Elizabeth and Darcy are preparing for their first Christmas at Pemberley when they are suddenly deluged by a flood of uninvited guests. Mrs. Bennet is seeking refuge from the French invasion she believes to be imminent. Lady Catherine brings two suitors for Georgiana’s hand, who cause a bit of mayhem themselves. Lydia’s presence causes bickering—and a couple of small fires—while Wickham has more nefarious plans in mind….The abundance of guests soon puts a strain on her marriage as Elizabeth tries to manage the chaos while ensuring a happy Christmas for all. Meanwhile, Georgiana is finding her suitors—and the prospect of coming out—to be very unappealing. Colonel Fitzwilliam seems to be the only person who understands her fondness for riding astride and shooting pistols. Georgiana realizes she’s beginning to have more than cousinly feelings for him, but does he return them? And what kind of secrets is he hiding? Romance and merriment abound as everyone gathers to celebrate a Very Darcy Christmas.
Lizzy and Darcy have been happily married for a year, and family and friends are gathering at Pemberley for the Twelve Days of Christmas, including the notorious brother and sister from Austen's Mansfield Park, Henry and Mary Crawford. Every day of the twelve brings new surprises, some shocking, some wonderful. Romantic liaisons and family drama make for a roller coaster of a holiday season in this Regency Jane Austen variation.
It is the Darcy's first Christmas with their son and family is descending upon them. Mrs. Bennet comes with Lydia and Kitty, hoping to find wealthy suitors for her last two daughters and Colonel Fitzwilliam is hiding out from his family pressuring him to marry. What does it mean for the family as Elizabeth learns there is more to her mother than the surface and Fitzwilliam and Georgiana steadily grow closer? This is a sweet and clean Christmas novella. This is a sequel but can be read as a standalone.
Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe from New York Times bestselling author, Melissa de la Cruz, is a sweet, sexy and hilarious gender-swapping, genre-satisfying re-telling, set in contemporary America and featuring one snooty Miss Darcy.Darcy Fitzwilliy.
Darcy Fitzwilliam is 29, beautiful, successful, and brilliant. She dates hedge funders and basketball stars and is never without her three cellphones—one for work, one for play, and one to throw at her assistant (just kidding). Darcy’s never fallen in love, never has time for anyone else’s drama, and never goes home for Christmas if she can help it. But when her mother falls ill, she comes home to Pemberley, Ohio, to spend the season with her family.
Her parents throw their annual Christmas bash, where she meets one Luke Bennet, the smart, sardonic slacker son of their neighbor. Luke is 32-years-old and has never left home. He’s a carpenter and makes beautiful furniture, and is content with his simple life. He comes from a family of five brothers, each one less ambitious than the other. When Darcy and Luke fall into bed after too many eggnogs, Darcy thinks it’s just another one night stand. But why can’t she stop thinking of Luke? What is it about him? And can she fall in love, or will her pride and his prejudice against big-city girls stand in their way?
Lizzy and Darcy are now married and enjoying the delights of wedded bliss in the bedroom. Jane has exciting news to impart – she is visiting Pemberley at Christmas with her new husband! Could it possibly be … Mr. Bingley?However, it is not all good nt all good news this festive season. The dreaded Lady Catherine descends upon Pemberley when she hears news that Darcy has married Lizzy. Will she manage to ruin Lizzy’s marriage?
Although this is the final steamy variation in this series, it can also be read as a standalone and is approximately 9,000 words long.
This is a Pride and Prejudice "Intimate." A little bit spicy, but not at all shocking for those of modern sensibilities. After all, he wouldn't be Mr. Darcy if he weren't irresistible! Mr. and Mrs. Darcy are settling in for their first Christmas a Christmas at the magnificent Pemberley House while Lizzy assumes her work as mistress of the grand estate. There is a lot to get accustomed to in becoming the wife of Fitzwilliam Darcy. Things at Pemberley have been run a certain way for many generations, and change comes slowly here.
Darcy’s sister Georgiana and Elizabeth’s Aunt and Uncle Gardiner are to be most welcome guests for the holiday, but will all be bliss come Christmastime?
For the former Elizabeth Bennet, life after marriage is an education in the true nature of Fitzwilliam Darcy. Occasionally arrogant, and always desirable, he continues to challenge her during the days and delight her throughout the nights.
"Pemberley Before Christmas" is the first in a trilogy.
"Pemberley At Christmas," the second book in the Holiday Bliss series by Lily Lord. Don't miss the first series about Lizzy and Darcy's first week of marriage, Marital Bliss!
Pride and Prejudice stories by Lily Lord
Marital Bliss series
Marital Bliss Box Set I (Books 1-4)
Marital Bliss Box Set II (Books 5-7)
Marital Bliss Complete Box Set (Books 1-7)
The Greatest Present He Would Ever Receive is the Gift of Her Love…What if Mr. Darcy purchased a gift for Elizabeth Bennet to acknowledge the festive days even though he knows he will never present it to her? What if the gift is posted to the lady by the lady by his servants and without his knowledge? What if the enclosed card was meant for another and is more suggestive than a gentleman should share with an unmarried lady? Join Darcy and Elizabeth, for a holiday romp, loaded with delightful twists and turns no one expects, but one in which our favorite couple take a very different path in thwarting George Wickham and Lydia Bennet’s elopement. Can a simple book of poetry be Darcy’s means to win Elizabeth’s love? When we care more for another than ourselves, the seeds of love have an opportunity to blossom.
