A Distinct Flair for Words
Love and the Library, no. 3
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Love and the Library - A celebration of the beginnings of love wherein four young Regency gentlemen meet their matches over a copy of “Pride and Prejudice” at the library.
Book 3: Felicity and Frank
Every woman should have her own Mr. Darcy—unless she prefers Mr. Bingley.
Something strange goes on in that library.
Not one, but two of Mr. Frank Wynne’s friends found the ladies of their dreams at the library over a copy of “Pride and Prejudice”. Magic? Divine providence? Hardly. Coincidence or luck? Perhaps. And to prove or disprove the possibilities, he’ll go to the library and read “Pride and Prejudice”. Day after day after day. To his surprise, the book is funny, and he does like that Bingley chap. His lady doesn’t appear, though. Of course not. But still…
Miss Felicity White adores “Pride and Prejudice”. But while most ladies swoon over Mr. Darcy, Mr. Bingley is the man after her own heart. Happy, good-natured, cheerful, outgoing Mr. Bingley. She loves him so much, she even rewrote “Pride and Prejudice” from his perspective. Now, if she can only find a gentleman like him…
When Felicity and Frank run into each other, the enchantment of “Pride and Prejudice” and the library just might strike again.
A sweet, traditional Regency romance, but not a retelling of “Pride and Prejudice”. 45,000 words.
I write in the style of my favorite author, Barbara Metzger. If you like her Regency comedies, you may enjoy mine.