A list of JAFF books for $1.99USD. A few of these books may be under or over $1.99. As both $0.99 and $2.99 are very popular prices, I have placed the outliers here.
This list is a work in progress.
Mr. Darcy, A Man of Honour by Jadie Brooks
This story asks several questions. What if Mr. Darcy came into Meryton with the idea of seeking a wife and was first attracted to Jane Bennet? What if Jane Bennet was not a sweet, kind young woman everyone thought she was? How would things play out for Darcy and Elizabeth when he found out his error after he was engaged to Jane?
Mr. Darcy’s Delimma and Delight by Jadie Brooks
This story is inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The course of the relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy takes a sharp turn when Elizabeth is viciously attacked. Mr. Darcy comes to her rescue even though she is devastated and does not wish to be helped by anyone. This non-graphic tale follows the pair through the pain, anguish, and fear follows the beloved characters for Austen’s novel as Elizabeth heals and Mr. Darcy tries to come to grips with the consequences of the assault on Elizabeth. Some of the characters show themselves in a different light and help in the journey while others remain the same or worse to try to cause more trouble along the way.
This non-graphic tale follows the pair through the pain, anguish, and fear that follows the beloved characters of Austen’s novel as Elizabeth heals and Mr. Darcy tries to come to grips with the consequences of the assault on Elizabeth.
Some of the characters show themselves in a different light and help in the journey while others remain the same or worse to try to cause more trouble along the way.
Quite the Opposite by Jadie Brooks
An unexpected encounter between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth is the beginning of a deeper relationship between the two. It also causes Mr. Darcy to re-examine many of his lifelong beliefs about friend and foe alike. With Elizabeth’s encouragement, Mr. Darcy discovers that much of what he thought was true in the past was a web of deceit. How will he react to this knowledge as it is unveiled? Will he be able to right the wrongs he caused in believing the lies? Will what he uncovers damage the blossoming romance between him and Miss Elizabeth?
This story contains a non graphic scene of attempted sexual violence.
A World Without Darcy by C. Rafe Carlson
After rescuing Lydia, Darcy does not return to Hertfordshire but remains in London, mired in self-pity. He blames himself for Wickham’s deception, and cannot bear to face another rejection from Elizabeth Bennet. Having lost the only woman he has ever loved, he cannot bring himself to confess his interference to Bingley lest he lose his friend as well. Mired in guilt Darcy takes a nighttime walk in the city and comes to the conclusion that his loved ones would be better off without him around. Fate steps in and offers him a chance to see just what that would entail, and it is not the world he would have envisioned for any of them.
Vintage Victory (1940s Time-travel Romance) (Time & Again Antique Shop Series Book 2) by Cat Gardiner
** Book 2, Second Edition in the Time & Again Antique Shop Series ** (formerly Memories of Old Series)
Romance and time-travel meet Pride and Prejudice in this romantic and touching modern story. Step through the portal to timeless romance in the WWII-era and honor our greatest heroes in a Memorial Day adventure.
Charles Bingley is suffering from cold feet as his wedding day approaches. Can his new friend, Will Darcy help him to stay the course or will he dissuade him? Perhaps their trip to Time & Again antique shop will help the young man find his missing spine and perhaps Will may also come to learn a few things about love.
Travel back in time to WWII with Will and Charlie where love for their sweethearts carries them through battle on D-Day, making them the bravest of men.
*Salty battlefield language
Vintage Halloween (1940s Time-travel Romance) (Time & Again Antique Shop Series Book 3) by Cat Gardiner
Book 3, Second Edition in the Time & Again Antique Shop Series~ (formerly Memories of Old Series)
A romantic, modern/WWII-era Pride & Prejudice-inspired novelette transports you to the magical side of All Hallows’ Eve through a wormhole.
Halloween is an exciting time at Time & Again antique shop and William Darcy and Lizzy Bennet are about to discover why–yet again. The shop holds much more than trinkets from the past in the modern day. It holds the memories of those who once cherished them– maybe it even holds their spirit.
Anxiously missing and waiting for her fiance’s return from military service, our dear heroine has a heavy heart and a little envy as she helps to arrange her sister’s wedding, putting off making wedding plans of her own. Perhaps a mysterious mirror in the shop and a little mischief-making on All Hallows’ Eve will help to fill that hole in her heart by working a miracle back in 1944.
