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Autumn Gone Awry — 22 Comments

  1. Well that was a bit of a shock! Who knew they could both misunderstand each other like that? Can’t wait for parts 2 and especially 3 😊

  2. Of course he misunderstood. She said friendship! She did not hint at anything deeper. Neither did he, of course. Tongue tied in the extreme.

  3. I’m so happy to see some new writing from you, no matter how condensed…;). Makes you just want to shake them, doesn’t it? Can’t wait to see how much time it takes for them to understand each other…

    • Its both the fun and frustration of regency England… you want to just have them SAY things!
      Then again we still have plenty of that these days too… I guess its always something!
      Thanks Kari!

  4. Such a sad way to leave things between Darcy and Elizabeth! I’m so glad that your notes at the end let us know that a HEA is in the offing. 🙂

    Thank you so much for sharing this story with us!! I can’t wait until November 6!! 😀

    Warmly,
    Susanne 🙂

    • I will promise you that whatever you will EVER read from me will always have a happy ending, I like it that way myself!
      Thanks Susanne!

  5. It is wonderful to see another story from you…but my goodness how do they get together again? Please have Jane and Bingley step in! Looking forward to Nov. 6th!

  6. Oh, glorious – a story by Amy. Here I thought the title referred to the long “Indian Summer” we have continued to have with no frost and many trees with leaves still clinging to them. We sometimes have used A/C during the day and heat at night.

    Yes, this first part is rather bleak but I look forward to its resolve. Interesting twist.

    • Thank you Sheila! Yes I don’t know so much if this year is Autumn Gone Awry or No Autumn at All!! But we’re getting a little now and hopefully you are too!

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