and began to pace.
Had her parents prevailed upon her to marry that dolt Collins after all? Why else would she be in Hunsford?
Elizabeth, married to that blighter! It was a sickening thought.
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