Charming Mr. Darcy
Charlotte’s letter inviting Lizzy to come to the parsonage sooner than their planned for date causes a frisson of unease to fall upon her. It is clear to Lizzy that Charlotte is worried about something, but she does not explain what is amiss. With Jane away in London, Lizzy decides to leave for Kent early. Mr. Bennet reluctantly agrees, but there is a sisterly catch. Lizzy is not deterred for she is determined to discover Charlotte’s worry and will do everything in her power to alleviate it.
Darcy and his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, also set off for Rosings Park earlier than intended. He is intent on making it clear he has no wish to marry his cousin Anne, no matter how much his aunt may want him to. He has chosen a different young lady, one with fine eyes. Miss Bennet does not yet know that he means to ask her to wed him. She will accept. He knows she will. After all, he is Mr. Darcy of Pemberley and has ten thousand a year.
Not long after their arrival in Kent, Lizzy discovers something disturbing and Darcy is soon in the midst of a type of danger he never knew existed. Is Elizabeth Bennet the lady he thought her, or is she something more?
Searching for Darcy
Georgiana is missing!
When a frantic Darcy seeks out his friend’s help in finding his sister, he has no idea what unconventional method Bingley would suggest. Darcy has no interest in the metaphysical but he is more desperate than at any other time in his life.
Miss Elizabeth Bennet immediately responds to the urgency of Mr. Darcy’s request for aid. Where could Miss Darcy be? She sets off with him in a mad dash across the country, and the sea, in an anxious search for a most beloved sister.
Miss Bennet’s guidance and compassion comforts Darcy, sustaining his confidence in their success. The touch of her hand sooths his uneasy spirit.
Mr. Darcy’s deep affection for his sister reveals to Elizabeth an unguarded side to his forbidding person. As each passing mile draws them closer to Georgiana, their attraction to each other increases in depth.
Lizzy's Curious Talent
Something magical happens every time Miss Elizabeth Bennet paints or sketches an image. However, she cannot control how her talent is revealed in her art. Lizzy is determined to live as an independent lady and needs her talent to provide the income for her dream. But, she has to be so very, very careful that no one discovers her secret.
Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy wants Miss Bennet, a notable artiste, to paint a portrait of his beloved sister, Georgiana, and he is willing to pay handsomely. She, however, refuses to paint adults. He does not understand her reluctance. Darcy is determined to discover whatever it is that Miss Bennet is hiding.
A Witch For Mr. Darcy
Miss Lizzy Bennet realizes one early autumn morning that a change has occurred in their Hertfordshire neighborhood. Sure knowledge—a magical gift—tells her that someone is coming. Or something? Or…both? Something sinister…something good. Which is it? Could it be Mr. Darcy, their new neighbor’s enigmatic guest? He has his own gift, one that is haunting and painful. Will she be able to help him, even though so many other events are affecting life at Longbourn House?
Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy can hardly take his gaze off of Miss Elizabeth’s charming countenance. He has heard through the servants’ grapevine that she is a witch. An honest-to-God witch, not just an herbalist. He needs a wife. He knows he does. But will Miss Elizabeth be the best option for someone like himself? Someone troubled? He needs to find out.
Kitty Bennet thinks this visit to Pemberley will be filled with endless rounds of charitable appointments and lessons to ‘improve’ her character. Not so. Not so. Instead, on this visit Kitty learns that there is more than one secret and one surprise hidden within Pemberley’s walls. She does not know that on this visit she will face fears, feel terror, laugh with gusto, stand up for herself, and fall in love. This is one visit Kitty will never forget.