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Hi readers, how is summer treating you so far?  Didn’t this month just fly by?  It sure feels like it did, even faster than June!  I hope August doesn’t go as fast!!  Did you happen to see all the Austenesque books published this last month?  If not, have no fear!

Here’s a list of Austenesque Novel Finds for July 2017 for your perusing pleasure!

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

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Austenesque Novel Finds – July 2017

A Fortunate Alliance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Emma Crawley

A Temporary Peace: A Persuasion Variation (Fate and Fortune Book 2) by Meg Osborne

Beloved: A Fairy Tale Retelling of Northanger Abbey (The Jane Austen Fairy Tales) by Nina Clare

Betrayed by Her Own Sister: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by Elizabeth Amellade

  

Blood and Parchment: The Secret Life of Mary Bennet by A.J.L. Zarychta

Darcy in Wonderland by Alexa Adams

Darcy’s Choice: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (P&P Collection) by Katherine Green

Darcy’s Midsummer Madness: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Cass Grix

Devotion by Meg Kerr

Fitzwilliam Darcy: Her Guardian Angel: An alternative Pride & Prejudice variation by Misha Williams

Four Riddles for Jane Austen by Gabrielle Mullarkey

Friendship: Pride and Prejudice Variation by E. A. Batten

Hopelessly in Love with Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Anthology by Rose Fairbanks

In the Wilds of Derbyshire by Jann Rowland

It Was Always Her Choice: A Contemporary Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by Susan Belmonte

Jane Austen at Home: A Biography by Lucy Worsley

 

Lady Catherine Impedes: A Pride & Prejudice Novella (Darcy Marriage Series Book 2) by Zoe Burton

Lizzy’s Pride (Second Chances Book 1) by Johanna Evelyn

Mr. Darcy’s Bluestocking Bride: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Pride and Prejudice and Bluestockings Book 1) by Rose Fairbanks

Mr. Darcy’s Bride by Rowan Renault

 

Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Joy: A Pride and Prejudice Holiday Tale (Jane Austen Reimaginings Book 7) by Rose Fairbanks

Mr. Darcy’s Perfect Storm: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Caitlin Marie Carrington

Mr Darcy’s Proposal: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Martine Jane Roberts

Perception (Vintage Jane Austen Book 4) by Emily Ann Benedict

 

Persuading Austen by Brigid Coady

Pride and Post Apocalypse: A regency dystopian by Jane Austen and Lauren M. Flauding

Pride and Prejudice: A Novel. In Three Volumes. (Annotated and Restored to 1813 Egerton First Edition) by Jane Austen and Edited by Sophie Turner

Rivals for Elizabeth’s Heart: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Arabella Mead

 

Search and Find Pride & Prejudice: A Jane Austen Search and Find Book by Jane Austen and Sarah Powell

Sparks Fly, Tires Skid: A Modern Pride and Prejudice Variation Romantic Comedy by Ari Rhoge

The Perfect Gift: A Pride & Prejudice Novella by Christie Capps

The Price of Prosperity: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella (Pemberley Perceptions Book 1) by Emma Carteret

Trials and Tribulations at Pemberley by Brigitte H. Hammerschmidt

Vanity and Vengeance: A Sequel Inspired by Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen by Linda Mako Kendrick

When We Are Married: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Caitlin Williams

And here are some shorter Austenesque inspired works for your perusing pleasure!

A Covenant of Marriage: A Pride & Prejudice variation novella by S. B. Davis

A Passion for Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate Variation (Elizabeth’s Awakening Book 10) by Jane Hunter

Daddy Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Jane Jones

Defying Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate Novella (Master Darcy Book 2) by Sara English

Discovering Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate Variation by Olivia Mann

Elizabeth’s Folly: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate Variation by Petra Belmonte

Keeping Mr. Darcy’s Secret: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Elizabeth’s Awakening Book 8) by Jane Hunter

Midnight Encounters: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by T. A. Edwards

Mr. Darcy’s Accident: A pride and prejudice sensual story by Minxy Quinn and Kitty Foxx

Mr. Darcy’s Aphrodite: A Pride and Prejudice Sensually Romantic Short Story (Sensual Romantic Short Stories Book 2) by Gwen Avery

Mr. Darcy’s Assignation: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by Stephanie Bridger

Mr. Darcy’s Mermaid: A Pride & Prejudice sensual and intimate variation by Norma de Plume

Mr. Darcy’s Wedding Bliss: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by Penelope Miller

Mrs. Darcy’s Diary: Pemberley (A Pride and Prejudice Intimate) by Catherine Matlock

Never Say Never: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate by Daisy Dare

Obeying Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate Novella (Master Darcy) by Sara English

Pleasuring Elizabeth – Lesson Four: Mrs. Darcy (A Sensual Pride & Prejudice Interlude Book 4) by Katya Simons

Pleasuring Elizabeth – Lesson Five: Fitzwilliam (A Sensual Pride & Prejudice Interlude Book 5) by Katya Simons

Tea with Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by Stephanie Bridger

The book with which it all began: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Nicky Roth

To London, Mrs. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Elizabeth’s Awakening Book 9) by Jane Hunter

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Isn’t this a great bunch of new reads?!?  Thank you, authors! Look how many intriguing new releases came out this month!!  There are 56 new Austenesque releases for the month of June!

