Category: Fresh Fiction

Crossed in Love Ch 6

In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen leaves us to wonder what happened in Hertfordshire over Christmastide whilst the militia was stationed in Meryton. Take a behind-the-scenes peek with me at what might have happened. Chapter 6 December 25, 1811 Christmas morning Christmas morning dawned cool and clear. The Gardiner children dashed down the stairs, followed …

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Crossed in Love Ch 5

In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen leaves us to wonder what happened in Hertfordshire over Christmastide whilst the militia was stationed in Meryton. Take a behind-the-scenes peek with me at what might have happened. Chapter 5 December 20, 1811 Papa’s advice The next morning, Mr. Collins left Longbourn very early—probably planning to partake of his …

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Crossed in Love Ch 4

In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen leaves us to wonder what happened in Hertfordshire over Christmastide whilst the militia was stationed in Meryton. Take a behind-the-scenes peek with me at what might have happened. Chapter 4 December 16, 1811   Over the next fortnight, neighborhood dinners and parties offered numerous opportunities for contact with Mr. Wickham. …

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Crossed in Love Ch 3

In Pride and Prejudice, was Elizabeth crossed in love while the militia was stationed over Christmas in Meryton?. Take a behind-the-scenes peek with me at what might have happened. Chapter 3 November 30, 1811   Mr. Collins’s return brought back Mama’s melancholy in even greater measure than before. Who would have imagined a quiet and contemplative …

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Crossed in Love Ch 2

In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen leaves us to wonder what happened in Hertfordshire over Christmastide whilst the militia was stationed in Meryton. Take a behind-the-scenes peek with me at what might have happened. Chapter 2 November 27, 1811   Monday passed quickly with last minute repairs to Kitty’s gown requiring a pleasing amount of time …

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