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An Unspoken Understanding by Gaby A. Darcy hurried to the inn in Lambton, only to find Elizabeth and the Gardiners gone from Derbyshire, having left no note behind.
On the road, Elizabeth hopes the letter she left behind will convince him to help her family. Get A Copy. Published January 6th by Derbyshire Writers' Guild. More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about An Unspoken Understanding , please sign up.
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However, as in the movie version Elizabeth and Darcy have exchanged those glances while Georgiana played the pianoforte and both read the love written on the face of the other and both expect they will address those feelings the next day. But in having to immediately return home to the family in distress back in Hertfordshire, Elizabeth leaves a letter in which she asks for Darcy's help. She leaves the letter with a young lady whose family is in service to Darcy and trusts that the letter will reach his hands. Months pass and she has not heard from him.
No one has located Lydia or Wickham so the family is in disgrace. The a dear friend asks for her help with her confinement in London. Meanwhile Darcy has become morose and, after a day of drink and sorrow, becomes a man who moves through life mechanically. His one place of comfort is the opera where he can hide in the shadows of his box and lose himself in his sorrow. He cannot believe he so misinterpreted Elizabeth's looks that evening at Pemberley. But after making a fool of himself turning hers and the Gardiner's rooms at the inn upside down and finding no note and no letter, he has to believe that for some reason, Elizabeth decided AGAIN that she could not accept an offer from him.
Then Darcy espies her at the opera on the arm of a handsome man. Has she found someone else? He can't walk away and must find her in the crowd and learn why, who, how. Follow the adventures of Darcy and Elizabeth as they see another couple refusing to allow family and society keep them apart and as Darcy takes on the responsibility of finding out what happened to Lydia and Wickham.