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Christmas can be dangerous.
Elizabeth Darcy is kidnapped and Darcy must save her. Eight years after their happily ever after, Darcy knows that he is a most fortunate man. He has everything: a wife he adores, children, and a successful estate – until a villain from his past threatens it all. Darcy must use all his cunning to rescue Elizabeth, and Elizabeth must use all her courage to survive.
Rescuing Mrs. Darcy is a Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella based on Jane Austen’s most romantic couple.
This story has Christian themes, because I felt that was true to the characters of the original – that if they were in danger, they would pray. In this novella, I used excerpts from prayers that Jane Austen wrote for her family to use.
I published At Darcy House almost ten days ago and decided to work on a Christmas novella, a Pride and Prejudice sequel. I’ve had this idea for some time, but suddenly it was more important than my other works in progress.
I thoroughly enjoyed writing this story because in it, Elizabeth is happily married to Darcy and she is pregnant. I loved imagining them years down the road. Writing this story reminded me of my own dear husband who was kind and attentive when I was expecting – particularly on the night my youngest was born.
So, if you can spare some time for yourself during this hectic holiday season, sit down, get a cup of hot chocolate or whatever (my favorite treat is a cup of half and half with vanilla and cinnamon) and read Rescuing Mrs. Darcy.