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"Darkness, in many forms, must be conquered
to emerge into the light and embrace one’s happily ever after."

Fitzwilliam Darcy. Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam.
Two cousins, closer than brothers.
One finds love despite his inner demons; the other resists love because of them.

Elizabeth Bennet. Kitty Bennet.
Two sisters, strengthened by adversity.
One willingly yields to love; the other pridefully misinterprets it.

An epic saga steeped in intrigue and gift-wrapped in romance,

Doubt Not, Cousin is the depiction of the trials and tribulations of

three extraordinary families of England’s Regency era.

... But who is the girl with the violet eyes?


Her Majesty has made me the enemy of every young lady seeking a husband and the target of every rake seeking a conquest.

FOLLOWING DISTINGUISHED SERVICE IN THE REGULARS, young Thomas Bennet finds himself the unexpected master of Longbourn. He is determined not to repeat the mistakes of his grandfather Bennet who made enemies that cost his daughter her life. Thomas’s own responsibilities number five more than his ancestor had. How is a father to protect his beloved daughter Jane when the man she loves is the target of those who are willing to shed blood to achieve their nefarious goals? How can he save Jane from the jealousy and spite inspired by her own beauty, or the consequences of his own past dealings?

MISS JANE BENNET AND HER SISTER ELIZABETH are travelling to town to shop for Jane’s wedding to an eligible young earl when an altered seating arrangement leads to grievous injury for one sister and unceasing self-recrimination for the other. Once the envy of the neighbourhood, Jane is now a pitiable object of scorn, shunned and ridiculed by those she once thought her friends. Releasing her suitor from his attachment to her, Jane hides away for years, believing that all hope of happiness is lost.

WILL THE PROCESS OF HEALING, of both of her body and her spirt, ever be complete enough to allow her to love again? Will her attachment to Lord Lambrook survive the obstacles presented to them and allow them a second chance at life and love? And will Thomas Bennet ever be able to forgive himself for failing to keep her from harm?

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