A Vow of Convenience: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

by Anna Lockhart, A Lady


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A Vow of Convenience: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Anna Lockhart, A Lady
She gave up on the idea of marrying for love long ago…

Years have passed since Jane Bennet married Charles Bingley and Elizabeth’s own engagement to Collins was ended. Despite the insistence of her mother, Elizabeth can not bring herself to marry someone she has no feelings for, yet she knows such a thing may not be practical. Then, when financial troubles leave the future of Longbourn in question, Elizabeth realizes she may not have a choice but to marry, even without love.

He needed a wife and needed one immediately

Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy has called off his engagement to Anne de Bourgh. He can not allow her to become mistress of Pemberley, but if he does not marry someone else, his Aunt Catherine de Bourgh will never truly allow the engagement to end. Darcy needs a simple, uncomplicated woman who will make a good mistress of his family estate but will not complicate his life with love. When his good friend Charles Bingley reintroduces him to Elizabeth Bennet at a ball, he believes he has found the perfect woman to help execute his plan. There is no chance of falling in love with her… is there?

What begins as a marriage of convenience soon turns into something else entirely different… and neither Darcy nor Elizabeth might be prepared for what those changes mean.

A Vow of Convenience is a Pride and Prejudice variation that proves love can be found in the most unlikely places but will always lead to a happily ever after.


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A Vow of Convenience: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Anna Lockhart, A Lady