“This variation is full of romantic scenes between Darcy and Elizabeth that were true balms to my soul….I can honestly say that I believe everyone will love this book. I highly recommend it to all readers who want a romantic, exciting, page turner book” — From Pemberley to Milton Blog
“Once again, Victoria Kincaid has written a page-turner of a story, as she delivers a unique storyline filled with diverting scenarios that are a nice balance between romantic moments and ones filled with a more humorous and playful tone….Ms. Kincaid’s characterizations of Darcy and Elizabeth were spot-on and a true delight to read….Ms. Kincaid’s fluid and engrossing writing style make their journey an absolute pleasure for her readers to experience!” – Just Jane 1813 Blog
“You can always expect a fresh and riveting story from Ms. Kincaid’s variations. Darcy’s Honor was gripping, heartbreaking and warming, and engaging….The story was a page-turner, and the pacing just right. There were a few surprising allies and interesting twists that added flavor to the story.” – Of Pens and Pages Blog
After an unexpected encounter in Paris, Darcy and Elizabeth find they have many secrets to conceal—even from their families…
“A must read for any Austen fan!” – InD’Tale Magazine
RONE Award Nominee
What if Darcy’s proposal was too late?
Could he and Elizabeth Bennet find their happily ever after?
“Highly recommend this novel to readers looking for a sensational and impassioned variation of Pride and Prejudice!” – Austenesque Reviews
How can Darcy rescue Elizabeth when she doesn’t want him to?
“Another enthralling and entertaining variation by Victoria Kincaid…Mr. Darcy to the Rescue is a wonderful choice if you are looking for a creative, romantic, low-angst, and fast-paced read!” – Austenesque Reviews
Is happily ever after possible after Mary meets the Colonel?
“This novella is a sweet read that can be experienced and savored in one sitting.” – Just Jane 1813
Is there a future for Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam?
“[Kincaid’s] dialogue is just as sharp and as engaging as ever.” – Just Jane 1813
Hertfordshire has become a tangled web of misbegotten betrothals…
“…Ms. Kincaid has spun a tale that is quite comedic, while she simultaneously manages to balance her story with the serious consequences contained within each couples’ own particular situation…” – Just Jane 1813