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*The titles that have highlighted links are the ones I have read and reviewed on this blog

**This list is in chronological order based on the publication year


A Marriage of Attachment: A Sequel to A Contrary Wind by Lona Manning © 2018 S  MC

– Charming: A fairy tale retelling of Mansfield Park (The Jane Austen Fairy Tales) by Nina Clare © 2017  F  

– Bellevere House (Vintage Jane Austen Book 3) by Sarah Scheele © 2017  R

– Henry: To Prove Himself Worthy: A Mansfield Park Continuation, Episode 1 (Other Pens) by Leenie Brown © 2017  S  MC

Mansfield Parsonage by Kyra C. Kramer © 2017  APV  MC

Seeking Mansfield by Kate Watson © 2017  M  YA

A Contrary Wind by Lona Manning © 2017  V

Mansfield by Misty Dawn Pulsipher © 2016  M

Mount Hope: An Amish Retelling of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park by Sarah Price © 2016 R

The Crawfords of Mansfield Park by Leslie Adams © 2016 (ebook only)  MC  V

Mansfield Restored: Miss Crawford’s Return by Ronald McGowan © 2016  MC  S

Mary Crawford: Revisiting at Mansfield Park by Julia Braun Kessler © 2016  MC  S

– Fault and Faultlessness: Mansfield Park Adventures Volume 2 by C. M. Mitchell © 2016  APV  MC

Rest and Restlessness: Mansfield Park Adventures Volume 1 by C. M. Mitchell © 2015  APV  MC

The Moving and the Immovable: Mansfield Park Adventures Volume 2 by C. M. Mitchell © 2015  APV  MC

Rash and Rationality: Mansfield Park Adventures Volume 3 by C. M. Mitchell © 2015  APV  MC

Henry and Fanny: An Alternate Ending to Mansfield Park by Sherwood Smith © 2015 (ebook only)  V  N

The Dancy Monkeys by Sherwood Smith © 2015 (ebook only)  S  SS  MC

Mary’s Secret Desire by Tilda Templeton © 2015 (ebook only)  SS  MA

Mansfield Park The Crawfords’ Redemption by Kirsten bij’t Vuur © 2015 (ebook only)  N  V

Becoming Mrs. Norris by Alexa Adams © 2014 (ebook only) PR  SS

Parked at the Mansfields’ by Sandy Ward Bell © 2014  M

Solving for Ex by LeighAnn Kopans © 2014 M  YA

Revisit Mansfield Park: How Fanny Married Henry by Sarah Ozcandarli © 2014  N  V

Maria Returns: Barbados to Mansfield Park by Roslyn Russell © 2014  S  N  MC

– Solving for Ex by LeighAnn Kopans © 2013  M  YA

Finding Favors by Lana Long © 2013  M   YA

Mansfield Ranch by Jenni James © 2013  M   YA

– The Trouble with Flirting by Claire LaZebnik  © 2013   M   YA

– Suddenly You (Jane Austen Academy Series #4) by Cecilia Gray © 2013  M  YA

The Beresfords by Christina Dudley © 2012  M

– Whatever Love is by Rosie Rushton  © 2012  YA

– Murder at Mansfield by Lynn Shepherd © 2010  MY  V

Mansfield Park and Mummies by Vera Nazarian © 2009  P   PA  R

The Matters at Mansfield: Or, The Crawford Affair by Carrie Bebris © 2008  S  MY

Maria of Birkthwaite, A Jane Austen Sequel by Judith Brocklehurst © 2008  S  MC

Edmund Bertram’s Diary by Amanda Grange © 2007  APV

Central Park (Book Three in The Austen Series) by Debra White Smith © 2005 (republished in 2018)  M

The Youngest Miss Ward by Joan Aiken © 1998  PR  MC

The Reluctant Baronet by Jane Gillespie © 1998  S  MC

Mansfield Letters by Paula Atchia © 1996  S

The Admiral’s Lady by Joan Aiken © 1995 (in the Mammoth Book of Historical Detectives)  SS  MC

