It's 1803 and I am soon to marry the love of my life—not that I'd let anyone see how much I cared. I have been spending a lot of time at my best friend's house, Netherfield, to be near my beloved Elizabeth, but I'm ready to return to Pemberley and regain my privacy. And now Bingley has come to me for advice, and I'm going to be forced to tell him something about the marriage bed. I suppose I must help him.
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Bingley was right. Best he could recall, there was no gossip when he was back in the changing room the next day and no knowing winks from his captain. Surely if there was some assault on the Darcy honour, he would remember it distinctly. At the moment, all he remembered was a pounding headache. (54)—From The Darcys & the Bingleys: Pride & Prejudice Continues by Marsha Altman (Sourcebooks Landmark, 2008; page no. from an eBook edition)
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