Darcy will do anything to help Elizabeth escape France, but what will she think of him when she learns the truth of their relationship?
“I haven’t read one I haven’t loved! Victoria Kincaid captures the essence of Austen’s characters while providing new adventures for them.” – Kindle Customer
When Jane Got Angry
Sometimes good things happen when Jane gets angry.
“Victoria Kincaid proves yet again that she is one of the reigning queens of Jane Austen Fan Fiction.” – Half Agony Half Hope Reviews
“A modern adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.”
Can Darcy save his honor while also marrying the woman he loves?”
“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
The Secrets of Darcy and Elizabeth: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
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