Pride and Prejudice Continued

For all you Jane Austen fans, this list will keep you amused and truly diverted! I believe Miss Austen herself would enjoy these novels and mysteries.

Mr. Darcy's Daughters

By Elizabeth Aston

Go to catalog

Picking up twenty years after Pride and Prejudice left off, Mr. Darcy's Daughters begins in the year 1818. Elizabeth and Darcy have gone to Constantinople, giving us an opportunity to get to know their five daughters, who have left the sheltered surroundings of Pemberley for a few months in London. While the eldest, Letitia, frets and the youngest, Alethea, practices her music, twins Georgina and Belle flirt and frolic their way through parties and balls and Camilla -- levelheaded and independent -- discovers what joys and sorrows the city has to offer an intelligent young woman.

Reserve this title

An Assembly Such As This

By Pamela Aidan

Go to catalog

Taking the reader into the world of one of Jane Austen's most famous characters, Fitzwilliam D'arcy, Pamela Aidan begins her tale by introducing her readers to Darcy during his first visit to Herfordshire. This first book takes us up to the disastrous ball at Netherfield and Darcy's return to London.
Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman: Book 1.
Others in the series: Book 2; Duty and Desire, and Book 3; These Three Remain.

Reserve this title

The Plight of the Darcy Brothers: a Tale of Siblings and Surprises

By Marsha Altman

Go to catalog

The Darcys and the Bingleys are plunged into married life and its many accompanying challenges.

Reserve this title

Mr. Darcy, Vampyre

By Amanda Grange

Go to catalog

A delightfully thrilling, paranormal Pride and Prejudice sequel, full of danger, darkness and deep romantic love.

Reserve this title

The Pemberley Chronicles: a Companion Volume to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

By Rebecca Ann Collins

Go to catalog

Begins after the wedding of Elizabeth and Darcy and follows their relationship and that of Jane and Bingley, as they cope with the changes, joys, and tragedies in their lives.

Reserve this title

Letters From Pemberley: the First Year

By Jane Dawkins

Go to catalog

Elizabeth Bennet, now Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy and mistress of Pemberley, finds herself in a very different league of wealth and privilege.

Reserve this title

The Darcys: Scenes from Married Life

By Phyllis Furley

Go to catalog

At Pemberley, Elizabeth is somewhat oppressed by the weight of centuries of tradition. Furthermore, she is scrutinised by formidable senior members of Darcy's family. Those amiable family members, sister, Georgiana, and cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam, are ready for marriage. (To each other?) The greatest challenge is unforeseen. A shadow from Darcy's past looks to darken the future.

Reserve this title

Two Shall Become One: Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy

By Sharon Lathan

Go to catalog

Starting where Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice ended, this is the story of the marriage and growing relationship between Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet.

Reserve this title

The Matters at Mansfield, or, the Crawford Affair

By Carrie Bebris

Go to catalog

Following the birth of their first child, Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy are looking forward to enjoying life at Pemberley, but family commitments draw them away to Mansfield Park. While there, the Darcys get involved with marriage arrangements, star-crossed lovers, deceit, mistaken identity, and even murder.

Reserve this title

An Assembly Such as This

By Pamela Aidan

Go to catalog

Taking the reader into the world of one of Jane Austen's most famous characters, Fitzwilliam D'arcy, Pamela Aidan begins her tale by introducing her readers to Darcy during his first visit to Herfordshire.

Reserve this title