P&P Missing Scenes – Darcy and Elizabeth explore the Grounds at Pemberley — 24 Comments

  1. Thank you so much!! I am waiting to see all the Scenes together in Amazon!!! I hope it Will be soon!!! I cannot wait.

  2. Thank you Jane! Very nice imagery! I always liken Elizabeth to a wood nymph. Once she learns to drive a team, her challenges will be curricle races to Lambton – she gets to use a team while William only gets a single. She would lose her bonnet in the first minute with her hair streaming behind in the wind. And the winner gets a prize of their choosing… Your story of their chase in the woods opens up many possibilities!

    • Dave, I love that idea! Yes, she’s a very physical person, isn’t she-I can just see her racing a curricle. Glad you liked it!

  3. This was so lovely that mere words can’t do it justice. You have perfectly captured a very romantic moment in time. Here on the East Coast of America, many of us had a brutally cold and snowy winter, but reading this chapter made me forget the reality, and miss the crisp air and snowy landscape more than a little! You are truly a wizard with words, and the magic of this scene will linger for a long time.

    • Mari, thank you-I hope you soon recover from your horrid winter-I don’t think ours ever compare with what you have to put up with, even if we’re very good at complaining about it. Thank you for the kind words.

  4. How absolutely so romantic and beautiful. I can picture Elizabeth taking off and Darcy following. And your descriptive words….”Frost glittered on every blade of grass and sparkled like diamonds on the rocky outcrops in the distance, silvering the distant hills like shimmering mist.” I can so picture this scene and the others. Thank you so much for such a fun and sweet scene. What a wonderful missing scene to read over coffee this morning.

  5. Yes, very sweet. Lovely descriptions and easy to then picture in one’s mind. Darcy continues to be such a romantic, only brought out by Elizabeth.

    Thank you for starting the day off right here in PA.

  6. How lovely this scene is to read. The words and feelings are so much different than when they first met. Loveliest Literary couple to read about. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Absolutely lovely!! The beauty of Pemberley in winter, the thrill of the chase, the joy of being young and in love–happy sigh! You just made my morning!!

    Thank you for writing for us!! 🙂

    Susanne 🙂

    • Susanne, the joy of being young and in love-well, I’m not young but I am very much in love with my husband and can remember just how it was when we met. Those are lovely memories to visit – I’m thrilled you enjoyed it.

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