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About the author:
Regina Jeffers is an award-winning author of cozy mysteries, Austenesque sequels and retellings, and Regency era romances. A teacher for thirty-nine years, Jeffers often serves as a consultant for Language Arts and Media Literacy programs. With multiple degrees, Regina has been a Time Warner Star Teacher, Columbus (OH) Teacher of the Year, and a Martha Holden Jennings Scholar. With 5 new releases coming out in 2015, Jeffers is considered one of publishing's most prolific authors. Come check out some of her 19 novels: Darcy's Passions, Captain Frederick Wentworth's Persuasion, The Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy, A Touch of Grace, A Touch of Honor, and The First Wives' Club.
Elizabeth Bennet's Excellent Adventure
A Pride and Prejudice Vagary
Regina Jeffers, A Lady
The Last Man in the World She Wishes to Marry is the One Man Who Owns Her Heart!
ELIZABETH BENNET adamantly refused Fitzwilliam Darcy's proposal, but when Maria Lucas discovers the letter Darcy offers Elizabeth in explanation of his actions, Elizabeth must swallow her objections in order to save her reputation. She follows Darcy to London and pleads for the gentleman to renew his proposal. Yet, even as she does so, Elizabeth knows not what she fears most: being Mr. Darcy's wife or the revenge he might consider for her earlier rebuke.
FITZWILLIAM DARCY would prefer that Elizabeth Bennet held him in affection, but he reasons that even if she does not, having Elizabeth at his side is far better than claiming another to wife. However, when a case of mistaken identity causes Darcy not to show at his wedding ceremony, he finds himself in a desperate search for his wayward bride-to-be.
Elizabeth, realizing Society will label her as "undesirable" after being abandoned at the altar, sets out on an adventure to mark her future days as the spinster aunt to her sisters' children. However, Darcy means to locate her and to convince Elizabeth that his affections are true, and a second chance will prove him the "song that sets her heart strumming."
"Jeffers' books are like a fine banquet in a tasteful location, warmly detailed ambiance, several courses, freshly prepared and appealingly presented, each taste to be savored; each course, complimented, an experience to remember purely for its contents, relished even as, perhaps more as, a single diner." - BCM
- Publication Date:
- 1517631076 / 9781517631079
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Romance / Regency