This isn’t a meet cute. It’s meet-oh what the fuck did I just do?
Ginny Darcy’s proud of her candy making heritage. Although kicked out of her store for not being able to keep her opinions to herself, she’s thrilled when her friends invite her to Lacock, MA to help them open their own sweet shop.
While Ginny’s confident in her confectionary skills, she at loss when it comes to romance and the mesmerizing eyes of Elliot Bennet.
Unlike Ginny, Elliot is in Lacock against his will and can’t wait to leave. His family’s candy store has been in town for decades and is only hanging on because of local support. He’s trying to turn the business around and doesn’t an entitled outsider trying to help the competition.
Dislike blooms immediately, but a night stuck together in a snow storm has Ginny rethinking her initial reaction. As her crush grows into infatuation, she shares her feelings with Elliot only to be rebuffed. She’s blindsided when he tells her he could never love someone he thinks is trying to destroy his family.
Her pride in herself nearly cost Ginny her job – will it also cost her love?
This gender swapped modernization of Pride and Prejudice let’s readers explore this beloved classic from a very different point of view.