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Publisher Description

Lizzy travels to London to reunite Jane and Bingley, but Darcy stands in her way. Sparks fly in this sweet Regency romance!

Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice refuses to sit idly while her sister pines for a lost love. Certain that Bingley will renew his addresses if only he and Jane are reunited, Lizzy travels from Hertfordshire to London to track him down. 

A chance encounter brings her face to face with her nemesis, the disagreeable Mr. Darcy. Lizzy is certain he is responsible for parting Jane and Bingley in the first place. Though furious with him for the pain he has caused Jane, she is touched by the brotherly affection he shows towards his own sister, Georgiana.

Lizzy and Georgiana soon strike up a friendship that gains Lizzy and Jane invitations to the best ton events. As Lizzy and Darcy are thrown more and more together, the attraction between them sizzles. Can they redeem the mistakes of the past and open themselves up to true love?

This Pride and Prejudice variation is a sweet Regency romance. It's the first book of a novel in three parts that must be read in order. This serial includes flirty banter, wicked rakes, and breathless kisses, but no on-page intimacy.

August 30
Artesian Well Publishing
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

P & P variation Lover ,

simple but entertaining story

Great story. Simple but engaging turn of events.
The story started after Jane went to London after the Netherfield party departed after the ball. EB followed with a mission to try and cheer up Jane, & possibly reunite JB & CB. In a stalking trip, she encountered FD & GD. To me this is when the story took off. I thought it was great the author made FD realized he was acting like a "behind" and at the end he unconsciously divulge his heart's content. This is the first part to the trilogy. I am eager for what happens next.

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