Tag Archive: Elizabeth Elliot

Jan 05 2017

Snowbound at Hartfield Chapter 6

A Jane Austen Mashup Short Story. What happens when Emma meets Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice? Courtships of course! Find other preview chapters HERE. Sir Walter muttered something about refreshing himself as well and wandered out. After all, sitting about listening to music was a vastly exhausting process. Bah! His toilette was probably as complicated as …

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Dec 29 2016

Snowbound at Hartfield part 5

A Jane Austen Mashup Short Story. What happens when Emma meets Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice? Courtships of course! Find other preview chapters HERE. Howling winds buffeted Elizabeth Elliot’s window and shattered away the last vestiges of sleep. She pressed her head into the pillow and stared up into the bed curtains. Had last night actually …

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Dec 22 2016

Snowbound at Hartfield part 4

A Jane Austen Mashup Short Story. What happens when Emma meets Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice? Courtships of course! Find other preview chapters HERE. Elizabeth pulled her shoulders back and lifted her chin. No one would have the satisfaction of seeing her walk with anything less than perfect dignity. Still, it was humiliating that the highest …

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Dec 15 2016

Snowbound at Hartfield part 3

A Jane Austen Mashup Short Story. What happens when Emma meets Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice? Courtships of course! Find other preview chapters HERE. Elizabeth Elliot’s maid secured a final curl with a pin and tucked a bit of ribbon into her coiffure. “Is this what you wanted?” Elizabeth examined her profile in the mirror and …

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Dec 08 2016

Snowbound at Hartfield Chapter 1 and 2

A Jane Austen Mashup Short Story. What happens when Emma meets Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice? Courtships of course!  Find other preview  chapters HERE. Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam pulled the scarf a little tighter around his neck as howling winds battered the coach.  What madness had seized the weather? Snow was unusual enough, but a storm such as …

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