There are so many to choose from!  Which ones do you want to read?

I haven’t read any yet, but I am excited that I will be reading (and reviewing) Darcy in Wonderland and When We Are Married: A Pride and Prejudice Variation soon! 

But there are so many others that I plan to add to my wishlist!!!  I love that there is a Jane Austen Search and Find book!  So cute!

If you have any recommendations, please do share them!  With so many new authors coming onto the scene, it is always helpful to hear which ones my friends recommend!

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  27 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – July 2017”

  1.  

    It’s amazing the variety that comes out each month.

    denise

  2.  

    Thank you for this list Meredith 🙂 I’m always looking forward to the end of each month to see these lists on your blog :)))
    I’ve read When We Are Married and am currently reading Darcy In Wonderland.
    I would also like to read A Perfect Gift and bought Pride and Post Apocalypse because of your list 🙂
    But I think that after those I’ll read some non-JAFF, I miss other genres 🙂

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      Thank you, Rita! I’m so happy to hear you enjoy this post each month! Great choices on what you want to read. I am looking forward to reading both of those too! I agree, it is fun to mix up your JAFF with some non-JAFF a little bit!

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    Yikes! I will never catch up! 🙂

  4.  

    So happy that there is so much more to read! Thank you for compiling yet another list Meredith

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    Thanks for your July list of finds, Meredith! Such a wealth of JAFF! So far I’ve only read (and LOVED) Caitlin Williams’ ‘When We Are Married’ – great new angle and a delightful story.

    Happy reading and have a lovely summer!

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      It surely is a lovely bounty! 😉 I’m so excited to read another book like Caitlin Williams!! The premise is so intriguing glad to hear you loved it!!

  6.  

    What a selection of books,Meredith,surely one to suit all readers’ tastes!

    I haven’t read any of them although I’ve heard great things about Caitlin’s ‘When We Are Married’!! I think I’ll treat myself to this one if I’m not one of the lucky people to have won it on her blog tour!

    I’d also like to read Sophie Turner’s restored P&P just to see if I’ve missed subtle nuances that weren’t in the version I read.

    Happy reading,Meredith! Thanks for posting this list! It should keep us going for a few months or so!

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      I agree! Quite a variety. Good luck during the blog tours, it is always fun to win a book you have your eye on!

      I think it is so interesting how Sophie found all those discrepancies! What a great service she provided for this community!

      Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out the list! I hope you enjoy a great month reading!

  7.  

    Meredith, there are so many, however do you do it? Thanks so much for your recommendations. Jen Red

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    I have 3 of the books – Blood and Parchment: The Secret Life of Mary Bennet by A.J.L. Zarychta, When We Are Married by Caitlin Williams, Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Joy by Rose Fairbanks.
    I am buying books about Mary Bennet and saving them up to spend a couple of weeks reading them one after the other.

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      Interesting choices, Vesper! I like your plan to do a Mary Benent binge! I’ve read some about her that I’ve really enjoyed and I have a few still on my TBR pile. Would love to hear your favorites after you’ve read them!

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    Thank you for the list. I have begun to reread some favorites as I received paperback copies from the raffle from The Darcy Monologue Tour. But I have read: The Perfect Gift, When We Are Married, In the Wilds of Derbyshire, Mr. Darcy’s Bluestocking Bride and bought Devotions, having read Experience – the first of those two novels. Thank you for your list. At this point in time I have to agree with the sentiment of never catching up. But this does let me see what else is out there of which I had no idea. Thank you for all your work gathering this information for us.

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      My pleasure, Sheila! What a great prize and such a deserving winner! So happy for you! I would do the same as you and enjoy rereading many of my favorites! I have Experience too, but I actually have never read it, I look forward to your thoughts on both Experience and Devotion.

      Hope you are enjoying a great week!

  10.  

    Good heavens! What on earth is a reader to choose? So many books…so little time. I’m so glad you are here with your strong reviewing ability to help cull this selection down to manageable size.

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    I loved Lucy Worsley’s book. A very good interesting read. She made it easy for those of us who are not scholars but just love reading about Jane. Another great list Meredith.

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    Thanks for compiling another monthly list Meredith. Haven’t read any of them yet but have the hardback and audio of Lucy Worsley’s book coming up soon on my TBR/TBL lists. Quite a few of the others are on my Wish List, of course: Alexa Adams’, Caitlin Williams’ and Sophie Turner’s are just three of them.

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    Meredith, what would we do without you. Some I have, some are on my wish-list and some I’ve never seen before. Wow!! Thanks for the heads up. I’ll have to look at some of these. There goes my book budget. Oh well. I don’t need new shoes.

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      Happy to share some new reads with you, Jeanne! A lot of them were new to me too! Looking forward to checking them out some more! LOL! ah, priorities. 😉

  14.  

    Hello there
    Thanks so much for this comprehensive roundup. Just to let you know that I recently read ‘Four Riddles for Jane Austen’ by Gabrielle Mullarkey, and loved it. I didn’t really know much about Jane Austen or her books before (I know, I know…), though I did know just enough to get some of the very funny references to her characters in ‘Four Riddles’, having primarily chosen it because I like crime in a period setting.
    Fantastic blog, thanks so much for introducing me further to the world of Jane!

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