April New Releases

This list is a work in progress. I am just starting to keep a database. If you know of any books not included on this list, please do not hesitate to inform me!

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Doubt and Division by Kate Barton

When Elizabeth Bennet visits her dear friend, Charlotte, at Rosings Park, her expectations of the visit are low.

There is Charlotte’s new husband, Mr Collins, to endure, as well as the proud and haughty Lady Catherine de Bourgh.

Her Ladyship makes an announcement: her daughter, Anne, is to marry her nephew, the detestable Mr Darcy.

While Elizabeth cares nothing for Mr Darcy’s happiness – after all, he separated her sister Jane from her true love, Mr Bingley, and was the ruin of poor Mr Wickham – she is dismayed to see the soft, tender look that is exchanged between Anne and Colonel Fitzwilliam.

Elizabeth slowly befriends Anne, and her instincts prove correct: Anne and the Colonel are indeed in love, but cannot defy Lady Catherine.

Elizabeth’s opinion of Mr Darcy is lowered, once more. How can he enter into an engagement with a woman he does not love, on top of all the other things that he has done?

Mr Darcy feels compelled to justify his decisions to Elizabeth Bennet, although he hardly knows why.

But she refuses to listen to him. It is only after intervening in the scandal of Lydia and Wickham that Elizabeth finally starts to think that he might be a man of worth.

But it is all too late…his wedding to Anne is fast approaching.

It seems that all the lovers must be eternally separated…unless someone has the courage to stand up and stop it, once and for all.

The Impetuous Mr. Darcy by Julia Biscayne

Mr. Darcy has always considered himself a controlled, rational man – until he meets Elizabeth Bennet.

Suddenly, against his better judgment, he is falling madly, foolishly, passionately in love with a woman who is completely unsuitable.

At the Netherfield Ball, Darcy learns that Mr. Collins is planning to propose marriage to Elizabeth in the morning. This cannot be. Darcy must act first to win Elizabeth’s hand or risk losing her forever.

For an exciting romance, read The Impetuous Mr. Darcy.

Cherishing Kitty (Marrying Elizabeth Book 5) by Leenie Brown

She loves him. He loves her. If only each knew the other’s heart. 

Kitty Bennet hadn’t meant she would never marry the gentleman she was caught kissing. She had only meant she couldn’t marry him just yet. She has a promise to keep first. However, before she can explain herself to him, he tosses her heart back at her in a thousand broken pieces. 

Lorcan Langley is in love with Kitty, but when she declares she has no desire to marry him, he comes to the heart-rending decision to give her what she wants – a future without him. 

As both Lorcan and Kitty attempt to move on with their lives into bleak futures without the person they love, a broken wheel will bring their plans to a screeching and potentially disastrous end.  

Cherishing Kitty is the fifth installment in Leenie Brown’s Pride and Prejudice variation series Marrying Elizabeth.  If you like misunderstandings between lovers and second chance romances, then you’ll enjoy this story about discovering that happiness and doing the right thing do not have to be mutually exclusive.

So, put the kettle on, grab your copy of Cherishing Kitty, and join Kitty and Lorcan as they are forced together and lay a foundation for a happily ever after that is uniquely their own. 

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Charm and Enchantment by Josie Case

Pride and Prejudice meets Freaky Friday. On the morning after the Netherfield Ball Elizabeth Bennet wakes to find that she is not completely herself – not at all herself – in fact, she is someone else entirely! Will Lizzie’s feisty independent spirit find a way out of her body-swap conundrum. Will she manage it on her own? Or will she need to enlist the help of a man she despises. In this Georgian era, eve-of-Regency romance the characters of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice are given a new lease of life… and fresh challenges. From Longbourn to Netherfield to Lucas Lodge and Rosings and from Meryton to Brighton, London and Kent, Josie Case’s newest romantic adventure follows our heroes and heroines and villains and scoundrels as they vie for advantage and resolution.

Netherfield Needs: A Steamy Pride and Prejudice Variation (Netherfield Nights Book 2) by Emma East

A rescue during the Netherfield ball leads to a kiss… which leads to much, much more.

Is it Cupid’s arrow or Darcy’s seductive eyes that make her follow him? Elizabeth can’t tell the difference anymore, only that her lips yearn for his heady kisses. This spell that makes her think only of him has to break sometime.

Or does it?

