Jane Austen Heroes Series by Amanda Grange

3.65 · 106 ratings
  • Mr. Darcy's Diary: A Novel (Jane Austen Heroes #1)
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    Mr. Darcy's Diary: A Novel (Jane Austen Heroes #1)

    Amanda Grange

    · 24 ratings · published 2005

    Mr. Darcy's Diary presents the story of the unlikely courtship of Elizabeth Bennett and Fitzwilliam Darcy from Darcy's point of view -- sharing his innermost thoughts and feelings. This graceful imagining and sequel to Pride and Prejudice explains Darcy's moodiness and the difficulties of his reluctant relationship as he struggles to avoid falling in love with Miss Bennett... more

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  • Mr. Darcy's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #1)
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    Mr. Darcy's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #1)

    Amanda Grange

    · 24 ratings · published 2007

    Monday 9th September ""I left London today and met Bingley at Netherfield Park. I had forgotten what good company he is; always ready to be pleased and always cheerful. After my difficult summer, it is good to be with him again. ..."" The only place Darcy could share his innermost feelings was in the private pages of his diary... Torn between his sense of duty to his family name and his growing passion for Elizabeth Bennet, all he can do is struggle not to fall in love. Mr... more

  • Mr. Knightley's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #2)
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    Mr. Knightley's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #2)

    Amanda Grange

    · 14 ratings · published 2007

    Relive Jane Austen's Emma - from Mr. Knightley's point of view. Between managing his estate and visiting his brother in London, Mr. Knightley is both exasperated and amused by his irresistibly beautiful, outrageously mischievous neighbor, Emma Woodhouse, whose misguided attempts at matchmaking are wreaking havoc in the village of Highbury. But when a handsome newcomer arrives and catches Emma's attention, Mr. Knightley is shocked by his reaction... more

  • Captain Wentworth's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #3)
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    Captain Wentworth's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #3)

    Amanda Grange

    · 14 ratings · published 2008

    Amanda Grange continues her series of much-loved Jane Austen retellings with "Captain Wentworth's Diary". It is 1806, and the Napoleonic wars are ravaging Europe. Frederick Wentworth, a brilliant young man with a flourishing career in the navy, is spending his shore leave in Somerset, where he meets and falls in love with Anne Elliot. The two become engaged, but Anne's godmother persuades Anne to change her mind, leaving Wentworth to go back to sea a bitter and disappointed man... more

  • Edmund Bertram's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #4)
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    Edmund Bertram's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #4)

    Amanda Grange

    · 10 ratings · published 2008

    The retelling of Jane Austen?s novel Mansfield Park from the point of view of Edmund Bertram?by the author of Mr. Knightley?s Diary and Captain Wentworth? Diary . At ten years of age, Fanny Price came to live with Edmund Bertram and his family at Mansfield Park. Far from the brat Edmund expected, Fanny became his closest confidante and dearest friend. But when the fashionable Crawford siblings? Henry and Mary?come to town, they captivate the Bertram family... more

  • Colonel Brandon's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #5)
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    Colonel Brandon's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #5)

    Amanda Grange

    · 12 ratings · published 2009

    A vibrant retelling of Sense and Sensibility, Grange's sweeping epic breathes new life into another of Austen's best-loved novels. At the age of eighteen, James Brandon's world is shattered when the girl he loves, Eliza, is forced to marry his brother. In despair, he joins the army and leaves England for the East Indies for the next several years. Upon his return, he finds Eliza in a debtor's prison... more

  • Henry Tilney's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #6)
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    Henry Tilney's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes #6)

    Amanda Grange

    · 8 ratings · published 2011

    A charming retelling of Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey--a tale of gothic misunderstandings through Henry Tilney's eyes... At the age of four and twenty, Henry is content with his life as a clergyman, leaving his older brother Frederick to inherit Northanger Abbey. But General Tilney is determined to increase the family's means by having all three of his children marry wealthy partners... more

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