The Trails that Led to You A Pride and Prejudice Variation This is a non canon Pride and Prejudice story It is set in the United States in during the migration of people to the mid west and west Elizabeth and her brother Andrew head across country to

  • Title: The Trails that Led to You: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
  • Author: Linda Blanchette
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is a non canon, Pride and Prejudice story It is set in the United States, in 1851, during the migration of people to the mid west and west Elizabeth and her brother Andrew head across country to secure new land in Oregon Before making the final portion of the journey, they stop in Missouri where she meets Fitzwilliam and Georgiana Darcy and their cousins, Richard aThis is a non canon, Pride and Prejudice story It is set in the United States, in 1851, during the migration of people to the mid west and west Elizabeth and her brother Andrew head across country to secure new land in Oregon Before making the final portion of the journey, they stop in Missouri where she meets Fitzwilliam and Georgiana Darcy and their cousins, Richard and Emily Quickly, Darcy becomes enad with Elizabeth When Andrew Bennet finds trouble in one of Darcy s building, Elizabeth comes to the defense of her brother and blames Darcy for his misfortune Will Elizabeth accept the truth about her brother s character and will love find a way The length of this story is 387 kindle pages It is 81,000 words

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    1. This is an interesting re-casting of Pride and Prejudice set in the 1850s. Instead of George Wickham, we have a similar character in Andrew Bennet, Elizabeth's revered older brother. Unfortunately, her big brother isn't worthy of her hero-worship; quite the opposite. Mr. Bennet and Jane are the only ones in the family aware that Andrew is squandering their savings with gambling debts and get-rich-quick deals that go bad, and that he's a libertine to boot. The story begins in Boston, where Andrew [...]

    2. The Trails that Led to You: A Pride and Prejudice VariationThe time is 1851 Boston. The scoundrel son of the Bennets, Andrew, has once again come to borrow money from his father. This time the money is to join the wagon train going west to Oregon. His ever faithful sister, Elizabeth, decides to join him to avoid her mother's scheme to marry the banker's son next story whom she hates. After months of travel they reach Missouri where their sister Jane lives with her husband Charles Bingley. Findin [...]

    3. This Pride and Predjudice variation takes the story to an alternate timeline in the state of Missouri pre-civil war, where the Bennet's have a son. In an attempt to avoid marrying the banker her mother set her up with (think Collins), she follows her brother across the country. They plan to stop and visit Jane & her new husband on the way, but find they are not at their home. While trying to locate them, Elizabeth meets Darcy and as in cannon, they misunderstand each other. Darcy is a large [...]

    4. So good!!I absolutely loved this book! A small part being because I myself am from Missouri, but mostly because it was such a good story! You will see many familiar characters, though some in different positions, but this makes it all the more enjoyable. If you are someone who hates typos, there are about 20-30 small ones in the whole story, but if you let that deter you from reading it, understand that you are completely missing out. This has instantly become one of my favorite variations.

    5. Another historical variationLoved this story. Another historical variation in the country side, great combination with my favorite characters. A must read for everyone who love P & P.

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