Jul 152013
 

Love Will GrowWhat If Anne Was Ardently in Love with Darcy?   

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Source: Review Copy from Author

TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL: Variation

TIME FRAME: Elizabeth’s visit to Hunsford Parsonage

MAIN CHARACTERS: Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, Anne de Bourgh, Mr. Bingley, Jane Bennet

SYNOPSIS: Anne de Bourgh is growing tired of waiting for Darcy to honor his duty and marry her – she desperately wants to escape Rosings and is more than a little in love with her honorable and estimable cousin. Fascinated by Elizabeth’s lively spirits and impertinence, Anne enlists her help in getting Mr. Darcy to the altar. Elizabeth reluctantly agrees to help Anne, but what she doesn’t know is that she and Mr. Darcy will be working at cross purposes!  Continue reading »

Dec 202012
 

Making Christmas Memorable!

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Source: Purchased

A few of you may remember that several months ago I mentioned my affection for a precocious young knight named Ben Carlton (an original character of P. O. Dixon’s). For those of you not yet acquainted with Ben, he is Elizabeth’s fatherless son in Ms. Dixon’s remarkable Pride and Prejudicealternate path, He Taught Me to Hope – and he will melt your heart! In this Christmas-inspired sequel vignette, young Ben (a.k.a. Sir Lancelot) is on a mission to make this upcoming Christmas the most memorable of his young life. Recruiting Georgiana Darcy and Mrs. Reynolds to help accomplish his secret mission, Ben sets out determined to fulfill everyone’s dearest wish for Christmas this year. What will Elizabeth, Darcy, and Anne say when they discover the unexpected surprises this young knight has orchestrated.

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Oct 172012
 

What if Elizabeth Was Jane’s Determined Champion?

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

Source: Review Copy from Author

In her latest Pride and Prejudice alternate path, P. O. Dixon asks the question: What if Jane was too dejected to follow Bingley to London? What if Jane lost hope, lost her spirit, and was in the process of losing herself…

Elizabeth, filled with anxiety and concern, takes Jane’s place in London determined to find Mr. Bingley and tell him of her poor, lovelorn sister’s state. She is certain that this misunderstanding is the result of Mr. Bingley’s pernicious sister and her self-serving manipulations! Elizabeth will not let Caroline Bingley, Mr. Darcy, or the bounds of decorum get in her way…

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