Oct 302017
 

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Hi readers, does anyone know what happened to October?!?  I thought it started just a week ago…and now we are at the end of the month!  :/  And it looks like it has been another terrific month for Austenesque books being published! Thank you authors!!

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 October 2017 for your perusing pleasure!

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

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Austenesque Novel Finds – October 2017

 

A Most Handsome Gentleman by Suzan Lauder

A Nudge in the Right Direction: A Pride and Prejudice Variation – Novella by Nicky Roth

An Accident at Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Linda C. Thompson

An Invisible Thread: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lily Bernard

  

Banished to Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Beth Norfolk

Cake and Courtship (Mr Bennet’s Memoirs Book 1) by Mark Brownlow

Chance and Circumstance by Kara Louise

Christmas at Longbourn (Pride & Prejudice Continues) (Volume 4) by Karen Aminadra

    

Cocktails with Miss Austen: Conversations on the world’s most beloved author by Caroline Doherty de Novoa

Darcy and Elizabeth: Stolen Pleasures: An Intimate Pride and Prejudice Anthology by Ginny Stevens

Darcy’s Yuletide : A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Sam Black

Dreaming Highbury by Ellen Mary Soule

  

Extraordinary Devotion: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation (When Love Blooms Book 3) by Rose Fairbanks

Felicity in Marriage: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Cassandra Knightley

Folly and Forgiveness: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lizzy Brandon

Fortunate Diversions: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Campbell Davies

   

Georgie’s Redemption (Pride & Prejudice & Racecars Book 2) by Zoe Burton

Green Card by Elizabeth Adams (rerelease)

Hearts Bound Together as One: A Pride and Prejudice Variations Collection by P. O. Dixon

Her Very Own Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Harriet Knowles

   

In Netherfield Library and Other Stories by Meg Osborne

Jane Austen’s Transatlantic Sister: The Life and Letters of Fanny Palmer Austen by Sheila Johnson Kindred

Lit for Little Hands: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and Brooke Jordan

Lizzy Bennet Meets the Countess: A Bennet Wardrobe Novella by Don Jacobson

   

Longbourn’s Distinguished Guest: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Emily Russell

Meant to Be: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Andreea Catana

Mr Darcy’s Guide to Pemberley – Deluxe Limited Edition by J. B. Grantham

Netherfield Proposal: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Campbell Davies

   

Pemberley Dreams: Two Pride and Prejudice Re-imaginings for the Price of One by Josie Case

Pemberley Park – The Twelve Days of Christmas: Where Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park Meet, and Continue by Georgina Young-Ellis

President Darcy: A Modern Pride and Prejudice Variation by Victoria Kincaid

Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe by Melissa de la Cruz

   

Pride, Prejudice & Wicked Pleasure: A Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice Variation by Em Brown

Reading Austen in America by Juliette Wells

Resolution and Determination, A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Katie Speck

Teaching Eliza by Riana Everly

  

The Gallant Vicar and The Return of the Gallant Vicar: Two Pride and Prejudice Variations by Barbara Silkstone

The Meryton Mystery Series: A Set of Pride & Prejudice Variations by Jennifer Joy

The Spy’s Engagement: A Pride and Prejudice Novel Variation by Diane Bryton

Three Brides for Mr Darcy: An Anthology of Pride and Prejudice Variations by Cassandra Knightley

True Love Comes to Delaford: A Sense and Sensibility Whimsy by Virginia Kohl

With the Colonel’s Help: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Leenie Brown

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

A Most Agreeable Marriage: A Chaste Pride and Prejudice Variation by Katya Simons

A Vintage Halloween (Memories of Old Antique Shop Book 3) by Cat Gardiner

Can You Believe It?: A Mansfield Park Theatrical for Jane Austen Book Clubs by Elizabeth Reed

Christmas of Love: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella (Storms of Love Book 2) by Taryn Ann Edwards

Felicity in Marriage by Aria Benedict

Halloween At Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lindsay Beaudine

Mrs. Darcy Gives a Ball: A Pride & Prejudice continuing story novella by Anne E. Myhan

Netherfield by Brian Egan

Prudence and Imprudence: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Novella by Madalynne L. Joyce

Rosings by Brian Egan

The Reunion: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lolicia Florence

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Are you overwhelmed by all these fabulous new reads!! I sure am!  There are 53 new Austenesque releases for the month of October!

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

I haven’t read any from this list yet, but there are 8 of these lovely books on my TBR pile!  And I cannot wait to read them!!!  I just need to quite my daytime job so I can read full-time! After I read those 8 I know I’ll be wanting to get my hands on some others!

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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  28 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – October 2017”

  1.  

