The Ballad of Gregoire Darcy: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Continues
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Marsha Altman., & Marsha Altman|AUTHOR. (2011). The Ballad of Gregoire Darcy: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Continues . Ulysses Press.

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WHIRLWIND OF PEMBERLEY



The comings and goings on their grand estate present endless challenges for Elizabeth and Darcy. Can they avoid scandal given the recent arrival of Mr. Darcy's illegitimate brother Grégoire, Mr. Bennet's advancing years, the younger George Wickham's coming of age, and Dr. Maddox's departure from his position with the Prince Regent even as his many secrets threaten to be discovered?



COURTSHIP OF MARY BENNET



After her disastrous trip to the continent resulted in a passionate romance and an unintended child, Mary Bennet finds herself back in England, living with the shameful title of unwed mother. Having given up on ever finding love, Mary is shocked to find herself pursued by a proper gentleman. Either his intentions are true, or Mary is being led astray by her heart once gain . . . 



TORMENT OF GRÉGOIRE DARCY



Leaving his sheltered, peaceful life at a Benedictine cloister, Grégoire enters a world he never imagined. Thrust into Regency England's secular society, Grégoire is overwhelmed. He struggles to stay true to himself while finding his place as a single man in a culture obsessed with matrimony.



"Diverse, engaging, and cool . . . The story drips with spirit and intrigue while unique characters, characters who still somehow manage to stay in the realm of Jane Austen's originals, carouse and laugh and pray their way around their various estates." -Austenprose
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