This was charming! I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Brilliant story! Thanks!
What a wonderful end to a wonderful story!
So wonderful, so sweet, so perfect!
Very romantic, very reasonable, and very satisfying.
From the Author
Life is filled with so many ups and downs where uncertainty rules. My stories will always have a happily-ever-after. Always!They are the perfect medicine for a few hours away from your troubles where you can fall in love with Mr. Darcy again and again and again. Are they sweet? Yes.Are they romantic? Absolutely. Will I continue writing these variations? Without a doubt.
Excerpt: "Mr. Darcy's Mail-Order Bride"
"You have a lovely home, sir," Mary politely mentioned, though her words were drowned out by the cat fight occurring only a foot from where she stood.
Caroline Bingley was nose-to-nose with Lydia Bennet, and Darcy feared fists would soon start flying.
"If you had been trained at Mrs. Fletcher's School for the Betterment of Young Ladies, you would know how crass you are, Lydia Bennet." The red face of Caroline's abhorrence clashed violently with her hair.
"With your turned-up nose and freckles, you are the last female I would call a lady, Carrie Bingley. You will never get a husband looking like you do, all pinched and puckered."
"And you will never get a husband acting like a floosy willing to accept the attention of any man, no matter how pretty you believe yourself to be."
"Ladies!" Darcy had had enough. At any moment, he expected hair to fly and talons to be extended. He had yet to be introduced to whom he assumed were younger Bennets, but he knew Caroline and he vowed then and there that any daughter he and Elizabeth would be blessed with would not be attending Mrs. Fletcher's School for the Betterment of Young Ladies.