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ACG

~ 2004-2007 ~

*The titles that have highlighted links are the ones I have read and reviewed on this blog

**This list is in chronological order based on the publication year

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Without Reserve by Abigail Reynolds © 2007  V  MA

The Private Diary of Mr. Darcy: A Novel by Maya Slater © 2007  MA  APV

Mr. Darcy Presents His Bride by Helen Halstead © 2007 (first published as A Private Performance in 2004)  S

Drive and Determination by Kara Louise © 2007  M

These Three Remain (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman) by Pamela Aidan © 2007  APV

Miss De Bourgh’s Adventure: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Joan Ellen Delman © 2007  S  N  MC

The Second Mrs. Darcy by Elizabeth Aston © 2007  S  MC

Mr. Darcy’s Diary by Amanda Grange © 2007  APV

An Assembly Such as This (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman) by Pamela Aidan © 2006  APV

Duty and Desire (Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman) by Pamela Aidan © 2006  APV

– Darcy and Elizabeth: Nights and Days at Pemberley by Linda Berdoll © 2006  S  MA

First Impressions by Marilyn Sachs © 2006  AI  YA

North by Northanger: Or The Shades of Pemberley by Carrie Bebris © 2006  MY  S 

The True Darcy Spirit by Elizabeth Aston © 2006  S  MC

Suspense and Sensibility: Or First Impressions Revisited by Carrie Bebris © 2005  MY  S

The Strange Marriage of Anne de Bourgh by Skylar Hamilton Burris © 2005  S  N  MC

The Exploits and Adventures of Miss Alethea Darcy by Elizabeth Aston © 2005  S  MC

Pride and Prescience by Carrie Bebris © 2004  S  MY

The Darcy’s: Scenes from Married Life by Phyllis Furley © 2004  S

First Impressions by Debra White Smith © 2004  M

Darcy’s Pemberley by Frances Morgan © 2004  S

Vanity and Vexation by Kate Fenton © 2004 (first published as Lions and Liquorice 1996)  M  MA

Trust and Triumph by Norma Gatje-Smith © 2004  S

Conviction: A Sequel to Pride and Prejudce by Skylar Hamilton Burris © 2004  S  MC

Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife by Linda Berdoll © 2004 (originally published as The Bar Sinister in 1999)  S  MA

Mrs. Darcy’s Dilemma: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Diana Birchall © 2004  S

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Key:
S – Sequel
M – Modern Adaption
MA – Mature Audiences
AI – Austen-Inspired
YA – Young Adult
APV – Alternate Point-of-View
V – Variation
SS – Short Story
MY – Mystery
N – Novella
MC –  Minor Character
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  12 Responses to “A Comprehensive Guide to Austenesque Novels – Pride and Prejudice (2004-2007)”

  1.  

    Meredith,

    I think it is great that you’re doing this. I’ve only read eight of those, and as I was perusing the other comprehensive lists, I realized that I had quite a ways to go if I want to say I have seriously sampled what is available. I think I’ll just bookmark these as reading lists.

  2.  

    Thanks for posting….I always like to see other people’s P&P fanfiction lists.

  3.  

    Thanks for posting….I always like to see other people’s P&P fanfiction lists.

  4.  

    I’m off to Amazon again – I wonder if I can find a copy of The Strange Marriage of Anne de Bourgh (you may remember that I adored Conviction – did you discuss this work in your interview with Ms. Burris?) and The Bennets? Any ideas on where to find a copy of Wickham’s Treachery?

    Again, Meredith, I must reiterate how much I adore these lists. It’s like Christmas in summer. Thank you!

  5.  

    I’m off to Amazon again – I wonder if I can find a copy of The Strange Marriage of Anne de Bourgh (you may remember that I adored Conviction – did you discuss this work in your interview with Ms. Burris?) and The Bennets? Any ideas on where to find a copy of Wickham’s Treachery?

    Again, Meredith, I must reiterate how much I adore these lists. It’s like Christmas in summer. Thank you!

  6.  

    I can’t believe how many P&P inspired books there are. I need to get reading!

  7.  

    Thank you, ladies! I am glad that you found this list helpeful!

    – Alexa: I believe The Strange Marriage of Anne de Bourgh is only available on Kindle. Kate Warren’s books used to only be available on lulu.com. I am very interested in reading a P&P prequel!

  8.  

    I *CAN* believe how many there are, and still aren’t enough, IMO! It’s a mere fraction of what I see online, many of which I wish would be published. I only wish it were easier to differentiate the styles of stories so it would be easier to know which ones a given fan would prefer.

  9.  

    Hi Meredith, I would like to thank you for this blog! There are so many books related to Jane that’s impossible to read all of them!

    I just wrote a post about your blog, please visit us:

    http://janeaustenclub.blogspot.com/2010/08/austenesque-reviews.html

    Thanks,

    Adriana Zardini – Jane Austen Society of Brazil
    (please use the translation button)

  10.  

    Thank you Adriana! I’m very honored! Thank you for visiting my blog!

  11.  

    The Pamela Aidan trilogy remains my favorite–I still think she captured my Mr. Darcy very well.

  12.  

    finding soooo many new reads thru your resourcefulness Meredith! great #Austenesque Extravaganza help too!

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