BioAlthough a writer of sweet+ Regency romance, Gianna Thomas, a native Texan, doesn’t hesitate to tackle some of the grittier events in life. Even back in Regency times, the world of that day experienced war, hatred, prejudice and crimes against women. And, we even see those things today. It seems that people don’t change.<br /> <br /> Romance, especially Regency romance, really appeals to Gianna, and she loves writing about it whether Pride and Prejudice variations with Darcy and Elizabeth, or love stories involving dukes and duchesses. And she is a prolific reader of Regency romance as well.<br />
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Darcy vs Bingley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (4 Ch)
What if Fitzwilliam Darcy didn’t shun Elizabeth Bennet at the Meryton Assembly? And what if he found that he was dealing with coup de foudre, love at first sight, of this delightful young woman? Caroline Bingley has pursued Mr. Darcy for a number of years, but to her chagrin he has refused to be caught. Jealous of the attention he showed to a country bumpkin at the assembly, she determined to compromise her guest at Netherfield and make him her own. But things went awry rapidly with disastrous results. How will this affect Darcy’s courtship of Elizabeth? And what kind of problems will George Wickham cause when he arrives on the scene? Read on about these Regency romances in this Pride and Prejudice Variation.
Lord Windmere: Regency Romance Novellas
The London rake known as Lord Windmere, Matthew Edmund Fremont, is on the prowl for a wife. He has always liked the younger sister of his best childhood friend, Robbie Thornton, but will he even consider Lady Jane? After all, she’s too young and too innocent for someone like him. But Lady Jane Anne Thornton has always had a tendre for her older brother’s friend, Matt. Their relationship, at a house party, seems to be going well until an enemy—who wants Lord Windmere for his wealth—interferes, and the consequences could be deadly. "I'm so excited about Gianna Thomas' ‘Four Lords' Saga’ Regency Romance! And her original characters are amazing. It all starts with a simple wager, and Lord Windmere can't wait to lose! Readers will delight in his downfall." ~ Kay Springsteen, Amazon #1 Bes
The Women of Longbourn – A Pride and Prejudice Variation: Regency Romance
This vagary short story supplements the information in ‘Darcy Chooses’ and begins a fortnight prior to the Meryton Assembly in the Spring with a slight overlap with ‘Darcy Chooses.’ A short story, ‘The Women of Longbourn’ takes a closer look at the Bennet family women and what their dreams may have included. And don't be surprised when you learn that even the female servants had dreams as well. Come along with Elizabeth Bennet as she records the aspirations of the Bennet women— and the female servants who care for their needs—during the fortnight prior to the Meryton Assembly. And enjoy Lizzy's comments that are interspersed in her journal with the family's interactions and how they may have differed with most families in the early 1800's in Regency England.
Regency Romance: The Four Lords’ Saga: Preview with Complete Book 1 (Regency Romance Novellas)
Regency England: Four young lords live for wine, women, and song and little responsibility. But then an incident occurs and they make a wager that they should wed by age thirty . . . and that these be love matches. Now, in this Regency Romance, all four lords are in one volume. Follow the trials and tribulations of these four young men as they search for the perfect wives. The London rake known as Lord Windmere, Matthew Edmund Fremont, is on the prowl for a wife. He has always liked the younger sister of his best childhood friend, Robbie Thornton, but will he even consider Lady Jane? After all, she’s too young and too innocent for someone like him. And the Regency Romance continues . . .