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The Course of True Love: When he first meets her, William Darcy decides Elizabeth Bennet is nothing special. He soon discovers just how wrong he was. Although he initially battles his growing feelings for her, he soon decides to pursue Elizabeth. As their relationship deepens, so do the problems they must overcome. Although their love is true, they will face some significant obstacles – including their own pasts – before they find their happily ever after. (this fic is huge (over 800k words) but oh my god it’s so worth it)
The Recovery of Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Recovery of Fitzwilliam Darcy is the story of what happens when someone discovers that they are not the person they always thought they were. Twenty-odd years before the start of our story, a terrible crime was committed, leaving one family grieving and another with a new family member. When a long-ago mistake is corrected, what will it mean for everyone involved – those that now lose someone they love, those that regain their missing family member and, most of all, the person struggling with who they thought they were and who they really are.
A Matter of Chance: Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance. If the dispositions of the parties are ever so well known to each other or ever so similar beforehand, it does not advance their felicity in the least. They always continue to grow sufficiently unlike afterwards to have their share of vexation; and it is better to know as little as possible of the defects of the person with whom you are to pass your life.
The Best Light: Spunky Lizzie Bennet, accused of a horrific crime, convicted in the court of public opinion, goes toe to toe with adversity and cannot catch a break. Fitzwilliam Darcy, world renowned painter, finds himself in a position to be foe or friend to the woman he’s been unwillingly obsessed with for years.
A Willful Misunderstanding: The story starts bring briefly in canon but deviates quite thoroughly when D&E fall in love and get married right away. The other big change is that Darcy did NOT allow Georgiana to go to Ramsgate in the summer of 1811 and thus she did not attempt to elope with Wickham at that time.
The Perfect Gentleman: I don’t know how to write a blurb without spoiling anything so I’ll just say this: The Elizabeth Bennet from this fic is a delight.
Collateral Damage: There are people you just can’t get away from no matter how hard you push and pull. There are some people and there’s William Darcy. After all, age is just a number right? It doesn’t mean that you actually have to grow up… (i really wish this was longer.)
Long live the King: She’d known him to be a man of few words, but sometimes in the way he touched or kissed or looked at her, she’d thought to have detected a hidden meaning, something he tried to tell her but couldn’t quite put into words. She’d let him, partly because there was no point in pressure, partly because she wasn’t sure, she wanted to know.
Neither Saint nor Sinner: So what do you do, when you’ve successfully managed to rip out your own heart while doing the same to him? Right, you just walk into his summer house, when he at least expects it and try to get it all back on track while matchmaking little princesses and blackmailing bosses pull the strings, doesn’t that sound great? Sequel to Long Live the King.
Unfathomable: Mr. Charles Bingley, lately of London, moves to Hertfordshire where he makes the acquaintance of the bewitching Miss Bennet. Miss Elizabeth Bennet, that is, as her elder sister Jane is spending the season in Town. To what lengths will Bingley’s sister and friend go to separate the young lovers and how many lives will be irrevocably altered because it? (Darcy/Elizabeth HEA)
“I figured I’d keep
acting as a hobby until I was older. Because I felt that pressure, and that
people would say, ‘Oh, that’s nepotism.’ I decided that as long as I felt
confident and worked hard for it, instead of having it handed to me, no one
could take that away from me. I don’t have any insecurity about it. I never got
any job because of my sisters. I could have pulled a few strings through them,
but I never needed to.”