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Darcy’s Secret Bride: a cowboy billionaire Pride and Prejudice romance (Brothers of Austen County Book 1) by Brianna Bennett

He’s married to the woman of his dreams, but no one can ever know.

Not only is the marriage a secret but cowboy billionaire, William Darcy, hasn’t seen his wife in seven years, not since that fateful day they said “I do”.

The marriage had been spontaneous, romantic, and riddled with farce. Neither of them thought the vows had a shred of reality to them.

But now, faced with a corporation out to tear Austen apart, the Darcy family attorneys assure William there’s nothing fake about the marriage license. He has to do whatever he can to resolve the situation before the generations of work are undone and the Darcy family loses its claim on Pemberton.

Mary Cambry is from the wrong side of Austen with her lack of money and connections. There’s something to be said for having roots in Wyoming, but only if they’re the right kind.

She left town to find her own way and make a fresh start so many years before.

Now, though, Mary is back and she’s every bit the headstrong woman William Darcy fell in love with.

Her own secrets and ambitions keep her from professing her love but is that all?

Can she long for the same promises they once giggled over or is her pride going to keep them apart?

And can William pull through for his family in more ways than one?

Or does he get to choose the one person everyone else wants him to give up?

***With strong Pride and Prejudice flavors with the longing and need between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett. Fall in love over and over again.***

Submitting to Change : Pride and Prejudice Variation- A Mary Bennett Story by C.P. Bridges

Circumstances have a way of forcing all of us to make changes whether we want to or not. Mary Bennett’s sisters are moving on with their lives in one way or another. What will happen when changes thrust Mary out of her solitude?

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Performing Jane: A Cultural History of Jane Austen Fandom by Sarah Glosson

Jane Austen has resonated with readers across generations like no other writer. More than two hundred years after the publication of her most celebrated novel, Pride and Prejudice, people around the world continue to honor “dear Jane.” In Performing Jane, Sarah Glosson explores this vibrant fandom, examining a long history of Austen fans engaging with her work, from wearing hand-­sewn bonnets and period-­appropriate corsets to creating spirited fanfiction and comical gifsets. Sophisticated and engaging, this study demonstrates that Austen fans of today have a great deal in common with those who loved the English novelist long before the term “fan” came into use.

Performing Jane analyzes three ways fans engage with Austen and her work: collecting material related to the writer, whether in physical scrapbooks or on social­-media platforms; creating and consuming imitative works, including fanfiction and modernized adaptations such as The Lizzie Bennet Diaries; and making pilgrimages to Steventon, Hampshire, Chawton Cottage, and even to annual meetings of Jane Austen societies. Key to Glosson’s exploration of Austen fans is the notion that all of these activities, whether occurring in private or in public, are fundamentally performative. And in counterbalance to studies that center on fans with a tendency to transform and disrupt the original text, this study provides much-­needed understanding of a fandom that predominantly reaffirms Austen’s works.

Because Austen’s writing has bridged the realms of both literary and popular culture, this fandom serves as an excellent case study to understand the ways in which we draw distinctions between fandom and other forms of intensive engagement and, more importantly, to appreciate how fluid those distinctions can be. Performing Jane embraces a holistic view of the long history of Austen fandom, relying on archival research, literary and visual analyses, and ethnographic study. This groundbreaking book not only demonstrates the ways in which fan practices, today and in the past, are performative, but also provides fresh perspectives into fandom and contributes to our understanding of the ways readers engage with literature.

A Prayer for Pemberley: A Sweet Spiritual Pride & Prejudice Variation (Letters Home Book 1) by Carin Grace

A Prayer for Pemberley is the sweet beginning of a love-letter serial between newly engaged Miss Elizabeth Bennet and her betrothed Mr. Fitzwillliam Darcy as they seek to encourage each other emotionally and spiritually in the days before their wedding.

This re-imagined variation of Pride & Prejudice is clean and wholesome with sweet moments and Christian values. It is appropriate for all ages.

