Elizabeth Bennet's Deception: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary

Elizabeth Bennet's Deception: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary

Regina Jeffers / Feb 28, 2020

Elizabeth Bennet s Deception A Pride and Prejudice Vagary What if Fitzwilliam Darcy refused to approach Elizabeth Bennet when he observes her upon the grounds of Pemberley What if Elizabeth permits Mr Darcy to think her the one ruined by Mr Wickham What if l

  • Title: Elizabeth Bennet's Deception: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary
  • Author: Regina Jeffers
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  • Page: 299
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  • What if Fitzwilliam Darcy refused to approach Elizabeth Bennet when he observes her upon the grounds of Pemberley What if Elizabeth permits Mr Darcy to think her the one ruined by Mr Wickham What if love is not enough to bring two souls together FITZWILLIAM DARCY s pride makes the natural leap to ELIZABETH BENNET s ruination when the lady appears, without notice, uponWhat if Fitzwilliam Darcy refused to approach Elizabeth Bennet when he observes her upon the grounds of Pemberley What if Elizabeth permits Mr Darcy to think her the one ruined by Mr Wickham What if love is not enough to bring two souls together FITZWILLIAM DARCY s pride makes the natural leap to ELIZABETH BENNET s ruination when the lady appears, without notice, upon Pemberley s threshold to plead for Darcy s assistance in locating his long time enemy, George Wickham Initially, Darcy cannot look beyond the pain of lost hopes, but when Charles Bingley demands that Darcy act with honor, Darcy assumes the task Even so, the idea of delivering Miss Elizabeth into the hand of Mr Wickham leaves Darcy raw with anguish Yet, Darcy loves Elizabeth Bennet too much to see her brought low He sets his heartbreak aside to save the woman he loves, but it is not long before Darcy realizes Elizabeth practices a deception, one Darcy permits so he might remain at her side long enough to convince the lady only in each other can they find happiness Their adventure takes twists and turns than does the original Pride and Prejudice, but the reader will enjoy the devotion displayed by Darcy and Elizabeth as they bring Wickham to the line in Lydia Bennnet s defense, as well as their working their way through multiple misconstructions and vulnerabilities Darcy s final wooing of Elizabeth brings two very private individuals to a very public declaration of their love.

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        Writing about passion comes easily to Regina Jeffers A master teacher for thirty seven years, she has passionately taught thousands of students English in the public schools of West Virginia, Ohio, and now in North Carolina Yet, teacher does not define her as a person Ask any of her students or her family, and they will tell you Regina is passionate about so many things her son, children in need, words, music, dance, the theatre, pro football, classic movies, the BBC, track and field, books, books, and books Holding multiple degrees, Regina often serves as a Language Arts or Media Literacy consultant to surrounding school districts and has served on state and national educational commissions A Time Warner Star Teacher and Crystal Apple Finalist, as well a Martha Holden Jennings Scholar, Jeffers is relatively new to the publishing realm although this is not her first piece of writing I have written all my life, she says, except it was not always in this format When I write now, I write as I used to choreograph routines for my dance teams I write the scene in my head like a movie Usually, it plays there for several days being tweaked and rewritten, but, eventually, I put it to paper Generally, it does not change much from there because I have completed several mental rewrites before the pen and papers are included The story of Fitzwilliam Darcy is one most women know It has fascinated me for years so while teaching Pride and Prejudice at school, a student challenged me to write this book His challenge became an obsession Whereas most female writers can relate to the strong, independent Elizabeth Bennet, my friends will tell you my voice comes out of Fitzwilliam Darcy s mouth Like Mr Darcy, I have by observation and by practice learned to say and do the proper thing, but I cannot say I ever knew what feelings were expected of me.


    1. I definitely liked this one better on the second reading. My only complaint is that there was an outbreak and no one died. :( I like where the outbreak came in the story though. I liked it very much this time.Reread: Still loved it a lot.

    2. 'Some things you see with your eyes. Some things you know with your heart'.gh!!!!!I loved this book,yes,simply loved it. Words defy me buy it,read it and you'll understand!

    3. “A lie that is half-truth is the darkest of all lies.” Alfred Tennyson: 3.5 starsThis is a variation on our P&P story. We run parallel to and at times intersect with canon, experiment with Austen language and intersperse it with the thoughts and desires of our dear couple. Our characters are OOC [out of character] most of the time. Purists can throw propriety, comportment and etiquette out the window as Elizabeth is constantly going where she shouldn’t and doing things that she shouldn [...]

    4. Regina Jeffers does not disappoint. I have read other of her books (although not all - bucket list: read all her books) and have enjoyed every one of them. She has quite an impressive list. I do have to mention that this is a short story which only took up 90% of my kindle's volume as a preview to another book takes up most of the rest of that same volume, along with credits, lists of other books, etc. The latter of which we expect.(Do read the book description before thinking of purchasing this [...]

    5. My first Regina Jeffers book I am glad I trusted my friends and read this book as my first Jeffers title It was clever and interesting Filled with love and passion Nice moments between the Darcys and enough angst to keep me reading into the night Well done Ms. Jeffers!!! You have found a new fan in me.

