P&P: Behind the Scenes – Encounter at Netherfield — 11 Comments

  1. Awe, that was sweet! Even though “She decided that nothing she could say would make any difference in his opinion of her.” Jen Red

  2. It is amazing that brilliant Lizzy could read Darcy with so many errors. Inexperience with the opposite sex must be her excuse besides her hurt pride causing her unequal prejudice.

  3. That last bit, with Mr. Darcy shaking his head in his hand, says more about his developing feelings for Elizabeth than all of the rest of the words in this story. So sweet! 🙂

    Thank you for a delightful start to my morning! 🙂

    Susanne 🙂

    • Thanks, Monica! I’m so glad you enjoyed it! It’s so tempting to write something that might give Elizabeth a clue as to his true feelings, but we have to keep to the framework of the novel. 🙂

      • When I first read the scene, I was reading too fast and I thought it said that Elizabeth was hoping to spend more time with Mr Darcy (instead of Caroline wishing that). I was like wait, hold on, back up, what did I miss?! Haha

  4. Ahhhh! That was so sweet. I can just imagine how different their feeling were. And he is such a gentleman to aid her in getting into the house so a certain party will make not more comments about her scampering about the neighborhood or about how the 2 were out together…even worse. Thank you for that snippet.

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