#DarcyDays 7 with Suzan Lauder

1   Fitzwilliam Darcy Not William, Will, Fitz, or any foolish nickname, but Fitzwilliam—a noble name, with all the fastidious, respectable importance a man of his stature deserves. From A Most Handsome Gentleman by Suzan Lauder His fine figure and … Read More

#DarcyDays 4 with Amy George

1   Fitzwilliam Darcy From The Sweetest Ruin by Amy George A stubborn workaholic A secret romantic Meet Will Darcy, a smart, handsome businessman from London. He is comfortable taking you to an elegant restaurant or to messy rib joint. … Read More

#DarcyDays 3 with Amy D’Orazio

1     Fitzwilliam Darcy From The Best Part of Love and A Short Period of Exquisite Felicity by Amy D’Orazio Quietly Passionate — feeling deeply but showing nothing, or at least very little A sense of humor — of course, … Read More

#DarcyDays 2 with Jessie Lewis

1   from Pinterest Fitzwilliam Darcy From Mistaken by Jessie Lewis Illustrious, authoritative, sartorially impeccable Master of Pemberley Rational and clever, excepting his penchant for anticipating the worst  Serious, passionate and intense, yet with the driest of wits Generous, loyal … Read More

#DarcyDays 1 with Jan Hahn

1   Fitzwilliam Darcy From The Child by Jan Hahn Has fled England, broken-hearted, after Elizabeth’s harsh rebuff of his proposal at Rosings Returns after two years abroad, thinking he is a changed man, no longer arrogant, conceited, or selfishly … Read More

Talking about A Will of Iron

Have you read A Will of Iron Yet? Those who have are enjoying this macabre farce immensely. Here’s what people are saying about it: Bravo to Linda Beutler on writing a humorous and murderous Pride and Prejudice variation that was … Read More

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