What if Darcy were president? A modern adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Victoria Kincaid.

The Story:

President William Darcy has it all: wealth, intelligence, and the most powerful job in the country. Despite what his friends say, he is not lonely in the White House. He’s not. And he has vowed not to date while he’s in office. Nor is he interested in Elizabeth Bennet. She might be pretty and funny and smart, but her family is nouveau riche and unbearable. Unfortunately, he encounters her everywhere in Washington, D.C.—making her harder and harder to ignore. Why can’t he get her out of his mind?

Elizabeth Bennet enjoys her job with the Red Cross and loves her family, despite their tendency to embarrass her. At a White House state dinner, they cause her to make an unfavorable impression on the president, who labels her unattractive and uninteresting. Those words are immediately broadcast on Twitter, so the whole world now knows the president insulted her. Elizabeth just wants to avoid the man—who, let’s admit it, is proud and difficult. For some reason he acts all friendly when they keep running into each other, but she knows he’s judging her.

Eventually, circumstances force Darcy and Elizabeth to confront their true feelings for each other, with explosive results. But even if they can find common ground, Mr. Darcy is still the president—with limited privacy and unlimited responsibilities—and his enemies won’t hesitate to use his feelings for Elizabeth against him. Can President Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet find their way to happily ever after?

The Author:

The author of best-selling Pride and Prejudice variations, historical romance writer Victoria has a Ph.D. in English Literature and has taught composition to unwilling college students. Today she is a freelance writer/editor who teaches business writing to willing office professionals and tries to give voice to the demanding cast of characters in her head. She lives in Virginia with an overly affectionate cat, two children who are learning how much fun Austen’s characters can be, and a husband who fortunately is not jealous of Mr. Darcy. A lifelong Austen fan, Victoria has read more Jane Austen variations and sequels than she can count – and confesses to an extreme partiality for the Colin Firth miniseries version of Pride and Prejudice. Below are some of her previous books.


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The Giveaway Rules:

  1. Make a comment at the end of the post and tell us if Darcy would get your vote.
  2. Let us know if you shared this giveaway on your personal Facebook account and pronto!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 That’s it! Follow those two rules and you will be a contender to win a copy of this unique book. The winner will get to chose what kind of copy (e-book or paperback) and the author will ship it to ANYWHERE in the world. How awesome is that? You have until next Thursday night to participate.



Learn more about her books at:

victoria kincaid @kincaidvic

25 thoughts on ““President Darcy” WINNER OF GIVEAWAY ANNOUNCED

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  1. He is invariably courteous, but self contained, not sure if he fits the qualitys of a president to be very honest… But I’m very curious about the book!

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    1. Darcy Bennet, you are the winner!!!! Sorry for the delay. I’ve been sick. It’s not Victoria’s fault. Please get in touch through here or Facebook asap. Let us know if you want an eBook or paperback.


  2. I would love to read this, but being a stickler for getting the paperback rather than Kindle, I must wait until I have the spare change to indulge myself. Around the holidays is always a tough time for us teachers! I hope it’s a huge success, Victoria!

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