That’s right, I said marry. In Jane Austen’s world, you gotta marry 'em before you get to boink 'em (well, except for Lydia, so we’ll make an exception if you want to go with her ;)).
To refresh, here are the 6 novels, with principal heroines:
Sense and Sensibility–Marianne/Elinor
Pride and Prejudice–Lizzie/Jane/Lydia
Mansfield Park–Fanny Price
and here is a website with plot summaries if you ned help remembering.
If you only want to marry a heroine as portrayed by a particular actress, that’s ok with me, and I also don’t care if you’re male, female, in between or beyond for purposes of this little exercise.
If I was being “sensible,” I’d go with Lizzie as the smartest, most self-aware of the lot, but my heart is really with Emma. Emma is a younger more-extroverted Lizzie, who also charms by becoming self-aware. Marriage to her would never be dull. Anne, the most mature heroine at 27, is too wimpy for me.
Remember that if you make a mistake, getting a divorce will scandalize us all, so choose wisely!