Jan 222018
 

Mr. Darcy is POTUS!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Source: Review Copy from Author

TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL: Modern-day Pride and Prejudice Adaptation

SETTING: Modern-day, Washington DC

MAIN CHARACTERS:

  • President Will Darcy: America’s youngest elected President to date, single and also a billionaire.
  • Elizabeth Bennet: A Red Cross staff worker who travels the world with a refugee crisis team.
  • The Bennet Family: Founders and Owners of On-a-Stick, Inc., a company that specializes in serving food “on a stick.”
  • Charles Bingley: The President’s Chief of Staff and close friend.

SYNOPSIS: President Darcy is not the best when it comes to women and dating, and so he has vowed to not date while serving as President. After all, how can he truly devote himself to policy work and legistlation if he added the complicated challenge of a romantic relationship to his life? But at a White House state dinner he has unexpectedly encounters a woman who sparks his interested like no other. Now he must decide whether to maintain his “no dating” credo or allow his attraction to this woman free reign… Continue reading »

Jan 192018
 

What If Mrs. Bennet’s Compromise Scheme Went an Unexpected Direction?

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Source: Review Copy from Author

TYPE OF AUSTENESQUE NOVEL: Pride and Prejudice Variation

TIME FRAME: The day of the Netherfield Ball through the following weeks

SYNOPSIS:

Desperate times call for desperate measures! Fearful for the future, Mrs. Bennet revises her matchmaking plans for her daughters. Even though there is a strong inclination between Mr. Bingley and Jane, she gives Jane orders to be caught in a compromising position with a different gentleman at the Netherfield Ball. And Elizabeth is no longer pushed towards Mr. Collins, but instead towards someone completely different. Will these new matchmaking plans be successful? Or does Mrs. Bennet embroil everyone into a scheme that leads to broken hearts and ruined reputations? Continue reading »

Jan 172018
 

ACG

Hi friends!  2017 was a big year for Austenesque fiction!!  I’m astounded by the number of books I see published each month, aren’t you?  Woot woot!  It is exciting though, definitely a sign that Austenesque fiction isn’t going anywhere soon. 😉

Here is the MEGA list of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE books published in 2017 – PART 1!  There will be a PART 2 for this list, or else, could you imagine how long this list would be?  Oi!  The PART 2 section of the list is for works that were only published as ebooks or are 100 pages or less in length.  So if you don’t see a title on this list, chances are in might be on the next one.  But if you think I’m missing any, do let me know! 😉

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~ 2017 (works published in paperback and ebook) ~

*This list is in alphabetical order based on the author’s last name

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– Darcy in Wonderland by Alexa Adams S – MY REVIEW

– On Equal Ground: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary by Elizabeth Adams  V

– Christmas at Longbourn (Pride & Prejudice Continues) (Volume 4) by Karen Aminadra  MC

– Mendacity & Mourning by J. L. Ashton  V

– Caroline by Sue Barr MC  S  N

– Friendship: Pride and Prejudice Variation by E. A. Batten  V

– Truly Madly Darcy (A Pride and Prejudice Variation) by Kate Bedlow  V

– An Invisible Thread: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lily Bernard  V Continue reading »