Bella Breen | Author of Pride and Prejudice Variations

Bella Breen writes historical romance stories with Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice characters. 

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All Miss Elizabeth has left is her pride…

After Mr. Bennet’s death, Elizabeth Bennet is cast out of Longbourn. Escaping a one way trip to a brothel, Elizabeth finds work at an inn, a new low.

After Mr. Darcy’s proposal to Elizabeth at Hunsford is rejected, he still longs for her. Stumbling upon her at a roadside inn, he offers her a life of luxury… as his mistress.

Mr. Darcy will stop at nothing to make Elizabeth his own. But will her pride keep them apart?

This sensual Pride and Prejudice variation novella is the first part of a four part series featuring a slow burn, enemies to lovers, seduction and chase of Elizabeth Bennet that ends with them married happily ever after. 

Mr. Darcy Rescues Elizabeth...or Does He?

Mr. Darcy rescues Elizabeth from an unfortunate circumstance, but his proposed solution is not quite to her liking.

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Mr. Darcy's In-laws

A comedy of errors when the Bennet family unexpectedly visits Elizabeth and her new husband Mr. Darcy.

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Current Pride and Prejudice Variations in Progress

I Am Elizabeth

Michelle is fed up with the modern world. She wakes up to find herself Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice. Start reading.

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Mr. Darcy's Winter Auction

Mr. Bingley invites Darcy to an auction at the Meryton church. Elizabeth and her family are present with items to auction off to raise money to repair the steeple.

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Reviews

What a beautiful, touching ending to a lovely, engaging story!!!! I have enjoyed having the privilege to read this heartwarming tale!!! GREAT story!!
lhatfield
Reader
Oh, such a beautiful story. I like it when they're like this and neat and clean. A beautiful story that I can read to my grandchildren. Thanks so much for sharing this with us.
Demelza
Reader
This is a rare treat indeed, a newly published Pride and Prejudice sequel. As that is my absolute favourite trope, I am smiling like the Cheshire cat... Entering at the Darcy/Bingley wedding. Elizabeth was reflecting on a couple of rather disturbing occurrences that had happened before their courtship and it set the tone of what was to come. The wedding night was a high-light, it is a chaste read and I will try not to give too much away so I will only mention that awkwardness and embarrassment had me laughing out loud. It was done with charming sweetness though. Darcy was a bit stiff in this story and I loved how Elizabeth worked on his tactile sense to loosen him up. Elizabeth's honesty was another trait I adored. After a few days in London, shopping and going to the Opera, ODC ventured to Pemberley with Georgiana and Mrs Annesley. The the trip was rather eventful and the honeymoon at Pemberley was a rather crowded one... The guests brought everything from joy to threats and insults but there might even be a murderer in their midst. Ends with an epilogue. A thrilling read, in a light-hearted sort of way, that had me biting my nails one minute and laughing out loud the next...
eriksenelin
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Racism of Erasure in Regency Romance Novels

I posted this on the Austen Authors blog today for my monthly post. I’ve copied it here as it’s important. UPDATE – the Austen Authors admins removed my post due to it not being “appropriate”. Given popular depictions of Jane Austen’s Regency, authors and readers often overlook the diversity in Britain during this period. Like in the 21st century, people of color, people with different sexual and gender identities, and people with disabilities all lived

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Contact Me

Bella Breen is the author of over 11 published novels.

A graduate of the University of South Dakota with a B.S. in computer science, she lives with her Welsh Corgi,  Bengal cat and kitten Duchess of Destruction in the great plains.

Her favorite book has always been Pride and Prejudice and the best Mr. Darcy will always be Colin Firth.

Her hobbies include cross stitch, reading, gardening, calligraphy, painting, kayaking with her corgi and chasing the kitten.

Download this Pride and Prejudice cross stitch pattern for free

Join my Facebook group, Pride and Prejudice Variations and download the pattern from the Files. Stay for the Jane Austen and Regency talk!