Every so often I want to read about Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy so I go looking for a Pride & Prejudice variation. I found Any Fair Interference this way.
This variation starts with the Netherfield Ball, but while part of the ball is from Darcy’s perspective, most is from Mr. Hurst’s point of view. One of the things that I love about this one is that the Hursts have a bigger role in it.
Elizabeth and Darcy spend most of this book apart. Elizabeth stays in Hertfordshire while Darcy returns to London, only to journey to Pemberley. While Charlotte does marry Mr. Collins, Mr. Bennet becomes ill around Christmas, which means no journey to Kent for Elizabeth.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Any Fair Interference, when the Hursts return to London, Mr. Hurst joins in a partnership with Mr. Gardiner, not knowing the relationship between the Gardiners and the Bennets. Caroline Bingley is taken care of in a most unusual way in this story. Will our dear couple find each other? Read it and see.
Any Fair Interference is available on Kindle Unlimited and well worth the read for those who like Pride & Prejudice variations. Normally, I don’t like stories where Elizabeth and Darcy are separated for so long, but this one is written well.
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My plan for 2022 is to write three blog posts a week- one about a fantasy book, one about a mystery book, and one about a romance book (with some posts about series thrown in). This one is a romance so if you’re a romance lover, then you’ll want to check it out!
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