Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice meets Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.
The Bennets’ first born child, Elizabeth Bennet, was overindulged and had no role model to guide her in controlling her temper. Now she has gained quite the reputation. Mr. Bennet must to go to extreme means to force his eldest to consider love.
He informs her that none of her sisters may enter society until she has entered into a courtship. When her favorite sister meets a stranger and begins to fall in love, Elizabeth agrees to accept the next courtship offered. But with Elizabeth’s history, who would consider approaching her?
This lighthearted sweet and clean twist on Austin's Pride and Prejudice is both witty and entertaining.