After all, Darcy wants to marry her. Experienced, wealthy Darcy who can have anyone and anything…

This can’t lead to anything good, but Elizabeth’s curiosity is well known for getting her into trouble. This time?

Darcy might not let her escape.

Netherfield Nights is the first installment of the Netherfield Nights Series. It is novella length and contains scenes that might require smelling salts!

Seven Days with Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Anthology by Rose Fairbanks

Seven Days with Mr. Darcy features six previously replaced stories and one exclusive novelette. Read one per day and enjoy a whole week with Mr. Darcy!

Featuring:

The Gentleman’s Impertinent Daughter— Mr. Darcy is one of the richest young men in England. However, all of his money can’t fill the whole in his heart. When he meets Elizabeth Bennet in Hyde Park, a mutual attraction immediately forms. However, their budding romance might disintegrate before it begins once Darcy meets Elizabeth’s family.

Letters from the Heart— A night of deep introspection leads Darcy and Elizabeth to pen confessions never meant to be read. When they are mistakenly sent to one another, their courses, and those of their loved ones, are forever changed. A comedic but heart touching forced marriage scenario.

Pledged— When a young Will Darcy meets his best friend’s sister, his future becomes startling clear to him. However, their families oppose the match. Can Will and Lizzy’s romance overcome the disapproval of their closest loved ones? A best friend’s sister romance.

A Sense of Obligation— One night changes everything when Darcy and Elizabeth share an evening of laughter and intimacy at Netherfield. Soon, they’re marching to the altar but not all is as it seems. A forced marriage scenario.

The Secrets of Pemberley— Told entirely from Mr. Darcy’s point of view, we see him as never before– sensitive, vulnerable, and desperately in need of love. Can Darcy trust Elizabeth with the secret that could shatter his life?

Mr. Darcy’s Bluestocking Bride— Darcy’s great aunt is leaving him as more than just the next Baron Darcy. She asks that he recreate a club for intellectual women. His wife shall be the hostess. The stakes are higher than ever that he choose the right bride. So why can’t he get Elizabeth Bennet out of his head?

Eavesdropping— A brand new novelette, exclusively available in this collection. What happens if Mr. Darcy overhears Elizabeth talking about Jane’s feelings for Mr. Bingley?

Seven Days with Mr. Darcy
 is a limited-time, money-saving collection showcasing a variety of Rose Fairbanks’ works. Enjoy seven stories for the price of one or download as part of your Kindle Unlimited subscription!

Fortune and Felicity by Monica Fairview

In this Pride & Prejudice variation, Elizabeth and Darcy have a second chance to get things right. Will they be able to come together this time, or will pride intervene yet again?

Seven years after Darcy’s disastrous proposal, Darcy is in need, not of a wife, but of a governess for his young daughter. Imagine his surprise when he discovers Elizabeth Bennet on the list of possible candidates provided by the employment agency. The question is, should he take her on as a governess, or would he be playing with fire?

Elizabeth Bennet is forced by her reduced circumstances to take on a position. However, when Mr. Darcy invites her for an interview, she is embarrassed and humiliated. How could she possibly live under the same roof as the man she had rejected so strongly seven years ago?

Whatever decision she makes, there will be a high price to pay… one way or the other.
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A Jane Austen what-if variation.

Overheard by Marley Fulton

“Overheard” is a novella-long Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation, clean, low angst, amusing and very romantic, that answers the question “what if the main characters overheard some of the important moments in the story?”

The story begins with a teasing moment, that will leave the readers wondering “how did they get there!” Then will return to the Meryton Assembly, where Darcy and Elizabeth share a not-so-favorable first impression. Unlike the canon, both overhear the other’s unkind statements and, even more, they confront each other about it. What can go wrong in an honest, open discussion, right? Well, …we will see!

The readers will then join ODC at Netherfield during Jane’s illness, and later in their dealings with Mr. Wickham, Mr. Collins, Bingley’s sisters, Lady Catherine de Bourgh and all the others.

“Overheard” takes the main steps as in the original; however, several mere indiscretions and the unwilling help of a villain character are enough to change the outcome and help Elizabeth and Darcy reach their happily ever after sooner!

Mr Darcy Got Married by Florence Gold

Fitzwilliam Darcy, after being harshly rejected at Hunsford, decides to forget Elizabeth Bennet just as—unbeknownst to him—her affection begins to change and grow stronger.

Unable to tear her from his troubled heart but tormented by her accusations, Mr. Darcy decides to follow the demands of duty and family. Realizing that he can never have a marriage of love, he settles for one of convenience.

