A Very Merry Mix-up

Mar. 15, 2018

A Very Merry Mix-up

It all began when Fitzwilliam Darcy and his cousin Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam stopped at the posting station in Bromley  on their way to Rosings Park for their annual visit. Looking for some diversion, the good colonel happened upon a local Romani woman  who was selling her people’s treasured  Moon Wine.  Find out what happens to some of our favourite Jane Austen characters when her advice is ignored in A Very Merry Mix-up by Jennifer Redlarczyk.   

Now available on Amazon.com in both eBook and Print versions.  







1 April 1811, All Fool’s Day

Quickly rising, Darcy felt a little unsteady and found it necessary to hold on to the bed post while searching for his robe. Catching a glimpse of himself in the mirror, he staggered closer to the glass and groaned in disbelief.

“Merciful Heaven!” he thundered, turning back to the woman. “It is me, Fitzwilliam Darcy, in the body of that idiot rector! If you are Miss Elizabeth Bennet, as you claim, I fear we have both become the victims of some cruel joke. Will you not come and look for yourself?”

Picking up Charlotte’s dressing gown and quickly wrapping it around herself, Elizabeth guardedly went to the mirror as he requested. “Mr. Darcy?” She paled, realizing what he said was true. 


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10 Comments on "A Very Merry Mix-up"

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Congratulations Jen, I am marking the date on my calendar to buy it on the release date. I love the cover.


Hey Jen, Looking forward to the release of your story. Like Petty have Amazon ready and waiting to purchase.


I have my finger ready to push the “purchase” button as soon as you say the story is live! Woo-hoo!

Peggy aka gabbycat


I did not read the story yet before you mentioned it. Then I read it. I love it. And I will definitely read and read again. Thank you for sharing it.

Brenda W. Bigbee

I loved this story the first time I read it Jen and can’t wait to have a copy on my KIndle! Thanks for publishing it and sharing this excerpt on the blog!

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