Travel back in time with Lizzy Bennet to the WWII-era where she attends an exciting masquerade ball at Pemberley Manor,
meeting a bevy of characters–one in particular–to lift her spirits.
*salty battlefield language
Trouble with the Earl by Olivia Kane
In the beautiful county of Hertfordshire, the Lady Charlotte Radcliffe has reached the imminent age of marriage. Her father, the estimable Lord Radcliffe, who is in poor health, has proclaimed she must marry a suitor within forty-five minutes of their estate so as not to unduly grieve her mother. When they draw up a list of suitable suitors for her, Charlotte is delighted to find the recent widower, the Earl of Buckland, at the top of their list. Believing a good marriage is more of station and security than attraction or love, Charlotte proceeds with her parents’ plan to make her the Earl’s second wife. Yet when Guy Lancaster, the family’s former tutor, unexpectedly arrives in Hertfordshire, he laughs at her geographical approach to marriage and challenges her to let her heart, and not her lists, decide her future.
The Trouble With The Earl is a lighthearted, sweet Regency romance that takes place in the same towns and neighborhoods where Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy live, who also make appearances in the novella. In the spirit of the time frame, it is a genteel romance where only the tea is steamy.
The Light of Dawn by Madeline Kennet
When Mr. Darcy chooses not to dance at the Meryton Assembly, Elizabeth Bennet overhears something which makes her realize that his solitary gloom stems from deep sadness. In a growing friendship, she offers comfort and understanding, which helps him to make his way back to the world.
A Walk in Oakham Wood by Madeline Kennet
A chance encounter with Elizabeth Bennet on the morning after the Meryton assembly gives Mr. Darcy the opportunity to make a new impression and show her his real character. As the pair take their time ambling through Oakham Wood, shared confidences give way to the formation of love.
Fated to Meet by Madeline Kennet
While spending the autumn in London, Elizabeth Bennet misses Mr. Bingley’s arrival in Meryton and the assembly, but she keeps encountering an unknown gentleman to whom she is irresistibly drawn. Mr. Darcy’s heart is stirred by her as well, and each time their paths cross he longs to see her again. Fate always intended them to meet.
Feather in the Wind by Madeline Kennet
Mr. Darcy has an inclination to marry, but cannot find the right lady. True love eludes him until the moment when he catches a feather fluttering in the air. But then the lady eludes him.
A novella of 31,000 words.
In my Heart by Madeline Kennet
While on her summer sightseeing tour with her aunt and uncle, Elizabeth Bennet finds that Mr. Darcy is frequently in her thoughts. She enters into Derbyshire half afraid of running into him and half wanting to see him again. When that meeting does occur, she learns how much she means to him and what is really in her heart.
Ribbons, Lace and Verse by Madeline Kennet
Join Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bingley as they try to comprehend St. Valentine’s Day. Thank goodness Georgiana is there to help them as they muddle along with ribbon and lace in an effort to win the hearts of two special ladies.
Colonel Brandon’s Secret by Ronald McGowan
This latest offering from the author of “Pride Unprejudiced” and “The Journal of Miss Jane Fairfax” reveals some of the details that Jane Austen never tells the reader in “Sense and Sensibility”.
If you have ever wondered about the Colonel’s doomed romance with his childhood sweetheart, Eliza, his adventures in India, his duel with the wicked Willoughby, even his first name, here is your chance to find out more.
Mansfield Restored by Ronald McGowan
A chance meeting at a London ball between Mary Crawford, still handsome, witty and rich, and Fanny Price’s brother William, now a successful captain in the Royal Navy, starts a trail that leads Mary back to Mansfield, to reunite the shattered Bertram family, while war rages over Europe.
From Ashes to Heiresses by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford
With the rest of their family gone and their home destroyed, Elizabeth and Jane are taken in by their aunt and uncle in Meryton. Concerned about the two surviving Bennet sisters’ situation, Mr. Darcy and Mr. Bingley come to Hertfordshire, but not before Mr. Wickham attempts to use the situation to his advantage.
Epiphany with Tea by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford
Who would think tea at Rosings could be enlightening? Not Mr. Darcy. At least, not until the moment he realizes how to win Elizabeth Bennet’s heart.
Even after years of marriage, the memory of tea at Rosings is still fresh in Darcy’s mind, but can lessons learned then help him come to terms with the trials of today?
Epiphany with Tea is a story of love, happiness, understanding and cherishing the season.
