After visiting her aunt and uncle in London, Elizabeth Bennet is traveling back home to Longbourn with her sister, Jane. A broken wheel has extended their journey but they do not wish to spend the night at an inn and choose to travel into the night instead—a decision that nearly costs them as they encounter highwaymen on the road!
A dark stranger comes to their rescue just in time. He is clearly a gentleman, but not one either of the sisters has seen before. He escorts Elizabeth and Jane to their home and disappears into the night. But who was he?
At home, the sisters discover that the nearby estate of Netherfield has recently been let by a wealthy gentleman. Could he have been their saviour? The description of this ‘Mr. Bingley’ does not sound entirely accurate to Elizabeth, but who else could the mystery man have been?
Rescued by Mr. Darcy is a full-length, sweet and clean regency romance novel that is suitable for all lovers of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
Anne-Marie Grace loves everything historical. She has been a fan of Pride and Prejudice ever since she was a teenager and has read the book more times than she can count. She loves to dream up alternative scenarios for our dear couple and has recently started putting these ideas to paper. Her only hope is that people would like to read them as much as she loves to come up with them!
Elizabeth Bennet is devastated to hear about her youngest sister’s elopement with Mr. Wickham and she cannot help but blame herself. When Mr. Darcy insists on taking the blame and rushes to London in search of her sister, Elizabeth’s heart slowly starts to warm for the man she had once considered the last man she could ever be prevailed upon to marry. Her only hope is that Mr. Darcy would truly be able to find Lydia, and that her family would have a happy ending after all—even if she may never hope for a happy ending of her own.
With more than one person harboring wicked intentions towards our dear couple, will the love of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy be able to conquer it all—or will they find themselves forcefully torn apart?
Wicked Intentions is a sweet, clean romance novella that is suitable for all lovers of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
After the disastrous proposal in Kent, Elizabeth wants nothing more than to forget all about Mr. Darcy. She never imagined to see the man again—and certainly not at a London bookshop! In town to visit her aunt and uncle, she is determined to escape the unexpected encounter with her dignity intact.
But there is no escape.
Mr. Darcy is shocked to be reunited with the one woman who captured his heart—and rejected his suit. At first, he is nervous to see her again, but he soon realises he has been given a second chance. A chance to make everything right. He wants to fix his previous mistakes and show Elizabeth that he is not the kind of man she believes him to be.
But when a family tragedy pulls Elizabeth back to Hertfordshire, will he ever get the chance to prove himself?
Chance Encounters is a full-length, sweet and clean regency romance novel that is suitable for all lovers of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
Only a few months after rejecting the infamous proposal of a certain wealthy gentleman from Derbyshire, Elizabeth finds herself at his estate. Touring Pemberley with her aunt and uncle Gardiner, her only consolation is that the master of the house has been assured absent.
But when Elizabeth detours away from the immense gardens of the estate and peeks at the stables, to her uttermost horror, she runs into Mr. Darcy! Feeling humiliated, she attempts to escape the situation, but is once more shocked when Mr. Darcy invites them all for a ride around the estate.
Elizabeth hopes her aunt and uncle will refuse, but when they accept his offer instead, she finds herself in a precarious position that is made only more so by the fact that she is actually starting to like Mr. Darcy!
When tragedy strikes and Elizabeth is forced to remain at Pemberley for an extended period of time, how will she ever survive this visit?
A Ride with Mr. Darcy is a sweet and clean regency romance novella that is suitable for all lovers of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.