The paperback version of When Charlotte Became Romantic is now available! https://www.amazon.com/dp/1734163011/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=when+charlotte+became+romantic&qid=1571602815&sr=8-3
It’s here! My next book, When Charlotte Became Romantic, is now available at Amazon, Smashwords, BN.com, Apple, and Kobo. A paperback version will be available soon. Did you ever wish Charlotte ended up with a nicer guy? This book is for you!
In the original Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet’s friend, Charlotte Lucas marries the silly and obsequious clergyman, Mr. Collins. But what if fate—and love—intervened?
Desperate to escape her parents’ constant criticism, Charlotte has accepted a proposal from Mr. Collins despite recognizing his stupid and selfish nature. But when a mysterious man from her past visits Meryton for the Christmas season, he arouses long-buried feelings and causes her to doubt her decision.
James Sinclair’s mistakes cost him a chance with Charlotte three years ago, and he is devastated to find her engaged to another man. Honor demands that he step aside, but his heart will not allow him to leave Meryton. Their mutual attraction deepens; however, breaking an engagement is not a simple matter and scandal looms. If they are to be happy, Charlotte and James must contend with her parents’ opposition, Lady Catherine’s nastiness, and dangerous figures from James’s past.
Charlotte had forsworn romance years ago; is it possible for her to become romantic again?
As part of the JAFF Reader/Writer Get Together in November near Washington DC, we are giving away 2 Gift Baskets (worth over $200) with books, a handmade t-shirt, an Amazon gift card, and more. Anyone can enter — you do not need to be attending the event!
Meredith at Austenesque Reviews has written a terrific 4.5 Star Review of Darcy in Hollywood! She says,
“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!
Check out the whole review .
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
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.
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!