Will an accident result in a Christmas miracle?
When Elizabeth Bennet escapes out of doors in the aftermath of a most unwanted proposal, an injured Charles Bingley is the last person she expects to see. That is, until she discovers the handsome, insufferable Mr. Darcy loitering near the road to Longbourn several hours later.
When Fitzwilliam Darcy flees Netherfield to escape Bingley’s sisters, he has no intention of finding himself at Longbourn in the presence of the intriguing woman he is desperate to forget. But accidents have a way of revealing hidden truths, and soon he doesn’t know how he could ever bear to leave her.
An Accidental Holiday is the first standalone novella in the Accidental Love Series. If you enjoy funny stories with smitten heroes, clever heroines, and more than a dash of romance in the regency world of Pride and Prejudice, this is the series for you.
"Melanie Rachel is an excellent author, and she’s hit the jackpot again with this book, for the plot in particular is excellent and completely holds your attention. Highly recommend."
Not much in Fitzwilliam Darcy’s life has been unexpected.
As an officer in His Majesty’s service, Darcy’s life is completely mapped out before a letter from home sets him on a new path. He has inherited his family’s fortune, but as the former master’s great-nephew, he is not certain why.
With his cousin Richard Fitzwilliam in tow, Darcy visits his former commanding officer to learn what it takes to run an estate. He is quickly captivated by one of Bennet’s many daughters, but he fights the attraction. His new duties require his full attention.
Elizabeth Bennet has grown up as a general’s daughter, not a pampered country miss. Though her family has lived as gentry for several years, a part of her still longs for the freedoms her former life afforded.
Despite his insulting speech and gruff manners, Elizabeth suspects that the clever, handsome Mr. Darcy is as anxious to find his place in the world as she. Yet she must be reasonable. With his wealth and family connections to the peerage, Mr. Darcy would never consider her.
When trouble comes to Longbourn, can Darcy and Elizabeth conquer their reservations and fight this battle--together?
Someone wants Elizabeth Bennet dead. It’s all Fitzwilliam Darcy’s fault.
Elizabeth Bennet wants the truth from Mr. Darcy. When she follows him from the ballroom to insist upon it, she becomes an unwilling witness to a scandalous scene. And for once, she cannot blame Mr. Darcy for disdaining his company, not even when he departs Netherfield in the middle of the ball.
When Darcy returns to London, he leaves both Miss Elizabeth Bennet and his growing infatuation for her behind--or so he believes. For soon, their paths cross again under the most painful of circumstances.
Elizabeth suddenly finds herself dependent upon Mr. Darcy. With the gradual unveiling of his character, she is surprised by a burgeoning affection for him. Will her heart survive their inevitable parting? Thrust together out of necessity, Elizabeth and Darcy must discover the culprit responsible for their predicament.
But whoever has harmed Elizabeth is still looking for her, and Darcy cannot hide her forever.
"Action, mysteries, new good characters, excellent writing and Lizzy uses a fork for a defensive weapon.
I really enjoyed every bit of the book."