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Darcy vs. Bennet & When Jane Got Angry Audiobook Blog Tour!

Recently I released Audiobooks of Darcy vs. Bennet and When Jane Got Angry — both narrated by the wonderful Stevie Zimmerman (click on the links to hear audio samples).  I’ll be doing a blog tour with excerpts and double giveaways of both audiobooks.  Check it out!

September 3 —  Babblings of a Bookworm

September 4  — My Jane Austen Book Club

September 5 — From Pemberley to Milton

September 6 – More Agreeably Engaged

September 10 — Austen Authors

September 11– Diary of an Eccentric

September 12 – Savvy Verse and Wit

September 23 — Austenesque Reviews

September 21 –  My Love for Austen

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Lovely Review for Darcy in Hollywood!

Sophia Rose at Night Owl Book Cafe has given Darcy in Hollywood a lovely review. Plus, you can visit the post for an Excerpt and Giveaway!

Sophia writes: “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.”

Check out the review and giveaway here.

Austenesque Review and Giveaway for Darcy and Deception!

Meredith at Austenesque Reviews gives Darcy and Deception a big thumbs up!  She writes: “With French spies, treacherous situations, and characters deceiving each other left and right, Darcy and Deception is an exciting romantic adventure that fans of Darcy and Elizabeth will definitely enjoy!”

You can also visit her website to enter a giveaway for a free ebook!

4.5 Star Review for Darcy in Hollywood at Margie’s Must Reads!

Margie has given a 4.5 Star Review to  Darcy in Hollywood, writing:  “I love Austen Adaptions and I loved this one by Victoria Kincaid, I LOVE HER!! Darcy was an absolute arrogant arse and Lizzie was our lovable, laughable Lizzie. Darcy in Hollywood is a fun, engaging and unpredictable at times read! With familiar plot lines and a few twist and turns, this modernization was completely fulfilling to this Austenite!  I enjoyed it so much!  I can’t wait to see what else Victoria has up her sleeve!!” 

You can also enjoy an Excerpt and Giveaway! https://margiesmustreads.com/2019/07/darcy-hollywood-victoria-kincaid/

Five-Star Blogger Review for President Darcy!

From Pemberley to Milton, a Jane Austen blog, has given President Darcy a five-star review!  Rita writes,

“I don’t usually love modernizations but the investment Victoria Kincaid made in developing the characters personalities and their feelings was so well done that she made me love this one. I loved this Pemberley version and everything that happened in it, and in President Darcy I read the most unexpected proposal I have ever seen in JAFF and kind of surprised myself for loving it!

President Darcy remains until this moment one of my favorite modernizations of JAFF, if not my favorite. I highly recommend it to all those who love a good story with a powerful romance story able to keep readers entertained until the very end.”

Check out Rita’s review here.

Darcy in Hollywood Blog Tour Schedule!

Here is the schedule so far for the Darcy in Hollywood Blog Tour!

 

June 30 – My Jane Austen Book Club

July 1 –  Babblings of a Bookworm

July 2  – Savvy Verse and Wit

July 3 – From Pemberley to Milton

July 5 –  So Little Time So Many Books

July 6 – For the Love of Austen

July 8 – Margie’s Must Reads

July 10 – Diary of an Eccentric

July 15 – Austenesque Reviews

July 16 – More Agreeably Engaged

Darcy in Hollywood, My New Modern P&P Variation is on Amazon!

My new modern Pride & Prejudice variation, Darcy in Hollywood, is now available on Amazon!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TMPLGXC/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=darcy+in+hollywood&qid=1561660664&s=gateway&sr=8-1

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Here is the blurb:

A modern Pride and Prejudice variation.

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?