Romance Variations

Mr Collins Will by Renata McMann & Summer Hanford

I continued right on with my Pride and Prejudice variations binge with Mr Collins Will. This one is available on Kindle Unlimited. It presents a unique variation of Pride and Prejudice.

A quote from Mr Collins Will by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford

This one starts at the Netherfield Ball. Mr Collins is there and rides home with Elizabeth, Lydia, and Mrs. Bennet. Mr Collins is drunk and proceeds to set the Bennets’ house on fire. While that is not a unique happenstance, it is unique in that he was drunk and taking coals to his room to warm it up. Mr Collins loses his life and the Bennets lose their house.

A quote from Mr Collins Will by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford

Mr. Darcy breakfasts with Mr. Bingley the day after the ball. Together they hear about the fire at the Bennets. Immediately they rush to see if they can help the Bennets. Darcy also tries to prevent Bingley from proposing to Jane, but alas, he fails at that mission.

Mr Collins Will by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In Mr Collins Will, Elizabeth inherits from Mr Collins, even though they were not betrothed. Lady Catherine is an entirely different character in this one. I rather liked her. Colonel Fitzwilliam is also different. In what way? Read to find out.


Mr Collins’ Will provides a different take on Pride and Prejudice. Mr Darcy does not leave Hertfordshire without Elizabeth. I enjoyed this one and this is on Kindle Unlimited.

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