Feb 292016


Wow, February went fast…even with the extra day!  Are you curious about all the Austenesque novels published this past month?  Well here they are! 🙂

*This list will be updated in the next couple of days as amazon sometimes takes a day or two to show newly added releases in search results…

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

(Some of these books are for Mature Audiences only, make sure you read all book descriptions carefully before purchasing!)


Austenesque Novel Finds – February 2016

A Respectable Man A Searing Acquaintance Darcy and ELizabeth-Timeless Elizabeth and Van Gogh Faul and Faultlessness

A Respectable Man: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Aubrey Anderson

A Searing Acquaintance by J.L. Ashton

Darcy and Elizabeth: Timeless: A Pride and Prejudice Adaptation by Denise O’Hara

Elizabeth and Van Gogh: A Pride and Prejudice Reimagining by Michelle M.

Fault and Faultlessness: Mary Crawford the Second Heroine of Mansfield Park Book 4 by C. M. Mitchell

Guilt Trip His Inconvenient Choice Jane and the Waterloo Map Kissing Mr. Darcy Love and Loyalty

Guilt Trip by Juli Caldwell

His Inconvenient Choice: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Choices Book 3) by Leenie Brown

Jane and the Waterloo Map (Being a Jane Austen Mystery) by Stephanie Barron

Kissing Mr. Darcy (Notting Hill Diaries Volume 5) by Shea MacLeod

Love and Loyalty by Jay Margrave

Obsession Over YOu  Tea with Jane Austen The Meryton Murders The Stubborn Pride of Lydia Bennet

Obsession by Jann Rowland

Over You: A Mr. Darcy Valentine’s Romance by H. M. Ward and L. G. Castillo

Tea with Jane Austen by Pen Vogler

The Meryton Murders by Victoria Grossack

The Stubborn Pride of Lydia Bennet: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel by Carrie Mollenkopf

When Mary Met the Colonel

When Mary Met the Colonel by Victoria Kincaid


Works Published as Ebooks Only

A Pemberley Bride by Helen Stone

A Sensual Summer:  A Pride and Prejudice Sensuous Seasons Series by Belle Jansen

Accepting Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Jane Grix

An Heir for Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Short Story by Jane Grix

Darcy’s Duel: Pride and Prejudice Variation by Rosalie Hammond

Darcy’s Royal Dilemma: Pride and Prejudice and Witches (The Witches of Longbourn Book 1) by Barbara Silkstone

Entanglements of Honor: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford

Georgiana’s Fall: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kate McCray

I Met Mr. Darcy Via Luton by Frederica Edward

Love’s Good Fortune: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Deborah Conner

Missing Conversations: A Pride and Prejudice Vignette by Katie Jay

Remorse and Reconciliation by Don Miller

The Carriage Ride: A Pride and Prejudice Short Story by Margaret Gale

The Husband Hunt: Beyond Pride and Prejudice by Judith Newman

The Trouble with Emma (The Jane Austen Factor, Book 2) by Katie Oliver

Thunder and Lightening by Denise Adams


Well this is a first…I haven’t read any of these 31 new releases and I don’t have any of them on my soon To-Be-Read list.

But I definitely am interested in A Searing Acquaintance, Guilt Trip, Jane and the Waterloo Map, Tea with Jane Austen, and When Mary Met the Colonel, and have added them to my ever-growing wish-list. 🙂


What about you?

Have you read any? Which ones do you want to read?

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  32 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – February 2016”


    I have only read two of these but do own and plan to read a third one. What is that about dreaming the impossible dream?…for me it is to catch up even to half of all that is published. But then I would want it to be the best of those…like your 5 stars books all in a row!


    I read Obsession and A Searing Acquaintance and have the Waterloo map one sitting here to read.


    Thanks for another list Meredith. I’ve read When Mary Met the Colonel, twice actually, as I was fortunate enough to get a sneak peek last year as one of Victoria’s betas. I’ve read the published version, too, as part of my TBR challenge on Goodreads.

    Of the rest, I’ve got Jane and the Waterloo Map waiting on my JAFF audiobook playlist and would love to read Obsession, A Searing Acquaintance and Darcy and Elizabeth: Timeless. The latter appeals to the sci-fi geek in me. Whether I’ll fit them all in remains to be seen. The TBR challenge doesn’t seem reducing the size of my mountin though, as I keep adding to it!


      LOL! I know what you mean! I’ve not made too much progress this year so far, I need to buckle down! I look forward to seeing what you think of all these books! 😉


    I’ve read 2 of which I would highly recommended A Searing Acquaintance and I have Darcy and Elizabeth Timeless still waiting to be read. I look forward to your reviews


    I’ll never get caught up! Can I use reading other genres as my excuse? I’m sticking with that. And this is one of the best reasons I love your blog. To be able to find out about the cream of the crop. 🙂


      LOL! It would be quite an insurmountable task! I just wish to catch up with books I own, never mind all the ones published! (my TBR pile is over 70 books!)


        Michelle, I so know what you mean. I have about a hundred that I have added to my kindle when they were free or discounted. I would have enough to read until the end of the year without buying any new…BUT then these new books come out like A Searing Acquaintance and Obsession and I have to read them. Both of those are excellent reads.


    I have one on my TBR list and several on my wishlist. Thank you for this new list!


    I´m very curious about “Elizabeth and Van Gogh” (could our Lizzy be a muse for the famous painter?), and, as you say, about “Jane and the Waterloo map” and “When Mary met the Colonel” (I never thought about the possibility of this couple! it could work!). Thanks for sharing the new novels with us, even if we are not able to read all of them! LOL 😉


      Isn’t it interesting to imagine Jane Austen’s characters interacting with other historical figures? I think the same author wrote a book about Elizabeth and Shakespeare not too long ago. Glad you enjoyed the list, my friend!


    Nope, haven’t read any of them though I have Jane and the Waterloo Map and I am interested in the Meryton Murders.


    I haven’t read a one yet. I have lots of book descriptions to read before I could make some choices. Thanks for the new list.


    I’ve read several of the new ones which have a 4 star or higher Amazon rating. Unfortunately most of last month’s crop of JAFF has only 2 or 3 star ratings. I continue to be disappointed that often a short story is listed for $2.99 when 99 cents appears to be more reasonable.

    I might note that Amazon’s search engine is not completely accurate in finding new listings. Two on this month’s list have been out some time (I bought one in April 2015).


    Just Finished A Searing Acquaintance… A bit steamy here and there for me, but the writing, the characters, the emotion, the misunderstandings as well as the maturity they grew to have along the way to solve the misunderstandings and heal each other. Wow. This novel will stay with me for a long long time. I really felt like I could see it all – great use of language and description… and realistic modernization. Believable. These are the Elizabeth and Darcy you want to know. Bravo!


    I’m halfway through “A Searing Acquaintance” and I have a feeling you’re going to love it, Meredith! I’m also interested in “Obsession.”


    Sense and Sensibility with Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson is on TCM tonight.


    Do you have a top ten Pride and Prejudice list?


    jane and the waterloo map is on my wish list

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