Celebrate Jane Austen’s birthday (Dec 16th, 1775)--and the 200th anniversary of the events that take place in Pride and Prejudice with three titles (Mr. Darcy’s Letter, A Pemberly Medley, and By Force of Instinct) in critically acclaimed novelist Abigail Reynold’s Pemberley Variations series, exploring the roads not taken by the characters in Austen’s most iconic work--as well as a brand new contemporary romance Morning Light--all exclusive to Kindle.
Mr. Darcy’s Letter: A lady's reputation is a fragile thing. If anyone ever discovered that Miss Elizabeth Bennet had received a letter from a single gentleman, she could be ruined... or forced to marry a man she detests. In this Pride & Prejudice variation, Elizabeth takes the safer course and refuses to read Mr. Darcy's letter of explanation. Returning home unaware of Wickham's true nature, Elizabeth confesses everything to him, putting both Mr. Darcy and herself in grave danger from Wickham's scheme.
A Pemberly Medley: Can Mr. Darcy win Elizabeth Bennet’s heart...or will they misunderstand each other forever? Can he stand by and watch Elizabeth lose everything she holds precious, including him?
By Force of Instinct: In Jane Austen's classic Pride & Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet never expects to see Mr. Darcy again after his disastrous proposal in Hunsford. But what if family business required him to stay at Rosings after giving her his letter? Coming face to face with Mr. Darcy only days later could give Elizabeth a new chance to understand him... or a chance for even more misunderstandings.
Morning Light: Artist Annie Wright likes her life free of complications, especially complications of the male persuasion. She has her dream job running a gallery in Woods Hole, her volunteer work rescuing abandoned dogs, her best friend Cassie Boulton Westing, and that’s enough for her. She doesn’t like to talk about her past, especially how she became a widow after just a few years of marriage. But one day her past walks right into the Cape Light Gallery in the form of her dead husband’s best friend Jeremy, the man who left the country because it was too hard to see Annie married to someone else. If this weren’t enough, Annie finds herself in charge of an abused and distrustful pile of fur called Bear, and increasingly entangled in the complicated Westing family politics while Cassie deals with some very unexpected developments.