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A guy in a suit had approached the table—geez, they moved fast around here—but Lynley just smiled and pointed my way as she thanked him.
‘Friend of yours?’ I asked, not liking the tension in my voice.
‘No, just a knight in shining armor seeing a lone damsel in perceived distress.’
‘I don’t think there’s much distress you can’t handle.’
‘See that, right there’—she pointed at me—’ exactly the right thing to say. Yep, you’re a smooth one.’ She took a sip. ‘But I am, in fact, a little distressed.’
‘Why?’ I reached out a hand, drew it back.
She was focused on her drink, not on me, so she missed the gesture. ‘And regardless of how awkward I feel, I had to come here tonight—to thank you, on behalf of the families who depend on Fairlight Farm, since they don’t know specifically who to thank.’
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’…Mr. Bingley might like you best of the party.’ I grinned. So, Mr. Bennet was a snarky ***; I hadn’t remembered that. I appreciated snark, although I wasn’t particularly gifted with it myself. I kept reading.
‘You mistake me, my dear. I have a high respect for your nerves. They are my old friends. I have heard you mention them with consideration these twenty years at least.’
A bark of laughter escaped me; the sound of mirth echoing into the quiet.
By the time Corbin returned, the Diet Coke was warm, the chips were almost gone, and I was at Mr. Bingley’s house. In the middle of chapter 10, I silently confessed I’d been entertained, and was no half in love with Elizabeth Bennet myself.
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‘He’s a complete social klutz. If Darcy really had a thing for Elizabeth, and yet he still made all those blunders up to and including the time when he proposed, she wouldn’t give him the time of day after that, no matter what the revered Jane Austen would have you believe. Any time a real woman encounters a real man who actually acts like Mr. Darcy, she brushes him off like a piece of lint.
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‘I’m not surprised it didn’t stick with you, because it’s forgettable—a two-hundred-year-old book by an English spinster who most likely never spent any time with a real man in her whole, lonely, miserable life. A book where everybody gets married, as if that’s the be-all, end-all objective of existence. In the words of the kid from The Princess Bride, it’s a “kissing book.” The illustrious Mr. Darcy is the main schmuck in a book full of schmucks. He starts out somewhat reasonable, but then he gets led around by his gonads just like every other dude in the story.’
‘You seem to know a lot about this book.’
‘You would too if your last name was Darcy.’ I mimicked an affected tone. ‘So, you’re Mr. Darcy. Ha-ha-ha-ha. I’ve been looking for you all my life.’ With a grim shake of my head, I took a sip of my bourbon and branch. ‘His first name was even Fitzwilliam.’
‘That sounds a lot like William.’
‘Yep. My mother’s little joke—English lit major that she was. Bought me a lifetime of misery with that name.’
'‘So, that’s why you go by Liam?’
'Exactly.’
'I guess you’re not a fan.’
'I’m not not a fan, Corbin. I just think Mr. Darcy is a romanticized, overblown, emotional outlet for every woman who refuses to be satisfied with a real-world, flesh-and-blood man.’
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This isn’t some whim. It came on slowly, over months. I thought at first she got under my skin, but now I think … I think she might have been there all along.
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‘You might try to look a little less … forbidding,’ Charlie said quietly in my ear. I nodded and plastered on a smile.
'How’s this?’ He looked at me and shuddered.
'I take it back. Forbidding is better.’
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The Lizzie Bennet Diaries 8-Year Anniversary | premiered April 9, 2012

A modern adaption of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, where mass communications graduate student, Lizzie Bennet, finds herself continuously in thrown into the path of Pemberly Digital’s successful tech start-up CEO, William Darcy.

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PAGE TWO! Some really challenging ones today with the top three, I love doing characters I’ve never drawn before! Really gives me a chance to flex my drawing muscles! 

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I Want a Pride and Prejudice Soul Mate AU

Where when Darcy and Lizzie first meet the soul mark or whatever doesn’t appear because they haven’t grown to the people who are soul mates yet. Because they both change from experiences in the book and become better versions of them selves. Then it slowly starts to appear as they change.

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