Apr 132016
 

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*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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Banff Springs Abbey by Samantha Adkins © 2015  N

Emma Knows All by Laura Briggs and Sarah Burgess © 2015

– Finding the Rainbow (Chilton Crosse Volume 2) by Traci Borum © 2015

The Marrying Type by Laura Chapman © 2015

– Liam Darcy, I Loathe You (The Jane Journals of Pemberley Prep Book 1) by Heidi Jo Doxey © 2015 YA

– The Wildflower Inn Welcomes Mr. Darcy (The Wildflower Inn Series Book 1) by Leanna Ellis  © 2015

– Villa Fortuna by Cat Gardiner © 2015  MA

Denial of Conscience by Cat Gardiner © 2015  MA

Always You (The Jane Austen Academy Book 6) by Cecilia Gray © 2015 YA

– Forever Yours: Yours by Design, Book 3 by Robin Helm © 2015   TT

Sensible and Sensational (The Jane Austen Diaries Book 6) by Jenni James © 2015 YA

Wrong About the Guy by Claire LaZebnik © 2015  YA

– Prejudice and Pride by Lynn Messina © 2015

– First and Then by Emma Mills © 2015  YA

– That Girl, Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Story by James Ramos © 2015

– Angel of the Centerfold by Michaela Robertson © 2015  MA

Mister Darcy’s Secret (Mister Darcy Series Book 3) by Barbara Silkstone © 2015  N  MY

Pansy Cottage: A Mister Darcy (Mister Darcy Series Book 4) by Barbara Silkstone © 2015  MY  N

Mister Darcy’s Templars (Mister Darcy Series Book 5) by Barbara Silkstone © 2015  MY  N

Mister Darcy’s Honeymoon (Mister Darcy Series Book 6) by Barbara Silkstone © 2015  MY  N

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

– Emma: A Modern Retelling by Alexander McCall Smith © 2015

Safekeeping by Wendi Sotis © 2015

Sway by Melanie Stanford © 2015

Enchantment Among the Bluebonnets: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by P. N. Stockwell © 2015

Holidays with Jane: Spring Fever by Jennifer Becton, Melissa Beull, Cecilia Gray, Jessica Grey, Rebecca Fleming, and Kimberly Truesdale © 2015  SS

Holidays with Jane: Trick or Sweet by Jennifer Becton, Melissa Beull, Cecilia Gray, Jessica Grey, Rebecca Fleming, and Kimberly Truesdale © 2015  SS

– Swayed Impressions by Aimee Avery © 2014   N

Parked at the Mansfields’ by Sandy Ward Bell © 2014

– An Obstinate, Headstrong Girl by a Lady (Abigail Bok) © 2014

Pride, Prejudice, and the Perfect Bet by Marilyn Brant  © 2014 MC

Ask Eleanor by Laura Briggs and Sarah Burgess © 2014

Finding Mr. Darcy: Highschool Edition by Erin Butler  © 2014  YA

– Game of Kings: A Thrilling Modern Reimagining of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Anthea Carson and D. J. Natelson © 2014

– First Impressions: A Modern Retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Ruby Cruz  © 2014

A Matter of Chance by L.L. Diamond  © 2014  MA

The Muse by Jessica Evans © 2014

A Universal Truth: Compendium Edition by Sarah Bevan Fischer  © 2014

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

Only With You (The Jane Austen Academy Series #5) by Cecilia Gray © 2014  YA

Persuasion, Wentworth, and Cracklin’ Cornbread (Jane Austen Takes the South #3) by Mary Jane Hathaway  © 2014

Sincerely Yours: Yours By Design Book, 2 by Robin Helm © 2014  TT

Accidentally Yours: Yours By Design, Book 1 by Robin Helm © 2014  TT

Boots and Backpacks by K. C. Kahler © 2014    MA

– Pride and All This Prejudice by Alex A. King © 2014

The Last Best Kiss by Claire LaZebnik  © 2014   YA

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

– Thoroughly Modern Charlotte: Romance, Third Millennium Style by Beth Massey  © 2014  MC   MA

Northanger Abbey by Val McDermid © 2014

Sassiness and Sarcasm: A Love Story by Heather C. Myers  © 2014  MA

Persuaded by Misty Dawn Pulispher  © 2014

– Charlotte’s Wedding (21st Century Jane Austen Novels) by Mary Rizza © 2014

– The Proud and the Prejudiced: A Modern Twist on Pride and Prejudice by Colette Saucier © 2014  (previously released as All My Tomorrows in 2012)   MA

