Told from the perspective of Darcy, the first installment of a trilogy based on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice begins with his observations of the Bennet family during the disastrous Netherfield Park ball, and offers insight into his complicated past.
Colonel Brandon's sister's illegitimate daughter, in a sequel to Sense and Sensibility, discovers her background and claims her birthright. Aiken has also written sequels to Emma, Pride and Prejudice, and Mansfield Park.
The first in a series that continues the story of Pride and Prejudice from the perspective of the Darcy's five daughters, each as distinctive as the Bennet girls were.
Charlotte Heywood, a young woman from the country, encounters a sophisticated, if cynical, world in the rapidly developing resort town of Sanditon. Barrett has also written sequels to Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility.
In the first Mr. & Mrs. Darcy mystery, the newlywed hero and heroine of Pride and Prejudice become involved in a bizarre mystery involving wedding guest Caroline Bingley, who has become engaged to wed a wealthy, charismatic American.
A steamy sequel to Jane Austen's most beloved novel finds the Darcy's marital bliss challenged by domestic disturbances and ghosts of the past.
Tennant's first sequel to Pride and Prejudice takes up the story of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy a year after their wedding, when gossip and troublesome relations again cause them discomfort