When Elizabeth overhears Darcy’s charming friend Mr. Bingley suggest that he ask her to dance, Darcy’s curt dismissal of the notion confirms her worst expectations. Despite his good looks, superior education, and vast wealth, Darcy is a stuffy, self-important snob and the perfect target for Elizabet’s wellaimed wit.
Wen her beloved sister Jane fall ill while visiting Mr. Bingley’s sisters, Elisabeth rushes to Jae’s sickbed and forced to stay at the Bingley’s elegant rented manor for several day. She discovers that Mr. Bingley is falling deeply in love whit Jane, that his sisters will do anything to prevent him from marrying her, and that Darcy is every bit as impossible as he appeared on first impression.
Despite Elizabeth’s negative feelings about Darcy, fate seems determined to keep throwing this mismatched pair together, and almost is spite of himself, will make revelations that will end up causing Elisabeth to question everything she believes – not only about him, but about her own judgment.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2013|
|Número de Páginas||352|