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Available by Meryton Press

When a man’s honor is at stake, what is he willing to risk for the woman he loves?

After a disastrous marriage proposal and the delivery of an illuminating letter, Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet hope never to lay eyes on one another again. When a chance meeting in Hunsford immediately throws them in each other’s way, Darcy realizes his behavior needs correcting, and Elizabeth starts to appreciate his redeeming qualities. But is it enough to forgive the past and overcome their prejudices?

Jane and Bingley’s possible reconciliation and Lydia’s ill-conceived trip to Brighton pose their own challenges for two people struggling to find their way to love. When scandalous news threatens their chance at happiness, will Darcy and Elizabeth’s new bond be shattered, or will their growing affection hold steadfast?

"His Choice of a Wife is an exquisitely-composed Pride and Prejudice variation filled with passion, tender scenes of devotion, perseverance, and satisfying character developments. Definitely one I recommend checking out! Congratulations, Heather Moll, on a marvelous debut!"- Austenesque Reviews
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Available by Quills & Quartos

How would spending a few extra days in each other’s company affect the relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy?


While her sister Jane is ill at Netherfield, Elizabeth overhears the proud Mr. Darcy express his admiration of her and her fine eyes. Not sure what to think of his praise after all of their previous disagreements (and more flattered than she wants to admit) Elizabeth responds by teasing him, forcing Darcy to reconsider his opinion of a woman who has truly bewitched him. 


The ensuing day and weeks see confrontations and apologies, and the beginnings of a friendship, between Darcy and Elizabeth. But their warming acquaintance impacts the behaviour of those around them inciting jealousy, anger and malicious falsehoods.


Is the strength of their emotional connexion enough to reunite them and put them back on the path to love?

"Two More Days at Netherfield is well worth your time if you enjoy an unusual plotline, crackling dialogue, a bunch of angst, sizzling romance, and well-drawn characters."- Austenprose
"Tentative friendships, inventive twists, and reverent characterizations -Two More Days at Netherfield is another nuanced and well-crafted Pride and Prejudice variation from the pen of Heather Moll! If you love stories where the exchanges between Darcy and Elizabeth are playful and passionate, the stolen moments together are sincere and sweet, and the journey is enthralling and emotionally turbulent, I entreat you give this story a try!" Austenesque Reviews
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"Will Elizabeth welcome the renewal of our acquaintance or will she draw back from me?"

 

This Pride and Prejudice short story imagines what could happen if Mrs. Bennet kept Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy to supper after an evening party at Longbourn. Following the gentlemen's return to Hertfordshire after Lydia's marriage, both Elizabeth and Darcy wonder if they have reason to hope.

Elizabeth is eager to hint to Darcy that her feelings for him have changed, but how can they have a private conversation at a crowded party? Will Darcy learn if Elizabeth can ever love him or will he leave Meryton and return to London brokenhearted?

Available by Excessivey Diverted Press

© 2020 by Heather Moll Author