PLEASE NOTE: Renata McMann and Summer Hanford write SWEET ROMANCE. Our books contain no explicit situations beyond a kiss and only the occasional (maybe once in every ten books) mild curse. It is our belief that our books should be appropriate for all readers.
This story is a complete Pride and Prejudice variation, ending with Elizabeth Bennet and Mister Darcy in love, and is not part of a series.
Their Secret Love by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford
What if Mr. Darcy expected Elizabeth to approve when he issued his infamous insult at the dance?
When Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennet meet for the first time, they quickly recognize a connection that could change their lives, but how can they explore their attraction with Mrs. Bennet sure to pounce on Darcy as a candidate for marriage to Elizabeth and with Darcy’s family certain to censure him for his choice? They need a good plan, or their relations could destroy their love before it’s hardly begun.
Mr. Collins’ Deception by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford
Jane Austen tells us that Mr. Collins was originally a man of ‘great humility of manner,’ but suppose that wasn’t true. What if Mr. Collins was a very different person than he appeared to be? His false portrayal of himself is all part of Mr. Collins’ Deception.
This short story is also included in the compilation Pride and Prejudice Villains: Revisited – Redeemed – Reimagined, A Collection of Six Short Stories.
Lizzy’s Scrapbook: A Visual Companion to Darcy’s Hope ~ Beauty from Ashes: A World War 1 Pride & Prejudice Variation (Great War Romance) by Ginger Monette
Step back in time to 1917 and immerse yourself in the people and places where Lizzy fell in love with Captain Fitzwilliam Darcy on the Western Front of World War I in this beautiful visual companion to Darcy’s Hope ~ Beauty from Ashes.
The story’s setting will come alive as you turn the pages and enjoy handsome portraits of Captain Fitzwilliam Darcy, Colonel Fitzwilliam, and Dr. Knightley, as well as nearly 100 authentic period photos of the places, people, and objects Darcy and Lizzy encountered in France and Belgium.
From the heart-warming and beautiful to the poignant and tragic, the photos of this collection are sure to delight readers of Darcy’s Hope ~ Beauty from Ashes.
*Lizzy’s Scrapbook is an optional companion designed to enhance the reading experience of those enjoying Ginger Monette’s enchanting World War I Pride & Prejudice Variation, Darcy’s Hope ~ Beauty from Ashes. As a stand-alone photo album, the photographs are wonderful but will be most meaningful to those immersed in the novel. Download Darcy’s Hope at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KI34AT0/ and begin your WWI romance journey with Darcy’s and Lizzy today
An Auspicious Day in Derbyshire by Margaret Lynette Sharp
When news of the approach of Georgiana’s wedding reaches the ears of the all-condemning Lady Catherine de Bourgh, the latter instantly resolves to set off to Pemberley on a mission with two objectives. First, to dissuade her niece from entering into a marriage with someone of inadmissibly inferior social status. Second, should her best efforts at shock and awe (and the release of her flying monkeys) somehow fail to terrify her naive and feckless niece, to issue a stark ultimatum to the Darcys: they must either refuse to issue an invitation to Anne (and, most particularly, one to her husband,) or they must face the wrath of Lady Catherine, herself, in the form of a merciless boycott. What will Georgiana decide? Will she bow to intimidation? Will the would-be dowager despot, Catherine, find reason to change her attitude?
After the Pemberley Ball by Margaret Lynette Sharp
At the suggestion of Lady Catherine de Bourgh, the Darcys arrange for a lavish ball to be held at Pemberley, to mark the birthday of Georgiana. Unexpected events at this function threaten to upturn the lives of several of those in attendance. Will Lady Catherine take command, enforcing her own desires for both her daughter, Anne, and Miss Darcy?
Change Comes to Pemberley by Margaret Lynette Sharp
A Springtime Ball at Pemberley brings another opportunity for the nascent romance between Miss Juliette Darcy and Mr Stephen Woods to flourish. Will unforeseen events spoil their evening? What profound changes threaten to upturn the lives of those who call Pemberley home?
Expecting the Unexpected in Derbyshire by Margaret Lynette Sharp
When expectant mother Anne King (née de Bourgh) and her husband David came to stay at the home of fellow newly-weds Georgiana Hodges (née Darcy) and her husband Edward, events take an unexpected turn. Will the ensuing crisis be enough to precipitate an about-face on the part of Lady Catherine de Bourgh?
