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In this book of The Elopement Project, Lydia and Wickham are foiled before they get too far into their elopement. Now that she is physically safe, what is to be done with Lydia? She can’t be trusted in Brighton, she can’t hold her tongue at Longbourn, and there are no elderly aunts in far-flung places to send her off to.
Mr. Bennet has to figure out how to handle her—one of his least favorite things to do—and Lydia has to face the consequences of her actions for the first time in her life.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth is touring Derbyshire and running into certain gentlemen while she’s there. Though her guilt and confusion leave her tongue-tied, she tries to make amends with Mr. Darcy. How will their relationship progress if she does not need to race back to Longbourn? How will Mr. Darcy woo her now that he is given the chance? And what will Miss Bingley do to stop him?
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