Rich and arrogant movie star, William Darcy, was a Hollywood heartthrob until a scandalous incident derailed his career. Now he can only hope that Tom Bennet’s prestigious but low budget indie film will restore his reputation. However, on the first day of filming, he nearly hits Bennet’s daughter, Elizabeth, with his Ferrari, and life will never be the same. Okay, she’s a little sarcastic, but he’s certain she’s concealing a massive crush on him—and it’s growing harder to fight his own attraction….
Elizabeth Bennet has a lot on her plate. She’s applying to medical school and running the studio’s charity project—while hoping her family won’t embarrass her too much. Being Darcy’s on-set personal assistant is infuriating; he’s rude, proud, and difficult. If there’s one thing she dislikes, it’s people who only think about themselves. But then Elizabeth discovers Darcy has been doing a lot of thinking about her.
She might be willing to concede a mutual attraction, but events are conspiring against them and Darcy subject to constant public scrutiny. Do Darcy and Elizabeth have any hope of achieving Hollywood’s elusive happy ending?
“Darcy in Hollywood is a diverting and refreshingly original Pride and Prejudice tale that I am sure many readers will enjoy. I greatly admire the inventive premise, insightful character development, and inspiring themes Ms. Kincaid employed in this story. I sincerely hope she will pen another modern-day adaptation of Pride and Prejudice soon!” — Austenesque Reviews
“Pride and Prejudice meets Hollywood in this slightly edgy, modern adaption of Austen’s original story. The story was part romance, part comedy and was infused with elements that reached deeply making this not just a pale shadow, but a solid tribute to the classic tale.” –Night Owl Book Café
“When this author wrote about Darcy as President, I immediately knew she needed to write more modern variations. And this one is just as good, if not better than that story. I don’t think I’ve seen Darcy as an actor yet, but his role in canon works well for this particular character. And I can just imagine him being a Hollywood heartthrob.
I thought the author blended the original story well into the Hollywood setting, from the Netherfield ball to Lydia and Wickham’s elopement. I couldn’t put this story down…I hope we see much more of Ms. Kincaid’s modern adaptations. They are among my favorites and I can’t wait to read this one again!” – Regina on Amazon
“Genuinely loved every minute of this book. I will read over and over again and recommend strongly.” – A Kindle Customer
“This was definitely not your basic modern P&P retelling. But that’s why I enjoyed it so much. I couldn’t put it down, and finished it in less than a day! It’s a JAFF unlike any you’ve ever read. It’s thoughtful and wry and funny, all at the same time.” – Imelda on Amazon
“What a lovely and entertaining story. So well written and presented. Well done to the author. Definitely recommend this book. It’s a good read.” Mary on Amazon