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Summary

Can Darcy and Elizabeth set aside their prejudices long enough to avoid the hangman's noose?

Elizabeth Bennet values goodness and charm - both qualities Mr. Darcy blatantly lacks.

Fitzwilliam Darcy values wit and strong opinions - qualities with which Miss Elizabeth is generously armed.

A refused proposal turns into a battle of wills when Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth are forced to endure each other’s company at the beautiful estate of Rosings. When an unlikely enemy reveals herself - and ends up dead - fingers are eager to point at Elizabeth. With the residents of Rosings conspiring against her, will Elizabeth's clever mind secure her freedom? Or will her prejudice against Mr. Darcy poison her against her greatest ally?

As suspicions rise and the evidence mounts, Elizabeth learns the value of a loyal friend and the forgiveness of love...but will it be too late?

Darcy would sacrifice his good name, worldly possessions, and family's expectations to save the woman he loves...if he can win her heart before he loses it all.

The Elizabeth Conspiracy is a stand-alone novel set in England's captivating Regency era - when a gentleman's manners were regarded as highly as a lady's reputation and a happy marriage was the ultimate prize (although a fortune was never frowned upon).

If you like falling in love with Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth as they fall for each other, then you'll love this sweet romance-mystery variation of Jane Austen's timeless classic, Pride and Prejudice.

Listen to The Elizabeth Conspiracy to satisfy your craving for a heartwarming, wholesome romance interwoven with a fast-paced mystery today!

©2017 Jennifer Joy Ramirez (P)2019 Jennifer Joy Ramirez

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  • Fabulous Mrs B
  • 24-03-21

Great story

I have read many of Jennifer Joy’s stories over time. This was as good as any before. Some angst before ODC could have their HEA. Great JAFF.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 27-12-19

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Very interesting Pride and Prejudice Variation with misunderstandings, hateful manipulations, humiliating situations and a murder plot twist. I had thought the villain to be someone entirely different than who person turned out to be. The murder turned out to be someone I would have never doubted to be anything but innocent.
As always the Jennifer Joy/Stevie Zimmerman was a winning combination.

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  • KateB
  • 07-12-19

Another great P&P mystery

I loved this murder mystery, the identity of the killer was a total shock to me. Darcy and Elizabeth got to know each other better through trials and grew closer. this version of Anne de Bourg was a fascinating take on the character. Stevie Zimmerman's narration impeccable as usual. Highly recommended.