Series: Pride and Prejudice Continues

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Mr Darcy Takes a Wife by Linda Berdoll1
Darcy & Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley by Linda Berdoll2
The Darcys: The Ruling Passion by Linda Berdoll3

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  1. An Assembly Such as This by Pamela Aidan (2003)
  2. Mr. Darcy's Diary by Amanda Grange (2005)
  3. Darcys & the Bingleys by Marsha Altman (2008)
  4. Mr. Darcy's Daughters by Elizabeth Aston (2003)
  5. Darcy's Story by Janet Aylmer (1996)
  6. Mr. & Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy by Sharon Lathan (2006)
  7. Mr. Darcy Presents His Bride by Helen Halstead (2007)
  8. Letters from Pemberley: The First Year by Jane Dawkins (1999)
  9. The Pemberley Chronicles by Rebecca Ann Collins (2008)
  10. Impulse & Initiative: What if Mr. Darcy had Set Out to Win Elizabeth's Heart? by Abigail Reynolds (2007)
  11. Mr. Darcy's Undoing (A Pride and Prejudice Variation) by Abigail Reynolds (2011)
  12. The Confession of Fitzwilliam Darcy by Mary Street (1999)
  13. Pride and Prescience: or, A Truth Universally Acknowledged by Carrie Bebris (2004)
  14. Darcy's Passions: Pride and Prejudice Retold Through His Eyes by Regina Jeffers (2007)
  15. The Man Who Loved Jane Austen by Sally Smith O'Rourke (2006)

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