Pride and Prejudice: A game of cat and mouse

 

Charles Bingley is new to town and has leased an estate with his sisters and close friend Fitzwilliam Darcy. Named a “catch” by all the single ladies in town (due to surprise . . . his looks and money), Darcy is also known as snob. Neighbor Elizabeth Bennet finds herself repulsed by Darcy’s ego. The resulting pas de deux between the feisty twosome makes for a quite a page-turner.

Romantic quote:  “They walked on, without knowing in what direction. There was too much to be thought, and felt, and said, for attention to any other objects.”

Fun Fact: Helen Fielding’s book Bridget Jones’s Diary was inspired by Pride and Prejudice.

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