I simply love fantasy books. Combine that with a Pride and Prejudice variation, you get a fantastic book in my opinion. Mr. Darcy’s Enchantment is one such variation.
This variation picks up when Elizabeth is at Hunsford. However, in this variation, Elizabeth is able to do magic. But it is illegal for a woman to do magic. Elizabeth defies this convention to help the tenants of Rosings. When she discovers that Mr. Darcy is at Rosings, she’s terrified that he will discover her magic and report her to the Collegium of Mages. They bind women caught doing magic.
Mr. Darcy, on the other hand, doesn’t agree with binding women who have magic. Yet, he knew that she has magic since they were together in Meryton.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Mr Darcy’s Enchantment, adventures abound. Men are mages while the women are left to deny that they have any magic. The fay are real and Elizabeth knows how to get to Faerie. It is this knowledge that makes Lord Matlock want to talk to her. However, Elizabeth feels betrayed by Darcy when Lord Matlock arrives. Lord Matlock is the head of the Collegium of Mages. How will our dear couple ever get together?
Mr Darcy’s Enchantment is a story with lots of twists and turns. Titania and Oberon (yes, those mentioned in A Midsummer’s Night Dream) make appearances. Mrs. Bennet isn’t exactly what she seems. Read all about it to find out more. It is on Kindle Unlimited.
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