    I have only read Lizzy Bennet Meets the Countess and President Darcy. I am still trying to read some of the books on Kindle that have just been sitting there – in other words: playing catch-up. Thanks for your lists. Makes me realize how far I am behind…smiling.

    Are you informing us that Thanksgiving and Christmas are upon us????

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    OH, and I did read Cat Gardiner’s Vintage Halloween. Love her books.

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    I’ve just purchased Jane Austen The Chawton Letters, edited by Kathryn Sutherland. It’s a small hardback book and I can’t wait to read it.

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    53? I’ll be lucky to read a fraction of them on top of my current TBR list of freebies and top recommendations from reviewers and friends! Although I’m sure all these authors take their writing seriously, how does one filter out those capitalizing on the popularity of JAFF with quick back-to-back releases and those who take care to share higher quality craft with the more discerning of readers? Of course, my reading priorities lean heavily on the opinions of reviewers like you, Meredith, and I don’t know how you manage it! Thanks so much for your support of readers and authors.

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      I so need a couple months off work to be able to read all I want to! 😉 Wouldn’t that be nice! Like you I really appreciate recommendations, I am very rarely steered wrong. However, I am willing to give new authors a try, it’s great that readers have so much to choose from. Something for everyone!

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    Wow, so many fabulous new releases! Thanks, Meredith!

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    I have “Green Card” and hope to finish it this week. Looks like it was another big month for publishing Austenesque books!

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    What a list,Meredith!

    I don’t much about some of them but I would dearly love to read Elizabeth Adams’ Green Card,Don’s Lizzy meets the Countess and Victoria’s Pres. Darcy!
    So many books,so little time!
    Cheers for sharing!

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    I want to read Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe

    denise

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    WOW!!! I’m like you; I haven’t read any on this list. I do have several on my wish-list and TBR pile. Man… where did the time go? It’s not like I wasn’t doing any reading. I looked over my GR read shelf and saw that I read nearly 20 books, novellas, unpublished stories and shorts, re-read several favorites… so I was busy. This list makes my mouth water. Man, I haven’t seen half of these. Where did they come from? So, my wish-list is growing as we speak. Thanks Meredith for sharing with us. When I’m snowed in this winter… I’ll be glad I have it.

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      That’s amazing! You sure were busy, Jeanne! I’m very impressed! I want to do that! LOL! 🙂 Yes, there are some nice surprises on this list. Yes, you will have plenty to keep busy with. 😉

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    I’ve got President Darcy on the reading pile, but cool, I had no idea Kara Louise had a new one out. And there are a couple of others that have hit the wish list.

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    I really appreciate your list. But, I really want to find Persuasion based stories. Are there any new ones out?

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      I would definitely list them if there were, I try not to leave anything out of my lists. It looks like this month didn’t have any though. Sorry! We definitely need some more Persuasion stories!

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    Wow! There is no way I can keep up! I will say that I am fortunate to own “Mr. Darcy’s Guide to Pemberley” which is absolutely beautiful! I have also read “Lizzy Bennet Meets the Countess” as I love this amazing series! I am really looking forward to reading, ‘A Most Handsome Gentleman’, ‘Chance & Circumstance’, Christmas at Longbourn, Folly & Forgiveness, Green Card, President Darcy, With the Colonel’s Help, Teaching Eliza, and Extraordinary Devotion. There are a few others that I would like to check out as well! Whew…now to fit them all in!!!!
    Thank you again Meredith!!!

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      Oh lucky you! I hope to get that one soon, it looks amazing!! I can only imagine what it looks like in person! Great choices!!! You can definitely keep busy with a list like that! I hope you enjoy a wonderful month full of reading!

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    My goodness, is that a record for one month, so many! How can we separate the wheat from the chaff? A couple of these caught my eye that I wasn’t previously aware of, have added them to the list 🙂

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    Oh my…. Most of these I hadn’t come across yet. A great mix of familiar and new names. I have Don Jacobson’s book and can’t wait to read that, except that I’m tempted to wait and reread the previous books first. The only one I’ve read thus far is Leenie’s book, With the Colonel’s Help, which is great. And that I read on her website as a weekly installment: Which I really hate doing. HA. I’m such a baby, I want to start and read straight through, which now I will be able to do again from the beginning. 🙂 Lots of yummy titles on this list. Thanks as always, Meredith.

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    Christmas at Longbourn by Karen Aminadra is on my tablet and ready to read.
    And I intend to buy – Extraordinary Devotion by Rose Fairbanks as it is about the Colonel. The rest have been added to my wish list but I am giving priority to non Darcy/Lizzy stories

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