The Prideful Billionaire: A Pride & Prejudice Inspired Sweet Romance (Port St. Austen Billionaire’s Club Book 3)

In this sizzling sweet star-crossed lovers romance, Ethan Darcy will do anything to protect his best friend from falling for a poor and unsophisticated woman, including dating her beautiful sister, Hallie Gibbons. That way he can stay close until such time as he can reveal their true intentions as gold diggers and get the sisters out of their lives.

But he’s falling for Hallie. Big time.

Hallie Gibbons has had a crush on billionaire, Ethan Darcy for years. She’s followed his career, admiring his generosity in donating time and money to a tech school sure to produce future leaders. When she meets him at a Port St. Austen social event, she’s ecstatic. Until he treats her like a peon, calling her plain and uninteresting. Despite his arrogance, she’s attracted to him and it’s beyond frustrating.

What’s worse? He keeps asking her to do things with him. The more time they spend together, the more she falls for him.

But is he just using her?

Can they set aside their preconceived judgments of each other and let the other in or will their pride keep them from a forever kind of love?

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Desiring His Good Opinion: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by JT Hunt

“Desiring His Good Opinion” it is a clean, romantic novel, with some angst and a little bit of misunderstanding. It mostly takes place at Rosings Park, where Elizabeth is visiting her friend – Charlotte Collins – and she met Mr. Darcy again, as well as his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam. After a harsh confrontation with Mr. Darcy – followed by some amends on his part – Elizabeth begins to see the arrogant gentleman in a more favourable light and she found herself falling in love with him. However, Elizabeth also became a good friend with Miss De Bourgh, and Anne seemed very much in love with her cousin. But when there are two gentlemen cousins involved, one can easily misunderstand the situation. Although she does desire his good opinion, how can Elizabeth wish for more than a friendship with Darcy, if that would mean to hurt Anne?

The Elizabeth Papers by Jenetta James

“There are men, who if they knew the full truth, would say I have been a fool”
It is 1817 and Elizabeth Darcy is mistress of Pemberley, adored by her husband and splendidly happy. She does not know what adversity awaits her family: mistrust, scandal, tragedy, and a secret that must be kept at all costs.
Almost two hundred years later, Evie Martin does not even know that she is descended from the Darcys of Pemberley when their history disrupts her life. Who is Charlie Hayward, the charming, cynical private detective and why has he contrived to meet her? What are the elusive ‘Elizabeth Papers,’ and why did Elizabeth Darcy herself want them destroyed?
The full story—both truth and lies—unravels in The Elizabeth Papers, an era-spanning tale of mystery, deception, and love triumphant.
“If we live it then it shall become the truth”

Lover’s Knot by Jenetta James

A great love. A perplexing murder. Netherfield Park — a house of secrets. Fitzwilliam Darcy is in a tangle. Captivated by Miss Elizabeth Bennet, a girl of no fortune and few connections. Embroiled in an infamous murder in the home of his friend, Charles Bingley. He is being tested in every way. Fearing for Elizabeth’s safety, Darcy moves to protect her in the only way he knows but is thwarted. Thus, he is forced to turn detective. Can he overcome his pride for the sake of Elizabeth? Can he, with a broken heart, fathom the villainy that has invaded their lives? Is there even a chance for romance born of such strife? Lover’s Knot is a romantic Pride and Prejudice variation story, with a bit of mystery thrown in.

Suddenly Mrs Darcy by Jenetta James

Elizabeth Bennett never imagined her own parents would force her to marry a virtual stranger. But when Mrs. Bennett accuses Fitzwilliam Darcy of compromising her daughter, that is exactly the outcome. Trapped in a seemingly loveless marriage and far from home, she grows suspicious of her new husband’s heart and further, suspects he is hiding a great secret. Is there even a chance at love given the happenstance of their hasty marriage?