From Pemberley: A Wedding to Remember by Margaret Lynette Sharp
On the day before her daughter’s wedding, Elizabeth’s felicitous thoughts give way to consternation when she learns that Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s granddaughter, Amelia, has threatened to boycott the ceremony if her demands are not met by the Darcy family. Will Juliette’s special day be marred by Amelia’s vengefulness?
Lady Catherine’s Lover by Margaret Lynette Sharp
What twists will be revealed that colour the past of the lover of Lady Catherine de Bourgh? Will Darcy’s revelations to Her Ladyship thwart the path of love?
News Comes to Pemberley by Margaret Lynette Sharp
How do the Darcys and Lady Catherine de Bourgh react to the steady stream of shocking allegations concerning Her Ladyship’s fiancé, Hubert, as revealed by the letters arriving almost daily at Pemberley House? Will the heavily pregnant Elizabeth give birth to a healthy baby? Is happiness in store for our favourite couple?
Pemberley: A Ball to Remember by Margaret Lynette Sharp
The prospect of a Ball at Pemberley to mark the birthday of Miss Juliette Darcy sets Elizabeth’s mind aglow with schemes for happy outcomes of every sort. Will romance blossom for her son, Fitzwilliam? Will the rift between Lady Catherine de Bourgh and her daughter Anne be healed? Will old friendships be rekindled, and new ones formed?
Pemberley: Fitzwilliam Goes to London by Margaret Lynette Sharp
The grand ball at Pemberley has perhaps kindled a fledgling love between Fitzwilliam Darcy, Jr and Miss Emily Collins, the daughter of Mr William Collins and his late wife Charlotte. As a protegee of Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s, Miss Collins is living in London, far away from her Hunsford home – where she is undertaking the study of the pianoforte under the guidance of an eminent master.
An opportunity to visit the beautiful maiden proves irresistible to Fitzwilliam, who travels with his father who has business in London. Will Fitzwilliam’s feelings be reciprocated? Is Emily devoted to her musical studies, to the exclusion of a suitor? Or will someone else prove to have worked his way into her heart?
They Gathered at Rosings by Margaret Lynette Sharp
There’s excitement afoot when the Darcys gather with their peers for the grand ball organised by Lady Catherine de Bourgh and her husband Hubert. Will Her Ladyship’s grandson John meet the girl of his dreams, or has unrequited love stifled his ardour? Does Fitzwilliam Darcy, Jr win the hand of his true love, Emily? Has Lady Catherine had a change of heart about her feelings towards her grandchildren and their futures?
The Adventures of Lizzy Bennet Book 1 by Kate Speck
The first of a three-book series, this story begins with Elizabeth Bennet as a ten-year-old girl who loves to climb trees and has an active imagination. Fitzwilliam Darcy moves into the neighbourhood with his ailing mother and develops a great friendship with the young girl and she becomes in invaluable part of the Darcy Family.
Rated K+ for mild language. Non-canon.
Adventures of Lizzy Bennet Book 2 by Kate Speck
The second of a three-book series, this story continues as Elizabeth Bennet experiences life of a young lady from ages twelve to fifteen. Friendships are strengthened and the young girl learns to get over the most trying age of her early teen years.
Rated K+ for mild language. Non-canon.
The Adventures of Lizzy Bennet Book 3 by Kate Speck
The final instalment of a three-book series, Elizabeth Bennet is now seen as a lady in Fitzwilliam Darcy’s eyes and he finds himself desperately in love with her. Unfortunately, she does not see him more than as a brother-figure and he must struggle to determine their future after several complications arise. The beloved characters find happiness after some misunderstandings and everyone lives happily ever after. Rated K; non-canon
The Diary by Kate Speck
Elizabeth Bennet purchases a blank diary for her own use when her life changes while in Ramsgate. In this variation, she meets Georgiana first and thinks the worst of her brother but also finds the mysterious gentleman fascinating.
Will she be able to overcome her prejudice to find the proud man worthy, when he is keeping several secrets while holding her own?
Rated T for mild language and adult situations.
50 First Impressions by Kate Speck
Fitzwilliam Darcy makes his scathing comments about Elizabeth Bennet at the town assembly in Meryton but soon realises his error and finds her captivating. But can he find the strength to love her with her great defects and find the humility to see her for the woman she is?
Rated T for language and lightly-descriptive sexual situations.
