J. Dawn King

Bestselling author of Jane Austen variations

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Letter of the Law – Chapter 9

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Letter of the Law – Chapter 8

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Letter of the Law – Chapter 7

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Letter of the Law – Chapter 6

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Letter of the Law – Chapter 5

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Letter of the Law – Chapter 4

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2018 is Here!

On this day when many are making new resolutions they hope to accomplish during the next 365 days, I too am making lists and dreaming of what might happen in 2018. Do I hope to write more books? Absolutely! In fact, that’s pretty close to the top of the list. Losing weight? That’s always on my list (#1).

However, for now, my husband and I are scrambling to get our house packed up and moved to a large storage shed before we leave for Ecuador in less than three weeks. Yippee!!! (for the trip – not the packing and moving). I was able to gather up all my Jane Austen paraphernalia and box it up to send to some of my newsletter subscribers. I was so excited to get it done that I failed to notify all of the winners in advance. Good grief! I’m a bonehead.

The winners are:

Billi A.

Christina B.

Meredith E.

Julia R.

Oh my word, I forgot who the 5th winner was. Drat!!! I was going to write it down. Wait! It was Jeanne G.

I do hope you enjoy your surprise gifts. Here is what went into the mail –

  

For those of you who did not win, please be patient. I insist I’m going to stop buying Jane Austen related items but…you know how it is.

Please take care during the winters months if you are in the northern hemisphere and the summer months if you are south of the equator. Best of wishes to you all!

Joy

The Letter of the Law – Chapter 3

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The Letter of the Law – Chapter 2

Dear Reader,

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New Story: The Letter of the Law

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Hello! I hope you have been healthy and happy during my absence. My newly replaced hip is doing remarkably well so I am FINALLY able to sit in a chair long enough to get some words down on paper. I’ve been so anxious to get back to writing something new. I will be entirely honest, there are multiple stories begging to be written. I chose “The Letter of the Law” to write first. Here’s a basic description:

Upon his father’s death, Fitzwilliam Darcy had been overwhelmed with the responsibility of becoming Master of Pemberley and guardian to his young sister. Thinking he had plenty of time before his ten-year-old sister turned sixteen, he pushed to the background the codicil in his father’s will that either he or his co-guardian, Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam, be wed by the time Miss Georgiana Darcy started preparations for her debut into society. Now, the date loomed in front of the two gentlemen like an ax ready to fall. Rather than lose her care to his cantankerous aunt, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, Darcy decides to accept an invitation to help his friend manage his new estate close to the farm community of Meryton in Hertfordshire in hopes of finding a country-bred lady to become the Mistress of his heart.

Elizabeth Bennet was not impressed with the gentleman. His stoic demeanor and harsh criticisms of herself and her loved ones set him as the most despised man of her acquaintance. When he continues to seek her out, she wonders at his purpose. Will they ever be able to move past their rocky start? Can love grow from such horrible beginnings? Will they both end up desiring to follow the letter of the law?

 

 

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