Jane Bennet had a heart to break after all, and I am a party to it.

Fitzwilliam Darcy

One simple, uncharacteristic subterfuge leaves Fitzwilliam Darcy needing to apologize to nearly everyone he knows! When Charles Bingley reaps the sad repercussions of Mr. Darcy’s sin of omission, Elizabeth Bennet’s clear-eyed view of the facts gives her the upper hand in a long-distance battle of wills with Mr. Bingley’s former friend. By the time Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth meet (repeatedly) in the groves of Rosings Park, neither knows the whole truth except that somehow, someway, their future is inextricably linked to the courtship of Charles Bingley and Jane Bennet.

In this Pride and Prejudice “what-if”, the additional dash of backbone and “far-sighted” action to the character of Mr. Bingley begs the question: how is Mr. Darcy to impress Elizabeth Bennet if Bingley does his own matchmaking? And how is Elizabeth Bennet to trust Mr. Darcy when even faith in a most beloved sister falters?

Includes mature content


  • My Mr Bingley and Your Mr Darcy By Linda Beutler
  • Status Published March 15, 2017

3 Responses

  1. Jill
    | Reply

    I can’t wait to read this and am wondering when it might be available to purchase online? Many thanks!!

    • Meryton Press
      | Reply

      Very soon. It just got it’s cover, so it’s getting its last polishes.

  2. Linda Beutler
    | Reply

    Cover reveals were today, as well as ebook launch on Amazon! Happy reading!

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