Jan Hahn’s latest novel, The Child, begins following Fitzwilliam Darcy’s disastrous proposal to Elizabeth Bennet at Hunsford. Darcy flees England, striving to overcome his longing for her. Upon his return two years later, he finds the Bennet family and Elizabeth embroiled in a devastating scandal.

Darcy’s efforts to help the woman he still loves and her family only worsen their plight. His misguided pride entangles him in a web of falsehoods, fateful alliances, and danger. Will Elizabeth be able to forgive Darcy for his good intentions gone awry?

Written strictly from Darcy’s point of view, the reader shares his deepest thoughts and emotions, feels his overpowering need for Elizabeth, watches as he struggles to overcome his prejudice, and learns whether he will ever grow to love the child he never wanted.

  • The Child By Jan Hahn
  • Status Coming March 2018

9 Responses

  1. Claudine Pepe
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    Is there a Pride & Prejudice story that I have longed to read more intensely than this one? Probably not! Early 2018 can’t get here fast enough!

  2. Judy
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    When will this story be published. I have been trying to find it for a while now.

    • Meryton Press
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      We’re looking at Mid March for the release.

  3. Carole in Canada
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    Oh my goodness…being inside Darcy’s head! Looks like 2018 is going to be another great year of wonderful angst filled reading!

  4. J. W. Garrett
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    Although it is a temporary cover… I like it. Now… what is this about a child??? And what is this scandal and what has Darcy done in his interfering ways? Bless his heart.

    • Meryton Press
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      You only have a few more weeks to wait to find out. This book will be out mid March. 🙂

      • Meghan Burke
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        It has been a part of my daily routine to check this page and Amazon for updates. I am so excited!

        • Meryton Press
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          We’re looking at about a week and a half for the release. Officially it’s due out the 16th. Sometimes, though, Amazon gets them up a day early.

          • Meghan Burke
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            Woo hoo! We are so lucky. This is like Christmas in March. Thank you Merton Press and Jan Hahn.

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