Victoria has a Ph.D. in English literature and has taught composition to unwilling college students. Today she teaches business writing to willing office professionals and tries to give voice to the demanding cast of characters in her head. She lives in Virginia with her husband, two children who love to read, and an overly affectionate cat. A lifelong Jane Austen fan, Victoria confesses to an extreme partiality for the Colin Firth miniseries version of Pride and Prejudice.
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Elizabeth Bennet’s father died two years ago, and her odious cousin Mr. Collins owns the Longbourn estate.When he becomes abusive, Elizabeth decides to organize a covert resistance against him. Her scheme is just getting underway when Mr. Darcy -- still in love with her -- returns to Meryton. But whose side will he take in the conflict?
When Wickham is suspected of being a French Spy, Elizabeth Bennet is recruited to pretend affection for him and observe his movements in Brighton. Mr. Darcy learns that she is keeping company with the scoundrel and visits Brighton to rescue her--plunging both of them into international espionage deeper than anyone had foreseen.
The Bingley family is trying to keep Jane Bennet from encountering Mr. Bingley in London, so she takes matters into her own hands. Defying social convention, she engineers a meeting with Bingley, hoping to rekindle their love. But his sister has told him lies about the Bennets—and Mr. Darcy opposes any relationship. Despite resistance, they discover good things can happen when Jane gets angry.
A contemporary adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.William Darcy has it all: wealth, intelligence, and the US presidency. An employee of the Red Cross, Elizabeth Bennet is pretty and smart, but her nouveau riche family is unbearable to him. Even if they can admit their feelings, Darcy has limited privacy and unlimited responsibilities-and enemies who will use Elizabeth against him.Can they find HEA?
When a malicious viscount tries to damage Elizabeth Bennet's reputation in order to maneuver her into surrendering to him, Mr. Darcy proposes to prevent disaster.However, Elizabeth is reluctant to tarnish Darcy’s name by association…and the viscount still wants her… Can Darcy save his honor while also marrying the woman he loves?
In this Pride and Prejudice variation, Mr. Darcy is forced to propose to Elizabeth Bennet's sister Lydia while Jane Bennet reluctantly accepts Mr. Collins. After learning of Jane's engagement, Mr. Bingley proposes to Elizabeth. Charlotte Lucas's father tricks Wickham into proposing to her. Everyone is engaged to the wrong person! How can Darcy and Elizabeth find their happily ever after?
A Pride and Prejudice novella. Elizabeth Bennet's sister Mary falls in love with Darcy's cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam. But will war and financial concerns prevent them from finding their happily ever after?
This Pride and Prejudice variation explores what would happen if Elizabeth Bennet accepts a proposal from Mr. Collins. Mr. Darcy vows to prevent the marriage, but then discovers Elizabeth's true opinion about his character. How can he rescue her when she doesn’t want him to?
What if Mr. Darcy’s proposal was too late?
As in Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy visits the parsonage intending to propose to Elizabeth Bennet. But, in this variation, he arrives to find she has accepted a proposal from Darcy’s friend Colonel Fitzwilliam.
Can Darcy and Elizabeth find their happily ever after?
A Pride and Prejudice variation. After his disastrous marriage proposal, Darcy unexpectedly encounters Elizabeth in Paris, but a declaration of war means English citizens are in danger, and Darcy must help Elizabeth escape France. When they return to England, they have secrets they must conceal—even from their own families.