P. O. Dixon

To Have His Cake (And Eat It Too)

P. O. Dixon
In Miss Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," Mr. Bennet had this to say about Mr. Darcy, "We all know him to be a proud, unpleasant sort of man..." Elizabeth Bennet, herself, spoke of his arrogance, h

What He Would Not Do: Mr. Darcy's Tale Continues

P. O. Dixon
This romantic tale begins where "To Have His Cake (and Eat It Too)", the amorous, provocative, and delightfully entertaining adaptation of Miss Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice", ended.Having overco

Bewitched, Body and Soul

P. O. Dixon
**Highlights**The heroine defies convention by arriving unescorted on the doorstep of a single gentleman ...The threat of scandal looms ...The aftermath ...OverviewElizabeth determines to right a wron

Still a Young Man

P. O. Dixon
**Highlights**Refusing to suffer anyone's pity, the heroine hides the unpleasant truth of her forced marriage from everyone.Having observed the mourning period for a deceased husband she did not love,

He Taught Me to Hope

P. O. Dixon
The legend of King Arthur meets the timelessness of Miss Jane Austen's endearing works in this delightfully entertaining "Pride and Prejudice" adaptation.What if Elizabeth is promised to another when

Matter of Trust

P. O. Dixon
**Engaging Pride and Prejudice 'what-if' story with a hint of intrigue and a touch of romance ... A young bride he recently married to prevent a scandal. A mysterious, wayward aunt he never really kne