Sep 292017
 

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Hi readers, did September treat you well?  How are you enjoying the beginning of autumn?

It looks like some of my favorite authors have been keeping extra busy this month!  So many new releases!! Did you happen to see all the Austenesque books published this last month?

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

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

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Austenesque Novel Finds – September 2017

 

A Beneficial, If Unwilling, Compromise by Bronwen Chisholm

A Less Agreeable Man (The Queen of Rosings Park Book 3) by Maria Grace

Ardently Admired (A Darcy and Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice Variation novel) by Cora Stirling

Between Darcy and the Deep Blue Sea: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Jane Grix

 

Caroline’s Censure (Darcy Marriage Series) (Volume 3) by Zoe Burton

Clever Compromises: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Novella by April Floyd

Darcy and Elizabeth What If? Collection 4 by Jennifer Lang

Decisions by Ola Wegner

 

Fair Stands the Wind by Catherine Lodge

First There is Love: A Pride and Prejudice Variations Collection by P. O. Dixon

Follow Your Dreams by Wanda J. Scott

I Could Write a Book by Karen M. Cox

 

Jane Austen and her Country-house Comedy by W.H. Helm

Jane Austen Lied to Me by Jeanette A. Watts

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in 61 Haiku (1,037 Syllables!) by James W. Gaynor

Loving Mr. Bingley: Book I by Isabelle Woodward

 

Marriage Season: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Eleanor Hardy

Mary Bennet and the Return of the Soldier: Book three in the Mary of Longbourn Series (Volume 3) by Carrie Mollenkopf

Matchmaking Grandmothers: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Cassandra B. Leigh

Mistaken by Jessie Lewis

   

Mr. Darcy’s Second Chance: A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation (VOLUME 1-3) (The Proposal) by Emma Berkeley

My Fair Lizzy: A Pride and Prejudice Regency Variation by Barbara Silkstone

On Equal Ground: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary by Elizabeth Adams

Particular Attachments (Particular Series) (Volume 2) by L.L. Diamond

    

Pemberley Gothick by Chris Webster

Personally, I’d Rather Lick Sand: A Modern Pride and Prejudice Variation Romantic Comedy by Ari Rhoge

Pride and Prejudice and Prudence: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Wynne Mabry

Pride, Prejudice & Pleasure: A Jane Austen Variation by Georgette Brown

   

Saved from Scandal: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Caitlin Marie Carrington

Second Chances by Alanna J. Rubin

Second Impressions by Pepper Basham

Secret Alliances: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Denise Adams

  

Something: Old, New, Later, True: A Pride & Prejudice Collection by Christie Capps

The Bennet Sisters Boxed Set (Books 1 – 4) by Mary Strand

The Companion by Jann Rowland

The Goodness of Men by Anngela Schroeder

   

The Meryton War by Deborah E. Pearson

The Shadow of Anubis: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Novel by Adele Dixon

The Widow Elizabeth: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Renata McMann and Summer Hanford

These Dreams by Nicole Clarkston

   

Three Weeks in Kent: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (A Convenient Marriage Book 2) by Meg Osborne

Through the Window Book Two: A Pride and Prejudice Variations by Mary Jane Ballew

Truths Universally Acknowledged: A Contemporary Retelling of ‘Pride & Prejudice’ by Valerie Sells

Unravelling Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Novella (A Dash of Darcy) by Leenie Brown

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

A Gift for Lizzy: A Sweet Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella by Lady Waller

A Gift for My Mr. Darcy: A Sweet Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella by Lady Waller

A Good Man Wickham: Preview – Companion to A Governess for Longbourne by Chelsea Fraisse

A Governess for Longbourne: A Pride and Prejudice Fan Fiction by Chelsea Fraisse

A Pair of Fine Eyes: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Charlotte Elliot

A Pemberley Haunting: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lindsay Beaudine

A Pemberley Pairing: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by Jane Hunter

Alison’s the Sensible One by Frances Duncan

Darcy’s Tempest: A Pride and Prejudice Short Story by Jennifer Kay

Elizabeth Bennet’s Tea Time Engagement: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate Variation by Avis McGinnis

Georgina by Brian Egan

In Spite of All His Endeavours: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Elizabeth Bridges

Loving Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate Novella (Master Darcy Book 5) by Sara English

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

One Has All The Goodness: A Pride & Prejudice story by J. N. Williams

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Are you overwhelmed by all these fabulous new reads!! I sure am!  There are 59 new Austenesque releases for the month of September!

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

There are so many that I want to read, I couldn’t possibly list them all!  However, this past month I did read I Could Write a Book by Karen M. Cox and it was fabulous!  (Even if you aren’t a fan of Emma Woodhouse or Emma, you should give it a try!)

Also, I know I’ll be reading A Beneficial, If Unwilling, CompromiseA Less Agreeable Man (The Queen of Rosings Park Book 3), Particular Attachments (Particular Series) (Volume 2), These Dreamsand The Goodness of Men soon!  But there are so many others that I’m excited about adding to my TBR list!!

