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Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy: Engaged at Pemberley de WE Dashwood

Présentation de l'éditeur : **A complete sweet and clean Pride and Prejudice variation novella in the Regency style**

Lizzie Bennet wishes she could take back her harsh words to Mr. Darcy but it is far, far too late. He will never give her another chance to accept his proposal.
Or will he?

After Bingley asks for Jane's hand in marriage, they decide to have the wedding at the little chapel on Mr. Darcy's Pemberley estate. Jane eagerly agrees to this new plan since Mrs. Bennet is determined the wedding will be to her very exact specifications
Jane asks Lizzie to accompany her to Pemberley for a fortnight before the wedding is to take place. Mr. Darcy is staying there as well and so Jane, knowing their bitter history, does everything in her power to keep them apart. Jane is not aware that Lizzie has finally realized the error of her ways. and is now tortured by the brooding presence of the man she has rejected!

Mr. Darcy is happy for his friend Bingley, but curse…

Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy's First Christmas at Pemberley de W.E. Dashwood

Présentation de l'éditeur : **A complete, sweet and clean Pride and Prejudice cozy mystery novella in the Regency style**
Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy knew inviting most of their relations for the Christmas holiday would not be easy, but they did not expect such shocking disruptions to the festivities.

Lydia and Wickham arrive unannounced, which complicates matters for Georgiana who is entertaining a new suitor, the handsome and mysterious Mr. Blackmore. Lady Catherine fires her maid for breaking a beloved family heirloom, while Kitty cozies up to Mr. Blackmore. Mrs. Bennet insults Mr. Darcy while being insulted by Lady Catherine, Mary insists on playing dreary hymns on the pianoforte, and Anne de Bourgh looks as thoroughly miserable as everyone feels. Even cheerful Bingley seems to find the situation unbearable.

When there is a shocking turn of events, the accusations fly. Mrs. Bennet is clamoring for a duel to avenge Lydia’s honor and Mr. Bennet hides in Pemberley’s large …

The Men of Jane Austen, tome 2 : Mr Knightley's secret de W.E. Dashwood

Présentation de l'éditeur : A Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella in the Regency Style
There is a mystery in Highbury and several sleuths are on the case!

Mr. Knightley is acting quite unlike himself and his oldest friends astutely assess that he is bearing a heavy secret. They all endeavor to gain his confidence but Mr. Knightley refuses to confide in them.

Miss Bates, the eyes and ears of Highbury, is the first to notice that something is amiss with Mr. Knightley. He seems in a most foul mood, snappish and brooding, especially around Mr. Frank Churchill. She is determined to discover what could be the matter. Mr. Knightley has helped her and dearest Jane many times. Miss Bates cannot stand to see Mr. Knightley suffer so. But what could it be? To add confusion to the situation, Miss Emma Woodhouse is behaving just as strangely. There is something strange afoot in Highbury, the sleepy hamlet where nothing of note ever happens

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The Men of Jane Austen, book 1: Mr Darcy's regret de W.E. Dashwood

Présentation de l'éditeur : A story of secrets, misunderstandings, and heart-rending regret!
Elizabeth is visiting Charlotte at the parsonage when they are asked to dinner at Rosings. As hard as she tries, Elizabeth cannot be left at home and is forced to come face to face with the odious Fitzwilliam Darcy. With his angry words still ringing in her ears, Elizabeth braces for an evening of the greatest discomfort. But when Mr. Darcy’s sister Georgiana befriends her, Elizabeth begins to wonder if there is more to Mr. Darcy than his pride.

After his proposal goes terribly wrong, Mr. Darcy examines his own prideful nature and realizes that he has acted very badly. Georgiana encourages him to make amends in any way he can, but Mr. Darcy suspects there are some friendships that cannot be repaired, no matter how much love he feels for the clever young woman with the very fine eyes.

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