P. O. Dixon

P. O. Dixon . . .   is a writer as well as an entertainer. Historical England and its days of yore fascinate her. She, in particular, loves the Regency period with its strict mores and oh so proper decorum. Her ardent appreciation of Jane Austen’s timeless works set her on the writer’s journey. Dixon delights in weaving diverting tales of gallant gentlemen on horseback and the women they love.



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Somebody Else's Gentleman (Pride and Prejudice Variations Romantic Escapes Book 2)
“Seldom, very seldom, does complete truth belong to any human disclosure; seldom can it happen that something is not a little disguised or a little mistaken.” ~Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

By all appearances, Mr. Darcy is the rightful property of a wealthy young lady in London. Why else would he remain silent on the subject if it was not true?

What happens once he arrives in Hertfordshire and lays eyes on the bewitching Miss Elizabeth Bennet? What if the young lady from town is Miss Caroline Bingley and she decides to befriend Elizabeth?

In the ensuing game of love which young lady will end up in Mr. Darcy’s arms?
Something to Think Of (Pride and Prejudice Variations Romantic Escapes Book 1)
“Next to being married, a girl likes to be crossed in love a little now and then. It is something to think of and gives her a sort of distinction among her companions.” ~Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

Miss Elizabeth Bennet is suffering something akin to regret having refused Mr. Darcy’s proposal because of his interference in Jane’s relationship with Mr. Bingley. Indeed, her sister has a new love interest—the charming Mr. Hemmingsworth. Moreover, Mr. Hemmingsworth has a brother—an identical twin.

Will a second chance at love for Jane lead to a second chance at love for Elizabeth too?
Wait for Love: A Short Story (Satisfying Pride and Prejudice Variations Short Story Escapes)
“You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.” ~Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

The short story setting is Hunsford on the night of Mr. Darcy’s proposal. Imagine if Darcy offers his hand in a more gentleman-like manner. Imagine if Elizabeth is more attracted to Mr. Darcy than she cares to let on—that is before she learns about his part in separating her sister and his friend. Will he stand a chance of winning Elizabeth’s heart?

Wait for Love is an engaging short story written in the same style as bestselling A Tender Moment except rather steamier.
Christmas, Love and Mr. Darcy (A Pride and Prejudice Variation)
“I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, or the look, or the words, which laid the foundation. It is too long ago. I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun.” ~Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

Mr. Darcy is tired of being alone for the holidays, and he is determined to do something about it.

Miss Elizabeth Bennet has never desired Mr. Darcy’s good opinion, and yet she arrives in London for the Twelfth Night ball and soon learns he is bestowing it, most ardently. Elizabeth was not looking for love, but what happens when love comes looking for her? Is the proud gentleman from Derbyshire someone with whom she can trust her heart?

Christmas, Love & Mr. Darcy is a delightfully engaging novella that reimagines Jane Austen’s timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice. The story combines just enough of the old to satisfy your want of nostalgia and enough of the new to quench your desire for another romantic escape with Darcy and Elizabeth.

The tale begins one Christmas and concludes the next. When it comes to falling in love, it’s what happens in between that makes all the difference. Grab your copy today!
Most Ardently, Most Unknowingly in Love (A Pride and Prejudice Variation)
“It is always incomprehensible to a man that a woman should ever refuse an offer of marriage.” ~Jane Austen

Separate late-night encounters at Netherfield embroil the two eldest Bennet daughters in scandals. One scandal is exposed. The other is meant to be a secret. However, both ladies and the respective gentlemen must deal with the consequences of their actions.

In the case of Miss Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, he confesses to being most ardently in love with her. She is rather conflicted.

Is Elizabeth unknowingly in love with Darcy? What will it take before she realizes it? Will she be too late?
A Favorite Daughter (A Pride and Prejudice Variation)
Mr. Bennet had very often wished that, instead of spending his whole income, he had laid by an annual sum for the better provision of his children, and of his wife, if she survived him. Alas, he did not live long enough to do it.

After her father’s untimely death, Miss Elizabeth Bennet reads a letter from him in which he tasks her with the protection of her family. Elizabeth is willing to do everything in her power to fulfill her father’s dying wish, even if it means marrying a man she cannot love.