– Mister Darcy’s Christmas (Mister Darcy Series Book 2) by Barbara Silkstone  © 2014  N 

Mister Darcy’s Dogs (Mister Darcy Series Book 1) by Barbara Silkstone  © 2014  N

– The Foundation of Love: The Gypsy Blessing 2 by Wendi Sotis © 2014

– The Keys for Love by Wendi Sotis  © 2014  N

First (Wrong) Impressions by Krista Ball  © 2013

45 Days in Europe with Mr. Darcy: Pride and Prejudice Across the Atlantic by Moira Bianchi  © 2013  MA

– Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match by Marilyn Brant  © 2013

– Debt and Determination: A Novella by Joanna Gosselin  © 2013  N

A Tarnished Image (Reflections Volume II) by Linda Gonschoir  © 2013  S

Suddenly You (Jane Austen Academy Series #4) by Cecilia Gray © 2013  YA

– Emma, Mr. Knightley and Chili-Slaw Dogs (Jane Austen Takes the South) by Mary Jane Hathaway © 2013 (reissued in 2014)

Mansfield Ranch by Jenni James  © 2013   YA

Emmalee by Jenni James  © 2013  YA

Emma: A Latter-Day Tale by Rebecca H. Jamison © 2013

Pen and Prejudice by Claire Johnson  © 2013

– The Trouble with Flirting by Claire LaZebnik  © 2013   YA

Finding Favors by Lana Long  © 2013   YA

Another Little Piece of My Heart by Tracey Martin  © 2013  YA

Jane Austen Goes to Hollywood by Abby McDonald  © 2013  YA

Girl Rocks Universe: Volumes 1-14: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice by C. M.  Mitchell  © 2013 YA

Pride’s Prejudice by Misty Dawn Pulsipher © 2013

A Modern Day Sense and Sensibility by Kaitlin Saunders © 2013

Pride and Precipice by Lelia M. Silver  © 2013

Sense and Sensibility by Joanna Trollope © 2013

Spies and Prejudice by Talia Vance © 2013   YA  MY

Unleashing Mr. Darcy by Teri Wilson  © 2013

KEY:
MA – Mature Audience
YA – Young Adult
MY – Mystery
TT – Time Travel
SS – Short Story
N – Novella
MC – Minor Character

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Which novels have you read?  Any recommendations?  Any on your TBR list?

Out of the 74 books on this list, I’ve read and reviewed 26!  I have several more on my TBR list though, so maybe I’ll hit 30 soon!

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  20 Responses to “A Comprehensive Guide to Austenesque Novels – Modern Adaptation (2013-2015)”

  1.  

    another great list!

    denise

  2.  

    Thanks Meredith. Much appreciated

  3.  

    Grateful you are so thorough. Keep up the good work! 🙂

  4.  

    Great list! You amaze me with all the work you do to bring readers lists like these!

  5.  

    Love this list! I have “Sway” and “A Matter of Chance” lined up as my next reads, I loved loved loved The Muse and Boots and Backpacks

  6.  

    Such a wonderful service you offer to this community! Thanks for all the hard work.

    Might I ask for a minor correction? My title is actually An Obstinate, Headstrong Girl (with a comma, and “Headstrong” one word not two). If you don’t have time to go on typo patrol, no worries!

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      Thank you for letting me know, Abigail. I definitely want these lists to be as accurate as possible, so I will always make time to make corrections! I’m so mortified that I made two mistakes in one title! 🙁

  7.  

    I’ve read 16 of those and have 18 on my pile of reads. Personally I want to read the Misty Pulsipher, Claire LaZebnik, Jenni James, Abigail Bok, and Mary Jane Hathway books. If you like cute light YA, the Cecilia Grays are good.

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      Ooh if you read all 18 you almost covered half of this list! 😉 I’ve read several books in the Claire LaZebnik, Jenni James, and Mary Jane Hathaway series – but now I want to read them all! I haven’t read any by Cecilia Gray, but I love her stories in the Holidays with Jane anthologies so they are now on my wishlist!

  8.  

    I love your lists! I have read Cat Gardiners’ books, Marilyn Brant’s book, L.L. Diamond’s and Terri Wilson’s!

  9.  

    I believe I have read 22 of these…but so many I didn’t read. Impossible to catch up. But, again, thank you for all your hard work, Meredith, and then sharing it with us.

  10.  

    Thanks for another lovely list, Meredith.

    I’ve read 9 of them and I think I’ve probably got about the same again lurking in the dark and dusty cavern that is my TBR collection on my Kindle!

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