The success of Persuasion is predicated on the once engaged Anne Elliot and Frederick Wentworth meeting after a separation of nearly nine years. In this time, both have changed a great deal. She has learnt that love is not as easily had as she thought when she was 19, and he has gotten the money and success he hungered after as a younger man. When they meet again, there is still much pride and misunderstanding to overcome before all is set to right.
But what would happen if the second meeting were postponed by just a few months?
In the original story, Frederick says to Anne that time makes many changes, and in "If I Dream, I Have You … " I explore just how many changes just a little time can make.
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Published July 12, 2011
by Poppycock Press.
History, Romance, Literature & Fiction.