His decision throws Elizabeth into despair, as she now understands that he is the man best suited for her. Yet she never has the chance to bare her heart to him before his engagement. A happy ending seems impossible when their hasty decisions, made in anger, sentence them both to a life of misery.
What will happen to Mr Darcy’s union of convenience, strangely planned by the last woman in the world whom one might think capable of such a scheme?

Will fate ever give Elizabeth and Darcy a chance to share and fulfill their mutual love and eventually find happiness?

Very Nearly Perfect by Miranda Greywood

Can two complete opposites find a way to discover the happy middle of their new marriage?

Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy have just returned to Pemberley from their wedding trip to India and are now faced with the realities of being married. Elizabeth is learning to be the lady of a grand estate and Darcy is busy with the day-to-day details of maintaining Pemberley. But when a new friend from India arrives at Pemberley, Elizabeth and Darcy’s lives are turned upside down. Will these newlyweds survive the chaos created while their friend stays at Pemberley? And more importantly, can they find a way to give up a little bit of themselves so they can fill their lives with the joy they have searched for for so long?

Very Nearly Perfect is a clean comedic Pride and Prejudice variation full of romance, unexpected love, and more than a few silly surprises as Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy traverse life as a married couple.

Mr. Darcy’s Tender Heart by JT Hunt

“Mr. Darcy’s Tender Heart” is a clean, romantic “Pride and Prejudice” variation of approximately 35 K words (almost twice that of the author’s first two stories.)

While she is visiting her friend, Charlotte Collins, in Kent, Elizabeth is surprised to meet Mr. Darcy again, together with his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam. While she takes an immediate liking to the amiable Colonel, Elizabeth’s hatred of Mr Darcy only increases, as she blames him for separating Jane and Mr. Bingley, as well as for his unjust treatment of the poor Mr. Wickham.

Several unexpected encounters in the Rosings’s groves put Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy in some peculiar circumstances that allow her to discover a tender side to his character that she has never before suspected and make her wonder about his true nature.

Mr. Darcy, in his turn, has the opportunity to discover that Elizabeth’s opinion of him is not as favourable as he had proudly assumed and that he must make amends before even considering a marriage proposal.

Under Lady Catherine’s close observation, how will the relationship between ODC evolve once the misunderstandings are cleared?

An Innocent Love (A Courtship of Roses Book 2) by Jane Hunter

Every spring, Elizabeth Bennet and her sister Jane spend several weeks with their aunt and uncle in London. But with the arrival of each spring, Elizabeth must remind herself to keep a very special secret.

Elizabeth Bennet has made a very unexpected friend in London. A young man who loves poetry and talking long into the afternoon about everything and nothing–a young man named Fitzwilliam Darcy.
But as the years pass, Elizabeth begins to wonder if she might have stronger emotions for her friend… Emotions that she are unsure will be reciprocated.

With Mrs. Bennet more than eager to see her daughters married to gentlemen of a goodly income, Elizabeth knows that it will not be long before she will be unable to meet with her friend under the shade of the flowering cherry trees. Can she bring herself to speak of her desires? Or will she be forced to keep her secret as nothing more than a sweet memory…

“An Innocent Love” is the second installment in “A Courtship of Roses,” a six book series of short standalone novellas featuring different re-imaginings of our dear couple’s courtship. From innocent beginnings to passionate encounters, these sensual and steamy reads are best enjoyed by mature readers.

A Grateful Love (A Courtship of Roses Book 3) by Jane Hunter

Lydia Bennet’s flight from Brighton and her scandalous dalliances with Mr. Wickham were enough to ruin any family… but none could have felt it as keenly as a family in possession of five daughters who would all be tainted by her actions.
However, when an anonymous benefactor discovers the pair and sees them married–Elizabeth Bennet is determined to discover the identity of the nameless gentleman.

But when Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy is revealed as the gentleman in question, her only thought is of demanding an answer as to why he had done it. Why had he come to their aid? Asking a question is one thing, but knowing how to react to the answer is entirely another.

Will Elizabeth Bennet be able to put aside her confusion and trust her heart? Or will this chance be lost to her forever?

“A Grateful Love” is the third instalment in “A Courtship of Roses,” a six book series of short standalone novellas featuring different re-imaginings of our dear couple’s courtship. From innocent beginnings to passionate encounters, these sensual and steamy reads are best enjoyed by mature readers.