Mansfield Park: A Play by Willis Hall © 1994  PL

Mansfield Park: An Alternative Ending by Dorothy Allen and Ann Owen © 1989  SS

– Mrs. Rushworth by Victor Gordon © 1989  S  MC

Miss Abigail’s Part, or Version and Diversion by Judith Terry © 1987  APV  MC

Mansfield Revisited by Joan Aiken © 1984 (republished in 1996 and 2008)  S  MC

Ladysmead by Jane Gillespie © 1982  S  MC

Susan Price, or Resolution by Mrs. Francis Brown (Edith Charlotte Brown) © 1930  S  MC

M – Modern Adaption
SS– Short Story
S – Sequel
APV – Alternate Point-of-View
YA – Young Adult
F – Fantasy
PL – Play
PR – Prequel
MY – Mystery
P – Paranormal
PA – Parody
MC – Minor Character
V – Variation
R – Retelling
N – Novella
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  12 Responses to “A Comprehensive Guide to Austenesque Novels – Mansfield Park”


    I would like to know that which of these sequels are about Edmund, do you know? Because normally the sequels are about Susan Price or some other character but not Edmund. 🙁 (other than Edmund Bertram’s Diary which was amazing).


    Sure thing, Milka. It does seem that a lot of the of focus is on minor characters it seems.

    Maria of Birkthwaite, A Jane Austen Sequel – Maria Rushworth
    – Edmund Bertram’s Diary – Edmund
    – Central Park – a modern retelling of Mansfield Park
    – Mansfield Revisited – Susan Price
    – The Youngest Miss Ward – prequel to Mansfield Park
    – The Reluctant Baronet – Thomas Bertram
    – Mansfield Letters – Fanny and Henry
    – The Admiral’s Lady – Henry and Mary Crawford
    – Mansfield Park: A Play
    – Mansfield Park: An Alternative Ending – 7 chapters that change the ending of Mansfield Park
    – Mrs. Rushworth – Maria Rushworth
    – Miss Abigail’s Part, or Version and Diversion – Julia Bertram’s maid
    – Ladysmead – Mrs. Norris and Maria
    – Susan Price, or Resolution – Susan Price

    I have read Edmund Bertram’s Diary by Amanda Grange, and it is wonderful! I have also read Central Park by Debra White Smith and if you don’t mind the Christian undertones, it is a nice modern adaption to Mansfield Park.


    I think that the Central Park one could be interesting. I will add it to my list. 🙂
    Thanks a lot!


    I hope you enjoy it, Milka. It takes place in New York City (Central Park).

    I would like to try reading the ones about Maria Rushworth, I think it would be interesting to see what happens to her after her scandalous marriage. I also am intrigued to read the alternative ending one and Mansfield Letters.


    That’s cool, I love New York City. I will definitely look for that book, maybe my mom buys it to me as a christmas present. 😀

    Yeah, the alternative ending one could be interesting.


    I thank you so much for complimenting me on my blog (The Burton Review), I shall return the favor! I think I will like it here as well, and I’m now following you. Looking forward to perusing what you’ve got here.


    Thanks Marie.

    I have only been at this for three weeks. I noticed we have a lot of similar reading tastes. I look forward to comparing notes on books we have both read and finding new ones on your blog.


    I read Edmund Bertram’s Diary but don’t remember if I was enthused or not. I have to reread it. I had no idea there were so many other stories out there. Looks like many to look forward to.


    Hi Milka,
    I can’t promise you an Edmund-inspired book I’m afraid, but I do have what you might think is an interesting angle on him – and Fanny of course! I’ve always loved Mary Crawford, and felt for years that Austen weighed the scales against her, so you won’t be surprised to find she’s my heroine.


    Thanks so much for keeping the list updated. I’m so happy to see new Mansfield stories and hope for more in the future

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