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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  30 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – September 2017”

  1.  

    looking forward to Anngela’s book.

    denise

  2.  

    Ack! I am drowning in JAFF! How can one choose? I know I will read the authors that I know and trust, but it is hard to select among all the new authors. Thanks for the list!

  3.  

    Another great list!! Thanks, Meredith, they’re so brilliant and helpful. Have a lovely weekend and good luck with making headway through as many new releases as possible!

  4.  

    Wow! I’ve read and loved the books by Leslie Diamond, Catherine Lodge and Bronwen Chisolm. I have the books by Elizabeth Adams and Maria Grace (I’ve just started reading the first of her series) and I have several others on my wish list.
    The rest I will check out. As well as the ones you plan to read I would recommend Fair Stands The Wind. It’s not very long but the storyline is different and I really enjoyed it.
    Thanks for this list Meredith.

  5.  

    I keep wondering when this boom will stop, but apparently the answer is never isn’t it? We will never be able to read everything and choosing keeps harder and harder…
    I have read On Equal Ground from Elizabeth Adams and highly recommend it. I want to read Maria Grace’s book, but I need to read the first 2 volumes before this last one, and The Goodness of Men is also on my TBR list.
    Thanks for this list Meredith 🙂

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      So true, Rita! I do lament often about not being able to read everything! But I guess it is also equally good that we will never run out of books to read! I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed On Equal Ground!! Thanks for checking out the list, Rita!

  6.  

    Another tremendous month for reading!

  7.  

    What a collection!!!
    Must admit that I’m really looking forward to reading Mistaken by Jessie Lewis and Elzabeth Adams’ On Equal Ground.
    Both of these have a very interesting premise and I’ve heard great things about them!
    Cheers for sharing this fantastic list, Meredith!

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      I agree! Great choices! I love all these interesting new twists authors have been coming up with lately! They definitely have not run out of ideas! Thanks for checkin out my list, Mary! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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    I have read all of Christie Capps; although it was not as a boxed set. I enjoyed those. I have read Fair Stands the Wind and Mistaken as unpublished stories and loved both. And I read and enjoyed On Equal Ground. I have Particular Attachments on my Kindle to read.

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      I think the box set looks lovely for Christie Capps! I am so glad to hear you loved Fair Stands the Wind and Mistaken! MP sure knows how to pick some real winners! 🙂 Hope you are enjoying a lovely weekend!

  9.  

    Thank you for your lists, Meredith, even though none of us can keep up.

  10.  

    Wow! With so many new JAFF novels to choose from, there has to be something for everyone on the list. I’m looking forward to reading Mistaken by Jessie Lewis, and I definitely want to try a new author I haven’t read yet. Thanks for compiling the list, Meredith.

  11.  

    Too many!

  12.  

    As always, I haven’t read any of them but I’ve noticed “On Equal Ground” by Elizabeth Adams and being the author of the beautiful “The Houseguest” I think it’s an interesting option!

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    Wow! Meredith, you are so cool to list these for us. Several I knew about. On in particular, I’ve been waiting for and the others are like finding gold nuggets in the river. I realize I have to be careful as not all that glitters is gold. Having been burned by bad JAFF, I too will support those I know but am willing to give other authors a chance. Good Writing to all our authors. Thanks for this post.

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    As long as you don’t count my HUGE wish list, and ginormous TBR….I’m actually ahead of the game this month having read two from the list above. You will love love love Nicole Clarkson’s book even though stock up on tissues before hand. I loved Leslie Diamond’s book too and read books 1 & 2 back to back. (You’ll need some tissues there too! 🙂 ) I’m looking forward to a handful of the releases this month including those by Maria Grace, Elizabeth Adams, and Catherine Lodge. I’m so behind in Zoe Burton’s books. :/ Some other’s too I noticed were 2nd or 3rd parts in their stories and I wasn’t aware of #1. (!!!!) And there are a fair number of interesting titles from new-to-me-authors. Good month.

    Well this just makes the anticipation of your monthly agenda so lovely. 🙂

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      Go Michelle! I know how you feel! When I have read at least one book from the list, I feel like I am at least staying somewhat up to date! 😉 I can’t wait to read the new books from Leslie and Nicole!! They sound so great! Thanks for checking out the list, my friend! I’m glad you enjoyed it!

  15.  

    It is bananas (and delightful) that there are still so many Austen-inspired fictions coming out. I just wish there were more Persuasion-inspired ones! (I got so excited when I thought Fair Stands the Wind would be one!) (I’m still adding it to the TBR b/c I love nautical-inspired novels.) I Could Write a Book sounds charming and I’m adding it, too. Thanks for assembling this list!

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      I agree! So many new stories that look so enticing! 😉 Some more Persuasion-inspired stories would be lovely! Great choices! I Could Write a Book is very well done I know you will love it. I agree with liking the nautical theme in Fair Stands the Wind, that is one of the reasons I want to read it too. 😉

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