Promises

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy meet as children. Over the years, their feelings for each other grow and promises are made, but unfortunate circumstances keep them apart.

Will misunderstandings and mistaken impressions divide Elizabeth and William forever? More

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About Wendi Sotis

Wendi Sotis is a graduate of Nassau Community College and Adelphi University, and holds a degree in Psychology. Following the birth of her triplets in 2000, she decided to stay at home to raise them.

Having always been an avid reader and adoring fan of Jane Austen, when her triplets were independent enough that she could find a little time to herself, Wendi searched the internet where she discovered a treasure trove of “fan fiction” written by fellow Janeites. At first, experiencing Austen’s stories from several different characters’ points of view caught her interest, but then she branched off into reading sequels, “what if” stories, and modernized versions of Austen’s tales.

Though she had always aspired to become a writer, Wendi did not make a serious attempt until one day, after awakening from a dream, her imagination began churning up a tale to surround it. Wendi continues to write while living on Long Island with her husband, son, and two daughters.

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Review by: stephannee on Sep. 16, 2012 :
Very much enjoyed this re-telling of Pride and Prejudice, interesting to meet Darcy and Elizabeth as children..a romatic tale that was agreat read
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Tenny Kraus on Nov. 28, 2011 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I especially liked seeing glimpses of Darcy and Elizabeth when they were younger. The author added her own twist to their personalities, but in my opinion, these traits were not out of character for Jane Austen's characters. While quite romantic at times, I appreciated that it didn't go into too much detail as some "alternatives" to Pride and Prejudice seem to do.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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