P. O. Dixon is a writer as well as an entertainer. Historical England and its days of yore fascinate her. She, in particular, loves the Regency period with its strict mores and oh so proper decorum. Her ardent appreciation of Jane Austen's timeless works set her on the writer's journey. Dixon delights in weaving diverting tales of gallant gentlemen on horseback and the women they love. Visit podixon.com and find out more about Dixon's writing endeavors.
Love Will Grow: A Pride and Prejudice Storyby P. O. Dixon
Darcy barely acknowledges his cousin's existence. He knows what his family expects of him, but he only has
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Miss Elizabeth Bennet agrees to aid a wealthy heiress in her quest to secure a marriage proposal from her haughty, aristocratic cousin, Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley and Derbyshire. How could Elizabeth know the gentleman has his heart set upon another?
Darcy barely acknowledges his cousin's existence. He knows what his family expects of him, but he only has eyes for Elizabeth, the charming and witty young woman he mistakenly believes is expecting an offer of marriage. Truth be told, Elizabeth does not even like the proud man--at least, not in the beginning.
LOVE WILL GROW is a Regency historical fiction adaptation of Jane Austen's timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice.
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While visiting Charlotte Collins at Hunsford Parsonage, Elizabeth Bennet has been invited to tea at Rosings Park with Miss Anne de Bourgh. Not only has the young heiress singled out Elizabeth for friendship, she also desires her assistance in securing a marriage proposal from her cousin, Fitzwilliam Darcy. Anne, aware of Darcy's `infatuation' with Lizzy, uses that knowledge to her advantage or so she thinks, in attempting to gain Lizzy's help. Anne believes that Darcy will never act on his feelings for Elizabeth due to his family obligations. Elizabeth agrees to help Anne since she dislikes the man so much herself. During the visit with Anne, Lizzy is told in confidence, some unexpected information regarding George Wickham. She also learns interesting facts about Mr. Darcy, things Anne relayed from letters Georgiana wrote to her. These new morsels of information leave Elizabeth puzzled and questioning. What are these thoughts that keep pushing through her barrier? As she learns more about Mr. Darcy she begins to wonder if maybe, just maybe she was a bit hasty in her judgment. Then comes the disastrous proposal and she is furious again. As time and circumstances slowly erode Lizzy's negative feelings for Mr. Darcy, her loyalty to Anne remains steadfast. As Lizzy's love grows, the path to happiness for the couple is rocky and seems futile to Lizzy. Darcy is relentless in his efforts to change her mind and this makes for many enjoyable scenes in this novel. What will it take for Lizzy to decide to follow her heart or will she give up on love because of a friendship? This book is a quick read and one you will not want to miss. It is well written and entertaining. P. O. Dixon has done it again. 4 out of 5 stars This book contains no explicit sex scenes