Monthly Archives: August 2014

Eliza’s Daughter

By Joan Aiken 1/5 Eliza, daughter of young Eliza and Willoughby, makes her way in the world without, it seems, help from anyone. She rambles through life, meeting various people, facing prejudice because of her illegitimate status and her deformed … Continue reading

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These Three Remain

By Pamela Aiden 5/5 Third and final book in the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman series. Darcy goes to Rosings, where he once more comes into the sphere of the beautiful and enigmatic Elizabeth Bennet. Convinced that she knows of his attentions … Continue reading

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Duty and Desire

By Pamela Aiden 3/5 Book two in the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman series. Promising to rid himself of thoughts of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy decides it’s time to take a wife, and goes in search of one. His search leads him … Continue reading

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An Assembly Such as This

By Pamela Aiden 5/5 Book 1 of the Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman series. Mr. Darcy, a rich, powerful man with a large estate and a beloved younger sister to take care of, accompanies his friend Mr. Bingley to Bingley’s newly rented … Continue reading

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Pride and Prejudice in Five Minutes

“Marry well”, is Bennet tenet: Bingley singly must remainSince classy Darcy (Lizzy-dizzy) thinks he’s far too good for Jane.Rummy mummy, jaunty aunty, these would drag both gallants down —Plus the younger siblings’ dribblings over officers in town.See the specious Wickham … Continue reading

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The Perfect Bride for Mr. Darcy

By Mary Lydon Simonsen 1/5 What if, during the whole of P&P, Anne de Bourgh and Georgiana Darcy were scheming to get Darcy and Elizabeth together? How would the story change? Will everything work out differently? No. The answer to … Continue reading

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The Three Colonels

By Jack Caldwell 4/5 This story follows Jane Austen’s three colonels – Col Fitzwilliam, Col Brandon, and a new character Col Buford, as they romance the women in their lives, and fight for her Majesty’s army against Napoleon. Although it … Continue reading

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