An Arranged Marriage: A Pride & Prejudice Alternate

An Arranged Marriage: A Pride & Prejudice Alternate Can a marriage of convenience ever lead to true love Immediately after Elizabeth Bennet refuses Mr Darcy s proposal at Hunsford, her father dies, leaving Longbourn entailed away and little fortune to sustain his widow and daughters Six months later, the Bennet family receives a visitor with a most unusual offer that promises to save the family from financial and social ruin Elizabeth s sense of duty forces her to enter into an arranged marriage with a man she does not even like Told from Elizabeth s point of view, An Arranged Marriage is a compelling twist on Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice Can Elizabeth overcome her feelings of anger, resentment, and suspicion toward her new husband and the most bewildering sensation of all a growing attraction for the last man in the world she ever wished to marry

10 thoughts on “An Arranged Marriage: A Pride & Prejudice Alternate Path

  1. Sheila Majczan Sheila Majczan says:

    9 28 17 I just reread this in paperback as I won a copy in the blog raffle for The Darcy Monologues I loved it all over again There are so many romantic moments Back in 2012 I read this in one day and now, have again, read all the reviews As someone mentioned you can request a sample for your kindle or look inside o

  2. Tandie Tandie says:

    A decent Pride Prejudice spin Mr Bennett dies shortly after Darcy s disastrous proposal where Elizabeth rejected him He offers for her again 6 months later when her family is on the brink of having to move from Longborn He makes a contract with Lizzy and will take care of her entire family if she ll marry him and put on

  3. seton seton says:

    Where do you draw the line when playing with Austen s classic For me, unless you are talking about free fanfiction which this is NOT, you can play with the events and play with the timeline Just don t ever turn Elizabeth Bennett into a petulant fishwife I think I could have dealt with turning Darcy into the cliched, sardonic,

  4. Leslie Leslie says:

    I loved this book It is singularly one of the best P P variations I have encountered And it truly made me appreciate being born in the latter half of the 20th century.7.27.19 What makes this book so enjoyable is its wonderful use of the English language the author comes very close to capturing the tone of our beloved JA The Author

  5. James S James S says:

    Like father like sonPerhaps on of the best variations of the a marriage of convenience genre What makes this story so very good is that Elizabeth doesn t rule Darcy so completely and force him to be her lapdog Darcy is maturing to muchlike his father and not a metrosexual we see in so many variations He is grumpy and changes only so mu

  6. Eliza Baum Eliza Baum says:

    Edit 3 8 16 Considering I ve read this bookthan once this year and also skimmed the good bits a few times in between , I decided to up my rating from 4 stars to 5 stars I especially love the first Harvest Festival scenewith the pile of hayso good Really, really good I usually like stories where Elizabeth and Darcy marry before they understa

  7. L A i N E Y L A i N E Y says:

    I read the first chapter of this book and was immidiately hooked The atmosphere paved out suited the title and the writting was good Unfortunately, after about 6 7 chapters, I found there was not nearly enough happening and the story got dragged out and ended up in an event for them to be apart for a time I doubt I would mind any of that very mu

  8. Don Jacobson Don Jacobson says:

    Delightful Tale of Discovery This is probably the third time I have read Hahn s remarkable what if Each time the depth and texture of his characters becomes increasinglyapparent Told in the first person Elizabeth , Arranged Marriage shows how two strong personalities can rise above their prejudices to find a powerful love What appeal, too, is Hahn s

  9. Teresita Teresita says:

    All is well that ends well But it is a very entertaining road to get there in this story A most worthy tale that I highly recommend.

  10. Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) Meredith (Austenesque Reviews) says:

    Diverging her path from Jane Austen s just days after Darcy s disastrous proposal at Hunsford Parsonage, debut author Jan Hahn delivers a riveting Pride and Prejudice variation that is full of conflict, deception, mystery, and romance Similar to Mr Darcy s Proposal by Susan Mason Milks, Mr Darcy s Obsession by Abigail Reynolds, and To Have His Cake by P O Dixo

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