Spirited Away by Alix James

When doing the right thing goes utterly wrong.

Elizabeth Bennet cannot rid herself of the strange feeling she has whenever she is around Mr. Darcy—and it has nothing to do with the fact that he is irresistibly handsome and intelligent. Almost nothing, anyway. People around town are disappearing, and no one seems to know why. And who was that woman Mr. Darcy was hiding at the Meryton Inn? Elizabeth has questions, and Mr. Darcy refuses to answer them.

Fitzwilliam Darcy hates deception and disguise, but to protect his cousin, that is precisely what he must do. It troubled his conscience to keep certain matters from his aunt, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, even temporarily. Lying to Elizabeth Bennet, however, is robbing him of his sanity. Of all the women in Hertfordshire who might challenge him over missing persons, why did it have to be the one who had captured his heart and mind?

In the absence of good information, dark suggestions soon populate the town’s imagination. And when another young lady goes missing, will the town turn on Darcy, or will the truth come out—no matter who it exposes?

Of Family and Friendship: By Charm or By Choice? continues… (Pride and Prejudice Continues Book 2) by Shana Jefferis-Zimmerman

Of Family and Friendship (Book 2 of the Pride and Prejudice Continues series) is the sequel and conclusion to By Charm or By Choice? and both books together offer a satisfying journey beyond the ending of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and into the world of ‘happily ever after’. In By Charm or By Choice? Mrs. Darcy eagerly embraces her new life as a wife, sister-in-law, mistress, and mother. She helps her shy new sister-in-law prepare for her coming out with ease. But, Mrs. Darcy and her dear sister, Mrs. Bingley, are never free of the knowledge of their still precariously situated family. Longbourn is as entailed away as ever. Ultimately they are decided that they must offer assistance by means of their own improved circumstances. The chief of this assistance is offered to their sisters through the gift of dowries, encouragement of accomplishments, the offering of sound advice, and some fortunate matchmaking. But in stark contrast to the improving situations of the Darcys’ sisters, the still conniving Miss Bingley is as unmarried and lacking in prospects as ever! After continuing to cause trouble at Mr. Bingley’s new estate, Miss Bingley is banished to Pemberley where Mrs. Darcy faces a more formidable challenge to redirect Miss Bingley’s approach to husband hunting. And just when some progress with Miss Bingley may be on the point of being realized, the Darcys receive the dreadful news that their beloved cousin, formerly a colonel, but now Brigadier Fitzwilliam, was grievously injured in the Battle of Waterloo. He is soon brought to Pemberley where it is hoped that his health may be restored and his spirits lifted. In their desperation to be of use, the Darcys resort to an abhorrent disguise in order to establish their cousin in his long absent independence. With the continued improvements to Miss Bingley’s manner and temper, the Darcys are off to London to assist her in finding an establishment of her own or making an advantageous match.

In Of Family and Friendship, Mr. and Mrs. Darcy of Pemberley intend to host their remaining two unmarried, though accomplished, sisters as well as the now retired and recovered Brigadier Fitzwilliam in London for the social season. With any luck, Mrs. Darcy’s proficiency as a matchmaker may again be put to good use in helping all three form advantageous matches while still enabling them to marry for affection. Just as the season commences, the Darcys are surprised by a demand from Lady Catherine de Bourgh that she and her daughter, Miss Anne de Bourgh, be included in the Darcys’ plans. How will the sickly Anne de Bourgh perform during a London season? Can Mr. Darcy bear to watch his sister, Miss Darcy, receive a suitor? Is the last Miss Bennet quitting the sphere in which she was brought up by husband hunting within the Ton? The family party has many grand adventures as they enjoy the season with the rest of London society. Several family secrets are exposed including the Darcys’ own deception for assisting Brigadier Fitzwilliam financially following his grievous injuries in battle. Though an indisputable man of valour on the battlefield, can Brigadier Fitzwilliam press his own suit as a lover? Intriguing matches are made, a new baby is delivered, and the family suffers a loss to illness.

Of Family and Friendship is a sweet and clean Regency romance. It is a full length novel of 125,000 words.

Sought (Leaving Bennet Behind Book 5) by Sarah Johnson

The Bennet family changed dramatically when Mr Bennet nearly lost his life. The rekindled love between him and his wife encouraged a unifying bond amongst their five daughters. Their story unfolds as each eligible young lady walks down the aisle, taking her husband’s hand and forever leaving the name of Bennet behind.

