Vampire Darcy's Desire (Paperback)

A Pride and Prejudice Adaptation

By Regina Jeffers

Ulysses Press, 9781569757314, 446pp.

Publication Date: October 13, 2009

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (10/4/2016)
MP3 CD (5/17/2016)

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"Vampire Darcy's Desire" presents Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" as a heart-pounding vampire romance filled with passion and danger.
Tormented by a 200-year-old curse and his fate as a half-human/half-vampire dhampir, Mr. Darcy vows to live forever alone rather than inflict the horrors of life as a vampire on an innocent wife. But when he comes to Netherfield Park, he meets the captivating Elizabeth Bennet.
As a man, Darcy yearns for Elizabeth, but as a vampire, he is also driven to possess her. Uncontrollably drawn to each other, they are forced to confront a pride and prejudice never before imaginedwhile wrestling with the seductive power of forbidden love. Meanwhile, dark forces are at work all around them. Most ominous is the threat from George Wickham, the purveyor of the curse, a demon who vows to destroy each generation of Darcys.
Written in authentic Austen style and faithful to its Regency-era setting, "Vampire Darcy's Desire" retells the greatest love story of all time in a hauntingly imaginative fashion.

About the Author

Regina Jeffers is the author of several Jane Austen adaptations including Darcy's Passions: Pride and Prejudice Told Through His Eyes; Darcy's Temptation: A Sequel to the Fitzwilliam Darcy Story; Vampire Darcy's Desire, and an version of Persuasion told from Captain Wentworth's point of view. She considers herself a Janeite - a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America and spends lots of her free time involved in such. A teacher for nearly 40 years in the public school systems of three different states, Regina Jeffers is a Time Warner Star Teacher Award winner, a Martha Holden Jennings Scholar, a Columbus Educator Award winner, and a guest panelist for the Smithsonian. She served on various national educational committees and is often sought as a media literarcy consultant.