Long after the Netherfield household has retired, a servant shows Mr. Darcy to an apartment thought to be unoccupied. What is Darcy to do when he discovers someone else in his bed?
Feeling as though she has the weight of the world on her shoulders, Elizabeth awakens from a restless slumber to find a stranger in the room. Will she put her own needs above everything else - if only for one night?
With his mind agreeably engaged on the pleasures that await him once he and his dearest, loveliest Elizabeth are man and wife, Darcy's patience wanes, and he begins to wonder if he will ever find time alone with his betrothed. Elizabeth is not oblivious of the discomfort Darcy must surely suffer. Not only does she have the key to his heart; she knows how to use it.
In the classic "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen, what if the events in Ramsgate ended in an explosive conflict that set Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam's course on a different path that was filled with implacable resentment and a rapacious thirst for revenge?
"An Unforgiving Temper," is the captivating story of what Darcy and Elizabeth's journey might have been.