Feb 282018


Hi readers, I hope everyone had a wonderful February!  It has been a strange month weather-wise here!  Over the weekend we had temps in the mid-70s (24 degrees celsius)!  Although we are known for mild winters in the south, this is unseasonably mild!  And yet, I know from Facebook that the western and northern parts of our country had some snow around the same time.  I believe I saw that England did too!  Crazy weather, indeed! 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 February 2018 for your perusing pleasure!

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


Austenesque Novel Finds – February 2018

A Dash of Darcy Duo 2: Two Pride and Prejudice Novellas (A Dash of Darcy) by Leenie Brown (boxset)

A Life Apart: A Darcy and Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice Variation by Harriet Knowles

A Short Period of Exquisite Felicity by A. D’Orazio

Chance Encounters: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Anne-Marie Grace

Charlotte’s Tale: A Pride and Prejudice Alternative by Isabelle Woodward

Echo from the Past: A Darcy and Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice Variation by Maddie Rowden

Elizabeth’s Choice: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Gianna Thomas

Elizabeth & Darcy: The Graduate School Series by Brittany Dayle

Escaping Austen: A Continuation of Lost In Austen by Samantha McKay

Friendship of a Special Kind: A novel Inspired by Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy and his Everlasting Appeal by Moira Bianchi (re-release)

From Pemberley With Love: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Claire J. Russell

Growing Pains: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kate Speck

Irrevocably Gone: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by P. O. Dixon

Miss Bennet and the Beast: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Novel by April Floyd

Mr. Darcy & Elizabeth: What Time Has Done: a Pride and Prejudice Variation Romance by Alyssa Jefferson

No More Than Friends: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Wendy Ann Gallant

On Stranger Prides: A Pride and Prejudice Novel by Amy Cecil

Passionately Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Intimate Anthology by Lori Lipps and Ginny Stevens (boxset)

Pride and Prometheus by John Kessel

Rancho Valle: Jane Austen in California by Reina M. Williams (boxset)

Seeking Mr. Debonair (The Jane Austen Pact) by Cami Checketts 

Snowbound with Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Caitlin Marie Carrington

The Darcy Estate: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Mary Bannatyne

The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen: The Trilogy by Collins Hemingway

What Comes Between Cousins by Jann Rowland

What Lingers In the Heart: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Allison Smith

Where The Heart Belongs: A Darcy and Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice Variation by Tilly Davis

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

A Twist at Netherfield: A Pride and Prejudice variation by T.L. Northwood

Behind Closed Doors: A Pride & Prejudice Sensual Intimate Collection by Sarah Jane Wood, Rosemarie Stringer, Annie Luthor, and Rosalee Mark

Caroline Bingley’s Perfect Plan: A Pride & Prejudice variation by C.A. Miller

Cloning Jane by Ellen Quinn

Darcy’s Darkness Boxed Set: 1-3: A trio of steamy Pride & Prejudice romances by J.L. Pearl (boxset)

Intimate Sketches of Mr Darcy… and His Friend: A Pride and Prejudice steamy variation (Charlotte and Sir Richard Book 3) by C.P. Waterman and Julia Beaumont

Letters of Love & Deception by Emily C. A. Snyder (re-release) 

Masquerade: A Pride & Prejudice Sensual Variation (Darcy, A Little Darker Book 1) by Cora Aston

Mr. Darcy’s Defiance: a steamy Pride & Prejudice variation romance (Darcy’s Darkness Book 4) by J.L. Pearl

Mr. Darcy’s Second Chance: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Novella by Madalynn L. Joyce

News Comes to Pemberley by Margaret Lynette Sharp

Sleepless Nights at Pemberley: A Pride & Prejudice Sensual Intimate Collection by Rose Arabella, Kelly Ann Dolly, Lauren K. West, and Jessica Beckett (boxset)

The Forgotten Bonnet: A Sweet Pride and Prejudice Variation Short Story by Giselle Vezelay

The Lovesick Maid: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel (Charlotte Collins Mysteries Book 1) by Mark Brownlow

The Shadow of Moriarty (A Sherlock Holmes and Elizabeth Bennet Mystery) by Amelia Littlewood

The Tramp by Brian Egan


Looks like another great selection this month! There are 42 new Austenesque releases for the month of February!

