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Elizabeth Bennet’s health rapidly deteriorates after an unexpected visit by Lady Catherine de Bourgh at Longbourn.
 
Unlike Jane Austen’s original Pride and Prejudice, now Mr. Darcy must save Miss Elizabeth’s life before he can even propose to her!
 
If you ever wanted the double wedding to have double the drama…
 
Pride and Prejudice and Poison is a 52,000 word novel. Print length is 324 pages.

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Newly married Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy expect an uneventful life of bliss at Pemberley. Life, however, has other plans…
 
Between unexpected visitors, scandalous secrets, obnoxious in-laws, and Mr. Darcy’s humorous teasing of Elizabeth about cows, their honeymoon never has a dull moment.
 
Then someone dies…
 
Pride and Prejudice and Secrets is a 58,000 word novel. It can be read as a stand alone. It is a sequel to Pride and Prejudice and Poison. Print length is 364 pages. 

 

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Forced to marry…even though they hate each other.
 
Elizabeth Bennet has just refused Mr. Darcy’s disastrous marriage proposal at Hunsford. Unfortunately, while strolling on the grounds of Rosing Park, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth find themselves hopelessly compromised — in full view of Mr. Collins, Col. Fitzwilliam and two society mavens!
 
Now, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are forced to wed — even though they are still angry at each other. Will they learn to set aside their pride and get along? Or are they doomed to suffer the worst marriage in all of England?
 
Forced to Wed is a 53,000 word, standalone enemies to lovers novel with a guaranteed happily ever after. This novel has received over 154,000 views on fanfiction.net. Its print length is 346 pages.


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Elizabeth will marry Mr. Collins even if Mrs. Bennet has to drag her to the altar.
 


When Mr. Bennet dies, Mr. Collins takes over Longbourn. He shows his true character when he vows to force the Bennets from their home unless he is given Elizabeth Bennet’s hand in marriage.

Elizabeth, who has promised only to marry for love, refuses. But as her mother and sisters take increasingly drastic steps to force Elizabeth to wed, how long can she resist? Will Elizabeth make the ultimate sacrifice to save her family from being cast out?

Mr. Darcy fights his attraction to Elizabeth, but when he discovers Elizabeth is set to marry Mr. Collins, the next day, he must face his feelings before his love slips away. Can he rescue Elizabeth before it’s too late? And if so, will the pair of them survive Mr. Collins’ revenge?
 
The Rescue of Elizabeth Bennet is a 62,000 word, standalone damsel in distress novel with a guaranteed happily ever after.