By Elizabeth Adams
Colonel Fitzwilliam is a very good friend – so good a friend he cannot allow Elizabeth Bennet to remain ignorant about the deeds of a certain militia officer in Meryton.
Disillusioned about Mr. Wickham, Elizabeth rethinks everything she knows about Mr. Darcy – just in time for him make a surprising declaration.
Filled with a ridiculous amount of lighthearted banter and blatant flirtation, this is a story about coming to grips with one’s own shortcomings and having the courage to change. And laughing at oneself along the way.