Day 6 of The Darcy Brothers Blog Tour
Fitzwilliam and Theophilus Darcy on Tour Now!!
Virtual Book Tour Dates
Monday, 2nd February – official launch at Austenprose
Thursday, 5th February – Austen Variations
Monday, 9th February – Leatherbound Reviews
Thursday, 12th February – My Kids Led Me Back To Pride & Prejudice
Monday, 16th February – More Agreeably Engaged
Thursday, 19th February – Laughing with Lizzie
Monday, 23rd February – My Jane Austen Book Club
Monday, 2nd March – The Writings and Ramblings of Colette Saucier
Thursday, 5th March – Songs & Stories
March (date to be confirmed) – A Transparent Mom
Description from author:
“Theo Darcy is everything his disapproving elder brother, Fitzwilliam, is not – easy-going, charming, and full of fun. A tragic event as children severed their bond of friendship, but now they are together again. They are still at odds, though, this time over the love of Miss Elizabeth Bennet and the truth about George Wickham. Will Wickham manage to divide the brothers again? And more importantly, which Mr. Darcy will Elizabeth choose?”
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Indeed! I shall henceforth present to you a letter penned to one Mr. Wickham by the hand of Theo Darcy himself!
24th March to George Wickham
24th March 1812
Is this some sort of jest? No, I will not lend you money, nor will I recommend you for a position. As you say, I can forgive a great deal, but not when it involves deliberately hurting the people I love most. Just because I did not give you the cut direct when I passed you on the street does not mean I have forgiven you, merely that I prefer civilized manners.
Waxing sentimental over the old days will not help. I now know how easy it is for you to twist a person’s emotions and use them against him. If you think to amuse me with your barbs about my brother, you have failed utterly. Nor will I pay any regard to your veiled threats, because here is an unveiled one for you: Colonel Fitzwilliam is still longing for an excuse to run you through, and should there be any whisper of gossip about my sister, I would not wager a farthing on your continued existence.