What could go wrong at a Netherfield house party?
Elizabeth is trapped for days with a conniving Caroline, a match-making Mrs. Bennet, and now—surprisingly—Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy.
She has not seen Mr. Darcy since his disastrous proposal to her in Hunsford nearly eight years ago. Since that time, Elizabeth lost her father and husband—but gained a certain measure of independence.
She is happy, she reminds herself—especially when Mr. Darcy and his sky-blue eyes seem to seek her out constantly and make her question everything.
Unfortunately, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy is as proud, arrogant—and annoyingly handsome—as ever.
And he seems to have very firm opinions about Lizzy's life and how she should conduct it.
After her first marriage, Elizabeth is determined to never again allow a man to control her. But when a devious thief targets the house party, Elizabeth finds herself working with Mr. Darcy to discover the culprit.
Will they be able to bring the criminal to justice?
And will a changed Mr. Darcy be able to steal Elizabeth’s heart?
Are you ready for a sweet and clean Pride and Prejudice variation that features love, humor, and Mr. Darcy in a soaking-wet shirt? (Because who doesn't like to be reminded of Colin Firth?) This 67,000-word novel also includes a Darcy who knows what he wants, an Elizabeth who needs to find herself again, a runaway horse, a truly conniving Caroline, a guaranteed happily ever after, and—of course—diamonds!
By day, Caitlin Marie Carrington juggles motherhood, her editing job, one surly cat and all the adorable drama that life with small children (and one giant husband) entails.
But what if Elizabeth has been keeping secrets, too?
Riches to rags. … Chaos continues. … Murders abound. … Honestly?
Doreen Montgomery’s new life in Kelowna was supposed to be a fresh start after a nasty split from her husband of fourteen years, plus a chance to get her bearings and her life back on track. Instead her first week in her new hometown was spent digging up dead bodies, chasing clues, and getting in Corporal Mack Moreau’s way.
But now that the old cold case has been solved, and the murderer brought to justice, Doreen believes things might go her way this week. When Mack hires her to whip his mother’s garden into shape, it seems like a second chance, both for Doreen’s new beginning in Kelowna and for her budding relationship with Mack.
But, instead of digging up Mrs. Moreau’s struggling begonias and planting them in a better location, Doreen discovers another set of bones … and another mystery to solve. As the clues pile up, Mack makes it abundantly clear that he doesn’t want or need her help, but Doreen can’t resist the lure of another whodunit. As she and Mack butt heads and chase red herrings, Doreen’s grandmother, Nan, sets odds and places bets on who solves the crime first.
All while a murderer is watching …
Being trapped with Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy!
After Mr. Bingley's ball at Netherfield, Mrs. Bennet makes sure that she and her family are the last guests to leave. But when an early winter storm descends, the Bennets are trapped at Netherfield for the foreseeable future.
Elizabeth is in despair. Not only will she be forced into close proximity with Caroline Bingley, the odious Mr. Collins, and her ridiculous mother and younger sisters…
Now she'll has to contend with the proud Mr. Darcy, as well.
But the weather is not the only unnatural occurrence, of late. Mr. Darcy is showing an interest in Elizabeth. Agreeing to be her partner. Revealing secrets about his history, only to her.
If she didn't know better, she might think the taciturn man with the burning blue eyes and slow, secretive smile was beginning to like her.
And even worse: she might be starting to like him back.
Is Mr. Darcy really cold as ice - or will being snowbound with Elizabeth cause him to melt?
Dear reader, is it cold outside? This wintry tale is guaranteed to warm you up! Please note that my earlier works are intimate, sensual Pride and Prejudice variations. Snowbound with Darcy is NOT! It's as sweet as a cup of hot chocolate, and while the emotions between our dear couple are hotter than a roaring fire, they do not anticipate their vows and there are no sensual scenes. (At all!) What am I doing? Having fun…spending a weekend snowbound with my very sweet Darcy and Elizabeth!