There is, however, one man whom she can love. Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy. The two start out as friends, but Mr. Darcy wants more. Much more. Surely Elizabeth will not always sacrifice her own happiness for the sake of her family. Or will she?
Gravity: Shades of Mr. Darcy (A Pride and Prejudice Variation)
Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy is a single man of a large fortune who stands to gain even more wealth and power with the advent of his marriage to his cousin, the sole heiress of Rosings Park. It is his destiny. His family expects the union. He is determined to let nothing stand in his way.

Upon accepting an offer to spend the summer at Pemberley, Miss Elizabeth Bennet believed she was in no danger from Mr. Darcy. The two of them met in London and barely tolerated each other. But what happens at Pemberley could not possibly have occurred in London, and it does not take long for Elizabeth to discover that she is indeed in grave danger of falling in love with the gentleman.

What about the gentleman’s feelings? Will Mr. Darcy remain steady to his purpose and marry his wealthy cousin, or will his desire for Elizabeth make him realize his true purpose is about to unfold?
Christmas Sealed with a Kiss: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
This holiday-inspired short story combines familiar elements of Jane Austen’s classic to satisfy your want of nostalgia and lots of delightful twists throughout to quench your desire for another romantic escape with Darcy and Elizabeth.

Christmas Sealed with a Kiss begins the morning after the Netherfield ball. Discover what might have happened if instead of going to London on business the very next day, Charles Bingley had decided to remain in Hertfordshire? Indeed, what if Netherfield had not gone unoccupied throughout the Christmas season?

How might Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy react in the wake of this change of plans? Having asked Miss Elizabeth Bennet to dance with him at the Netherfield ball, will he continue to feign indifference toward the bewitching young woman for the duration of his stay in Hertfordshire? Or will he seize the chance to earn Elizabeth’s good opinion and possibly something more?

Elizabeth could not be more delighted by the prospect of her older sister, Jane, capturing all that remained unclaimed of Mr. Bingley’s heart. In doing her part to help bring it about, will Elizabeth unknowingly capture his friend Mr. Darcy’s heart as well?
Expecting His Wife: A Darcy and Elizabeth Love Story
Miss Elizabeth Bennet has accepted Mr. Darcy’s proposal. Wedding plans are well underway. What could possibly go wrong?

What happens when Elizabeth’s Hertfordshire relations and Mr. Darcy’s aristocratic relations come face to face? Is the couple’s abiding love enough to ensure their path to happily ever after, or will a mishap or two get in their way?
The Means of Uniting Them: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
“If gratitude and esteem are good foundations of affection, Elizabeth’s change of sentiment will be neither improbable nor faulty.” –Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

When Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennet meet by accident at Pemberley, they fall violently in love with each other. What is the consequence of their hastened understanding? Will the young lovers face it together, or will they be torn apart?
Together in Perfect Felicity: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
“Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance.” –Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

Miss Elizabeth Bennet believes the state of matrimony is not something to be entered into lightly. She is determined to do anything rather than marry without affection. On the other hand, indulging her cousin’s fanciful marital scheme is harmless enough. What does she have to lose? Other than perhaps her heart?

Fitzwilliam Darcy had never been so bewitched by any woman as he was by Elizabeth. Owing to the inferiority of her circumstances in comparison to his own, he makes up his mind to admire her from afar.

The mind, however, does not always rule, especially in the game of love. Will Darcy lose his heart to Elizabeth, and in so doing, end up winning hers?
Which That Season Brings: A Pride and Prejudice Christmas Novella
Broken promises often lead to disappointed hopes and dreams and even broken hearts.

Such was the aftermath of the Netherfield party’s departure from Hertfordshire on the heels of the ball. What if Mr. Darcy returns with his friend Mr. Bingley to Hertfordshire during the Christmas season?

Darcy’s reasoning is sound. He simply means to be of service to his lovesick friend. There’s also the matter of wanting to protect Miss Elizabeth Bennet from his nemesis, George Wickham.

What if Darcy’s true motive is of a rather more personal nature—one that he is not even aware of himself?