Rebellion at Longbourn by Victoria Kincaid

Elizabeth Bennet’s father died two years ago, and her odious cousin Mr. Collins has taken possession of the Longbourn estate. Although Collins and his wife Charlotte have allowed the Bennet sisters and their mother to continue living at Longbourn, the situation is difficult. Viewing Elizabeth and her sisters as little more than unpaid servants, Collins also mistreats the tenants, spends the estate’s money with abandon, and rejects any suggestions about improving or modernizing Longbourn. After one particularly egregious incident, Elizabeth decides she must organize a covert resistance among her sisters and the tenants, secretly using more modern agricultural methods to help the estate thrive. Her scheme is just getting underway when Mr. Darcy appears in Meryton.

Upon returning from a long international voyage, Darcy is forced to admit he cannot forget his love for Elizabeth. When he learns of the Bennet family’s plight, he hurries to Hertfordshire, hoping he can provide assistance. Sinking into poverty, Elizabeth is further out of Darcy’s reach than ever; still, he cannot help falling even more deeply in love. But what will he do when he discovers her covert rebellion against Longbourn’s rightful owner?

Falling in love with Mr. Darcy was not part of Elizabeth’s plan, but it cannot be denied. Darcy struggles to separate his love for her from his abhorrence for deception. Will their feelings for each other help or hinder the Rebellion at Longbourn?

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Mr. Darcy’s Ruined Bride (Power of Darcy’s Love Book 2) by Violet King

Compromised. Married. Triumphant?

After Mr. Darcy rescues Elizabeth, to spare her reputation, they marry in haste and Elizabeth returns to Longbourn. But rumors of her ruination and memories of her trauma make Elizabeth unsure of herself and her future. Worse, her new husband and cousin are away, hunting down the man who hurt her. When they return, can Elizabeth find the courage to testify against her abductor? And will love – and a ball – be enough to save their marriage from enemies within and without?

Find out in Mr. Darcy’s Ruined Bride, Book 2 of the Power of Darcy’s Love series. Mr. Darcy’s Ruined Bride is a sweet, suspenseful romance of 30,000 words with a guaranteed happy ending.

If you love Pride and Prejudice Variations, grab Mr. Darcy’s Ruined Bride today!

Compromised by Mr. Darcy by Valerie Lennox

Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy only knows that his sister grows pale when he asks her what happened. He knows that she seems incapable of putting her ordeal into words.

He’s in Hertfordshire for one reason: to find out what befell her. He doesn’t have time to dance at this horrid ball in Meryton, so he claims that none of the women are handsome enough to tempt him.

As if fate means to scold him, he immediately sets eyes on Miss Elizabeth Bennet. From then on, he is a man destroyed.

Miss Elizabeth Bennet hates Mr. Darcy, and not only because she overheard him saying that she wasn’t handsome, but because he is arrogant and disparaging and altogether wretched. But when Mr. Darcy comes upon her at the Netherfield Ball as she is having an unfortunate mishap with her clothing, they are discovered together, her dress in disarray.

The scandal demands a solution, and Mr. Darcy provides it. He asks her to marry him. But when he claims to be swept away by her beauty, she knows he is lying. Indeed, it seems he is lying about a great many things and hiding even more.

Trapped in this marriage for the sake of her family’s reputation, she abhors Mr. Darcy’s secrets, even as his kisses awake tumultuous reactions deep within her. She is falling for this man, but how can she ever love him when he will not trust her?

By the by, this book isn’t the least bit clean. Be advised.

Reaching for the Moon by Anna Lockhart

She is no longer the awkward girl he once knew…

Elizabeth Bennet has been a companion to the sickly young Anne de Bourgh since she was fourteen-years-old. In that time, Anne’s intended, Fitzwilliam Darcy, has come to see the awkward and intelligent young Elizabeth as part of the family.

Yet, when Elizabeth returns from a two year sabbatical in Calais with Anne, Elizabeth now a lovely young woman, Darcy finds himself torn. Does he do what is expected of him by his family and custom, or does he follow his heart?

Reaching for the Moon is a Pride and Prejudice variation with romance, mistaken identities, and the power of a destined love!

