Elizabeth and Darcy, a year on.

“There is not much a wealthy man in possession of good fortune and great health would want than to live the rest of his life in blissful happiness with his beautiful and charming wife. This woman of known beauty and quick-witted mind has little else to do than to look after her wealthy husband’s mansion of a house, and be hostess to his parties. Yet the generally expected state of happiness in the year that followed their marriage was not disrupted by any generally expected occasion of even greater happiness or pride. Though there was much talked on this subject by the aunts, great aunts, friends and connections of the pair in concern, their state of happiness was undeterred and their love was as alive and burning in their hearts as it did when they professed their love for each other in that garden at Longbourn.




*   This was just an attempt of mine for a sequel to Pride and Prejudice, just goes to show no one can really be the genius Austen was… 




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