Jul 292016
 

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I don’t know about you, friends, but this month flew by at warp speed!  I feel like I was just getting used to the idea that it was July and now we are closing the month?!?  How did this happen!

For readers who want to know what Austenesque books were published this last month, here is the Austenesque Novel Finds list for July 2016!

*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!)

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Austenesque Novel Finds – July 2016

 

1876-A Pride and Prejudice Reimaging1876: A Pride and Prejudice Reimagining by Michelle M.

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A Remedy Against SinA Remedy Against Sin by Christina Morland

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A Senisible SolutionA Sensible Solution by Beth Poppet

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Beyond Oakham MountBeyond Oakham Mount: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Continuation by Sophia Meredith

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Chaos Comes to LongbournChaos Comes to Longbourn by Victoria Kincaid

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Darcy's DealDarcy’s Deal: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Zoe Burton

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Darcy and Elizabeth-Fair TradeDarcy and Elizabeth: A Fair Trade by Kate Bedlow

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Darcy and Elizabeth's Timeless TalesDarcy and Elizabeth’s Timeless Adventure #2 by Denise O’Hara

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Elizabeth Bennet's EpiphanyElizabeth Bennet’s Epiphany by Karis Marie

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Finally Mrs. DarcyFinally Mrs. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Novella by Leenie Brown

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Impertinent StrangersImpertient Strangers by P.O. Dixon

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It Happened at Netherfield ParkIt Happened at Netherfield by Cassandra B. Leigh

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Miss Darcy's Secret LoveMiss Darcy’s Secret Love (Pride and Prejudice Sequels #2) by Cheryl Bolen

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Mister Darcy's Maltese FalconMister Darcy’s Maltese Falcon by Barbara Silkstone

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Obligation and RedemptionObligation and Redemption by Georgia McCall

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One KissOne Kiss: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lorraine Hetschel

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Pemberley HauntedPemberley Haunted: A Pride and Prejudice Continuation by Jessica L. Jackson

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Renewed HopeRenewed Hope: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (When Love Blooms Book 2) by Rose Fairbanks

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Sense and SexualitySense and Sexuality: An Erotic Austen Variation by Maggie May

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The Choices SeriesThe Choices Series: Pride and Prejudice Novellas by Leenie Brown

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The Last Adventure of the Scarlet PimpernelThe Last Adventure of the Scarlet Pimpernel: Book Two of Jane Austen’s Fighting Men by Jack Caldwell

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The Liberation of Miss de BourghThe Liberation of Miss de Bourgh (Pride and Prejudice Sequels #3) by Cheryl Bolen

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The Particular Charm of Miss Jane AustenThe Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen by Ada Bright and Cass Grafton

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Time and TenacityTime and Tenacity by Hannah Vale

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24 new Austenesque releases for the month of July!

I’m definitely planning on reading Chaos Comes to Longbourn and The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen!  But I’m interested in reading many others!

 

What about you?

What new releases are you excited about?  Which ones have you read?

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34 Comments on "Austenesque Novel Finds – July 2016"

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Cass

That’s quite a list, Meredith! Thank you for including us and we hope you enjoy the book when you get chance to read it!

Michelle Hall

Wow great list with some good books by great authors on that list too! How do they keep thinking up all of the storylines!!!! Great respect to them all!

Sarah

I recommend A Remedy Against Sin!! Especially if you like the forced marriage scenario between Elizabeth & Darcy (which happens to be a favorite of mine). It was really well done.

allthingsja

Great list! It is amazing how many books released in just one month!!!! I would be lost but I see that you are not for The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen is a gem not to be missed!

Karen

I agree, A Remedy Against Sin was fabulous. Many variations are good, but this one was exceptional. It may be my favorite and I have read an embarrassment of them. I read for free with Amazon Unlimited and I will gladly buy it for so I can keep it in my Kindle collection of “Best P&P Retellings” and reread when ever I please.

Carole in Canada

I have read 3 of these so far but there are some I will have to check out that I had no clue about. Of course, The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen is on my wishlist along with Victoria’s ‘Chaos Come To Longbourn’ and ‘Remedy Against Sin’. I truly appreciate you providing us with this list each month and I am so thankful for the talents of the authors who delight and entertain us!

Abigail Bok

Thanks for such an intriguing list! I’m noticing how the quality of covers is improving–the one for Obligation and Redemption really makes me want to rush out to a bookstore! The Impertinent Strangers one is very effective, too.

Glynis

Thanks for this list Meredith. I can’t believe I haven’t read any of them although a number are on my wish list. I will have to check out the others especially A Remedy Against Sin after reading the other comments.

Teresa

There are some novels which catch my eye : “1876” because of Elizabeth defending the rights of the women, “chaos comes to Loungbourn ” because it seems a total mess but it works! LOL, and “The last adventure of Scarlet Pimpernel” because I read Baroness Orczy’s original novel and I enjoyed a lot the swashbuckling tale.
Thanks for the lists, they are always so helpful!

Christina Boyd

Oooh good!
Yes, July flew by.

Jennifer Redlarczyk

Meredith, the line up is great and I already own about half of the books, though my reading time has been greatly diminished with moderating on the D&L forum and posting my own story. Nevertheless, I’ve jotted down your recommendations and will load up my Kindle for when there is a lull in my schedule. Thanks so much! Jen Red ♫

Sheila Majczan
Throwing hands up: do I just yell, “Uncle” or laugh. Totally no one can possibly keep anywhere near up to all being released. I have read Chaos Comes to Longbourn, A Remedy Against Sin and Finally Mrs. Darcy. I definitely want to read Jack’s new one and read for the first time The Scarlet Pimpernel as a prelude to reading his. I also want to read Darcy and Elizabeth: a Fair Trade, Mister Darcy’s Maltese Falcon, Renewed Hope and Impertinent Strangers. The others I have not read anything about so can’t say if they would appeal to me or not.… Read more »
Sophia Rose

I’ve only read two of those, have two more to read, and see yet two more I want. And yes, July was a blur! If August goes fast, I’ll really be behind on my reading. 😉

Thanks for the fantastic lists. I always find new ones to want each time you post your Novel Finds.

dholcomb1

that’s quite a list

Joana Starnes

LOL I know the feeling about speedy July, Meredith. Where did it go??
Thanks for the new releases list, can’t wait to dig into it, and great to get tips from the other comments, here’s summer reading sorted 🙂
Have a fun summer!

Brenda Webb

So many books: so little time! Thanks for the list, Meredith! There are several that I have already and a few I have yet to get. 🙂

Sheila Majczan

I bought the DVD but am saving it to view with my kids. I have to ask Jack if I need to read the two other sequels also before reading his new book.

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