In Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Fitzwilliam Darcy learns of the debacle involving Elizabeth Bennet's sister several months after he was rejected by Elizabeth, and volunteers to help find her sister, of his own accord.
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What if Mr. Bennet went missing and the Bennet women had to leave Longbourn? In this intriguing refashioning of Jane Austen’s classic, Mr. Darcy meets a melancholic but spirited Elizabeth Bennet who has vowed to remain a spinster until she finds her father.A debauchery at a masquerade forces the couple to marry. Will Elizabeth resent Mr. Darcy’s…
But what if Miss Elizabeth had requested Mr. Darcy's aid in just a few days after the disastrous proposal at Hunsford, and he was still very angry with her refusal? What if he decided to be ungentlemanly, and demanded a very particular reward from her in exchange for his assistance?
This steamy, funny Pride and Prejudice what-if short story explores that scenario with wit, emotion and intriguing plot twists that take this perennial favorite to another direction.
Warning: This title contains explicit adult content, a disguise, a murder and a curse.
"An engrossing story that will grab the reader and take them on a wild ride that will last until the very last sentence" 5 Cups of Coffee, Ultra Rare Extraordinary Read – Coffee Time Romance
"In Bargain with the Devil Mr. Darcy is certainly a scoundrel but Enid did a wonderful job on this what if story." 5 Stars – Reading with Monie
"True to the characters...Mr. Darcy is more of a rogue in this book. Elizabeth is more daring. Together, they make an excellent team." – Straight From Hel
"Enid has captured the essence of Jane Austen's world. The story is rich in detail, and while it is an homage to Pride and Prejudice, the story does take turns and twists not envisioned in the original." 4 Stars – San Diego Examiner
"Enid Wilson's novels are sexy, fun, and will make you smile with their witty dialogues. She is by far one of the better writers of the growing Jane Austen sequels movement." – Best of Jane Austen Sequels