Darcy S Christmas Wish A Pride And Prejudice Variation A Sweet Christmas Regency Romance For Jane Austen Fans

Author: Penelope Swan
Publisher: Wisheart Press
ISBN: 0994292473
Size: 74.16 MB
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Fitzwilliam Darcy never forgot the little girl, with the beautiful dark eyes, who saved his life fifteen years ago… though he never expected to meet her again. But when he comes to Rosings Park to spend the Advent season with his aunt, he discovers that at Christmastime, miracles - and wishes – can come true… DARCY'S CHRISTMAS WISH is a sweet, clean standalone Pride and Prejudice variation romance, inspired by Jane Austen's novel. * ALSO BY THE SAME AUTHOR: DARCY'S WAGER DARCY REVEALED The DARK DARCY series: - The Netherfield Affair (Book 1) - Intrigue at the Ball (Book 2) - The Poisoned Proposal (Book 3) - Secrets at Pemberley (Book 4) KEYWORDS: free, free book, free ebook, freebie, Pride and Prejudice variation, Jane Austen fan fiction, Mr Darcy Elizabeth Bennet fanfiction, 18th century 19th century Regency romance, Pemberley Mr Darcy, Pride and Prejudice sequel, Jane Austen variation Pride and Prejudice variation, Jane Austen inspired books, British stories set in England, Regency fiction, historical romance, Britain, historical romantic suspense, clean and wholesome romance, sweet romance, holiday romance, Christmas romance, holiday story

Christmas At Rosings

Author: A. a Lady
ISBN: 9781549986215
Size: 22.90 MB
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Even married, Lizzy wasn't Darcy's equal. Their love still faced societies challenges.Particularly, that of Lady Catherine's contempt.Spending Christmas with Darcy's family at Rosings Park should have been a joyful affair. But, the animosity of Lady Catherine de Bourgh's disapproval, and Darcy's staunch determination to respect and honour his aunt, meant Elizabeth faced a battle love might not survive.While she found acceptance in his arms, would she ever find acceptance in the heart of his aunt?One click now and enjoy this quick delight.~ This 15,000-word short story is an intimate variation on Jane Austen's British classic, Pride and Prejudice. It contains steamy scenes between the now married Mr and Mrs Darcy. ~

A Winter Wonder

Author: Elizabeth Ann West
Publisher: Pemberley Possibilities
Size: 54.94 MB
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Confronting her first trials at Pemberley, Elizabeth Darcy takes on the tenant Christmas party, sidestepping her mother’s meddling, and finding a way to support the needs of all of her family members. But finding time alone with her husband, Mr. Darcy, in a house full of people is a challenge, even at an estate as large as Pemberley! As old secrets bear fruit, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth stand united and find support in each other. With a babe on the way and surprise visitors, there may just be more than one winter wonder to behold. The fifth season in the Seasons of Serendipity, a historical family saga that imagines how the story of Pride and Prejudice might have changed had Mr. Bennet died of illness before Mr. Collins arrived.

Mr Darcy Goes Overboard

Author: Belinda Roberts
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1402246951
Size: 67.23 MB
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It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a yacht must be in want of a female crew... The balmy seaside resort town of Salcombe boasts the best in bikinis, sandcastle contests, and a fiercely competitive squad of buff local lifeguards as Regatta Week approaches. And if that weren't enough excitement, Mrs Bennet hears that the splendid villa Netherpollock has been rented by a young man of great fortune. She is determined he'll go out with one of her daughters, until Mr Darcy glides in on his stunning yacht Pemberley and she decides he would be the better catch... Jane Austen has never been so hilariously recreated as in this modern seaside retelling of Pride and Prejudice, complete with a Mr Darcy you won't soon forget! What readers say: "A wonderful read-inspiring, intelligent, and quite hilarious." "Hugely entertaining. It made me laugh out loud many times." "I am mad on Austen and loved this book! I am sure Jane would be very happy to know her creations are alive and kicking on the English seaside!"