First Impressions of a Second Nature by Kate Speck
What if Mr. Darcy did not insult Elizabeth Bennet at the assembly but another and she overheard it? How would their acquaintance change as a result? The Bennets are not quite how they appear and misunderstandings cause some heartaches for our favorite characters for a short while. Happy endings for most in this light-hearted story for those who enjoy fluff pieces.
Rated T for language, sexual situations and innuendo
Growing Pains by Kate Speck
A story of friendship and overcoming life’s challenges. Colonel Fitzwilliam and Georgiana join Darcy at Netherfield and everything changes. Darcy does not insult Elizabeth and their acquaintance turns onto a different path from the classic Jane Austen story. Majority of characters canon in beginning. Rated T for minor violence and sexual situations.
Growing Pains Too: A Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion Crossover: Sequel to Growing Pains by Kate Speck
A continuation of Growing Pains, where the evil Mr. Elliot and a mysterious Lady Elliot cause trouble for the Darcys. A Persuasion crossover to continue a little of that beloved tale. Non-Canon. Rated T for action/violence and sexual innuendo.
Lessons in Gratitude by Kate Speck
An accident after Jane and Elizabeth’s stay at Netherfield brings Darcy’s desire to marry Elizabeth quickly but Darcy’s pride gets in the way of their felicity and several lessons in gratitude and humility must be learned before they can find happiness. Rated T for sexual innuendo.
Love in the Afternoon by Kate Speck
What if Elizabeth Bennet had been carrying a secret for three years before being formally introduced Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley? Love is instant but they must overcome several obstacles before they find their happily ever after.
Rated T for lightly-descriptive sexual situations, mild language, and topic of premarital relations
Mr. Darcy’s Deception by Kate Speck
What if Mr. Darcy owned Netherfield and was persuaded to take a holiday there as a seemingly a modest gentleman? He has his father’s brother, the honourable Judge Darcy, to support him with the heavy burdens on his shoulders during his respite in Hertfordshire after Georgiana’s difficult summer. Elizabeth Bennet does not form her prejudice against Bingley’s visitor and a platonic friendship forms.
This story contains several adventurous scenarios with mild language and reference to kidnapping and sexual innuendo.
Murders in London by Kate Speck
Set in late 1811, this story of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet begins in London and follows a different path from the original beloved novel. The Bennet family’s dynamics are changed when Mrs. Bennet dies after having an heir.
Loosely based on the true story of the London horrors in December 1811, our characters’ lives are intertwined with the murders in London that result in confusion and misunderstanding, but true love wins out and our heroes live happily ever after.
Rated T for crime-related theme and mild language.
November Twenty-Seventh by Kate Speck
What if events after Mr. Collins’ proposal changed Elizabeth Bennet’s choices? This story begins with Mr. Darcy and his love for a woman he cannot marry.
Rated M for sexual descriptions.
The Next Mrs. Darcy by Kate Speck
What if Mr. Darcy was unable to join Charles Bingley to Netherfield due to his own troubles? This story of friendship takes a different turn when our favourite characters meet months after Bingley moves to Hertfordshire.
Rated K+ for some language and mild violence.
The Proud and the Beast by Kate Speck
Mr. Darcy has an accident while riding his horse and with assistance from a stranger, he is able to return to Netherfield. But he awakens and does not know what had happened to him and can only recall a pair of kind eyes that haunts his dreams. What happened to cause his fall and why can he not remember? And who was the kind creature that helped him? T for sexual innuendo. Non-canon characters.
Rank and Circumstance by Kate Speck
Fitzwilliam Darcy meets Elizabeth Bennet after Georgiana’s heartbreak and hires her as his sister’s companion but finds the lady fascinating. Because of his family’s expectations and the inferiority of her birth, he tells himself that he cannot make an offer for her due to the difference in their rank and circumstance. How will he find humility to pursue the woman he loves?
Rated T for innuendo and suggestive sexual language; non-canon
Service of a Friend by Kate Speck
Darcy joins Bingley in Hertfordshire before the Netherfield Ball and offends Elizabeth but in a different way. Their friendship develops quickly and their pride and prejudice are set aside to form a lasting bond. Happy, low-angst story of friendship.
Teachings of His Father by Kate Speck
What if Mr. Darcy’s father took the time to teach his son what was right and to correct his temper?
This story begins earlier when Fitzwilliam Darcy is 23 years old and he meets Elizabeth Bennet as a young woman, who is visiting the Gardiners in London. The elder Mr. Darcy is alive and several anti-heroes are thwarted early due to his interventions.
Non-canon, K+ for minor violence