As a writer, peace and quiet, solitude, and time to be introspective is essential to me for the creative process. So, imagine my joy when the entire world went into lockdown and I was sealed in my house for four months with both my teenage children and my still-working-full-time-husband and my deadline approaching… 😱. Never fear! My family are super understanding; they kept their squabbles to 90% of their usual volume, crept as quietly as elephant-sized mice past my office whenever I was writing, and only interrupted me in emergencies (such life and death scenarios as requiring a snack or to snitch on another family member). As such, I am very happy to report that Fallen will still be coming soon! Hooray!
Elizabeth Bennet—young, intelligent and self-assured—is in no haste to find herself a husband. Not even when two single men of uncommonly good fortune arrive in the neighbourhood is her mind turned towards marriage, especially after one of them slights her at a dance. Her heart may be unengaged, but her curiosity is soon roused by the differing accounts and contradictory behaviour of one member of the party in particular. Her observations of the unsocial, forbidding Mr Darcy give rise to the suspicion that all is not as it seems with the new residents of Netherfield Park. Closer study of his character leads to a softening of her antipathy—but Elizabeth is about to learn that some things are better left secret, and some hearts are safer left untouched.
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