When asked, by those who know her best, how she feels about Mr. Darcy’s return, Elizabeth insists his reasons can have nothing at all to do with her. Blinded by her dislike of the proud gentleman from almost the first moment of their acquaintance, will Elizabeth finally see what others see when the season brings Mr. Darcy and her back together again?
A Night with Mr. Darcy to Remember: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
A titillating tale of two strangers in the night. Because now and then, a short and steamy romantic escape with our dear couple is what you’re searching for.

Long after the Netherfield household has retired, a servant shows Mr. Darcy to an apartment thought to be unoccupied. The gentleman is more than capable of attending himself for the night, and thus the servant is dismissed. What is Darcy to do when he discovers someone else in his bed?

Feeling as though she is carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders, with no one to help see her through, Elizabeth awakens from a restless slumber to find a stranger in the room. Utterly disappointed in her life, she is poised to embark on a path destined to cause her misery of the acutest kind mainly for the sake of her family. Will Elizabeth put her own needs above everything else – if only for one night?

Does Elizabeth dare spend her life forever regretting what might have been, or does she choose a night with Mr. Darcy to remember?
Designed for Each Other: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Make room, Mrs. Bennet. It’s Charlotte’s turn to play matchmaker for Mr. Darcy and her intimate friend, Elizabeth.

Mr. Darcy has a second chance to court Miss Elizabeth Bennet after his disastrous marriage proposal, thanks largely to Mrs. Collins’s timely intervention. As a result of an incident at Rosings, Darcy and Elizabeth find themselves suddenly engaged to each other.

Elizabeth respects Mr. Darcy. She likes him very much. But, what if she fears she is not indeed in love with the gentleman? What if Elizabeth is persuaded she does not really know what love is?

Darcy’s heart belongs to Elizabeth. What must he do to convince her that her heart belongs to him?
Irrevocably Gone: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
From almost the first moment Mr. Darcy beheld Miss Elizabeth Bennet, his heart was irrevocably gone. But will he admit it? What will it take to make him realize he wants to spend his life with her? A proposal from another man? A second proposal from yet another?

What of Elizabeth? Will she obey her own heart’s yearning? Can she afford to wait for love?
By Reason, By Reflection, By Everything
“The promise, therefore, was given and must be performed.” – Jane Austen

What if Mr. Thomas Bennet’s first-born daughter is promised to the elder Mr. Darcy’s first-born son? Are promises made always promises kept? Or is a love like Fitzwilliam Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s destined to prevail?
Miss Elizabeth Bennet: Where the Heart Lives
❝A wealthy gentleman who imperils his life to rescue a young gentlewoman from a burning building must secretly harbor the desire to make said young woman his wife.❞

Mr. Darcy emerges as a hero in Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s eyes almost from the start. With such a beginning, one might think the journey to happily ever after for Jane Austen’s beloved couple would be absent any bumps in the road. On the contrary. There are quite a few fires to be put out along the way.
Impertinent Strangers: A Pride and Prejudice Story
Insults and Disdain. Intrigue and Desire.

An impertinent stranger is thrown into Fitzwilliam Darcy’s path and, even though he declares her tolerable but not handsome enough to tempt him, it is all he can do not to think of her.

Upon first making Mr. Darcy’s acquaintance, Miss Elizabeth Bennet is quite fascinated with him. Then she discovers that the gentleman is haughty and above his company, and she wants nothing to do with him.

Still, the prospect of spending time in each other’s company is beyond their power to resist. Will Darcy and Elizabeth stop denying the truth to themselves and find in the other what’s been missing in their lives?
Dearest, Loveliest Elizabeth
The Darcys are happily married, and it’s time for Elizabeth to take her place among Derbyshire society. Will the Bennets’ arrival at Pemberley usher in a period of discontent for the newlyweds?

What of Darcy’s relations? What manner of mischief ensues when a cousin whom Darcy theretofore never knew existed comes to Derbyshire intent on securing his place in the family?

Discover what happens after the happily-ever-after ending of Miss Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
As Good as a Lord
Elizabeth had intended to tell no one about Mr. Darcy’s proposal. At length, she confided in her dearest sister, Jane. It was meant to be their secret, but secrets have a way of getting found out.

