From the Author
This story took me by surprise. I've read many fanfictions where Elizabeth gets hurt and Darcy comes to the rescue. My mind took me to a tale where it's Darcy who is injured. How would a proud man react if Elizabeth was the one who found him? I needed to find out. Thus, Mr. Darcy's Bad Day.
About the Author
Elinor Dashwood is Christie's favorite female character from Jane Austen's stories. Why? Because the eldest Dashwood sister is compassionate, empathetic, and willingly sacrifices for those she loves. Who could fail to admire her? Elizabeth Bennet's spunk makes her a lady who would be the fun friend to have in school. Anne Eliot's loyalty is worthy of imitation.
Christie's book-boyfriend is Captain Wentworth. In her mind, he writes a far more romantically convincing letter than Mr. Darcy. Henry Tilney and Colonel Brandon are also favorites. Mr. Knightley deserves sainthood for his patience with Emma, and Mr. Darcy's being man enough to change his attitude is worthy of the utmost admiration.
For an unmarried woman, Ms. Austen knew how to sketch the character of a man. Do you not agree?