Lydia Bennet’s four older sisters have found love, leaving only her at home now, however she is not eager to make a change to her status too soon. Her first Season in London is shared by her good friend Georgiana Darcy and opens up new and exciting prospects for both girls. Unfortunately, it is cut short by an unexpected situation, sending the family back to Longbourn, where things go from bad to worse when Lydia is kidnapped. Will she be found in time to save not only her reputation, but more importantly, her life?

Jennifer Joy Series Starter Bundle: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Collection

Get ready to binge read!

Four full-length, Regency Romance novels inspired by Jane Austen’s classic, Pride & Prejudice. That’s over 1000 pages and the first book in four of Jennifer Joy’s series!

Fitzwilliam Darcy, Traitor — Darcy is England’s most wanted criminal … and Elizabeth is stuck with him. When adversity reveals their true characters, will they find what they need in each other? The first in a series of standalone novels!

Accusing Elizabeth — Misconceptions pull Darcy and Elizabeth apart. One set of missing diamonds — and an escapist pig — brings them together. The first in a series of standalone novels!

The Honorable Mr. Darcy — Darcy and Elizabeth must join forces to catch a murderer — at the risk of losing their own hearts. 

Darcy’s Ultimatum — Both Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet face ultimatums from their parents: Find a spouse or lose everything. With the London Season in full swing, will their search for love lead them to one another? 

* These are previously published novels, bundled into one limited edition collection.

The Mist of Her Memory (audiobook) by Suzan Lauder

What happened that fateful morning in Lambton?

What brutal attacker caused her grievous, near-fatal injuries?

Does she remain in danger? Elizabeth cannot remember!

Sequestered in her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner’s London home, Elizabeth Bennet tries to recover from a devastating incident that stole her memories during their Derbyshire tour. She continues to suffer from strange, angry voices in her head and to recall events that people tell her never happened. Even those who love her refuse to believe her. Elizabeth can barely endure the confusion.

Fitzwilliam Darcy is desperate for any hint of his beloved’s wellbeing, yet he lacks the information he seeks as her family forbids him contact with Elizabeth. His frustration mounts when he learns that her mental impairment incited taunting and torment in the market town of Meryton.

Which of Elizabeth’s recollections bear the closest resemblance to the truth? And what is the result of her sister Lydia’s elopement with Mr. Wickham? How is Mr. Darcy to rekindle his romance with Elizabeth when her aunt and uncle strictly shield her from him?

Prepare to grip the edge of your seat during this original romantic tale of suspense and mystery, another Pride and Prejudice variation by bestselling author Suzan Lauder.

In the Tower with Mr. Darcy (Happily Ever After Collection) by Valerie Lennox

Once upon a time, a girl was captured by a madwoman and imprisoned in a tower…

Lady Catherine de Bourgh is rumored to have been carried away by grief over the death of her daughter Anne. When Elizabeth Bennet is visiting her friend Charlotte in Kent, she hardly expects to be abducted by the woman and imprisoned in a tower, a replacement for the dead Anne de Bourgh herself.

Forced to wear Anne’s old clothes and to answer to her name, Elizabeth does everything she can to escape from her prison, but Lady Catherine’s madness is impenetrable.

When Mr. Darcy arrives to visit his aunt, Elizabeth tries to signal him from the tower window, and he sees her, but it is all for naught when he, too, is dragged to the tower and imprisoned. After all, Lady Catherine always did have plans for Mr. Darcy and her daughter.

But these plans she is carrying out now, they are dark and despicable.

Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy fear they may not get out alive. And they only have each other to rely on.

This Rapunzel retelling is part of the Happily Ever Collection, a series of novels that puts together Pride and Prejudice and fairy tales. This is a Regency Era retelling with no paranormal elements, but it is exceedingly gothic and owes a great deal to the grimmer aspects of the Grimm Brothers’ tale. Readers who like high stakes, a healthy dollop of angst, and just a hint of heat will likely find this is just what they’ve been looking for.

Darcy’s Quest by Marianne Lewis

Elizabeth Bennet had resigned herself to a future as the wife of the proud Mr. Darcy. Her husband was well aware that she loved George Wickham and expected nothing of her save for an heir. When a marriage of convenience became a matter of love was difficult to determine. More difficult still was how Darcy could ever admit to Elizabeth that he had taken her to wife in the likely event he would soon lose his life.

