By Eloisa James
A idiot Again is the tale of Genevieve, who as soon as made a splash to Gretna Greene to marry, yet was once stuck by means of her father. Now, many years later, she attends the funeral of her aged husband (not the guy she ran away to marry) and who does she see yet The person who acquired Away! Can they make their love paintings this time round or will Genevieve be A idiot Again?
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Jane grew quite pale as she read it. “The whole party has left Netherﬁeld. ” She tried to say more but her voice grew choked. “Surely Mr. Bingley will return,” Lizzy said. “Miss Bingley says he will not,” Jane said and began to read. “When Charles gets to town, he will be in no hurry to leave it again. We have determined to follow him. ” Then Jane took a shaky breath. “The worst part of the letter is at the end. Miss Bingley says her brother admires Mr. Darcy’s sister. ” “What is clear is that Miss Bingley sees that her brother is in love with you and wants him to marry Miss Darcy,” Lizzy said.
Mrs. Bennet had told him Jane was certain to be engaged before many days further. When he heard of the ball, Mr. Collins said, “A ball given by a young man of character can have no evil tendency. ” Then he turned to Elizabeth. ” Elizabeth realized then that Mr. Collins had selected her as the Bennet sister he intended to marry. She chose to make no remark since none could be given with good manners. She 42 only hoped Mr. Collins would ﬁx his attention on someone else before making any public declarations.
Vanity is weakness indeed,” Darcy said. ” “You have examined Mr. Darcy,” Miss Bingley said. ” 29 “I declare he is without fault just as he believes,” Elizabeth said. “No,” said Darcy. “I have faults enough. I believe I am too little yielding, perhaps. ” “That is a failing,” Elizabeth said. ” “There is failing in all people,” he said. “And yours is to hate everyone,” she said. ” “More music,” Miss Bingley cried and the rest of the evening passed without conversation. 30 5 Wickham’s Story When Jane ﬁnally awoke well enough to go home, no one was happier than Elizabeth.
A Fool Again (Duchess Quartet, Book 1.5) by Eloisa James