Dec 202013
 

ACG

*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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A Jane Austen Christmas by Carlo DeVito  © 2015  NR

Once Upon a December: Holiday Tales of Pride and Prejudice by Rose Fairbanks © 2015  SS

– Darcy’s Christmas Wish: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Penelope Swan © 2015  V

– Then Comes Winter edited by Christina Boyd © 2015  SS

– Blame the Mistletoe by Sarah Johnson © 2015  N  V

A Jane Austen Christmas Bundle by Maria Grace © 2015  SS  N  NR

A Pemberley Christmas: Darcy and Elizabeth What-If? #11 by Jennifer Lang © 2015 V  N

Happy Christmas from the Darcys (Mister Darcy Series Book 7) by Barbara Silkstone © 2015  N  M

‘Tis the Season for Matchmaking: A Lasting Love Affair Continues (A Darcy and Elizabeth Love Affair Book 2)  by P. O. Dixon © 2014  S  N

Dear Father Christmas: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Linda Blanchette © 2014  V  N

Holidays with Jane: Christmas Cheer by Jennifer Becton, Melissa Buell, Rebecca Fleming, Cecilia Gray, Jessica Grey, and Kimberly Truesdale © 2014  SS  M

Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Calendar by Jane Odiwe © 2014  AI   TT   N

– The Ghosts at Pemberley by Fenella J. Miller © 2014  S  MC

– Misunderstood: A Pride and Prejudice Novella by Reina M. Williams © 2014  N  MC  S

Twelve Days of Christmas: Darcy and Elizabeth What-If #5 by Jennifer Lang © 2014  N   V

Lucky 13: Matchmaking and Misunderstandings by Cat Gardiner  © 2014  M  MA

Mister Darcy’s Christmas:  A Pride and Prejudice Contemporary Novella by Barbara Silkstone  © 2014  N   M

Very Merry Mischief by Elizabeth Ann West  © 2014  N  V

Jane Austen and the Twelve Days of Christmas (Being a Jane Austen Mystery)  by Stephanie Barron © 2014  MY

A Jane Austen Christmas: Regency Christmas Traditions Volume One  by Maria Grace  © 2014  NR

Jane and the Christmas Masquerades (Jane, Bow Street Consultant Book 4)  by Sarah Waldock  © 2013  S  MY  MC

Pemberley Mistletoe: A Pride and Prejudice Christmas by Ayr Bray  © 2013  S

Twelfth Night at Longbourn (Given Good Principles, Volume 4) by Maria Grace  © 2013   V  N

A Fitzwilliam Legacy: Seasonal Disorder (Volume 1) by Tess Quinn © 2013  S

A Fitzwilliam Legacy: New Years Resolutions (Volume 2) by Tess Quinn © 2013  S

The Mission: He Taught Me to Hope Christmas Vignette by P.O. Dixon  © 2013   V  S  SS

– Holidays at Pemberley: Or, Third Encounters by Alexa Adams  © 2012  MC  V

– Mr. Darcy’s Christmaby Elizabeth Aston  © 2012  S  N

Christmas with Mr. Darcy by Victoria Connelly  © 2012   N  AI

– Fitzwilliam Ebenezer Darcy by Barbara Tiller Cole © 2011   V   MA   N

Christmas with Miss Austen by Laura Briggs  © 2011   N  AI

– Christmas at Pemberley by Regina Jeffers © 2011  S

– Pemberley Celebrations by Kara Louise © 2011   S   SS

– Young Master Darcy: A Lesson in Honour by Pamela Aidan © 2010  N  PR

 A Darcy Christmas by Sharon Lathan, Amanda Grange, and Carolyn Eberhart © 2010  N

– Jane Austen’s Christmas by Maria Hubert © 1996 (reissued in 2003)  NR

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KEY:
V – Variation
S – Sequel
MC – Minor Character
MA – Mature Audience
AI – Austen-Inspired
N  – Novella
SS – Short Story
PR – Prequel
MY – Mystery
NR – Nonfiction/Reference
TT – Time Travel
 

Do you enjoy holiday Austenesque reads?  Which ones have you read?

What’s on your TBR?

 

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  10 Responses to “A Comprehensive Guide to Austenesque Novels – Christmas”

  1.  

    Great list! I have read Regina Jeffers ‘Christmas at Pemberley’. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Now I have to add the others to my TBR list! Thank you!

  2.  

    Got only one of these in my pile to read, the rest I will probably now have to add to my pinterest board and my wish list. This lists gets longer everyday, at least my husband is never going to run out of books to buy me

  3.  

    Neat-O! Thanks for putting that together. I’ve only read two of them, but I’ve got five of them in my TBR pile and two more on my wish list.

    •  

      I love putting these lists together, as you probably already know! I like your break down, I want to do one! I’ve read 9, have 1 in my TBR pile, and 2 on my wishlist. 🙂

  4.  

    Great list, Meredith! Lovely to find so many ideas for holiday reading!

  5.  

    What a delightful list. Thank you!

  6.  

    Well done on yet another list, Meredith!

    I’m currently reading Jane Odiwe’s Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Calendar, one chapter per day. It’s quite difficult limiting myself to that and on more than one occasion, I’ve been part way down the first page of the next chapter before slapping myself on ghe wrist and shouting “Stop!!”

    So, out of the rst of your list, I have read (or listened to):
    Lucky 13
    Twelfth Night at Longbourn
    Christmas at Pemberley

    and enjoyed all of them. I think Jane’s will turn out to be my favourite and I can see me reading it every December.

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