Desiring Darcy: Boxed Set by JL Pearl

You think you know the story of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy.
But there is so, so much more.

For the first time ever, enjoy these four stand-alone Pride & Prejudice steamy variation romance stories by JL Pearl as one boxed set. Join Our Dear Couple as they discover one another like never before, again and again. Each story is bound to leave you craving more of their mysterious, heady connection.

This boxed set includes:
“Alone with Mr. Darcy”
“To Dance with Mr. Darcy”
“Touched by Mr. Darcy”
“Elizabeth & Darcy: Unquenchable”

These JAFF stories feature characters from Jane Austen’s beloved novel, Pride & Prejudice, set in new and very steamy romantic scenes. They should be enjoyed as such by readers of a certain age.

Beneath Mr. Darcy: A Steamy Pride and Prejudice Variation (I am His Book 1) by Alice Quinn

I looked to the ground, my eyes unfocused. The sound of my own breath filled my ears, muddling my thoughts. He took my chin in his hand and lifted it, gently but surely, and I blinked, gazing into his eyes.

They all but bore into my soul.

“Say it, Elizabeth. Say he is the man you want, and I will step aside. I swear.”

My tongue grew thick in my mouth. My voice threatened to betray me. I knew what duty demanded but I could not obey. I could not lie.

I could never lie to him.

“He is not,” I finally whispered. In answer, his hands reached for my back, pulling my body close against his own.

Elizabeth Bennet is to be wed. But mere weeks from the happy day, her world is thrown into chaos when she meets the darkly mysterious Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy. Now she is torn between duty and desire, and with every passing day she finds she uncovers more of a hidden past–and more of her own heart.

This is the first book in a series of very steamy Pride & Prejudice variations, featuring Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy in new romantic and sensual situations.

Pemberley’s Renaissance: A Pride and Prejudice continuation, translated from French by Lise Antunes Simoes

Having seriously believed that she was destined to become a spinster, Elizabeth Bennet finds herself married to one of the most eligible bachelors in Derbyshire. She now faces the daunting task of assuming her place within the vast and prestigious family estate of Pemberley. A few ill-disposed individuals would delight to see her fail so there is little room for error as she learns to lead her new household.
Darcy is at her side, of course, but he cannot shelter her entirely as gossiping tongues follow her every move. She must navigate the isolation she feels as a stranger in this new setting and learn how to honour her new responsibilities while the lingering presence of her late mother in law, Lady Anne, to whom she is always compared, hangs over her.
Thankfully, Elizabeth is resourceful. One day, she will triumph over even her harshest critics and prove herself worthy as mistress of Pemberley.

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Mr. Darcy’s Hunt for Elizabeth (Mr. Darcy in Love Book 4) by Clara Winfield

Mr. Darcy will fight for the woman he loves… whatever the cost

Elizabeth Bennet is in danger. Darcy rushes to the rescue.

The stakes have never been higher.

Can Darcy beat the odds and bring his bride home, before their ship sails for good?


Mr. Darcy In Love is an epic sweet and clean Regency love story in four exciting parts. It traces an untravelled path in the world of Pride and Prejudice. There will be drama and surprises along the way, but rest assured that the thrilling storyline will be resolved fully in this final book.

Murder at Northanger Abbey: Sequel to Jane Austen’s Spoof on the Gothic Novel by Shannon Winslow

Newly married to her beloved Henry, Catherine’s eyes are now open to the grownup pleasures of
wedded life. Yet she still hasn’t quite given up her girlhood fascination with all things Gothic.
When she first visited Northanger Abbey, she only imagined dreadful events had occurred there.
This time the horror is all too real. There’s been a murder, and Henry has fallen under suspicion.
Catherine is determined to clear her husband’s name, but at the same time, she’s afraid for her
own safety, since there’s a very good chance the real murderer is still in the house.

This delightful sequel reprises the mischievous spirit of Austen’s original spoof on the Gothic
novel, while giving Catherine a genuine murder mystery to unravel.

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