Darcy By Any Other Name

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I’ve released a Pride and Prejudice novel.
And it’s turning out to be a rollicking good read.

Discover the book that everyone is talking about:
Darcy By Any Other Name.

Readers can hardly stand it because…

Jane Austen’s heartthrob hero
wakes up as the bumbling Reverend Collins.

Mr. Darcy is shorn of his fortune, his social standing, and his good looks.

And Mr. Collins is now master of Pemberley.

2016 Favorites Award Austenesque Reviews
2016 Favorites Award Austenesque Reviews

Could there be anything worse?

Ah, but the inner man is still Darcy.
He’s in love with Elizabeth Bennet.
And now he’s living in her house.

Thrills, chills, laughs, and romance.
That’s right, romance.

So do you trust me for a happy ending?

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

Just Jane 1813 Reviewer's Favorite Award for Darcy By Any Other Name
Just Jane 1813 Reviewer’s Favorite Award for Darcy By Any Other Name

Even if adorable Darcy is stuck in Collins’ body.

Here’s the link to Amazon.

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
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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