Death Comes to Pemberley
by P.D. James
Pemberley is thrown into chaos after Elizabeth Bennett's disgraced sister Lydia arrives and announces that her husband Wickham has been murdered.
Letter's From Pemberley: The First Year
by Jane Dawkins
Elizabeth Bennet, now Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy and mistress of Pemberley, finds herself in a very different league of wealth and privilege. Writing to her sister, Jane, she confides her uncertainty and anxieties, and describes the every-day of her new life. Her first year at Pemberley is sometimes bewildering but Lizzy's spirited sense of humor and satirical eye never desert her.
Mr. And Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Two Shall Become One
by Sharon Lathan
Through the honeymoon and then the challenges of Elizabeth assuming the role of Mistress of Pemberley, the Fitzwilliams' passion and love for each other grows. To Lizzy's delight, Darcy's sister, Georgiana, returns home just as Christmas preparations are underway, but all is not calm--the marquis of Orman, whom Elizabeth first encounters at the Twelfth Night Ball, has sinister intentions.
Mr. Darcy's Diary
by Maya Slater
Mr. Darcy's intimate diary reveals his entanglements with women, his dangerous friendship with Lord Byron, his daily life in Georgian London, his mercurial mood swings calmed only by fisticuffs at Jackson's--and, most importantly, his vain struggle to conquer his longing for Elizabeth Bennet.
My Dearest Mr. Darcy
by Sharon Lathan
As the Darcys look ahead to the end of their first year of marriage, Mr. Darcy could never have imagined his love could grow even deeper with the passage of time. Lizzy is full of surprises, pulling Darcy out of his stern and serious demeanor with her teasing and temptation. But surprising events force the Darcys to weather absence and illness, and to discover whether they can find a way to build a bond of everlasting love.
by Emma Tennant
A year after their wedding, gossip and troublesome relatives again cause trouble for Elizabeth and Darcy.
Pride and Prescience
by Carrie Bebris
Just after their wedding, the hero and heroine of "Pride and Prejudice" become involved in a bizarre mystery involving wedding guest Caroline Bingley, who has become engaged to a wealthy, charismatic American.
The Exploits and Adventures of Miss Alethea Darcy
by Elizabeth Aston
This takes readers back into the imagined family of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. Their musical daughter Alethea makes a disastrous marriage to a man whose charming manners conceal an unpleasant nature. Flinging caution to the winds, she flees her marital home, masquerading as a gentleman, and accompanied only by her redoubtable maid, Figgins, she sets off for Venice to take refuge with her sister Camilla. But events--always dramatic and sometimes dangerous--conspire to thwart her plans.