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Abduction. Rescue. Can passion heal their wounds?

Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy enjoy meeting in secret as master and mistress. But when Elizabeth is abducted on the road to their rendezvous, can Mr. Darcy find his wife in time? And if so, will passion heal their wounds?

Find out in Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous, a steamy Pride and Prejudice variation of 11,500 words, filled with danger, romance, and sensual moments between our favorite couple, all perfect for an evening read. 

Note: This is a sequel to Mrs. Darcy’s Masque Seduction. Each story stands alone, but are even better together. 

If you love sensual Pride & Prejudice variations, grab Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous today!

Chapter 2

Mr. Darcy arrived early at the posting inn, his body tingling with anticipation of meeting his mistress and wife. It had been ten days since he had kissed her, ten days since he had brought her to shuddering pleasure, and ten days since he had lost himself in her glorious heat. Ten days was ten days too long, handling business in town which he could have ignored.

Especially Wickham’s hair-brained shipping scheme.

Darcy had arranged for the best room the posting inn had, and after paying his fees and having a footman put his things in his room, he went to the waiting area to have coffee and await Miss Eliza, his wife and mistress.

An hour became two and three. The storm, which had threatened, unleashed fury. Had the roads been too muddy for Elizabeth to pass? He knew the road his wife would take to arrive here. As much as he enjoyed their game, it was not as important as ensuring he knew his wife was well. And if something had delayed Elizabeth at Pemberley, then better to meet her there, charade or no.

At half-four, from outside came shouts.

The posting inn was at the edge of the main street. The market town was situated along the road, which allowed the village a great deal of traffic and contributed to its prosperity.

Darcy stepped out of the posting inn and onto the muddy thoroughfare.

The noise was not, as expected, a minor altercation between villagers; instead, a group of men were trying to take hold of a driverless carriage.

Darcy’s guts froze. The carriage was his. He ran to it. “Elizabeth!” he shouted. But there was no response.

What happened to the driver and footman? The carriage itself was damaged, the left side scraped and scarred. One door had torn off, and the other swung, rapping against the frame as carriage moved.

Darcy called out again, “Elizabeth!”

Four village men had caught hold of the carriage, one leaping into the driver seat to pull the horses to a halt.

One of the village men called out, “Is this yours?”

“My wife was to meet me here,” Darcy said, climbing into the carriage. No sign of Elizabeth. “I have to find her!”

If it was highwaymen, they might have taken Elizabeth for ransom. But if they had done that, would they not have taken the carriage, with two fine mounts, which would fetch a good price if sold?

It hardly mattered. If they demanded a ransom, he would pay. He had money. He would spend it to ensure his wife safely returned.

But if there had been another mishap, if Elizabeth had been in the carriage and come to harm, perhaps been thrown and now lay, near death, at the roadside… Darcy could not wait.

He turned to one of the men and said, “I need a horse. Now. Please.”

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Abduction. Rescue. Can passion heal their wounds?

Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy enjoy meeting in secret as master and mistress. But when Elizabeth is abducted on the road to their rendezvous, can Mr. Darcy find his wife in time? And if so, will passion heal their wounds?

Find out in Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous, a steamy Pride and Prejudice variation of 11,500 words, filled with danger, romance, and sensual moments between our favorite couple, all perfect for an evening read. 

Note: This is a sequel to Mrs. Darcy’s Masque Seduction. Each story stands alone, but are even better together. 

If you love sensual Pride & Prejudice variations, grab Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous today!

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Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous – Chapter 1

The afternoon sky hung gray and heavy over Pemberley, an ill portent for the afternoon ride to the posting inn and an excellent one for the evening with her husband. After ten days apart, Elizabeth would spend the evening tangled in Mr. Darcy’s arms as the rain pounded the posting inn’s roof.

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Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous – Chapter 2

Mr. Darcy arrived early at the posting inn, his body tingling with anticipation of meeting his mistress and wife. It had been ten days since he had kissed her, ten days since he had brought her to shuddering pleasure, and ten days since he had lost himself in her glorious heat. Ten days was ten days too long, handling business in town which he could have ignored.

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Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous – Chapter 3

Alistair Grimes missed London. He and his crew had made a pretty penny snatching up toff ladies and ransoming them back to their families before, inevitably, word would spread and the young ladies would be ruined.

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Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous – Chapter 4

Elizabeth picked up her skirts and ran. The rain fell harder, rolling down her face and stinging her eyes. Branches and wet leaves made moving difficult, but she gathered up her skirts and kept moving. At least her love of walking in the country made it easier for to pick her path.

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Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous – Chapter 6

The rain eased. Elizabeth’s frock was now damp instead of soaking. The sun soon would set, and what little light filtered through the seam of the shuttered window and holes in the thatch above would fade. If Elizabeth meant to stay the night, which she would have to, she needed light.

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Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous – Chapter 7

Darcy straddled the footman. His fury ran cold, a burning ice that made him want to hurt the man again. Elizabeth was here, and as much as he wanted to hear Mr. Grimes’ bones crunch beneath his feet, his wife deserved better. Elizabeth had married a gentleman, not a thug like this waste of humanity beneath him.

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Darcy’s Stolen Rendezvous – Chapter 8

The carriage began to move. Elizabeth, across from her husband, felt cold and suddenly alone. She stood and crossed the distance between them and nestled at his side. He slipped his arm around her, and she rested her cheek on his chest.

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Darcy found the fair-haired twit in a gambling hell in London. He was one of six at a crowded table playing All Fours. In his left hand, he held a cigar. A half-empty glass of whiskey sat on the table at his right. He lifted his bottom card, looked up, and smiled.

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