What happens when Mrs. Bennet learns that her headstrong daughter has refused the hand of a second respectable man in less than six months?

Darcy is determined to put his disastrous proposal to Miss Elizabeth Bennet behind him by filling the empty space in his life that can only be occupied by a wife. A chance meeting with Elizabeth at Pemberley gives him pause. Elizabeth may be the only woman in his heart, but she is not the only woman in his life.

Will Darcy adhere to his original plan to find another, or will he follow his heart?
To Refuse Such a Man
“The last thing Mr. Darcy expected was to meet the woman whose nearness caused him to entertain ideas of what it would be like to know her as his wife.”

The first chapters of this titillating Pride and Prejudice ‘what-if’ story recapture some of those essentials from canon during Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s stay at Netherfield Park, largely from Mr. Darcy’s perspective. The life-changing repercussions of what happened during that time begin to unfold at the conclusion of the Netherfield ball.

Miss Elizabeth Bennet must decide whether to accept or refuse a proposal from the last man in the world whom she could be prevailed on to marry. At least two unhappy alternatives are also before her: certain scandal and her mother’s disapprobation. Is there a path to happily ever after in wake of an alliance born out of such circumstances?
Bewitched, Body and Soul: Miss Elizabeth Bennet
Determined to right a wrong against her family, Elizabeth ventures to town to reunite her sister with her lover. In so doing, will she end up losing her own heart?

Determined to discover the reason for Bingley’s hasty departure from Netherfield, Elizabeth goes to town in Jane’s stead. Her initial scheme having been thwarted and with nowhere else to go, she turns to one who is sure to put her in Bingley’s path–Mr. Darcy.

Darcy realizes it will take more than time and distance to erase the memory of the beguiling country miss. When she arrives unescorted on his doorstep, will he help her? Or will he soon discover he is in grave danger of falling as much in love with her as ever before?

And what of his best friend’s younger sister who has long had Darcy in her sights? Will Darcy pursue the young lady who meets Society’s expectations of just what the next mistress of Pemberley ought to be or will he follow his heart?
Love Will Grow: A Pride and Prejudice Story
Miss Elizabeth Bennet befriends Miss Anne de Bourgh, a wealthy heiress. Elizabeth has no fortune, no connections—nothing to recommend her except her wit and charm and her good nature. She agrees to aid Anne in her quest to secure a marriage proposal from her haughty, aristocratic cousin, Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley and Derbyshire. How could Elizabeth know the gentleman has his heart set upon another?

Darcy barely acknowledges his cousin’s existence. He knows what his family expects of him, but he never suspected that Anne harbored those foolish hopes. He only has eyes for Elizabeth, the charming and witty young woman he mistakenly believes is expecting an offer of marriage. Truth be told, Elizabeth does not even like the proud man—at least, not in the beginning.
Still a Young Man: Darcy Is In Love
Widowed after six months of marriage, an older Elizabeth is determined to leave her past behind and enjoy life to its fullest, on her own terms. Charming, witty, and engaging, she is widely admired by all. However, everything is not as it seems. She harbours a secret.

The beautiful widow captivates a younger Mr. Darcy. He knows her better than she knows herself. He struggles to break through her protective barriers, the most daunting being her tightly held conviction that she will never marry again.

Refusing to suffer anyone’s pity, the heroine hides the unpleasant truth of her forced marriage from everyone. Having observed the mourning period for a deceased husband she did not love, she looks forward to enjoying a Season in town.

Her liveliness, her beauty, and her charms attract the notice of unscrupulous people posing as friends. There’s only one man able to help her navigate the treacherous waters of the ton.
Only a Heartbeat Away: Pride and Prejudice Novella
Long before he and she meet, Miss Elizabeth Bennet entertains notions of Mr. Darcy as being good-natured, compassionate, and exceedingly handsome. Indeed, everything a gentleman ought to be.

In light of the ardent disdain that he incites in her family and friends at the Meryton assembly, reconciling her favorable impression of him proves deeply unsettling. Hence she goes about making out his true nature.

