Less Proud and More Persuasive: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella

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This Pride and Prejudice variation, a short novella, explores a simple question: What if Lady Catherine was just a little more rude, prompting Mr. Darcy to make a more Persuasion-esque proposal?

Readers considering this work should be aware of three things: That it is not the sequel to A Constant Love (said sequel is still forthcoming); that unlike the Constant Love series, it is written in the present tense; and that it uses lines from Jane Austen's Persuasion as well as Pride and Prejudice.

Readers who have not read Persuasion should read that novel first, less because of spoilers than because it is absolutely wonderful.

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