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

I have read 0 (still catching up on many 2017 releases!)  But I have Pride and Prometheus in my review pile and will be adding a few more to my wishlist!

How many have you read?  Do you have any recommendations?


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  21 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – February 2018”


    Sooo excited. Lots and lots of D & E books. It is snowing here whilst I email and hopefully we will all be sent home soon as the traffic and roads were horrendous yesterday. Thanks Meredith


    Quite a list. All P&P I notice. Snowing here in Southern Ireland since last night. The country has closed down of course. We’re not used to it and we’re never ready for it when it does come. Very bad forecast for the next three days. So as I’m living out in the countryside I won’t be going anywhere. Great excuse to get some extra reading in.


      Yes, indeed. How fun that it snowed! But I so know what you mean about everything shutting down. That happens where I live too! Definitely best to stay in and read!


    I’ve read one. Amy D’Orazio’s A SHORT PERIOD OF EXQUISITE FELICITY. It was exquisite!


    Just about to start on Stranger Prides , really want to read Pride and Prometheus by John Kessel (hoping for the hardcopy of that) and interested in reading Charlotte’s Tale.
    After checking how many kindles and ePUBs I have left to read (mainly historical mysteries) – over 2500 which is about 4 years worth of reading – I have basically stopped buying any more books


      Ooh! That one has caught my eye, too. 🙂 I understand about wanting to stop buying new books until you catch up on other reads. That is amazing that you could fit in so many reads in one year!


    Wow! Well there are at least six that I want to check out. I have Amy’s book on order and I am thrilled to see that ‘The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen’ is now in a trilogy set! Pride and Prometheus sounds intriguing as does Charlotte’s Tale. Jann Rowland always has unique premises so will be looking into that one and I’m curious about Escaping Austen as I loved the movie and have the first book! Thank you for finding all of these!


    Nothing tells me better that it’s the end of another month like your lists do. Argh…it cannot be that time again. So many authors I haven’t read yet, lots of interesting titles. I’m really looking forward to Amy’s book and will be looking into the those whose authors I am familiar with. But to be sure I’ll check into some new ones too. Here goes my crazy long wish list again.

    Our weather here in the Midwest US is pretty typical. Some snow and ice, some normal cold, a little deeply frigid, and for the past couple of days a teasing warm up. Just enough of a warming trend to make it a jolt when the bitter stuff comes back, which it will. But quite fortunately, we don’t have to get out in it for the most part and can wait out the bad street conditions….for the most part. :/

    You had a great month of reviews Meredith. I’m not quite caught up on those yet, though.


      This wish list continues to grown forever, no matter how many books get taken off it! 😉 That’s nice that you had some warmer weather, hopefully spring will be here to stay soon!


    Wow!! Thanks Meredith and I’m sure Mr. Bingley helps too… thanks to both of you. Looking forward to a new month of publications.


    I’ve only read Pride & Prometheus from the list and Amy D’Orazio’s book is the only one I added to my wish list. I’m still catching up on others, tool. 😉

    Oh man, the weather just will not make up its mind. We had snow, then rain, then perfect sun, and now more storming. At least, I got to freshen our house with the windows open a few days. 🙂


    I just gave The Tramp a try. Nope! Crude, typos, and confusing


    Oh, so many! (As well as my own WiP!…) I am just now embarking on the Linda Berdoll continuations, and wonder if I can ever find the time to read all the variations I’d like to…


    I have read three of those pictured & one of those just listed. Thank you, as always, for your work in compiling these lists for us.


    I’ve only read two of your featured books and now it’s March! No pressure to catch up, of course.


    I’ve managed to read only one of the short stories, but I am putting several of these on my kindle. As of now, once I quit writing I shall have 98,562 kindles to read in my retirement. 🙂


    Pride and Prometheus sounds intriguing


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