Two worlds . . .
Two centuries . . .
Two men who love the same woman . . .
Two prayers fervent enough to shift time . . .
Endless questions and possibilities . . .
What would a man give for a second chance at love?
What would he sacrifice to keep it?
What if the proud, arrogant Fitzwilliam Darcy of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice never changed after his disastrous proposal to Elizabeth Bennet at Hunsford? What if the humbled man who successfully courted her was not the same Mr. Darcy?
“This was my first in a JAFF book and I was caught up in the beautify of such an event. If you like Elizabeth and Darcy with a futuristic twist then by all means read this trilogy.”
“I loved the future/past period settings so I jumped right into the book from the start. I’m not a big Pride and Prejudice fan and I loved the way that the author explained about the P&P book for people that didn’t understand it that well. It is an easy and fun read.”
Living with time turned upside down . . .
Accepting the consequences of rash decisions . . .
Learning to view adversities as opportunities . . .
Striving to make the most of second chances . . .
Recognizing obstacles as the gifts of God . . .
Seeking to undo the damage done to relationships . . .
Sincerely Yours begins immediately after Accidentally Yours. In this Christian fantasy fiction series, after prayers uttered by both Fitzwilliam Darcy (1793) and Will Darcy (21st century) result in accidents for both men and a time switch, each Darcy must adjust to his new era and try to win the heart of the woman he loves.
“This tale is a fantastic variation of P&P. It certainly gives us a Christian viewpoint of how to live life but it also gives us the human frailties and how such may affect any of us.”
“Extremely interesting take on a much revisited classic.”
Could it be possible for people who grew up in time periods over two hundred years apart to be happy together? Can a Regency man love a modern woman? Can a modern man adjust to a Regency woman?
“Most entertaining time travel story I’ve read in awhile.”
“Excellent ending to this trilogy!”