Apr 302017


A VERY big thank you to Sophie Turner for making a special visit to Austenesque Reviews.  It was so great to learn more about her thoughts about Mr. Darcy and read some excerpts from her new release, Mistress.  And I further extend my thanks to Sophie for allowing me the immense pleasure of reading and reviewing Mistress on my blog!  If you missed by review, you can check it out HERE (spoiler alert:  I loved it!)

Also, thank you to Sophie for her generosity in sponsoring a generous giveaway with both posts!

Thank you to all of you who stopped by to read Sophie’s post and my review and shared your thoughts.  It was especially awesome of all of you who commented but didn’t want to be entered in the giveaway because you already won a copy of Sophie’s book during her blog tour! Continue reading »

Apr 282017


April went so fast!  Wow!  I feel like the month just started…(check that, I still feel like 2017 just started!!!) 😛  Did you happen to see all the Austenesque books published this last month?  If not, have no fear!

Here’s a list of Austenesque Novel Finds for April 2017 for your perusing pleasure!

*This is a list of books published, not my personal recommendations.


Austenesque Novel Finds – April 2017


A Better Impression: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by E. Bradshaw

A Husband’s Duty (Pemberley Tales) by  Aurora Fairfax

A Man With Faults: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lory Lilian

A Most Shocking Discovery: A Darcy and Lizzy Pride and Prejudice Novella by Clara Trent Continue reading »

Apr 262017

A Rollicking Romp of Intrigue and Revenge

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Source: Purchased

TYPE OF NOVEL: Georgian Romance, Historical Fiction

SETTING: 1750’s France and England


  • Justin Alistair, Duke of Avon “Satanas”: a debauched rake who has earned the nickname “Satan” for all the scandalous and dishonorable deeds he commits. Age 40
  • Léon Bonnard: a poor and abused child running away from his brother who beats him and forces him to work in his tavern. Age 19
  • Comte de Saint-Vire: Justin’s mortal enemy. Twenty years ago the Comte refused Justin’s petition of marriage for his sister and humiliated him throughout all of Paris. (There is a lot of bad history between these two)

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