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A Chance at Happiness

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"Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance..."

When Charlotte Lucas married William Collins she knew it was a marriage of convenience rather than true love, but did she overestimate how happy she would be with such an arrangement? When Elizabeth Bennet goes to stay at Hunsford, she is determined to improve matters for the unhappy newlyweds, even if it means a little bit of interfering...

Fitzwilliam Darcy is summoned to Rosings at the request of his aunt and is happy enough to go, hoping that a further change of scene might keep his thoughts from straying to Elizabeth Bennet. Providence is cruel, then, in bringing them both to Kent at the same time. Or is it possible that he has been given a second chance at happiness, if only he is wise enough to take it?

A Chance at Happiness is a stand-alone novella variation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

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