Boasting to the gentleman of an acquaintance with his worst enemy hardly recommends her to him. Tempestuous sparks promise to ignite into passionate flames as Darcy and Elizabeth endeavor to sketch each other’s character.
A Lasting Love Affair: Darcy and Elizabeth
Darcy was not looking to fall in love. He thought he had it all: wealth, privilege, and ardent passion for his sport. Then he meets Miss Elizabeth Bennet, and soon thereafter he knows that she is the woman with whom he is destined to spend his life.

Having suffered a traumatic loss, Elizabeth knows the pain of heartache. She is determined to shield herself against forming strong attachments so she might never feel that way again. Then Mr. Darcy comes along, and he has a way of melting all her defenses.
'Tis the Season for Matchmaking: A Lasting Love Affair Continues
It’s Christmas time of year in Derbyshire, with hints of matchmaking in the air.

If newlywed Mrs. Elizabeth Darcy has her way, two of her most deserving guests will find their way to each other and soon know the joy that she and her adoring husband, Mr. Darcy, share.

Elizabeth is not the only one playing matchmaker. When it comes to games of the heart, who will lose and who will win?
So Far Away (Pride and Prejudice Everything Will Change Book 2)
Now that Elizabeth knows the truth about her past, she has returned to Longbourn. Wanting to reclaim her rightful place in the lives of her Bennet relations, she needs time before considering a life far away in Derbyshire with Mr. Darcy.

He promised he would wait for her for as long as it takes. With so much distance between the two of them the question soon became how long is too long.

When at last Darcy and Elizabeth are reunited in Hertfordshire, allegations and misunderstandings threaten to tear them apart. The question now becomes how much is too much.
Lady Elizabeth (Pride and Prejudice Everything Will Change Book 1)
Elizabeth lives a charmed life or so it seems. Despite her noble relations and all the wealth and privileges entailed, there’s something missing.

During his stay at Netherfield Park in Hertfordshire, Darcy learns of a tragedy that befell the Bennets, a family from a neighboring estate, over a decade prior. One of the Bennet daughters vanished in broad daylight from the streets of Lambton.

Will Darcy unravel the mystery behind the disappearance of the second-born Bennet daughter? What if it means losing the one woman who has captured his heart?
Lady Harriette: Fitzwilliam's Heart and Soul (Untold Book 3)
Lady Harriette: Fitzwilliam’s Heart and Soul is a fast-paced, wonderfully engaging Regency romance. Inspired by To Have His Cake (and Eat it Too): Mr. Darcy’s Tale, the provocative Pride and Prejudicevariation, this story has all the passion you might expect of a worldly gentleman violently in love, along with enough mischief and intrigue to keep you turning the pages.

Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam enjoyed making light of Darcy’s deep affection for Miss Elizabeth Bennet in what seemed destined to be an unrequited love. After Darcy won Elizabeth’s heart and made her his wife, Richard continued his wont of taunting his love-sick friend.

Now, the proverbial shoe is on the other foot. It’s Darcy’s turn to make light of Richard’s struggles to prove himself worthy of pleasing the woman in his life. Can Richard stay true to his purpose or will the worrisome winds of ill fate intervene?
What He Would Not Do (Untold Book 2)
This romantic tale begins where To Have His Cake (and Eat It Too), the amorous, provocative, and entertaining adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, finished.

Having overcome the many seeming obstacles to marrying Miss Elizabeth Bennet, his former employee and the woman of his dreams, Fitzwilliam Darcy must now reaffirm his promise to be a man truly worthy of her affections.

Intended for Mature Audiences. Contains explicit scenes between consenting adults.
To Have His Cake (and Eat It Too): Mr. Darcy's Tale (Untold Book 1)
This amorous, provocative, and at times tumultuous tale, illustrates Mr. Darcy as a wealthy young man of sense and education, as well as considerable worldly experience–not at all uncommon for Regency era gentlemen of his social standing. He is his own master. He enjoys his lifestyle and has no particular desire to marry at all.

That is, until he renews his acquaintance with Miss Elizabeth Bennet–her own circumstances greatly diminished pursuant to the sudden and tragic death of her father.

