Darcy By Any Other Name

The lightning strike, Darcy remembers. And the horror of waking up in Reverend Collins’ body. But the last thing Darcy ever expects to find … is love.

Wonder of wonders, adorable Elizabeth Bennet is falling for him; a man would have to be blind to miss the signs. Without rank, fortune, or even good looks, she likes him.

And yet Darcy cannot return her affection—not like this! Not as that bumbling idiot Collins!

Except that Darcy is not an idiot, is he? The inner man is very much his usual, capable self. It’s a good thing too, because as Collins Darcy must step in to solve crisis after crisis at Longbourn House.

But there is worse to come. For when Collins wakes from his coma and discovers that he inhabits Darcy’s body, who knows what havoc he will cause? 

Will Darcy ever become his rightful self? If so, then what? Will Elizabeth understand?

How can Darcy untangle this unthinkable love triangle—in which he himself is the other man?

If you enjoy a smart, sparkling Regency romp in the tradition of Georgette Heyer, then I think you will love Darcy By Any Other Name.

Click the link to discover the Pride and Prejudice body-swap romance that has readers laughing in surprise and delight.

Darcy By Any Other Name

Here’s the thing: Do you trust me for a happy ending?

Ha, good decision. I wouldn’t trust me either.
But I think you’ll enjoy this lighthearted, immersive book.

Curious?
 Why not take a look at the beginning chapters?

And here is the Amazon purchase link

5 Claws for Darcy from Book Dragon Best 10 Books I Read in 2016 Award
5 Claws for Darcy from Book Dragon
Best 10 Books I Read in 2016 Award
Top Ten Favorites, 2016
From Pemberley to Milton
More Agreeably Engaged Favorite Books Award 2016
~ Images of Mr. Collins, Mr. Darcy, and Elizabeth are from movie adaptations ~
1995
“What do you mean that my JOB is on the line? What j–Oh. That job.”
“You think I LIKE wearing this hat? I am a victim of Collins’ closet.”
Colin Firth as Darcy
Behold the new me: “practically perfect in every way.” SO hot!
1980
“Gad, even when I smile I am repulsive.”
I put the
I KNOW. I put the “ick” in “romantic.”

9 thoughts on “Darcy By Any Other Name

  1. I keep thinking that all the variations must have been conceived – how wrong I am! I shall look for this and for others’ reviews.

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    1. Part of the fun with Austen fans, Carol, is shaking them up a bit. Plus, do we love Darcy only because he is rich and handsome? This challenges that idea a little.

      Happy endings are in my tagline…

      Thanks for stopping by!

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