Romance Variations

Fitzwilliam Darcy Elopes by Beth Wood

It was time to revisit my favorite couple- Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. Fitzwilliam Darcy Elopes is an unusual Pride & Prejudice variation, to say the least.

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This variation picks up in Lambton at the time that Elizabeth reads the letters from Jane. Mr. Darcy is there, but as he goes to leave, he looks back and discovers that Elizabeth looks forlorn at his leaving. That causes him to change what he does.

A quote from Fitzwilliam Darcy Elopes by Beth Wood

Mr. Darcy devises a plan to subvert the gossip from Lydia to Elizabeth and himself. They will elope to Gretna Green and then return to London to find Lydia. But first, Mr Darcy sends his cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam an express, telling him about Wickham and entrusting him to start the search.

Fitzwilliam Darcy Elopes by Beth Wood

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In Fitzwilliam Darcy Elopes, Darcy and Elizabeth get married, but what happens after that? This is a low-angst quick, light read.


Fitzwilliam Darcy Elopes picks up where Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth are together in Lambton at the inn. Mr. Darcy quickly convinces Elizabeth to elope with him. If you like a unique variation to Pride & Prejudice, I recommend reading this one. It is on Kindle Unlimited.

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