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What if an unexpected guest at the Meryton ball entirely changed the course of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy's relationship?
Much to her chagrin, on the evening of the Meryton ball, Elizabeth Bennet finds herself acting as a companion to Miss Agnes Taylor, a family friend with no name, no land, and almost no inheritance to speak of. While at the ball, Agnes spies Mr. Darcy and becomes enamored of him, but Mr. Taylor knows that his only daughter has no chance with a gentleman of Mr. Darcy's quality. In an act of desperation, he begs Mr. Bennet to intercede on his miserable daughter's behalf. Overwhelmed with his own daughters' fancies and his wife's incessant matchmaking, he gives Elizabeth permission to write to Fitzwilliam Darcy and sign her father's name.
What follows is a story of mistaken identity, familial obligation, and the kind of love that can only bloom in the absence of prejudice.
"Letters from Pemberley" is a sweet, clean standalone Pride and Prejudice variation novel that is suitable for all lovers of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.