Mr. Darcy and the Secret of Becoming a Gentleman by Maria Hamilton

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When Elizabeth Bennet refuses his hand, Darcy is devastated and makes it his mission to change. By every civility in his power, Darcy slowly tries to win her affections, but Elizabeth is not easily swayed. Darcy vows to unlock the secrets that will make her his. He curses himself for his social awkwardness and appearance of pride, and sets out to right the wrongs he's done her family.


Elizabeth's family and friends misunderstand his intentions, and being in Elizabeth's presence proves to be both excruciating for the shy Darcy-and a dream come true. For the first time in his life, he must please a woman worth having, and the transformation leads him to a depth of understanding and love that he never could have imagined.

 

About Maria Hamilton

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Maria Hamilton is a graduate of Harvard Law School and is an attorney in Boston. Her interests include travel, politics, the Red Sox, bicycling, and a random succession of hobbies that allow her to express her creative passion. She is perpetually learning Italian and hopes to one day attempt a complete conversation. She lives with her husband and two children in southern New Hampshire.
 
Published May 1, 2011 by Sourcebooks Landmark. 464 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The blurb on the front cover by Austen variation author Abigail Reynolds says it all: “Mr. Darcy will melt your heart.” Readers will fall in love with Darcy right along with Elizabeth, and they might even become a little worried when Darcy faces a rival for Elizabeth’s affections.

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