Felicity in Marriage: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice continues ... Part Two


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Felicity in Marriage: Part Two
The Darcys and the Bingleys, along with accompanying sisters and cousins have removed to their London houses for The Season - for as long as Darcy can tolerate it, that is. He has reluctantly agreed to the visit on the understanding that it will be only until the end of June when they can all return to the peace and quiet of the countryside where he can have his house and wife all to himself.
Regrettably, the marriage of the youngest Bennet sister, Lydia Wickham, has caused not a few problems for her family but she can now, due once again to Darcy’s intervention, boast of being the mistress of a good house in Brompton as well as having her own servant. Of course, it is nothing near as grand as those houses of her sisters, or even of her parents, but there are other reasons to be cautiously optimistic. Her husband, the notoriously indolent George Wickham, has declared his intention of working for his living. Lydia’s family certainly hope him to be in earnest; to know their sister is finally secure and content in her marriage would be a relief indeed. Now; if she could only make her husband fall in love with her.
Unfortunately, unbeknownst to Lydia or her family, Wickham’s long-time love has returned from America and is back in London within easy reach of him, should she wish it, and that lady’s power over Wickham is far greater than Lydia’s has ever been. This enduring attachment might just be enough to divert Wickham away from his future with Lydia and back to his past with Mrs. Younge.
Step back inside the delightful world of Pride and Prejudice as the lives of your favourite characters unfold during their stay in the excitement that is Regency London: share the great happiness of Jane and Elizabeth’s reunion; explore Darcy House with Lizzy and Mrs. Reynolds; visit Lydia in her new home far away in Brompton; and hear gossip about new acquaintances, old friends, surprising romantic interests, and a new addition to the family.

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