I could well say Here at last, because our A Very Austen Noel anthology has been a long time in coming. The pandemic took us down, but we fought back.
And now, we are thrilled to offer this collection of novella-length stories for your enjoyment. I’m smiling, because this time we each chose to feature characters from Pride and Prejudice.
Christmas has come to Jane Austen’s Regency world—and you’re invited.
Treat yourself to this delightful collection of five Pride and Prejudice novellas. You’ll sigh, you’ll laugh, and you’ll experience the fun of falling in love all over again.
Here’s what you’ll find:
Maestro by Robin Helm
Shy, introverted Mary Bennet has resigned herself to a life of spinsterhood, but an extended visit to London opens her eyes to other possibilities. After Darcy and Elizabeth treat Mary to a concert given by an Italian master, Mary’s plan to live a quiet life alone turns upside down.
In Want of a Wife by Laura Hile
“What my father-in-law needs,” complained John Knightley, “is a wife.” Darcy could not believe his ears. Was this the solution to his troubles with the widowed Mrs. Bennet? Could it be so staggeringly simple?
Saint Nicholas Day by Wendi Sotis
Elizabeth and Jane Bennet go to London to help their Aunt Gardiner prepare for an annual celebration at the orphanage. Elizabeth’s plans to divert her sister’s mind from her heartbreak are toppled once they cross paths with the arrogant Mr. Darcy.
Kitty’s Christmas by Barbara Cornthwaite
Kitty Bennet is thrilled to be spending her first season in London with the newly married Darcys. Every invitation could mean an invitation to the suitor of her dreams, but Kitty soon discovers that there’s more to life in Town than high society.
No Small Spark by Mandy Cook
Widowed Charlotte Collins is settled into a life of service to the people of the parish. To her dismay, a visit to the Darcys reunites her with an old friend—a widower whose headstrong daughter determines that she will make a match of the two. Will the widow and the widower cooperate with her plans?
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Happy Christmas, friends. Thank you for your encouragement and support.
2 thoughts on “It’s here! A Very Austen Noel”
SO excited about this!
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Such good stories and a glorious cover!
It’s happy dance time.