When Jane Got Angry

When Mr. Bingley abruptly left Hertfordshire, Jane Bennet’s heart was broken.  Since arriving in London to visit her aunt and uncle, Jane has been hoping to encounter Mr. Bingley; however, it becomes clear that his sister is keeping them apart.

But what would happen if she took matters into her own hands?  Defying social convention, she sets out to alert Mr. Bingley to her presence in London, hoping to rekindle the sparks of their relationship.

Bingley is thrilled to encounter Jane and renew their acquaintance, but his sister has told him several lies about the Bennets—and his best friend, Mr. Darcy, still opposes any relationship.  As Jane and Bingley sort through this web of deceit, they both find it difficult to maintain their customary equanimity.

However, they also discover that sometimes good things happen when Jane gets angry.

 

“I have to say I love that Jane grows a backbone and goes after Mr. Bingley. I read this story in one sitting and it didn’t disappoint. We also get a glimpse into the relationship between Darcy and Lizzy as well.  The only problem I had with this novella was that it was too short. In my opinion, Victoria Kincaid proves yet again that she is one of the reigning queens of JAFF.” – Half Agony Half Hope Reviews

“Jane has a backbone!   I love stories where Jane stands up for herself and this is one of the best. The author does a wonderful job revealing Jane’s, and Charles’, reactions to these new feelings stirring in them.” – Hopeless Romantic on Amazon

Five Stars.  “Very enjoyable quick read!  Ordinarily, I prefer Darcy and Elizabeth variations to those of secondary characters. However…I thoroughly enjoyed this one about Jane and Bingley. I loved the internal debates each had with themselves before indulging in a bit of anger at: Darcy, Miss Bingley, Bingley’s aunt, etc. And I loved that Bingley and Jane both got backbones and defied the naysayers. Fun read and laugh out loud in places.” – Kindle Customer

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