Mr. Darcy’s Near Death Experience by Joann Louise

June 1811 had already been bad enough for Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley in Derbyshire. A fortnight earlier he had barely averted a planned elopement of his sister with his former friend George Wickham when they planned to leave Ramsgate to travel to Gretna Green. Wickham had now returned to Lambton. He also had an accomplice and they were prepared to ruin Darcy. Both men would use any means whatsoever to steal Darcy’s beloved Pemberley, even if it meant killing Darcy. With Darcy gone, Mr. Wickham might convince a grieving Georgiana Darcy of his love for her and this time they would elope to Gretna Green. After that the way would be clear for George Wickham to become the owner of Pemberley and Darcy House and all of the other properties that the Darcy family owned.

Things suddenly got out of control. The new owner of the local paper in Lambton hated Darcy and all his family and now he set out to ruin him and his younger sister. The man published a story accusing Darcy of murdering Mr. Wickham and there were many other lies and his story was delivered to the newspapers in London. It was the biggest story in years and it was sure to destroy Mr. Darcy.

For over six years Mr. Darcy had been covered in the society pages of the papers in town as being a rich handsome bachelor of high moral character but now all of this was being erased by a rogue editor in the little village of Lambton in Derbyshire. The stories of Mr. Darcy had young women swooning at the very mention of his name and had their mothers constantly trying to introduce their daughters to him. Darcy did not like the stories and had never met the woman who he would marry.

Wickham’s new friend even accused Darcy of being a murderer when all along it was Wickham who had been a rapist and a reprobate and had ruined many young women in Lambton and other places.

Darcy knew he was innocent of all the charges made against him and the slander directed against Miss Darcy by this new editor who wrote the story and indeed the man offered no proof of his allegations against Darcy. Soon nearly all in London and beyond were talking about it and most agreed Mr. Darcy was not one to kill anyone, including his former friend. He and his attorneys and his investigators gathered all the facts and let the press decide if he was innocent or was just the victim of an evil conspiracy. There was much to uncover before Darcy could prove his innocence but he needed to find the third person in the barn that day to prove he did not kill Wickham. To Darcy it was obvious he did not kill Wickham as he was unconscious and could not have been the killer. The press did investigate the matter, though and it appeared that no one would ever know who killed Wickham.

This is not a story for the faint of heart and includes hate, murder, jealousy, revenge, lies, deceit, greed, rape, and theft. But the story also includes the good in man including religion, family, friends, love, help, compassion, giving and the truth.

Mr. Darcy, Imposter by Anna Morton

A case of mistaken identity leads to chaos and misunderstanding on both sides as a lost and weary Fitzwilliam Darcy finds himself at Longbourn House at the same time as the Bennets are expecting Mr. Collins.

Tempers fray and angry words are exchanged before Darcy is cast out of Longbourn. But not before he has left a lasting impression on one of the Bennet girls…

Lizzy cannot reconcile the stirring in her heart with the terrible things she has heard the man say.

Will the truth be discovered? Or shall Lizzy and Darcy be forced to pine for each other from a distance, not truly understanding their feelings and never knowing what really happened?

Mr. Darcy, Imposter is a Pride and Prejudice Variation exploring what might have happened if Bingley’s arrival at Netherfield had been delayed.

Taken by Mary Anne Mushatt

Taken from her home as a young child, Elizabeth Bennet’s sense of self is shaken when the mystery behind her true identity is unraveled. Discovering her place as the daughter of a duke, she confronts reclaimed memories of her brutal abduction while making her way in the alien world of Regency England’s high society. Facing the ton is the least of her concerns as her kidnappers remain determined to keep her from Fitzwilliam Darcy–the man who first professed his love by proposing she become his mistress. Humbled by her refusal, he returns to win her love and respect.

Together with her reunited family, Elizabeth faces her greatest challenges to both her life and her heart–reclaiming herself and finding her happiness.

This novel is a Pride and Prejudice variation containing the beloved characters of Jane Austen placed into scenarios and situations of the author’s imagining.

A Baby at Pemberley by Abbey North

Shortly after losing her first pregnancy to miscarriage, Lizzy opens Pemberley to an ill and very pregnant Lydia, who has been abandoned by Wickham. The delivery proves too much for her fragile sister, leaving pitiable little Lydia in need of a devoted family in the absence of a loving mother.

