Bella Breen

Bella Breen . . .  is the author of over 11 published novels. A graduate of the University of South Dakota with a B.S. in computer science, she lives with her Welsh Corgi, Bengal cat and kitten Duchess of Destruction in the great plains.

Her favorite book has always been Pride and Prejudice and the best Mr. Darcy will always be Colin Firth.

Her hobbies include cross stitch, reading, gardening, calligraphy, painting, kayaking with her corgi and chasing the kitten.

Four Months to Wed: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
An epidemic. A forced marriage. Can love bloom?

Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s secret beau is in London when the epidemic strikes, a rare and deadly form of smallpox. Now, due to a new law, all unmarried men and women of age must wed by the end of the year. Elizabeth, in secret mourning, now must find a husband, but can any gentleman find a place in her broken heart?

When Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy joins his friend at Netherfield to find a wife, but her family is beneath him, so he sets his sights on another. But returning to Netherfield after attending his aunt, he finds his careful plans ruined.

And then the drama starts…

Can Mr. Darcy make amends for his insulting Elizabeth at the Meryton assembly? Will Elizabeth recover from an unexpected and heartbreaking surprise? Dare Mr. Darcy offer for the woman he desires?

This novel features the handsome and genial Col. Fitzwilliam visiting Meryton, an overly officious Mr. Collins, a strong-willed Lady Catherine de Bourgh asserting her opinions and a slow burn love story between Mr. Da
rcy and Elizabeth Bennet.
Mr. Darcy Goes to Brighton: A Pride and Prejudice Novella
An unexpected second chance . . . But will Lydia ruin it?

A much needed escape. . .
Mr. Darcy abruptly leaves Pemberley to avoid Miss Bingley’s matchmaking. Perhaps Brighton and Col. Fitzwilliam will distract him from the memories of Elizabeth Bennet. And the futility of improving himself for a woman who does not love him.

A Change of scenery. . .
Elizabeth, along with the Gardiners, accompany Lydia to Brighton in hopes of preventing trouble. Elizabeth’s secret hope is that the trip will help her get Mr. Darcy’s memory and her regretful words out of her head.

An unexpected second chance. . .
From the moment Mr. Darcy runs into Elizabeth, he vows to show that he has taken her words to heart and improved. Elizabeth is embarrassed, thinking he must hate her. But his warmth and genial nature has them grow close during their time in Brighton.

Will their yearning and love be enough to overcome their class differences? Or will her family’s behavior push Mr. Darcy away again . . . and this time forever?
Darcy's Cinderella: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Is Mr. Darcy Too Late?

While Mr. Darcy rushes to London to help Lydia avoid ruination, the unexpected death of their father throws Elizabeth Bennet’s future into doubt.

Elizabeth accepts the first position as a governess she can find—with the Countess of Bremont and her ward, Madeleine.

The Countess is crueler than she could have imagined, and Elizabeth finds herself a virtual prisoner alongside Madeleine. Elizabeth must devise a plan to free herself and her young friend from the Countess’s schemes. . .

Mr. Darcy searches for Elizabeth with the only information he has: her name and her position.
The Rescue of Elizabeth Bennet: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Elizabeth will marry Mr. Collins even if Mrs. Bennet has to drag her to the altar.

When Mr. Bennet dies, Mr. Collins takes over Longbourn. He shows his true character when he vows to force the Bennets from their home unless he is given Elizabeth Bennet’s hand in marriage.

Elizabeth, who has promised only to marry for love, refuses. But as her mother and sisters take increasingly drastic steps to force Elizabeth to wed, how long can she resist? Will Elizabeth make the ultimate sacrifice to save her family from being cast out?

Mr. Darcy fights his attraction to Elizabeth, but when he discovers Elizabeth is set to marry Mr. Collins, the next day, he must face his feelings before his love slips away. Can he rescue Elizabeth before it’s too late? And if so, will the pair of them survive Mr. Collins’ revenge?
Forced to Marry: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Forced to marry . . . even though they hate each other.

Elizabeth Bennet has just refused Mr. Darcy’s disastrous marriage proposal at Hunsford. Unfortunately, while strolling on the grounds of Rosing Park, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth find themselves hopelessly compromised — in full view of Mr. Collins, Col. Fitzwilliam and two society mavens!

Now, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are forced to wed — even though they are still angry at each other. Will they learn to set aside their pride and get along? Or are they doomed to suffer the worst marriage in all of England?
Pride and Prejudice and Secrets: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (The Poison Series Book 2)
Newly married Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy expect an uneventful life of bliss at Pemberley. Life, however, has other plans. . .

Between unexpected visitors, scandalous secrets, obnoxious in-laws, and Mr. Darcy’s humorous teasing of Elizabeth about a certain farm animal, their honeymoon never has a dull moment.

Then someone dies. . .
Pride and Prejudice and Poison: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (The Poison Series Book 1)
When Elizabeth Bennet becomes violently ill after an unexpected visit by Lady Catherine de Bourgh at Longbourn, her health deteriorates rapidly. Now, with Miss Elizabeth’s life on the line, Mr. Darcy is the only one with the connections and means to save her life. . .

Does Mr. Darcy bring help in time or is he too late? What caused Miss Elizabeth to be violently ill? And most importantly, who did it?