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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / Historical
  • Language:English
  • Pages:491
  • eBook ISBN:9781624887963

Mr Darcy's Cottage of Earthly Delights

Shades of Pride and Prejudice

by Beth Massey

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Overview
While touring Pemberley, Elizabeth Bennet overhears gossip about Fitzwilliam Darcy that provokes a surge of jealousy. Her worst nightmare has come true, and she flees in anger and despair. Upon returning unexpectedly from London, he hears news from his staff of a young lady of his acquaintance who ran from his house in tears. Rushing to search for the woman of his dreams, he finds her soaked and distraught in a folly identical to the one of his rejected proposal. Passions ignite. Her fury and his fear for her health provoke an unplanned revelation. Forbidden lust explodes in a secret cottage Mr Darcy has prepared for clandestine liaisons with the love of his life. It appears all misunderstandings are resolved between the two with a betrothal—or are they? WARNING This is a sexually explicit telling of a ‘Pride and Prejudice’ what if.
Description
While touring Pemberley, Elizabeth Bennet overhears gossip about Fitzwilliam Darcy that provokes a surge of jealousy. Her worst nightmare has come true, and she flees in despair and anger. Upon returning unexpectedly from London, he hears news from his staff of a young lady of his acquaintance who ran from his house in tears. Rushing to search for the woman of his dreams, he finds her soaked and distraught in a folly identical to the one of his rejected proposal. Passions ignite. Her fury and his fear for her health provoke an unplanned revelation. Forbidden lust explodes in a secret cottage Mr Darcy has prepared for clandestine liaisons with the love of his life. It appears all misunderstandings are resolved between the two with a betrothal—or are they? WARNING This is a sexually explicit telling of a ‘Pride and Prejudice’ what if.
About the author
Beth Massey lives in Chicago overlooking Lake Michigan with her husband of forty plus years. They have been activists in the struggle against war, racism, sexism and anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender bigotry for even longer than their marriage. Now that she and Bill are retired, Ms Massey spends her early mornings writing and the rest of her day in the company of her well-informed best friend and partner. The two are free to engage in a great deal of conversation and have even been known to spend an afternoon discussing their ideas concerning Jonathon Swift, pig farming and the Nuremberg trials. Jane Austen and Mary Ann Shaffer would certainly approve
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