Marine biologist Cassie Boulton likes her coffee with cream and her literature with happy endings. Her favorite book is Pride and Prejudice, but Cassie has no patience when a modern-day Mr. Darcy appears in her lab.
Silent and aloof, Calder Westing III doesn't seem to offer anything but a famous family name. But there is more to Calder than meets the eye, and he can't get enough of Cassie Boulton. Especially after one passionate night by the sea. But Cassie keeps her distance. Frustrated by Cassie's evasions, Calder tells her about his feelings the only way she'll let him-by rewriting her favorite book, with the two of them in the roles of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet. It's up to Cassie to supply the ending...
Praise for The Man Who Loved Pride & Prejudice:
"This is the liveliest romp through an established tale you'll find on the romance shelves!" -Best Romance Stories
"Smart characters, lovely setting, excellent dialogue and rocking fine writing make this juicy romance a winner." -Bookfoolery and Babble
"One of the best examples of the modern P & P story." -Queen of Happy Endings
is the latest in a long line of feminist firebrands determined to break the mold at
Wolcott University. When her biological clock tells her it’s time to bust a move,
Avery does what she does best—she takes care of business all by herself.
Or, so she thinks….
Dominic Mann is happy with his life just as it is...
The widowed baseball coach is content and sees no point in changing his lineup
this late in the game. Still, a man would have to be dead not to notice a live wire
like Avery Preston. But a one night stand was all either of them wanted.
There’s only one complication...
The clinic where Avery was inseminated has been hacked. Now, she not only
knows who the father is, but she knows the father. In the biblical sense. Avery
shows up on Dom’s doorstep with a bun in the oven, a bellyful of ethical
righteousness, and the absolute conviction that she doesn’t need him. Soon,
the two of them are caught in a rundown between their hearts and their heads.