What if a tragic event involving a beloved sister shatters Elizabeth Bennet's confidence in her ability to accurately judge a person's character? When she leaves Longbourn for Kent, Elizabeth's heart is full of worry for those she left behind. She carries a secret that would ruin her family if exposed and she must deceive the ones closest to her to conceal the truth. She unexpectedly encounters Mr. Darcy on her journey and his gentlemanly behavior confuses, yet comforts her. Their daily encounters in the woods surrounding Rosings soothes Elizabeth's weathered conscience and she soon falls in love. Her doubts, along with the well-placed words of ather, threaten to destroy the peace she finds in Darcy's company and she wonders if she has again failed to correctly sketch his character. When the truth behind her deception is uncovered, will Darcy shun her as Elizabeth fears, or will his actions prove that he is the very best of men?