    6. CharmingI really enjoyed this variation. I was moved to tears a few times reading of Elizabeth and Darcy's longing for one another. A handful of truly frustrating moments but a good read.

    7. This P&P twisty what if from Regina Jeffers is clean. It starts with Lizzy having arrived a Pemberley with the Gardiners, but she and Mr. Darcy don't connect. He is unaware of her visit to Lambton until Bingley spots her the next day. When Lydia's folly is revealed; Lizzy and her Aunt petition Darcy directly but mislead him as to the reason it is so urgent to locate Wickham. This Lizzy is practically bi-polar, loving Mr. Darcy one minute and loathing him the next. She is rarely calm; often a [...]

    8. Jeffers has written some interesting Austen sequels and spinoffs. This, however, was one of the ones I could consign to the rubbish bin. Lizzy Bennet, after Lydia's disappearance to London with Wickham, decides to draw Darcy into the search by acting as though SHE was the one who fell prey to Wickham's charms and is with child by him. Darcy figures out her ruse, knowing it was Lydia and not Lizzy who was seduced, but he allows Elizabeth to carry on. It was one of the ridiculous takes on P&P [...]

    9. This book started out with some very innovative plot complications for a P&P variation and took a lot of unexpected turns. I thoroughly enjoyed it. So well-written and satisfying!

    10. In this P&P Vagary, Elizabeth and Darcy meet again, this time at Pemberley when she travels with her aunt and uncle. She receives a note from Jane informing her that Lydia and Wickham have run off north together. Elizabeth immediately thinks of Mr. Darcyhe would be one to know where and how Wickham could be found. From that, she forms a plan and coaxes her uncle to take her to Pemberley, and insinuates to Darcy Wickham has run off after leaving her pregnant with his child. Can Darcy help her [...]

    11. A very nice story exceptA very nice story except during most of the time Lizzy works very hard, so tirelessly, so assiduously to destroy Darcy’s love for her. She cares for him, even loves him and she will not ever think before she spews poisonous hate filled accusations at him. She will not hold still for 5 seconds to let him apologize. If she hears an apology she will misconstrue it anyway she can.So how is there ever to be an HEA? Well Darcy early come to believe there is no one else in the [...]

    12. Who Wouldn't Love Someone Who Really Knows You,But Loves You AnywayThis was a very short deception. Yes, Darcy jumped to the conclusion that the ruination was Lizzy's but that only lasted long enough to spur him to action. The most time is spent trying to change Lizzy's mind when she jumps to conclusions. He yells at her to leave his bed chamber so she won't become sick and instead of using her brain to understand him, she assumes the worst and refuses to even allow him a moment to explain! OTOH [...]

    13. Elizabeth Bennet's Deception: A Pride and Prejudice VagaryUnique story of Elizabeth and Darcy's finally admitting their love for one another. As much as Darcy hates deception, he sure got over that when Elizabeth approached him to help find Wickham. Of course, Bingley's reaction to his attitude moved Darcy's thoughts to help Elizabeth. Rolling out of Pemberley, Darcy cannot believe that Elizabeth was compromised by George Wickham, but as his thoughts bounce around brain, he realizes it is her yo [...]

    14. Elizabeth and Darcy do not bump into each other at Pemberley but Bingley sees Elizabeth while he carriage rides through Lampton. Bingley is quickly informed of Jane being London and Caroline's insinuation over his relationship with Georgiana. When Elizabeths receives letters of Lydias ruin with an intended elopement with Wickham, Elizabeth goes to Pemberley to obtain Darcy's assistance.Darcy wrongly assumes that Elizabeth is the one injured by Wickham (Elizabeths deception) and initially refuses [...]

    15. Talk about willfully misunderstanding! This variation has Elizabeth waffling back and forth between wanting Darcy's affections and believing it would never work between them. Disagreements and misunderstandings abound right up until the end when Darcy demands his answer. (Steadfast and true, Darcy never waffles.) There are some clever plot twists in this one though I think it could have used another read through by a copy editor or proofreader.

    16. I read the Kindle version. It was one of the poorest edited books I have ever read. There were several moments that confused me, the only rational explanation I can concoct is perhaps the author wrote in dream sequences that were in no way announced or explained. The book did find a nice flow once 50+% in, but far too late to save a 4 star rating.

    17. Not my favourite Regina Jeffers' variation, but still good. My favourites were the Vampire Darcy's Desire, and Captain Wentworth's Persuasion. I like the style of her writing and the premise of this story. I was less happy with the lack of development in some of the secondary characters, but maybe that was done on purpose. Love anything Austen though, so keep'em coming!!

    18. Another delightful variationI enjoyed this different version of the story of Darcy and Elizabeth. The deception that Elizabeth practiced upon Darcy regarding her relationship with Wickham was inspired. Thank you for another fine escapism to the world of P & P!

    19. An interesting twist on Lydia's elopement. If you like P&P variations I think you'll enjoy this one--I certainly did.

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