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After Elizabeth overheard Mr. Darcy call her too plain, she dismissed him as being pompous and proud. But then, at the Netherfield Ball, Mr. Bennet announced to everyone that Elizabeth was going to be arranged to marry Mr. Darcy. Even though this caught Elizabeth by surprise, she knows she has no choice and accepts this is her fate.

As the days go by, she gets more and more furious at her situation of marrying Mr. Darcy. But she will need to fall in love with Mr. Darcy in order to live a happy life after marriage. Mr. Darcy will need to gain her trust and her love in order for them overcome any prejudices and misunderstandings with each other and live in harmony.

Arranged to Darcy is a full-length clean and sweet romance novel that tells another Pride and Prejudice retelling between Darcy and Elizabeth.

©2017 Rebecca Preston (P)2017 Rebecca Preston

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Port story, poor performance

Don’t waste time or money on this one. Confusing story at best. The voice of the reader annoying, at best.

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Too Americanized to be any good

Very much off canon. Mrs Bennet is doing bible studies and Lady Catherine is polite. Pemberley seems to be very close to Longbourn so that Lizzy can go there on a daily basis. Lady C lives at the parsonage it seems. Sorry this book was not good. Not worth the money. Wickham and Lizzy are on friendly terms and she is married to Darcy. Weird book. Narrator sounded too American too. The English feeling was lost.