By Kara Louise
A story of Uncharted Love at the Open Seas during this spell binding and hugely unique retelling of Jane Austen's satisfaction and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet units out for the recent global aboard the grand send Pemberley's Promise. She's ready for a run of the mill voyage till an opportunity come across with the good-looking, taciturn Mr. Darcy turns her global the wrong way up. while Elizabeth falls unwell, Darcy throws conference overboard in a plan that would bind them to one another extra deeply than he ever may have imagined. however the perils in their ocean voyage light compared to the cruel truth of society's principles that threaten their likelihood at happiness. once they go back to the lavish halls of britain, will their love continue to exist? What readers say: "Kara Louise is a huge storyteller." "Such a candy and romantic 'what if' situation for delight and Prejudice lovers! essential to your P&P library!" "Romantic, artistic, and witty." (20100625)
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The door was opened and he looked out and then back at Elizabeth. “I enjoyed travelling with you. I confess I was not looking forward to this ride when I first boarded the carriage. ” He stepped down and looked back at Elizabeth as if he was about to say something else, then turned away as if he had changed his mind. Elizabeth blushed at his words of praise and smiled. “It was my pleasure,” she said softly to herself. As the carriage pulled away, the gentleman thought to himself how odd it was for him to be drawn to a woman like her.
But do not fear, Darcy, I issue them some commonsense guidelines and try to ensure that there is no impropriety aboard this vessel. ” “Thank you, Captain. ” “Good. ” “Do not worry yourself, Captain. ” The captain laughed. “Darcy, you have not changed one bit in the years I have known you. You and your impeccable, fastidious nature. ” “I have no intention on this voyage to give consequence to ladies who have been unable to secure a husband for themselves in England and who are determined to find one aboard this sailing vessel even before arriving in America.
He repeated it as if he was making a mental note of it. ” “Both, actually. ” She was now uncertain whether the conversation on his part had been patronizing, critical, or simply courteous. They rode in silence for a while, but Elizabeth noticed him occasionally glance up at her. She set her attention back to the book she was reading when she noticed the gentleman straining to see its title. ” “‘Now is the winter of our discontent; made glorious summer by this sun of York,’” he quoted. “I have read it.