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About Jeanna Ellsworth
Jeanna Ellsworth is so proud of her three daughters, who have supported her through her writing, and have always been her inspiration. She also proudly states she is the eighth of thirteen children, and firmly believes her parents taught her the skills she needed to succeed.
When she isn’t blogging, gardening, cooking, or raising chickens—or more realistically, writing—she is thoroughly ignoring her house for a few hours at a time in order to read yet another romance novel, and does not feel guilty in doing so. She absolutely loves her chance to influence lives as a Registered Nurse in an Organ Transplant Center. She finds great joy in her many roles she juggles, but writing especially has been her therapy.
Jeanna fell in love again with Jane Austen when she was introduced to the incredible world of Jane Austen inspired fiction. She can never adequately thank the fellow authors who mentored her and encouraged her to write her first novel.
She loves hearing from her readers and cherishes the chance to interact with them. For more information on her books and writing, please visit her website, www.HeyLadyPublications.com
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Titles By Jeanna Ellsworth
As her illness progresses, Darcy is there at her side, crossing boundaries he has never crossed, declaring things he has never declared. A unique experience bridges them over their earlier misunderstandings, and they start to work out their differences. That is, until Elizabeth begins to recover.
Suddenly, Elizabeth is left alone to wonder what exactly occurred between the two of them in her dreamlike state. And for the first time since meeting the man from Pemberley, she finds herself hoping for Mr. Darcy to return and rekindle what once was.
Hope for Mr. Darcy is the first volume of the Hope Series Trilogy, a Regency variation series based on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. This trilogy promises hope will always light our way through the darkness of unrequited love, but eventually bringing tremendously gratifying outcomes for our three favorite characters: Mr. Darcy, Colonel Fitzwilliam, and Georgiana Darcy.
This humorous journey of love leaves one asking, can persistence pacify prejudice? Can Elizabeth see the real gentleman behind the injury, a man who persists in professing his love to her every chance he gets? In this Regency variation of Jane Austen’s beloved Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet both learn the value of persistence.
Charlotte Collins, ill prepared to understand the workings of a heart that has been touched, is determined to find a way to provide a new life for her and her unborn child. But as she quietly observes the daily, tender expressions of love between Mr. and Mrs. Darcy, she is forced to reexamine her own beliefs about love and marriage.
With battles looming inside them both, Colonel Fitzwilliam prepares to fight the greatest battle he has ever faced. As the conflict unfolds, even a decorated colonel finds himself helpless against the foe. He can only hope for something greater than himself to intervene—for more than one person has hope for Fitzwilliam to return home safely and secure Charlotte’s fragile, independent heart.
*Please note - this book contains a brief flashback of physical abuse of a spouse and may not be appropriate for all ages
Early in the summer of 1811, Elizabeth Bennet travels to Derbyshire to help her aunt and uncle settle in as new owners of Saphrinbrooke. Elizabeth is soon introduced to the estate’s nearest neighbors: Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy and his sister, Georgiana, who is suffering the results of a fateful trip to Ramsgate. Having endured several life tragedies herself, Elizabeth reaches out to the young lady of Pemberley. Under her radiant influence, both Darcy and Georgiana begin to look for help outside of themselves.
To Refine Like Silver is a romantic and spiritual journey where more than one of our favorite Regency characters must learn to fully rely on God. Their trials bring depth to the beloved story, and Mr. Darcy ultimately learns that our trials do not define us; rather they refine us.
But Henry Darcy will not be the only eligible bachelor watching this young lady blossom into the catch of the season. Benjamin Pastel wasn’t raised as a titled, wealthy gentleman. He has nothing but his integrity and work ethic to recommend him. But he carries a secret hope for Georgiana to see him as more than a friend. Will his efforts be enough, or will he remain unnoticed in Henry Darcy’s charismatic shadow?
In this conclusion of the Regency “Hope Series Trilogy”, Georgiana learns that hope is more than merely a flimsy feeling. Just like it did for her brother, Mr. Darcy, and her cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, hope provides vision and strength for Georgiana at a critical time in her life. And it teaches her to never relinquish her future to anything other than her own dreams¬¬—especially when it comes to love.
Darcy has no doubt that the sassy and intelligent Elizabeth deserves much more than a lieutenant’s salary can provide. For the first time in five years, Darcy sets out to find his lost heritage so that he can offer marriage for Elizabeth.
Elizabeth has no idea that she has fallen in love with the richest man in Derbyshire and the heir to Pemberley. However, Lieutenant Wickham, Darcy’s childhood friend, is acutely aware of who Darcy is. As always, Jane Austen’s favorite villain from Pride and Prejudice has his own plans to stake a claim to Pemberley. Darcy must puzzle out his heritage and claim his birthright as Pemberley's heir before Wickham stakes a claim on the estate.
A lady always hopes that the man she falls in love with will sweep her off her feet in a dramatic and graceful way. Well, for Grace Iverson, at least it was dramatic. Her childhood best friend, Gavin Kingston—now His Grace, the Duke of Huntsman—is still just as clumsy as ever.
Despite their painful separation as children, a chance encounter has offered them a second opportunity for happiness. But after ten years apart, they both carry hidden scars. Trust takes time. And soon, forces from the past threaten to destroy the love they both have hoped for all of their lives.
Can Grace’s best friend break down her emotional fortress and prove his love before she disappears from his life a second time?
This lovely Regency romance started well before either of them knew what they wished for in a partner; but it will surely be one that stands the test of time.
Inspired by Grace will reveal God's nature of love and compassion. It will allow you to experience the goodness of God as he works his perfect will in the lives of those who trust him.
It will show to the reader that God's love and care does not stop at the cross, but he desires to expand his grace in every aspect of our lives. There is no area too big or too small that he will not work. God not only wants to show his love to the world, but he desires to show his unlimited grace to individuals.
Without fail, you will see in every circumstance the victorious hand of God over and over. You will hunger for his love and be inspired by his grace.