As the months pass, and Lizzy and Fitzwilliam come to love Lydia’s daughter as their own, a new pregnancy only increases their happiness. Everything feels as though it should be in place for a happy ending until Wickham’s return. He comes with a wicked scheme to ruin the Darcys’ happiness. Will her clever husband find a way to thwart Wickham before he carries out his cruel plan?

While Abbey sometimes writes steamy JAFF, this story is strictly SWEET.

Fortune & Misfortune: A Sweet Pride and Prejudice Variation by Abbey North

Lifetimes before…
When a fortuneteller at the Netherfield ball tells Lizzy and Fitzwilliam they are soulmates who have lived many lives before, both dismiss the claim. Yet as the days pass, Lizzy finds it harder to disbelieve she was once in love with Mr. Darcy in a previous life. With her loyalties torn between Mr. Wickham, so wronged by Darcy, and the man himself, who draws her, can she separate the truth from the lies? Which man deserves her heart, and which man has held it for innumerable lifetimes before?

This story includes a touch of magic, intrigue, danger, and a decidedly fated happily ever after for ODC.

While Abbey sometimes writes steamy JAFF, this story is strictly SWEET.

A Lingering Melody by Abbey North

Thoroughly modern Lizzy.

A decade after Darcy’s ill-fated proposal at Hunsford, Lizzy is a modern woman teaching music at a progressive school. She is shocked when one of her newest pupils is Anne-Marie Darcy, daughter of the man who once loved her so reluctantly. She quickly adores his daughter, and her stifled affection for the man is stirring to life anew as well.

The more time she spends with him, the more she sees a new side of Fitzwilliam. He is a changed man, influenced by a decade of loss and his brief marriage to Anne. One thing remains unchanged, and that is his love for her. The timing was all wrong ten years ago, but can they finally get it right this time?

While Abbey sometimes writes steamy JAFF, this is strictly SWEET.

Sweet Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Collection by Abbey North

Three sweet tales of ODC.
This collection includes three of Abbey North’s SWEET JAFF stories.
Lizzy is sure she knows the identity of the mysterious gift-sender in A SECRET ADMIRER.

In A BUNDLE OF JOY, Lizzy and Darcy are enjoying married life when Lydia and her son come to stay with them. When she disappears, they’re left holding the baby.

Finally, Lizzy and Darcy meet under different circumstances involving a rain storm, puppy rescue, and a shocking lack of decorum on Lizzy’s part in PUPPIES & PROSTRATIONS.



While Abbey sometimes writes steamier JAFF, this story is strictly SWEET.

Winter Nights with Darcy: A Sensual Pride and Prejudice Collection

Staying warm with Darcy.
Lizzy and Darcy find ways to heat the cold winter nights in this collection of three SENSUAL stories featuring ODC.
It’s wintertime and CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY, but can they foil a dastardly plot?

Lizzy receives a mask and scandalous invitation at a winter country party in DARCY’S WICKED GAME.

Darcy must find Lizzy after a carriage accident in a sudden blizzard in DANGER WITH DARCY.

While Abbey sometimes writes sweet JAFF, this collection is strictly SENSUAL.

The Beginning of Hope (Romance and Reconciliation Book 2) by Meg Osborne

Thrust into society once more, neither Fitzwilliam Darcy nor Elizabeth Bennet can even contemplate renewing the affection they once shared: they can barely look at one another!

When an old antagonist tips his hand, secrets are revealed and Elizabeth and Mr Darcy are forced to acknowledge the love the had for one another had never truly gone away…

Book 2 in a fun new Pride and Prejudice variation series. Romance and Reconciliation what if Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet met long before the Meryton Assembly…?

Tact (audiobook) by Jeannie Peneaux, Narrated by Katherine Anderson

“I must not speak for my sister, even to you who have been all goodness and kindness throughout this awkward situation. Only know,” and here she broke off, suddenly shy, “that even though I must deny myself the privilege of being your wife for love of my sister, I should very dearly like to have you for a brother!”

Elizabeth Bennet does not set out to manipulate people. It’s merely the correct choice of words, accompanied by an engaging smile or a beseeching look that yields the most satisfactory results. 

The morning after the Netherfield ball, Lizzy dispenses with one unwelcome suitor to her hand so amicably and successfully that she sees no reason why she should not make use of her talent for tactful speeches and deal with other unwelcome suitors in the same deft manner.

Unfortunately, not all young men are quite so obligingly obtuse as her poor foolish cousin, and Elizabeth finds that one particular gentleman from Derbyshire proves annoyingly impervious to her cunning.

