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A simple letter shatters illusions and turns the world upside down! 

On holiday in Ramsgate, Elizabeth Bennet befriends shy, romantic Georgiana Darcy, who shares and adoring description of an ideal elder brother. When Georgiana discloses a secret infatuation with her brother's "close friend" Mr. Wickham, Elizabeth's altered perception of both men affects her actions and alliances. The secret within an anonymous letter from Ramsgate ties Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth together, but also separates them. A second missive unlocks the disguise, but Mr. Darcy realizes his true passions too late to assist Elizabeth in her darkest hour. Will the shocking disclosure of a forgotten letter transform his understanding of her heart and lead them to embrace their future? 

Letter from Ramsgate is a Pride and Prejudice variation suitable for most audiences.

©October 14, 2016 Suzan Lauder (P)2020 Suzan Lauder

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Douche Darcy

This is a well written beautifully narrated story. Truly, both the author and narrator did a wonderful job. All of the characters new and old were interesting and well illustrated. This with one glaring exception- Darcy. This Darcy was stupid, self-centered and prejudiced beyond all reason. He was all the worst of Darcy’s traits magnified 1000%. In this major area, the heart of the story is lost. It’s hard to root for a Lizzy and Darcy match in this story.

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Enchanting story

Different start. In this book Elizabeth meets miss Darcy before she meets mr Darcy. She helps prevent the elopement but mr Darcy does not know. He believes she is a fortune hunter and acts accordingly. Very interesting romp. Enjoyed the narrator too.