Pride & Proposals

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Pride & Proposals

What if Mr. Darcy’s proposal was too late?

Darcy has been bewitched by Elizabeth Bennet since he met her in Hertfordshire.  He can no longer fight this overwhelming attraction and must admit he is hopelessly in love.

During Elizabeth’s visit to Kent she has been forced to endure the company of the difficult and disapproving Mr. Darcy, but she has enjoyed making the acquaintance of his affable cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam.

Finally resolved, Darcy arrives at Hunsford Parsonage prepared to propose—only to discover that Elizabeth has just accepted a proposal from the Colonel, Darcy’s dearest friend in the world.

As he watches the couple prepare for a lifetime together, Darcy vows never to speak of what is in his heart. Elizabeth has reason to dislike Darcy, but finds that he haunts her thoughts and stirs her emotions in strange ways.

Can Darcy and Elizabeth find their happily ever after?

By the author of The Secrets of Darcy and Elizabeth, an Amazon Regency Romance Bestseller.

Reviews

Austenesque Reviews Favorite Winner for 2015

“I really enjoyed this poignant story of love and loss, loyalty, friendship and passion. The relationships among Darcy, Elizabeth and Richard are heartwarming, and the angst was offset by an underlying dry sense of humor that kept it from being too overwhelming.” – Austenprose

“I am happy to say, this one does take on original plot twists, and offer creative solutions to this delicate situation. It was clever where it needed to be and sentimental in the right places, without feeling forced or artificial in its delivery. I want to thank Victoria Kincaid for writing such a delightful triangle story, which started my own love of this fun, and sometimes painful, sub-genre.” – JustJane1813  

“Just like with Ms. Kincaid’s first book I couldn’t put this one down. This was very easily for me a winner. I can foresee this author quickly becoming one of my favorite JAFF artists to turn to. If you loved The Secrets of Darcy and Elizabeth you’ll definitely love this book. Five stars.” – Half Agony Half Hope

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