PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND MISTLETOE II – Georgiann Carlson

“Austen should have titled the book, Prim and Proper,” said Lynne, sarcastically.   “It was different era,” said Nan, walking faster.   “Why do we always have to read such old books?  I don’t even feel like going to the stupid book club tonight.  It’s cold out, and everything is so boring,” whined Lynne. “I mean Darcy, or Fitz, as his … Continue reading PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND MISTLETOE II – Georgiann Carlson

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND MISTLETOE I – Georgiann Carlson

Darcy burst through the front door, shouting, “ELIZABETH! WHERE ARE YOU?”   “I’m standing right behind you,” she laughed.  “Why are you yelling?”   “Where are the kids?”   “Upstairs playing,” said Elizabeth.  “How was the demonstration?”   “One of your sisters held a piece of mistletoe over Diane’s head and…”     “Well, it is … Continue reading PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND MISTLETOE I – Georgiann Carlson