Most Ardently. Most Unknowingly in Love
Reflection and Denial. Resistance and Desire.
“It is always incomprehensible to a man that a woman should ever refuse an offer of marriage.” ~ Jane Austen
Separate late-night encounters at Netherfield embroil the two eldest Bennet daughters in scandals. One scandal is exposed. The other is meant to be a secret. However, both ladies and the respective gentlemen must deal with the consequences of their actions.
In the case of Miss Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, he confesses to being most ardently in love with her. She is rather conflicted.
Is Elizabeth unknowingly in love with Darcy? What will it take before she realizes it? Will she be too late?
§ Readers who enjoyed A Night with Mr. Darcy to Remember won't want to miss Most Ardently, Most Unknowingly in Love.
Though very different, the heart of both of these titillating stories centers on steamy encounters between Darcy and Elizabeth.
Both story premises find Darcy and Elizabeth doing things one might argue they would never do.
While A Night with Mr. Darcy to Remember is a vignette, Most Ardently, Most Unknowingly in Love a full-length 60,000 words novel for those of you wanting something more. Much, much more!