Romance Variations

Mr Darcy’s Christmas Bride by Elizabeth Goodrich

I kept right on with my Pride & Prejudice binge read with Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Bride. I don’t think I’ve read Elizabeth Goodrich before, but I thought it would be interesting to read this one, especially as I was reading it right before Christmas.

A quote from Mr Darcy's Christmas Bride by Elizabeth Goodrich

So this one changed something in Mr. Darcy’s past that caused him to not like Christmas. Elizabeth discovers this unlike and decides to do her best to help Mr. Darcy enjoy Christmas this year.

A quote from Mr Darcy's Christmas Bride by Elizabeth Goodrich

At the beginning of Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Bride, Jane is still sick and at Netherfield. Miss Bingley is admonishing Mr. Bingley for allowing a girl (Lydia) to choose the date for the ball. Elizabeth thinks that Lydia is most likely to choose Christmas or at least close enough to make it a Christmas ball.

Mr Darcy's Christmas Bride by Elizabeth Goodrich

Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)

In Mr Darcy’s Christmas Bride, Darcy and the Bingleys stay ay Netherfield through Christmas. They participate in many outings related to Christmas. As usual, there is the misunderstanding between Elizabeth and Darcy, but this one is very different from the others. Read to find out what that is.


Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Bride is a low angst, quick read. It’s perfect for those who just want a quick variation. It all takes place prior to Christmas so no Hunsford and no Pemberley. This is on Kindle Unlimited.

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