How does a lady mend her brother's broken heart? Georgiana Darcy is less than pleased when her brother returns to town before he is expected. However, after greeting him and seeing that he is more morose than when he left, she becomes concerned. Convinced that she knows the reason behind Darcy's despondency, Georgiana sets out to remedy the problem and present her brother with the best Christmas gift ever -- an unbroken heart. Netherfield sits empty. Mr. Collins has been refused, and Elizabeth Bennet's mother is suffering from a serious case of nerves. There is only one thing to be done. Elizabeth and her sister must be sent to town in the hopes that one or both might secure a husband. Tossed into each other's paths, Darcy and Elizabeth renew their acquaintance and must decide how to proceed. Will Darcy continue to flee from the lady who has stolen his heart? Will Elizabeth be able to decipher Darcy's true character? Or will both be left lonely and broken-hearted this Christmas? Two Days before Christmas is just one of Leenie Brown's numerous Pride and Prejudice inspired stories. If you like well-written, sweet romance with surprising twists, open-minded heroines, and tender heroes then you'll love this story where gifts from the heart and love take center stage. So, put the kettle on, grab your copy of Two Days before Christmas, and get wrapped up in this sweet Christmas romance today.
Curl up with Darcy and Elizabeth this holiday season!Fitzwilliam Darcy never forgot the little girl, with the beautiful dark eyes, who saved his life fifteen years ago... though he never expected to meet her again. But when he comes to Rosings Park tosings Park to spend the Advent season with his aunt and encounters the enchanting, spirited Miss Elizabeth Bennet again, he discovers that at Christmastime, wishes can come true...
DARCY'S CHRISTMAS WISH is a sweet, clean standalone Pride and Prejudice variation - a holiday romance inspired by Jane Austen's classic novel!
* ALSO BY THE SAME AUTHOR:
The DARK DARCY series:
- The Netherfield Affair (Book 1)
- Intrigue at the Ball (Book 2)
- The Poisoned Proposal (Book 3)
- Secrets at Pemberley (Book 4)
For their first Christmas as man and wife, Darcy and Lizzy decide to invite her family to join them at Pemberley for the festive celebrations. Lizzy is delighted that she will spend Christmas with her four sisters and, of course their husbands – except one.
As Kitty recounts an old Derbyshire tale of chivalry and honour at dinner, there is a loud knock at the door. Who is the spectre at the feast? And how does Darcy react when he sees him?
And who arrives at midnight somewhat the worse for wear? And why is he unable to deliver his parable concerning the true meaning of Christmas?
Find out in this affectionate and funny continuation of Jane Austen’s classic novel.
“Men's courses will foreshadow certain ends, to which, if persevered in, they must lead, but if the courses be departed from, the ends will change…” ~ Charles DickensFitzwilliam Darcy is in London, and resigns himself to the social whirl of Christmasof Christmas with Charles and Caroline Bingley and without mention of any young ladies with the surname “Bennet”. Alas, his subconscious has other plans and he finds himself, one evening, plagued by dreams. Awaking upset at the potential futures played out in his imagination, he determines he must undo his mistakes before it is too late.
Elizabeth Bennet is surprised to see both Mr Bingley and Mr Darcy appear back in Hertfordshire so soon after they left for London, but cannot deny her pleasure at seeing them again, firstly for Jane’s sake, but more reluctantly for her own. For Mr Darcy is not the only person whose nightly dreams have revealed a future they might enjoy, if only they are brave enough to act in the present…
Mr Darcy’s Christmas Carol is a regency Pride and Prejudice variation novella – just in time for Christmas!
When Georgiana Darcy runs away from home to search for George Wickham, her brother sets off in hot pursuit. Finding her in the company of Elizabeth Bennet confounds Darcy completely; surely Elizabeth could not be in league with Wickham? Trapped at Lo at Longbourn when Georgiana falls ill, Elizabeth and Darcy must resolve their differences and get to the truth. But forcing them to set aside their pride and prejudices might just take a miracle...
A Christmas Miracle At Longbourn is the first in the Darcy & Lizzy Miracles series by highly acclaimed Austen Author Catherine Bilson.
She's planning an escape. He's planning his future. But their destiny rests in the hands of schemers.What is a lady to do when your mother shares with one and all that you have lost your last chance for marriage and when the one man you wish to marr one man you wish to marry sees you only as a friend? If you are Mary Bennet, you plan to escape to London and begin a new life while attempting to forget the man you left behind.
What is a gentleman to do when your father retires to Bath, leaving you his estate as well as his debts along with new bills and the care of a devil-may-care brother? If you are a cautious and calculating businessman like Nicholas Hammond, you double down your efforts to make your estate solvent and tuck away your hopes of marrying until the finances are well and truly able to withstand the added expenses of a wife and family.
And what is the sister or brother of such a gentleman or lady to do if you wish to see your sibling happy? If you are Jane or Elizabeth Bennet, you attempt to arrange chance meetings, but if you are Alfred Hammond, you look to your conniving friend, Whit, for help and stage a scheme that will either destroy all hopes of happiness or result in A Very Mary Christmas.