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Author:Maria Grace [Grace, Maria]

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Tags: Jane Austen sequel, Jane Austen variation pride and prejudice variation, dragons, Historical British Fiction, 19th century historical fiction

Publisher: White Soup Press

Published: 2016-10-31T04:00:00+00:00

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Mr. Darcy’s suggestion to involve the dragons in the search had been a good one. So good, it was embarrassing that Elizabeth had not come up with it herself. The Bingley sisters must be getting under her skin more than she realized. Jane’s ‘illness’ still required Elizabeth’s attendance; far too much of her time was spent keeping company with Jane and her hostesses.

April and Walker made a surprisingly good, if querulous team. Even their quarreling seemed more for sport, at least from Walker’s side, than true animosity. Amidst all their bickering, they were effectively able to rule out a number of rooms that Elizabeth and Darcy would have had to otherwise search themselves.

Though Papa would not appreciate Mr. Darcy’s interference—as he would call it—without it, she would hardly be able to search the manor in less than a se’nnight, probably more like a fortnight. Maddening as the man was, he was maniacally focused on whatever might help them locate Pemberley’s egg. The energy he brought to the task was truly remarkable.

 

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Author:Maria Grace [Grace, Maria] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Maria Grace [Grace, Maria]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Jane Austen sequel, Jane Austen variation pride and prejudice variation, dragons, Historical British Fiction, 19th century historical fiction

Publisher: White Soup Press

Published: 2016-10-31T04:00:00+00:00
Mr. Darcy’s suggestion to involve the dragons in the search had been a good one. So good, it was embarrassing that Elizabeth had not come up with it herself. The Bingley sisters must be getting under her skin more than she realized. Jane’s ‘illness’ still required Elizabeth’s attendance; far too much of her time was spent keeping company with Jane and her hostesses.

April and Walker made a surprisingly good, if querulous team. Even their quarreling seemed more for sport, at least from Walker’s side, than true animosity. Amidst all their bickering, they were effectively able to rule out a number of rooms that Elizabeth and Darcy would have had to otherwise search themselves.

Though Papa would not appreciate Mr. Darcy’s interference—as he would call it—without it, she would hardly be able to search the manor in less than a se’nnight, probably more like a fortnight. Maddening as the man was, he was maniacally focused on whatever might help them locate Pemberley’s egg. The energy he brought to the task was truly remarkable.

Dinner called a halt to their efforts, requiring them to dress and pretend they were merely guests thrown together largely by chance for an evening. At least she pretended. Mr. Darcy scarcely exerted the effort to be civil. He was nearly silent, bordering on taciturn throughout.

Odd, Mr. Bingley hardly seemed to take note. Could it be possible this was Mr. Darcy’s normal mode in company?

How insupportable.

After dinner, she checked in on Jane, then joined the party in the drawing room.

Shortly after, a servant appeared with a letter for Mr. Darcy and two for her. Papa and Mary had written.

Thankfully, the loo table did not appear, allowing her to curl up in relative privacy with her missives. Little surprise that Papa would be inquiring about the success of her efforts. Aunt Gardiner had written it for him—how sweet of her to be his hands whilst she was away. No doubt Papa would not have considered that inconvenience when he sent her to Netherfield.

Would it be better to write back to him or send April with the message? No, the dear little flit would inevitably get something wrong and cause him to worry. Perhaps she could call Rustle to her room later tonight. He could carry word straight to Papa, leaving no chance for Mama to get hold of the letter by mistake or machination. Yes, that would be best.

Mary’s letter detailed her visit to Longbourn. Heather and Rumblkins had joined her. Together, they distracted him from his displeasure at Elizabeth’s absence. After a thorough oiling and brushing, he seemed quite content with Mary’s company. Perhaps there was some good in forcing Mary to visit alone. While Longbourn could be intimidating, he was hardly as fearsome as Mary made him out to be. Mayhap this was just what they needed to break the ice between them.

Across the room, Mr. Darcy was writing, and Miss Bingley, seated near him, was watching the progress of his letter, distracting his attention by requests to include messages to his sister.

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