Margie’s Must Reads writes, “I adored it! There was so much to love! I loved the original quotes for Pride and Prejudice sprinkled in, I loved the characters and how their modern counterparts were very similar to their classic siblings but still had a way of being original…..”
“I really did not want it to end! It was not long enough!! I didn’t have enough time with Mr. President!! There were so many laughs and I even cried in a few places!! This book was just want I needed, a perfect remedy for my political woes right now. Why can’t we live in a world with President Fitzwilliam Darcy?!?!”
Check out the review and excerpt and giveaway! Also, you can find out which world leader Margie was fantasizing about when she was reading the book. Although, here’s a hint….
Nissa at Of Pens and Pages wrote a lovely review of Darcy’s Honor: “You can always expect a fresh and riveting story from Ms. Kincaid’s variations. Darcy’s Honor was gripping, heartbreaking and warming, and engaging.” Her blog also features an excerpt and a giveaway!
Darcy’s Honor is available in paperback on Amazon! Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/Darcys-Honor-Pride-Prejudice-Variation/dp/0997553065/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1493231668&sr=8-2&keywords=darcy%27s+honor
Also, the book received another lovely 4.5 star review–this one at From Pemberley to Milton. Rita writes: “I can honestly say that I believe everyone will love this book. I highly recommend it to all readers who want a romantic, exciting, page turner book.” Her blog also features a giveaway and an excerpt from the novel!
There is a Giveaway and a lovely 4.5 Star Review for A Very Darcy Christmas at From Pemberley to Milton.
Rita writes, “This is a very entertaining book full of laughter and holiday spirit but it can be read at any other time of the year. It is funny, romantic and up to the standards Mrs. Kincaid already got us used to. She marvels at adding humor to her stories and yet keeping true to Jane Austen’s characters, and A Very Darcy Christmas is vivid proof of her proficiency in this type of stories.” Thank you, Rita!
Claudine at JustJane1813.com gave A Very Darcy Christmas 4.5 stars, writing a very insightful review:
“It’s a challenge to write JAFF that has a more humorous than serious bent without losing some credibility, but Victoria Kincaid handles this challenge with her uncanny ability to combine Austen’s storyline and characters with a variety of different forms of humor so that her jokes stayed funny throughout the story, while at the same time, the characters felt true to their original personalities. Mrs. Kincaid is also an author who has a knack for moving a story along without getting caught up in descriptive language or other superfluous details that could slow down the pacing of her story, and in “A Very Darcy Christmas,” she demonstrates this skill throughout her story.”
You can check out the review, read an excerpt, and enter a giveaway for a free copy of the book at https://justjane1813.com/2016/12/04/a-very-darcy-christmas-by-victoria-kincaid-a-review-an-excerpt-a-readers-choice-giveaway/
Many of my books have been reviewed, but this is the first one that had a review and a recipe that was inspired by the book! The book is Chaos Comes to Longbourn, which received a great review from Heather at All Roads Lead to the Kitchen. And the recipe is Apple Brandy Punch (doesn’t that sound yummy?).
Heather writes: “This tangled web of mismatched lovers does eventually right itself, but the fun part came in finding out how—a must-read for all Janeites!”
Wow! Awesome five-star review from Margie’s Must Reads for Chaos Comes to Longbourn! Margie writes:
With four couples perfectly matched with their absolute opposite, made this book very funny and utmost engaging. I think every single character was true to form and written so wonderfully well! I could not stop reading! I could not put this book down!”
Great Review from Of Pens and Pages!
“What a book! I was quite apprehensive to start this book since I could never imagine dear Mr. Darcy with anyone other than Elizabeth. I couldn’t even imagine myself with him! Nevertheless, I’m happy I read this book. ‘Chaos’ wouldn’t be enough to describe the events in this book….
It’s as hilarious as it sounds, folks. There were a lot of funny parts in the book that made me laugh out loud.”
Review from Half Agony Half Hope blog: “I was a little apprehensive going into this book but after I started reading I couldn’t put it down. The hilarity that ensues because of all these unlikely couples having to hook up because of compromises and convenience…. Victoria Kincaid proves yet again that she is a rising star in the world of JAFF fiction. This is definitely one of her best books.”