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Publisher's Summary

A Pride and Prejudice novella variation. Elizabeth Bennet is a romantic at heart - a dreamer and a writer. While in London, she begins receiving flowers anonymously. Her romantic sensibilities are heightened, leading her mind to create an image of who the giver could be. She soon returns to her home in Hertfordshire with only her memories and thoughts as her constant companions. Months go by without anything, and then, with the news of a visitor to the neighborhood, she once again receives a posy of flowers just before the neighborhood assembly. Will her romantic dreams of the gentleman's character tell a true tale or just leave her heart reeling for a love only possible in her fantasies?

©2015 Sarah Johnson (P)2016 Sarah Johnson

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Sweet story

I liked this little story. Very different relationship between Darcy and Wickham. Only downside to this story is the narrator's lisp. Other than that I highly recommend this book :)

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  • NANAS
  • roosevelt, utah United States
  • 09-02-16

Annoying narrator

Would you try another book from Sarah Johnson and/or Sophie Andrews?

No, Sophie's lisp was so distracting I couldn't involved in the story.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Yes, very much so.