Reputation, An Easy Thing to Lose

A Pride & Prejudice Variation

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Publisher Description

What if Mr. Bennet died in a duel with Wickham after Lydia eloped, just as Mrs. Bennet feared? Would Elizabeth and Darcy still find their happily-ever-after if the Bennet women lost their reputation and their home? If you like Austenesque retellings, such as Death Comes to Pemberley and Unleashing Mr. Darcy, then Reputation, An Easy Thing to Lose will be your cup of tea.

Nearly four months ago, Elizabeth Bennet hotly rejected Fitzwilliam Darcy’s marriage proposal. Now she wonders if that was the biggest mistake of her life. Orphaned and living with her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner in London, Elizabeth is determined to take a position as a governess or companion; Darcy could never renew his attentions to her after her family’s disgrace. Which is a shame because she just may be in love with him. 

Fitzwilliam Darcy would do anything for Elizabeth. As soon as he learned of  Lydia Bennet’s elopement, he rushed to London to try to put everything to rights. But his journey was fruitless: Mr. Bennet died of his wounds before Darcy could bring a doctor. Now, he must convince Elizabeth to forgive and marry him before she is beyond his reach forever.

When an illegitimate child makes Lydia’s shame complete, Elizabeth and Darcy are left to try to salvage what is left of their reputations and relationship. Follow our favourite Austen lovers through sacrifice, misunderstandings, disrespect, a secret marriage, and a whole lot of shenanigans from the marriage minded ladies of London.

February 3
Storm Haus Publishing, LLC
Bublish, Inc.

Customer Reviews

P & P variation Lover ,

great debut

Story started after the result of the duel. Elizabeth is living witht the Gardiners and Mr Darcy pursued her.

I thought it was ingenious the plan they concocted so Elizabeth can help Ms Darcy navigate her coming out as well as be with them. Love that this story showed character redemption as well as cohesiveness between some of the Bennet girls. Also loved the play of words, divulging and concealing at the same time. This is a very looooong P & P variation but it is filled with humor/wit, and necessary scenes that made it so enjoyable to read.

I highly recommend reading this story of ODC.

I was given an ARC and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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