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Author: Lewis Whelchel

Published: March 29, 2012

Dearly Beloved – inspired by the characters in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Sometimes people do “die of little trifling colds,” and a tragedy at Netherfield destroys the harmony between Elizabeth Bennet and her family. As she begins her mourning under the protection of Mr. Bingley and struggles to heal from the pain of losing her beloved sister Jane, Elizabeth discovers a new source of hope in Mr. Darcy. His pride is overcome by her vulnerability, and his eyes are opened to her endearing qualities. Can he console her during the year of mourning and win her love and hand at the end of it? Will Charles Bingley, whose heart is broken, ever find love again?


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Author: Lewis Whelchel

Published: February 8, 2011

A twist on a classic favorite finds Pride and Prejudice’s Mr. Bennet recently deceased and Jane doing her best to manage the Longbourn estate. While traveling to his new home, Charles Bingley, accompanied by his friend, Fitzwilliam Darcy, come across an injured young woman who has fallen against a rock and is unconscious. As the men work to discover her identity and reunite her with her family, they learn what it is to love. For one couple, the path is clear. For the other, it appears at first that love may not be enough. However, after a painful separation, they learn that nothing else is required but love to bring happiness and joy to their lives.



SATURDAY 10/11 – Award Winners

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Author: Karen M. Cox

Published: March 21, 2012

James Marshall and Laurel Elliot are out of sync. After a whirlwind summer romance during their youth, he is ready to zoom ahead to Happily Ever After, but she is persuaded by family pressures and her own doubts and uncertainties to remain behind. Years later, Laurel has carved out a quiet, self-sufficient existence in the Appalachian foothills of Kentucky while James has taken a more illustrious road filled with extraordinary accomplishments and successes neither of them could have imagined. Now, their paths cross once again, but it appears both have moved on with their lives. Could a spark from the past still ignite between them? Can they find their way back to each other, or has too much time passed? Will their timing ever be right for a happy ending? Find Wonder in All Things is a new, modern romance from award winning author Karen M. Cox, inspired by the classic Jane Austen story, Persuasion.


Echoes of Pemberley

Author: Cynthia Ingram Hensley

Published: March 21, 2012

A tragic plane crash eight years earlier has left Catherine Elizabeth Darcy orphaned and in the custody of her overly protective brother, Bennet. Since then, her life at Pemberley Estate – the Darcy’s ancestral home in Derbyshire, England – has been sheltered and lacking adventure of any kind. When 16-year-old Catie arrives home for her school holiday, she is expecting another long, boring summer of daydreaming and whiling away warm afternoons reading the romance novels her brother calls “rubbish.” What she discovers, however, is a handsome yet insufferable Irishman named Sean Kelly, her summer riding instructor. Coupled with an intriguing and mysterious WWI-era diary, which she finds hidden in the window seat of her bedroom, Catie Darcy’s summer soon proves to be anything but boring.

The Heart Does Whisper

Author: Cynthia Ingram Hensley

Published: July 29, 2013

The Sequel to Echoes of Pemberley.

From one of Derbyshire, England’s oldest, most prominent families, heiress Catherine Darcy is beautiful, rich, and seemingly destined to the legacy of her Regency-era ancestors. Determined to follow her own heart, Catie marries handsome, proud Sean Kelly — the son of an Irish horse farmer.

In this modern-day continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, newlyweds Sean and Catie depart London for Savannah, Georgia, where Sean has accepted a yearlong administrative internship. The young couple is hopeful the romantic coastal town will provide neutral ground for their opposite worlds but soon discover the southern city has a social pecking order all its own. Behind Savannah’s veil of Spanish moss, a dying socialite and a mute boy send the Kellys on separate paths of personal awakening while together embarking on a journey of the heart that teaches them the true meaning of their enduring love for each other.

To End All Wars

To End all Wars….

Author: Gail McEwen

Published: October 14, 2012

In the spring of 1917, war fever swept across the United States like a prairie fire, catching young David Bellamy in its grip. …To End All Wars follows him on his quest for excitement and adventure to France. Away from the heat and reality of war, David soon discovers there is much to interest him by way of a French war widow, the thoughtful, serious, and complicated Sophie Montigny. As their friendship-and attraction for one another-grows, they find themselves at a crossroads, and when David accepts a transfer to the front, he must face the horrors of war head on. Author Gail McEwen masterfully depicts the blood and heart-pounding horrors of the trenches and yet she also manages to keep the heart pounding with the compelling love story of two people caught in its wake. This novel is a charming testament to the truth that the human spirit will survive, even in mankind’s darkest hours.

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Author: Karen M. Cox

Published: December 8, 2010

1932 is a twist on Jane Austen’s classic, Pride & Prejudice. Elizabeth Bennet has always led a pampered existence as the daughter of a university professor in the Midwest until the safety of her world dissolves around her due to unforeseen adversity. Amidst the ensuing upheaval, what — and who — might she discover as she rebuilds a life for herself and her family in the sleepy, backwater town of Meryton?


SUNDAY 10/12 – Deeply, Madly, Truly – True Love

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Author: Gail McEwen & Tina Moncton

Published: August 5, 2010

All is fair in love and war. When Mr Darcy hears that Miss Elizabeth Bennet has taken refuge from her family’s troubles and her own rebellious heart in Scotland, he quickly decides his good friend Lord Baugham is in urgent need of some solitary reflection, complemented by his own soothing company, at his Lordship’s country estate nearby. Mr Darcy’s well-laid plans and swift advance, however, have very unexpected consequences for his host and for Elizabeth Bennet’s cousin, Miss Holly Tournier. Twixt Two Equal Armies is the first story in the Lord and Lady Baugham series and recounts how the two met, behaved most uncivilly and unexpectedly towards one another but ended up entrusting their life, love and happiness to the other’s keeping for the rest of their days.


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Author: Gail McEwen & Tina Moncton

Published: October 26, 2010

A romance in a tiny Scottish border village at last gives way to a wedding just as the old year gives over to the new. This short story, the second in the Lord and Lady Baugham series, bridges Twixt Two Equal Armies and its sequel, The West Yet Glimmers, by chronicling a most rewarding honeymoon at Clyne Cottage and how, afterwards, the newly-weds successfully managed to postpone further domestic obligations by turning east instead of west at a crucial crossroads, ending up on the doorstep of Pemberley House in Derbyshire! This is the story of how Love Then Begins.


The West Yet Glimmers

The West yet Glimmers

Author: Gail McEwen & Tina Moncton

Published: October 26, 2010

Book Three of the Lord and Lady Baugham Series After a successful honeymoon and much procrastination, Lord and Lady Baugham bow to the inevitable and fulfill their obligation to travel to Cheshire and his lordship’s family seat of Cumbermere. What they find is a neglected and unloved estate where old grudges fester and current rivalries breed, but in their efforts to breathe life into the crumbled house and the grounds, Cumbermere Castle proves to be a more than formidable adversary. A chance discovery thwarts their intentions to leave as soon as possible, revealing a family mystery that turns back the clock and forces them both to deal with the past as well as their future together.

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Author: Linda Gonschior

Published: October 26, 2010

“Scorning his feelings and refusing to believe any good of the man, she summarily dismissed him as deluded, and that in no time at all his love would be forgotten. Stung, Will began a path of self improvement that would eventually prove to Elizabeth that he was worthy of her love. A perfect ending was within reach when a family crisis and misunderstandings interfered, separating the couple and leaving one with a secret that will change both of their lives. Inspired by Jane Austen’s most beloved couple, Reflections takes a modern journey through mistaken opinions, wounded pride and discarded prejudice.”