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Jane Austen’s Dragons

England is overrun by dragons of all shapes and sizes. Most people are blissfully unaware of them and the Pendragon Treaty that keeps the peace between human and dragon kind.  Only those born with preternatural hearing, like Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are able to hear and converse with dragonkind.   When the first firedrake …

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Queen of Rosings Park Series

Lady Catherine de Bourgh is prepared to be very generous when it comes to medical care for her sickly daughter, Anne – generous enough to lure noted physician Dr. Thomas Bennet to give up his London practice and move his family to Rosings Park. But his good income comes with a price: complete dependence on …

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Given Good Principles Series

  Six months after his father’s passing, Fitzwilliam Darcy still finds solace in his morning reflections at his parents’ graves. Only in the quiet solitude of the churchyard does he indulge his grief. None but his unlikely mentor recognize the heartache and insecurity plaguing him as he shoulders the enormous burden of being Master of …

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Stand Alone Books

Elizabeth Bennet’s father, Admiral Thomas Bennet, assures his daughters that his retirement from His Majesty’s Navy will be the start of a new life for them all. Little does he know his family’s battles have only just begun.  Well-connected and in possession of a good fortune, their entry into society should have been a triumph.  …

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Sweet Tea Stories

Sweet, Austen-inspired treats, perfect with a cup of tea. Full of hope and ripe with possibility, beginnings and new beginnings refresh the spirit with optimism and anticipation. Four Days in April. Two letters. Four Days.  Everything changes. After offering a most disastrous proposal of marriage and receiving a rebuke he will never forget, Fitzwilliam Darcy writes Elizabeth Bennet an equally …

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Many Christmas traditions and images of ‘old fashioned’ holidays are based on Victorian celebrations. Going back just a little further, to the beginning of the 19th century, the holiday Jane Austen knew would have looked distinctly odd to modern sensibilities.    How odd? Families rarely decorated Christmas trees. Festivities centered on socializing instead of gift-giving. …

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  1. Brist

    Where can I get the PDF copy of given good principals from fan

  2. Peter

    In one of your short stories you reference a novel youn wrote called Mr. Darcy’s Refuge. Yet I can find no trace of it.

    1. Maria Grace

      I’m not sure which novel you are talking about. Mr. Darcy’s Refuge is one of Abigail Reynold’s books.

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