Proof Of Love - A Pemberley Tale is a Pride and Prejudice variation. Not a simple retelling, it is an intriguing new story that does not follow canon.During his second year at Cambridge, a young Fitzwilliam Darcy accompanies a classmate to Lucas Lodgo Lucas Lodge in Meryton for the holidays. Whilst there, he encounters a girl of sixteen who instantly captures his attention and soon after, his heart. Yet, because Elizabeth Bennet could never meet his relations’ expectations and he cannot abide her distasteful family, he returns to the university vowing to forget her.
Two years later, they are thrown into each other’s company and forced to spend several days together unchaperoned. Once they are discovered, Darcy suppresses his reservations about marriage to Elizabeth and does his duty in order to save her from ruin.
Will a young, headstrong and prejudiced Elizabeth realize how mistaken she has been about her husband’s character? Likewise, will a prideful, intractable but highly principled Fitzwilliam Darcy acknowledge his faults before their marriage is destroyed?
Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet meet in Ramsgate months before he appears at Netherfield with Charles Bingley and company. Edward Gardiner reveals the identity of Mr. Darcy and his sister and their trouble in Ramsgate is made known. Upon meeting again at the assembly in Meryton, heated words are exchanged at her knowledge of the Ramsgate debacle and Elizabeth comes to despise Mr. Darcy for his behavior. When he sees Elizabeth in Meryton upon Lieutenant Wickham’s arm, Mr. Darcy begins his campaign against her sister Jane’s relationship with Mr. Bingley. Not trusting the Bennet sisters nor their family, he seeks to remove the Bingley siblings and Mr. Hurst from Hertfordshire to London to protect his loved ones from further scandal.
Elizabeth Bennet has inherited a fortune large enough to ensure that she will live comfortably for the rest of her days.But all is far from rosy. Elizabeth must now navigate the treachery and duplicity of London society; of young ladies who are envioho are envious and young gentlemen who covet her new-found wealth.
One man stands out amongst all the others. At first, Elizabeth despises Fitzwilliam Darcy for his cruel words, but it soon becomes clear that she has misjudged him.
Nothing is easy for Darcy and Lizzy, as rumours abound and it becomes clear that some people will go to great lengths to keep them apart.
Can their love prevail?
Elizabeth Bennet's Secret Protector is a sweet, clean Regency variation.
REVISED PROFESSIONALLY EDITED VERSION!Dark curls and an unforgettably sweet laugh . . .In Book I of the series, Her Unforgettable Laugh, a trip to Hertfordshire brought Fitzwilliam Darcy face-to-face with the woman who had haunted his dreams for fivented his dreams for five years. Their chance meeting led to a courtship, in spite of those who wished to separate them. Now Elizabeth Bennet is traveling to London where she will be introduced to Darcy’s family and the ton. How will Elizabeth be received? Will their love flourish and grow or will new trials overwhelm them?
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Darcy and Elizabeth - A Promise Kept is a Pride and Prejudice variation. Not a simple retelling, it is an intriguing new story that does not follow canon. It is rated for mature audiences. Five years after his disastrous proposal at Kent, Fitzwilliam Fitzwilliam Darcy receives a letter from Charles Bingley regarding a promise made when their friendship ended. Should Darcy keep the promise, it will throw him into the company of the one woman he has struggled for years to forget—Elizabeth Bennet.
Having just entered a secret agreement with Lady Markham, will Darcy put his future in jeopardy by stepping in to help Bingley? Has time and distance helped him overcome his regard for Elizabeth, or will he fall as madly in love with her as before?
Is true love to be found in a promise kept?
The loving glances Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy exchange while at Pemberley, gives him the courage to ask her to marry him again. With his expectations of receiving a positive reply high, Mr Darcy sets off for the inn at Lambton, where Elize Elizabeth is staying with her Aunt and Uncle Gardiner. Unfortunately, he arrives to find Elizabeth alone and in tears, having just learned of Lydia's elopement with George Wickham.
Powerless to make Elizabeth an offer while disgrace hangs over the Bennet family name, Mr Darcy sets out to find the missing couple and make them marry.
With the help of his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, and a handful of his most trusted soldiers, Darcy and the Colonel manage to trace Wickham; but where is Lydia?
As tempers rise and arguments ensue, events begin to overtake them resulting in one of the men being mortally wounded.
In this exciting, yet surprisingly touching story, lives are changed, and families are torn apart only to be pieced back together again. Now read on to discover where fate takes our hero's and heroines.
A Pride and Prejudice VariationMr. Darcy arrives at Longbourn, intending to correct the mistakes he made during his disastrous proposal in Hunsford. To his horror, he learns that Elizabeth Bennet was killed in a ship’s explosion off the coast of Fracoast of France—in an apparent act of sabotage. Deep in despair, he travels in disguise to wartime France to seek out the spy responsible for her death.
But a surprise awaits Darcy in the French town of Saint-Malo: Elizabeth is alive!
Recovering from a blow to the head, Elizabeth has no memory of her previous life, and a series of mistakes lead her to believe that Darcy is her husband. However, they have even bigger problems. As they travel through a hostile country, the saboteur mobilizes Napoleon’s network of spies to capture them and prevent them from returning home. Elizabeth slowly regains her memories, but they often leave her more confused.
Darcy will do anything to help Elizabeth reach England safely, but what will she think of him when she learns the truth of their relationship?
Elizabeth Bennet is not tolerable enough to tempt Mr. Darcy to dance. But he tempts her – as a subject for her very active pen. When her novel needs a villainous character, she finds it easy to write one. The example has been in front of her since she met Mr. Bingley’s disagreeable friend. To her great delight, her book is published, but what will happen when Mr. Darcy discovers himself in its pages?
Opinions upon Novel Writing.
“Novels are the ruination of young ladies’ minds.”
“I do not know more than half a dozen ladies who are accomplished enough to write a novel.”
“If I had ever written a book, it would have been a very superior work. There are few people in England, I suppose, who have better command of the language or better taste. I would be a great proficient at the art of writing.”
Lady Catherine de Bourgh.
Revisits the Beloved Characters of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in Marsha Altman's fourth novelWHIRLWIND OF PEMBERLEYThe comings and goings on their grand estate present endless challenges for Elizabeth and Darcy. Can they avoid scandal given thDarcy. Can they avoid scandal given the recent arrival of Mr. Darcy’s illegitimate brother Grégoire, Mr. Bennet’s advancing years, the younger George Wickham’s coming of age, and Dr. Maddox’s departure from his position with the Prince Regent even as his many secrets threaten to be discovered?
COURTSHIP OF MARY BENNET
After her disastrous trip to the continent resulted in a passionate romance and an unintended child, Mary Bennet finds herself back in England, living with the shameful title of unwed mother. Having given up on ever finding love, Mary is shocked to find herself pursued by a proper gentleman. But are his intentions true, or is Mary being led astray by her heart once again?
TORMENT OF GRÉGOIRE DARCY
Leaving his sheltered, peaceful life at a Benedictine cloister, Grégoire enters a world he never imagined. Thrust into Regency England’s secular society, Grégoire is overwhelmed. How can an inexperienced, single man stay true to himself while finding his place in a culture obsessed with matrimony?