Mar 302016


Looking for the latest and newest 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 – March 2016

And Then Love Darcy and his Elizabeth Darcy vs. Bennet Dear EMma How to Mend a Broken Heart

And Then Love (Willow Hall Romance #1) by Lennie Brown

Darcy and His Elizabeth: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kate Bedlow

Darcy vs. Bennet by Victoria Kincaid

Dear Emma by Katie Heaney

How to Mend a Broken Heart by L.S. Parsons

Lizzy's Love Apprentice Magic and Manners Mr Darcy's Kindness Sense and Sensibility Amish The Blessing of Marriage

Lizzy’s Love Apprentice (The Witches of Longbourn Book 2) by Barbara Silkstone

Magic and Manners (An Austen Chronicle Volume 1) by C. E. Murphy

Mr. Darcy’s Kindness: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation by Rose Fairbanks

Sense and Sensibility: An Amish Retelling of Jane Austen’s Classic Novel by Sarah Price

The Blessing of Marriage (The Moralities of Marriage Book 3) by Elizabeth Ann West

The Trouble to Check Her To Be A Jane Austne Heroine Virtue and Victoria

The Trouble to Check Her: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Maria Grace

To Be a Jane Austen Heroine: A Book on Reflection on What Jane Austen Means To Us by Michelle M.

Virtue and Victoria: A Pride and Prejudice Reimagining by Michelle M.



Works Published as Ebooks Only

6 Stories: Pride and Prejudice Variations by Jill Moorel

Another Darcy: A Collection of Pride and Prejudice Variations by Jane Grix

Becoming Elizabeth Bennet by Ivy May Stuart

Every Appearance of Composure: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Eden Forster

From Ashes to Heiresses by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford

Jane Austen in Blue Jeans by Emma Caufield

Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice Variation: Georgiana’s Fall Extended Edition by Kate McCray

Lady Anne and Lady Catherine: A Prequel to Pride and Prejudice by Emma Farrance

Lizzy’s Match: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Samantha Hodges

Pride and Perdita by Georgia Hill

Pride and Prejudice Sensuous Seasons Collection by Belle Jansen

Progression Volumes 1 and 2: A Continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Jodi L. Covey

Who Needs Mr. Willoughby? (The Jane Austen Factor, Book 3) by Katie Oliver


Lots of new authors and exciting new releases from some of my favorites authors!

Of these 26 books, I have yet to read any, but I have Sense and Sensibility, The Trouble to Check Her and Darcy vs. Bennet on my soon-to-be-read list.

I also think How to Mend a Broken Heart and Jane Austen in Blue Jeans both look very interesting.


What about you?

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

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  21 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – March 2016”


    I love that you post this regularly!


    Thank you Meredith. Much appreciated


    I have only read Darcy vs Bennet which I can highly recommend. I do want to read several others but just didn’t get to them yet, i.e. How to Mend a Broken Heart. Thanks for the update, Meredith.


    I’m always amazed at how many new Austenesque books there are! Lots of pretty covers, but the one that catches my eye the most is Darcy and His Elizabeth by Kate Bedlow. It’s the fonts, that color blue, and the flowers around the door make it quite charming! 🙂


    How to Mend a Broken Heart sounds good. I’ve just read Sense and Sensibility and it was a great read. I have Second Chances waiting to go. Love these lists Meredith.


      Hi Teresa! I’m reading Sense and Sensibility next, hope I like it just as much as you did! It will be my first Sarah Price story and if I like it, I’ll definitely be getting my hands on the others!


    Goodness me, always so many new books! Some of these I’d heard of, but lots of them were news to me, thanks for taking the trouble to find and post them, Meredith!


      I know! Austenesque authors keep busy, which is great because we have a never-ending stream of books to read! 🙂 Happy to bring some new books to your attention!


    I’ve only read Darcy vs Bennet and The Trouble to Check Her from your list Meredith. And that’s only because I’ve been lucky enough to beta for both. I think both are some of the best writing that Victoria Kincaid and Maria Grace have produced to date.

    So many goodies in that list. There’s only one that I have already, though there’s quite a few on my Wish List.


      That’s awesome to hear, Anji! I can’t wait to read both of those – I’ve love so many of Maria and Victoria’s books! Thanks for stopping by and sharing!


    I attempted to read Dear Emma, but the heroine drove me nuts. I have Sense & Sensibility to read. And I definitely want to read The Trouble to Check Her, Darcy v. Bennet, Mr. Darcy’s Kindness,and Healing His Broken Heart. There are a few others that I’ve added to the wish list, too.

    Thanks, Meredith!


      Oh so sorry to hear that, Sophia. It is always hard when you don’t like one of the main characters. I hope the others on your list bring you more enjoyment!


    Thanks for the lovely tips, Meredith. I can’t wait to read some of these books, wish I could read them all. So much good JAFF, we’re so lucky!!!


    Have you heard of Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld? It is a modern P&P retelling that looks great. Similar to the Jo Baker book in that both are mainstream successful authors taking on JAFF.


    That book (Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld) is due to be published April 19th and is priced @ $13.99 for the kindle copy.

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