I Dream of Darcy, Book 1
A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation
Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice refuses to sit idly while her sister pines for a lost love. Certain that Bingley will renew his addresses if only he and Jane are reunited, Lizzy travels from Hertfordshire to London to track him down.
A chance encounter brings her face to face with her nemesis, the disagreeable Mr. Darcy. Lizzy is certain he is responsible for parting Jane and Bingley in the first place. Though furious with him for the pain he has caused Jane, she is touched by the brotherly affection he shows towards his own sister, Georgiana.
Lizzy and Georgiana soon strike up a friendship that gains Lizzy and Jane invitations to the best ton events. As Lizzy and Darcy are thrown more and more together, the attraction between them sizzles. Can they redeem the mistakes of the past and open themselves up to true love?
This Pride and Prejudice variation is a sweet Regency romance. It is the first of three books in a serial that must be read in order. This series includes kissing but no on-page intimacy.
Darcy Comes to Rosings
Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is enjoying a visit with her newly married best friend in the idyllic countryside of Kent. Her pleasant holiday is interrupted when the arrogant Mr. Darcy appears at nearby Rosings Park. During their frequent meetings, her spirited retorts do nothing to deter his attentions to her. In fact, they only seem to encourage him.
Realizing Darcy is in love with her, Elizabeth is torn by an awful dilemma. With her father’s estate entailed on a male heir, she and her sisters face the prospect of poverty if they do not marry well. Darcy’s wealth could save them. But how can she marry a man she does not esteem simply for the material comfort he can offer?
Fitzwilliam Darcy is determined to forget the lovely Elizabeth, who stole his heart during his autumn sojourn in Hertfordshire. So naturally, when he learns she is spending the spring within walking distance of his aunt’s estate at Rosings, he goes for an extended stay. He finds Elizabeth even more enchanting than he remembered.
When Darcy discovers Elizabeth’s rightful resentments against him, he seeks to make things right and court her properly. Can he convince her of his worth? Or have his past sins—and the machinations of an old enemy—sunk him in her opinion forever?
This sweet Regency romance is a full-length, standalone novel. It includes kissing and a fade-to-black wedding night scene.
The Darcys’ First Christmas:
Elizabeth Darcy from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is thrilled to see her sister Jane again as the two prepare to spend their first Christmas with their new husbands in London. But when distressing news arrives from their family at Longbourn, it overthrows their plans. Fearing the worst, Elizabeth is forced to relive the shame of her sister Lydia’s elopement. She worries that this new proof of her family’s folly, and the reminder that Wickham now holds a permanent place in their lives, will test Darcy’s attachment to her. Can their love endure this new challenge? Or will their first Christmas together be their last?
This is a clean and wholesome Regency novella with a happy ending.