2015 Bronze Ippy Award in Romance
Austenprose Best Austenesque Paranormal/Fantasy Novel 2014 and 2014 Favorite Pride & Prejudice Variation from Austenesque Reviews


What happens to the happily ever after when the ever after has already happened?

A spirited courtship indeed! Jane Austen’s much adored Pride and Prejudice is transfigured in this regency adaptation.  That fickle friend Fate intervenes when an unexpected event threatens the happily ever after of literature’s favorite love story.  The gentlemen from Netherfield have left, winter is upon the land and after a horrifying carriage accident, Elizabeth Bennet finds her spirit transported as if by magic into Mr. Darcy’s London home.  Paranormally tethered to the disagreeable man, it doesn’t help that he believes she is a phantasm of his love struck mind, not the real Elizabeth.  Somehow they must learn to trust, learn to love and learn to bring Elizabeth back to her earthly form before it is too late.


So, so romantic, humorous, with wonderful characters.

Rated 5 of 5 stars

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Ceri - Babblings of a Bookworm

Haunting Mr. Darcy is a humorous and sweet retelling of Pride and Prejudice! I would highly recommend reading it!

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Candy - So Little Time...

KaraLynne Mackrory’s latest novel, Haunting Mr. Darcy, is a humorous, delightfully sweet retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.

Rated 4 of 5 stars

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Anna - Diary of an Eccentric

I believe I can say that this has just become my favourite of all the variations I have read! It was absolutely brilliant.

Rated 5 of 5 stars

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Sophie - Laughing With Lizzie

Sweet and funny and charmingly written, Haunting Mr. Darcy is irresistible.

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Natalie - Songs and Stories

I had barely touched the surface before I knew this was KaraLynne’s best work yet!

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Tamara - My Kids Led Me Back to Pride and Prejudice