Mr. Darcy is determined to find a wife he can love and respect. He is fascinated by the lively Miss Elizabeth Bennet, but is determined to forget her due to her low connections. Until an act of jealously puts her life at risk. Faced with the bleak reality of living without her forever, Mr. Darcy must examine what he really wants. With the assistance of Colonel Fitzwilliam, his sister, and Elizabeth's father, Mr. Darcy works to save Elizabeth's life. If he is lucky, he will then be able to win her heart.
"A great courtship"
The Drawn Series is the first romance series where you get to decide the outcome of a love triangle. Do you want the bad boy or the good guy? It's entirely up to you. Simply listen to Drawn and make your decision. Then follow the easy navigation at the end to choose your favorite hero. However, if you can't choose, then simply listen through and experience the Sliding Doors effect where a different choice, a conversation left out, or a twist of fate, can send a person in a completely different direction.
In the hours just before dawn, blasphemous curses echo throughout the stone manor. A knife clatters to the floor, and a feisty young widow is bound, blindfolded, and led to the marriage altar. The king couldn't possibly have sanctioned this farce of a marriage, could he? After all, she alone transformed a few mud huts and starving serfs into a flourishing town, never once hesitating to pay generous taxes to his royal kingdom.
"A Feel Good Romance"
Have you ever felt so drawn to someone, that you will put up with anything to be with them? That's how I feel when I'm around him. Most of the time, I want to hate him. I want to stay as far away from him as possible. He's so cocky and arrogant. And he gets in the way and tells me what to do. He's all things that I normally detest in a man. But, when we're alone...I can't even think for myself - the pull is that intense.
Three years have passed since Damien lost Etta. His obsessive and irrational behavior drove her away and destroyed his life. For three years he has languished in prison. Every day he's had but one thought: Etta. She is the holder of his soul, and he can't see a life without her in it. When he is finally released and tracks her down, he is faced with something he didn't expect: his daughter...and Aaron. Damien needs to redeem himself in the eyes of the woman he loves.
In the light of the early dawn, Lady Fay traverses her parapet wall and waits with bow drawn taut. Only when she realizes the group of men who exit the Saxon rowboat are tonsured does she allow herself to breathe. She need not shoot another of King Alexander's suitors. At least not today. With a wicked grin, she lets go the bowstring, and the arrow makes a perfect arc to land directly in front of the one in the lead. She isn't so fond of priests, either.
When Emma meets him, the only way she's looking to be tied down is in the literal sense. But Avner - shady hacker, off-the-books investigator, occasional spy - takes her breath away. He's the first man who doesn't turn to mush under her sexual spell - a fact that makes what's between them very different...and very real.
Miss Beryl Wentworth is silently, desperately in love with her childhood friend, Finian Fitzwilliam, who unfortunately still treats her as if he's willing to shove her into the nearest mud puddle. It's infuriating now that she at least has grown up, leading to uproarious and horribly public arguments between them, and it seems he'll never treat her as a grown woman - and never look at her in that way. Until a quite charming rake asks her for the first two dances at the Hanover Square assembly room.
What foul devilry is this? They told her he was dead. After six long years without a word, her knight falls onto his knees and sings poetry. Then he denies their son? Heed this well. She's no longer an innocent who'll giggle and tarry on his every word. The sharp edge of her tongue and knife is the only welcome he'll get. She'll not marry him. Besides, the pain would be too much to bear should he ever leave again.
What's your name, sweetheart? That was the first thing. I wasn't his sweetheart, and he should have already known my name. But, that was the moment I became caught in Tyler Lohan's sight. He was wonderful and complicated, and I'd spent my life trying to hate him for being the golden boy who had everything so easy. However, as with all things, Tyler wasn't the person he appeared to be from the outside, and once I saw him - the real him - I fell, and I don't think I ever got back up.
All the Honorable Anne Kirkhoven wants is to be wrapped in the arms of the man she loves, Frederick Shaw, Esquire, barrister, solicitor, writer of the best Gothic romance novels in England, and surely a future Member of Parliament. But despite Frederick's many perfections, Anne's mama has forbidden her to speak with him, much less marry him, and until Anne attains her majority, all they can do is wait. But now the most notorious duke in the ton, Ernst Anton Oldenburg, is making a public point of assessing her...attributes....
"Sweet Regency but boring."
Have you ever wanted the power to decide who the heroine of a story will ultimately end up with? Now is your chance with Drawn 2, where you have the choice of two sequels in which the characters follow two different paths to lead them to your chosen "happily ever after". This is not two stories told from different points of view. This is not an alternate ending - it's an entirely separate path that listeners who choose to listen to both sequels will appreciate the "sliding door" moments that set our characters off in different directions.