“It was a mistake," you said. But the cruel thing was, it felt like the mistake was mine, for trusting you.”
― David Levithan.
“It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.”
― William Blake.
This new edition collection includes four P&P variation books, describing the most unexpected and thrilling events where ODC struggle to realize their feelings and true love.
Betrayed by Her Own Sister
Elizabeth always was a good sister to Mary. She practically raised her to be a fine young woman. But what happens when a mysterious handsome young man arrives to Longbourn? Both sisters fall for him, and tension threats the affection between the sisters.
Elizabeth is in conflict, since she doesn’t want to hurt her sister, nor can she ignore her feeling to this young man.
Darcy finally discovers his true feelings. He isn’t going to stand still while his beloved girl is falling in love with a new man.
This is a steamy Pride and Prejudice intimate novella, best read by those who are 18+.
What if Elizabeth Bennet and MR Darcy lived today, facing the same obstacles in their way to realize their true love?
In a society where being married off to a wealthy man who can take care of a pretty lady is all that matters when it comes to marriage, Elizabeth Bennet tries to stand out with pure motives of marrying for love alone and nothing else. In her struggle, she is confronted with men that are noble enough to marry her instead she turns them down while she busies herself with making sure her friend and sister end up with the right guys. Find out if this altruistic lady gets the man of her dreams?
Uncompromised Heart is a contemporary clean variation of the canon, suitable for all ages.
The Easter Gloves
“Love always involves responsibility, and love always involves sacrifice.”
Lent brings an unexpected surprise, and an Easter ball follows soon after.
Mr. Bingley has left Netherfield. Elizabeth has refused Mr. Darcy and an invitation has arrived that has set Mrs. Bennet all of a flutter! An Easter ball at Pemberley delights everyone….except Elizabeth.
When Elizabeth returns to Longbourn, armed with the knowledge that Mr. Darcy has deliberately encouraged Mr. Bingley away from Jane, she is determined to do something about it. She cannot bear to see her sister so sad, especially when Mr. Darcy is the one to blame for Jane’s unhappiness.
When Mr Darcy appears to have changed his ways, Elizabeth finds herself struggling between her head and her heart
What will Elizabeth decide? And will Darcy find a time, in between all the Easter traditions of Pentecost Sunday, Trinity Sunday, Whit Monday, and Corpus Christi, to tell Elizabeth what he truly wants?
The Easter Gloves is much more than a sweet, clean regency romance, describing our dear couple as they reunite in unexpected circumstances. This book includes a thorough narration of the traditions and customs involved in celebrating the various holidays during the Regency era. Anyone who is interested in this glorious time of history will find this book most enlightening.
The forth book in this P&P collection is yet another exciting description of ODC in their love journey, this time involving another famous JA character in a breathtaking love triangle.