Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are on the road to love and domestic tranquility. Yet of course, there must be something that bars the way of the happy couple, and that is Lady Catherine De Bourgh. Bitter at her nephew’s behavior to Anne, Lady Catherine is insistent on making Darcy remain loyal to the oath that he made. Wishing to make peace with her before he continues his nuptials, Darcy, along with the help of Mr. Bingley and Colonel Fitzwilliam, began to move forward with a plan to solve the dilemma.
However, even if they achieve peace with Lady Catherine, there is more of the Darcy family to encounter. In the state of Pennsylvania, Mr. Darcy’s American cousins are looking to reconnect with their English relatives. They invite Mr. Darcy and his new bride to Philadelphia, for a holiday. In hopes of gaining an ally to strengthen Elizabeth’s introduction into the family, they all journey to the United States, allowing Jane, Kitty, Mr. Bingley and Georgiana to journey with them. However, what first begins as a pleasant journey, leads to much emotional and political tension.
Follow the second part of ‘Pride, Prejudice, and New Adventures’, where we see that it’s not simply about obtaining a happily ever after, but finding what happens after it!