The Matters at Mansfield: or, The Crawford Affair



  • 19th Century
  • Regency


  • England


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Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy are looking forward to a quiet spell at Pemberley with their new daughter, but their hoped-for peace is short-lived.

Darcy's overbearing aunt, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, is eager to arrange a lucrative and socially acceptable match for her daughter, Anne. Needless to say, there is much turmoil when the young bride-to-be elopes.

In pursuit of the headstrong young couple, Mr. and Mrs. Darcy speed to Mansfield Park -- where the usually intricate game of marriage machinations becomes even more convoluted by codes of honor, rival lovers, and mistaken identity. The Darcys must sort out the matters at hand quietly enough to avoid a scandal, yet swiftly enough to avert disaster.

Mr. and Mrs. Darcy discover that love and marriage can be a complex and dangerous business -- one that can even lead to murder.
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