To Have His Cake (and Eat It Too) tells of Mr. Darcy’s journey from a man who, indeed, is proud and haughty, to one who seeks to please a woman worthy of being pleased.

Intended for Mature Audiences. Contains explicit scenes between consenting adults.
Hope and Sensibility (Darcy and the Young Knight's Quest Book 3)
Being the new father of a precocious little boy is but one of the challenges Darcy faces in this delightful sequel to He Taught Me to Hope. Extended family and friends—old and new—also demand their share of attention.

Join Darcy, Elizabeth, and Ben on a diverting adventure, which picks up where The Mission ends. Travel with them to Kent, and then Hertfordshire, and finally back to Derbyshire and enjoy young Ben’s exploits along the way.
The Mission: He Taught Me to Hope Christmas Vignette (Darcy and the Young Knight's Quest Book 2)
Bennet Carlton captures our imaginations in the novel He Taught Me to Hope, Book One in the Darcy and the Young Knight’s Quest series.

Join the precocious young knight as he embarks upon a mission to bring his Bennet and Fitzwilliam relations to Pemberley for Christmas, and in so doing, teaches his family to hope.
He Taught Me To Hope (Darcy and the Young Knight's Quest Book 1)
What if Elizabeth is promised to another when she meets Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the one man who captures her heart and imagination like no other?

What’s more, Darcy has an entanglement of his own—an engagement of a peculiar kind. As dire as their chance for “happily ever after” seems, is there a measure of hope by way of a strong and enduring bond between them?
A Tender Moment: A Darcy and Elizabeth Short Story Book 3
What if two weeks after the Meryton assembly Darcy no longer wishes to deny his increasing fascination with the bewitching Miss Elizabeth Bennet and her amazing eyes? What if he’s the last man in the world she wishes to spend time with owing to his tendency of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time? Will he persuade her to give him another chance to earn her good opinion?
Expecting His Proposal: A Darcy and Elizabeth Short Story Book 2
In this diverting Pride and Prejudice short story, what if Darcy had not wounded Elizabeth’s pride by insulting her at the Meryton assembly and had danced with her instead? What if Elizabeth had refused to hear a negative word formed against Darcy by his former friend, George Wickham? What if Elizabeth had been so agreeably engaged with thoughts of the master of Pemberley that by the time his visit to Kent was drawing nearer to its end, she was indeed expecting his proposal?
Pride and Sensuality: A Darcy and Elizabeth Short Story Book 1
With his mind agreeably engaged on the pleasures that await him once he and his dearest, loveliest Elizabeth are man and wife, Darcy’s patience wanes, and he begins to wonder if he will ever find time alone with his betrothed.

Elizabeth is not oblivious of the discomfort Darcy must surely suffer. Not only does she have the key to his heart; she knows how to use it.
Almost Persuaded: Miss Mary King
Mary King admired George Wickham from the moment she first set eyes on him. Handsome and charismatic, he satisfied her every notion of what a consummate gentleman ought to be. She longed to garner his affection.

He, on the other hand, never once looked her way. What happens when Mary becomes an heiress of ten thousand pounds? As the adage goes, be careful what you wish for. In this engaging coming of age story, will Mary learn the meaning of this sentiment the hard way?

"Dixon has created a new variation of a classic favorite that is just as romantic and engaging as the original. In all, I foresee Dixon becoming more and more popular as people begin to discover her creative literary voice. I urge you to begin discovering her works on your own as they will be a delight to read."
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"...the intimate surprise between Darcy and Elizabeth at the end was just the right amount of steamy romance."
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"I have not been let down by one of P O Dixon's books yet, and I look forward to seeing what this creative author comes up with next."
✿ Leatherbound Reviews

"I found To Have His Cake (and Eat it Too) to be an imaginative, emotional, and exhilarating variation of Pride and Prejudice."
✿ Austenesque Reviews

"Bewitched, Body and Soul had all the essential elements of the original Pride and Prejudice story, but at each turn it was creatively manipulated on a new path that Dixon creates. With each plot development it was interesting to see how different characters said familiar lines. Instead of a common What-If? that inserts some change and then continues forward in an alternate universe often times changing completely, this one was uniquely similar."
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