Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
When Elizabeth Bennet first meet elbigible bachelor Mr Darcy, she finds him proud and aloof. He also seems indifferent to her, despite her good looks and vivacious wit. And when she discovers that Darcy has involved himself in the troubled relationship between his friends Bingley and her beloved sister, Jane, Elizabeth is determined to dislike him more than ever. But what are Darcy's motives? Is he, in fact, more interested in the lively young woman that he realizes? Or will he embarrassing behaviour of her family deter him from ever admitting his feelings?
As misunderstandings grow, scandal breaks out and romance blossoms. both Elizabeth and Darcy come to understand the folly of their prejudices and learn that the first impressions may not always be reliable.