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His Family Objects, by Lucy Marin

You will find me here, patiently awaiting you.

After their unexpected meeting at Pemberley, Elizabeth Bennet believes that she and Mr Darcy have been afforded a second chance at love. Even with the news of Lydia Bennet's elopement with George Wickham could surely only delay their happily ever after. After his visit to Longbourn in the autumn, Mr Darcy must go to London but promises to return within a fortnight. Elizabeth does not doubt an engagement will result then once he returns.

Darcy finds himself unable to retrun to Hertfordshire until his friend Bingley's wedding to Miss Jane Bennet. Heartbroken, he then knows it is impossible for him to make an offer of marriage to Elizabeth Bennet. Feeling he owes her some explanation, he informs her that his family is against their union—and that he now agrees with them.

Only one person could prevent him from begging Elizabeth to be his wife: his beloved, fragile sister. Georgiana Darcy cannot bear to even hear Wickham's name, much less imagine her own brother related to the scoundrel. For his sister, Darcy will give up the only woman he could ever love.

Elizabeth struggles to set aside her love for Mr Darcy, while he attempts to find it within himself to wish her happy with another man. After all, he can offer her nothing while his sister's health remains uncertain. When circumstance brings them together, a shocking crisis occurs, causing both to once again question what their future might bring.

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For Love Apart: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Duology, by Julie Cooper and Frances Reynolds


A collection of two separate novellas, in one audiobook


Irresistibly Alone, by Julie Cooper

As Elizabeth Bennet copes with the revelation that only marriage to a much older man will save her family, Mr Darcy sees a depth of grace and courage in her that he has never known in another. How can he possibly abandon her? He must find some way to help, even as he knows he must leave her permanently, severely, and irresistibly alone.

The Wallflower, by Frances Reynolds
Fitzwilliam Darcy regrets his intemperate words about Miss Elizabeth's desirability as a dance partner, and wishes everyone—particularly the beguiling young lady herself—would allow them to be forgot. Alas with Charles Bingley set on winning Jane Bennet's heart and hand, he will have to do more than just wish. He will have to admit that a young lady left sitting without a dancer partner may still be very tempting indeed.

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A Matter of Prudence, by Lucy Marin


He could hardly stop thinking of Elizabeth, and no longer tried to convince himself that he should.

Fitzwilliam Darcy is drawn to Elizabeth Bennet from the day they met, captivated by her cleverness, her charm, and her good humour. While he initially sees only a friendship between them, his feelings for her soon grow more ardent, even while he tries to persuade himself she would be an unsuitable bride. At length, however, his pride and his prejudices must be laid aside; he knows that to be happy in marriage is more important.

Alas, just as he grows certain of his own heart and mind, a problem reveals itself. William Collins, a cousin of the Bennets who has lived in Longbourn since his boyhood, returns to Hertfordshire. The fondness between Elizabeth and Mr Collins is clear, and Darcy begins to fear there is an understanding between them. His fears are confirmed by Miss Caroline Bingley, who warns him that the pair are on the brink of matrimony.

A chance encounter when he is visiting his aunt, Lady Catherine, changes everything. Deceptions are uncovered and friendships end, but is it too late for him and the woman he loves?


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