What could possibly make a proper gentleman come completely undone?
What if Elizabeth Bennet accepted the proposal of another before she met Mr. Darcy again?
In Abigail Reynolds' bold and playful retelling of the Austen classic (originally self-published as Without Reserve), a devastated Mr. Darcy must decide how far he is willing to go to win the woman he loves. Consumed by jealousy, he knows that winning her will throw them both into scandal and disgrace, but losing her is unbearable. Mr. Darcy is going to have to fight for his love, and his life...
Praise for Abigail Reynolds' Pride and Prejudice variations:
"Lovers of steamy period romances will find plenty to whet their appetites here." Booklist
"Compulsively readable. . .treats readers to an oh-so-spicy alternative story line." Library Journal
"A delightful and enticing read. . .it works brilliantly." Rundpinne
"Romance worthy of Austen herself." Palmer's Picks for Reading
"Fresh and unique while staying true to the Darcy and Elizabeth I know and love." Diary of and Eccentric