A Portrait of Love by Florence Prescott

It was like a dream, but beyond even her wildest imagination…

The year is 1922 and Elizabeth Bennet is one of the most unappreciated employees at The British Museum. One late evening, while cataloguing a collection of paintings, she finds herself captivated by the portrait of a handsome gentleman. After a strange bout of dizziness, Elizabeth suddenly wakes in a garden, and that same handsome man from the painting is standing over her with concern.

Is her strange and magical encounter with Mr. Darcy in 1813 merely a dream? And if it is, does Elizabeth ever want to wake up?

A Portrait of Love is a standalone Pride and Prejudice intimate variation featuring time travel, impossible romance, and a few stolen moments that might be inappropriate for readers under the age of 18.

Mrs. Bennet’s Favorite Daughter by Jann Rowland

Elizabeth Bennet is her mother’s favorite daughter. She is not the prettiest or the liveliest, but she is the smartest. Mrs. Bennet, a woman not born as a gentlewoman, has always relied on Elizabeth for guidance, and Elizabeth has never failed her.

Soon after Mr. Bingley comes to Hertfordshire, Georgiana Darcy arrives for a visit along with her cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, a man who has taken command of the local militia regiment. Georgiana, a shy young woman, becomes fast friends with Elizabeth, who influences her to shed her shyness for confidence.

Mr. Darcy is drawn to Hertfordshire after learning of the recent addition of one George Wickham, his personal nemesis, to the militia regiment. Slightly mollified by his cousin’s assurances of Wickham’s good behavior, Darcy turns his attention to the local society, and his focus is soon drawn to Elizabeth and her playful charms. But with Wickham still lurking in the background, Darcy can ill afford to allow himself to be distracted, for he knows exactly what sort of mischief his childhood friend is capable of pursuing.

With My Whole Heart Forever by Wendi Sotis

In this reimagining of the classic Pride and Prejudice, Netherfield Park is owned by a neglectful landlord; therefore, the estate is never let out. Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s pleasure trip to the Lake District with her aunt and uncle is redirected when they receive an express stating Mrs. Gardiners’ sister and two nephews have fallen ill. The trio proceeds to a farm in Derbyshire to assist the ailing family, on the estate where her aunt grew up, Pemberley. During a walk, Elizabeth happens upon a young lady. A friendship is born, but secrets and heartache surround her new friend. Perhaps Elizabeth will finally meet Ana’s brother, of whom she has heard so much, at Pemberley’s Harvest Ball?

Fitzwilliam Darcy is desperate to help his sister recover from the events at Ramsgate but is at a loss as to how to do so. After she begins to ride every day, she also seems to begin healing. In his state of relief, he does not push for answers as to why. When Ana comes to him excitedly requesting that he make the Harvest Ball a masque, he is so grateful for her interest in something, he agrees.

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The Darcy and Elizabeth Collection (British Edition) by Gianna Thomas

British Edition – British Spelling

The entire ‘Darcy and Elizabeth Series’ is now available in one volume as ‘The Darcy and Elizabeth Collection.’ This volume is made up of three short prequels and three novellas. Enjoy this sweet Regency romance series featuring Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet as they meet, enter a courtship, and find their happily ever after in spite of the problems they encounter along the way. But will the Bennet family’s reputation survive the heartache that strikes their loved ones? Find out in this Pride and Prejudice variation that goes beyond Jane Austen’s original masterpiece.

‘The Women of Longbourn’ is a short story prequel that depicts Elizabeth Bennet’s journal entries from a se’nnight before the Meryton Assembly and with a slight overlap with ‘Darcy Chooses—The Complete Novel.’

‘Attending a Ball’ is a prequel that recounts the three days before the beginning of ‘Darcy Chooses’ from Elizabeth Bennet’s perspective and portrays Elizabeth and her friends, Charlotte Lucas and Melanie Farrington. It also gives extra insight into the Bennet family members.

‘Darcy Chooses – The Complete Novel’ is the pinnacle of ‘The Darcy and Elizabeth Collection.’ It contains the short story prequel ‘Darcy and Bingley’ and ‘Parts 1 and 2’ of the original ‘Darcy Chooses.’

‘Elizabeth’s Choice’ is the novella-length sequel to ‘Darcy Chooses – The Complete Novel’ and recounts Darcy and Elizabeth’s honeymoon to Ireland and their growing love for one another. But will they survive an encounter with an old enemy?

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