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Willow Hall Romance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Series - Willow Hall Romance - cover

Willow Hall Romance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Series - Willow Hall Romance

Leenie Brown

Publisher: Leenie B Books

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He thought he was helping a friend. What he found was something totally unexpected. When Fitzwilliam Darcy purchases Willow Hall in Derbyshire, he thinks he is only helping a friend escape an untenable situation and find happiness in marriage. However, Darcy discovers that Fate, who delights in weaving his own narrative, can be a playful fellow, and Willow Hall is Fate's prolific playground.Tenants, with surprising connections, will take up residence. Guests, who have only come for a visit, will find they are meant to stay. Although Lucy and Philip, Darcy and Elizabeth, Lydia and Marcus, Jane and Bingley, and Richard and Mary Ellen come together under different circumstances, romance at Willow Hall will abound, ideas and perceptions will be challenged, and new understandings and family will be established. And through it all, no matter the twist and turns Fate takes, one truth will prevail -- love will often surprise you.Willow Hall Romance is a Pride and Prejudice Variation series by Leenie Brown. If you like well-written, sweet romance that features evil villains, strong heroes, and surprising characters and plot turns, then you will love this series about finding love where you least expect it.So, put the kettle on, grab your copy of Willow Hall Romance, and prepare to take an unexpected journey to happily ever after.

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