Mar 302018


Hi friends!  I hope everyone is enjoying the last days of March!  Has spring started where you live? I know some people saw a bit (or a lot) of snow this month. Hopefully they used that bad weather to their advantage and cozied up for some nice reading time! Speaking of reading…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 March 2018 for your perusing pleasure!


Austenesque Novel Finds – March 2018

An Overheard Proposal: Darcy and Elizabeth What If? #13 by Jennifer Lang

Assumptions & Absurdities: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Cinnamon Worth


Camp Austen: My Life as an Accidental Jane Austen Superfan by Ted Scheinman


Darcy’s Surprise Betrothal: A Pride & Prejudice Novel Variation by Zoe Burton

Elizabeth Bennet: A Pride and Prejudice Retelling by Eliza Gordon

Enticing Miss Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Novella (Unravelled, Entangled, and Enticed: A Dash of Darcy and Companions Trilogy Book 3) by Leenie Brown

Everything Will Change: Pride and Prejudice by P.O. Dixon


If Mr. Darcy Dared: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Romance by Elizabeth Ann West

Lover’s Knot: A Mysterious Pride & Prejudice Variation by Jenetta James

Married To Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Regency Variation by Rebecca Preston

Mr. Darcy’s Ship: Pride & Prejudice Reimagined by Lari Ann O’Dell


Mysterious Mr. Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Monica Fairview

New Beginnings: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lily Bernard

Oh Brother: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Romance by Iris Lim

Senator Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Contemporary Variation by Charlotte Kingsley


Stranded With Mr Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Romance by Lin Mei Wei

The Arrangement to Save Pemberley: A Darcy and Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice Variation by Katie Naylor

The Assistant: Before Pride and Prejudice by Riana Everly

The Bennets Take on the Ton (The Sweet Regency Romance Series Book 12) by Perpetua Lingley


The Child by Jan Hahn

The Ladies of Rosings Park: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel and Companion to The Darcys of Pemberley by Shannon Winslow

The Pom of Pemberley: A Darcy and Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lesley Rose

The Secrets of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Jane Austen Reimaginings Book 9) by Rose Fairbanks


When Everything Changes: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Wendy Ann Gallant

Wickham, Hero of Pemberley: The Male of the Species Reads Pride and Prejudice  by Christopher Tegli

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

A Very Merry Mix-up: A Pride and Prejudice Novelette by Jennifer Redlarczyk

An Ardent Affection: Part 1 of a Pride and Prejudice Intimate Variation by Grace Reeve

Dear Sir, Dear Madam: A Pride and Prejudice Novella by Mary Lydon Simonsen

Desired By Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Sensually Romantic Variation (Desired by Darcy Book 1) by Gwen Avery

Lady Catherine Says: 365 Tweets of Condescension by Beth Overmyer

Mr. Darcy’s Perfect Peach: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate by Avis McGinnis

On the Road to Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Elizabeth, Overwhelmed Book 1) by Alice Everley

ROMANCED BY THE BOOK Short fiction: A Jane Austen romance left on a train. For her? by R.L. Lester

Shades of Pemberley: A Short Story by Charles Fray

The Adventure of the King’s Portrait (A Sherlock Holmes and Elizabeth Bennet Mystery) by Amelia Littlewood


Definitely some wonderful books joining the genre this month!!! There are 36 new Austenesque releases for the month of March!

*If I’m missing any this month it is because I’m currently on holiday and worked on this post in between travels and tours. (will add any missing books later!)

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

I have read 0 (so far) but I’m excited that some of these lovely books are already in my TBR pile – Mysterious Mr. Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice VariationThe Ladies of Rosings Park: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel and Companion to The Darcys of PemberleyA Very Merry Mix-up: A Pride and Prejudice Novelette,and The Assistant: Before Pride and Prejudice But I’m hoping to add a several more to that pile, like Lover’s Knot: A Mysterious Pride & Prejudice Variation, The Child, and The Secrets of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Jane Austen Reimaginings Book 9) ! 😉

Which books have you read?


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  26 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – March 2018”


    Haven’t read any yet but I am tempted by the non-ODC ones.
    Made a pledge not to buy any new books until I got my regency JAFF unread to a reasonable level – just got it to under 40 un-reads (read nearly 100 this year) so its time to buy books about Mary Bennet, the Colonel and all the other non Darcy/Elizabeth characters.


      That is a great accomplishment, Vesper!!! I am always hoping to minimize my unread pile, but I can’t help adding to it! LOL! No self-control. Congrats on making progress towards your goal. 🙂


    So many fun books! Thanks, Meredith!

    I have and I’m looking forward to reading, ‘Dear Sir, Dear Madam’ and ‘The Assistant’. I see a few more I had planned on getting, but your list just adds to my ‘want to read’ list! Lol!


      Great choices, Candy! I’m so happy to see Mary Lydon Simonsen publishing her stories! 😉 Glad to hear that others on this list interest you! Happy reading, my friend!


    Thanks so much Meredith for listing my Novelette with the new shorter releases. It’s a quick read and lots of fun! As to what I have read … I’m way behind but I will admit to having read Enticing Miss Darcy, Darcy’s Surprise Betrothal, The Secrets of Pemberley and The Child. All very enjoyable. Thanks for all your efforts, especially when you were on vacation. Jen


      Absolutely, Jennifer! I’m so excited for your new release and that you are publishing your works! I cannot wait to read it! 🙂 That’s great that you read so many new stories from this month and that they were all enjoyable! 🙂


    I read Camp Austen. I thought it was ok. My inner George Knightley found the author to be too much like Frank Churchill to love the book. However, the author gave a talk at the Boston Public Library and was far more likable in that setting.


      Hmmm. Good to know, Kirk. I’m not Frank Churchill’s biggest fan so I may have to consider that one carefully before giving it a go. 😉 Thanks for sharing! How awesome that you got to see the author give a talk!


    Excluding my book, I have only read two so far. Mysterious Mr. Darcy was fabulous and A Very Merry Mix-up was delightful. I can’t wait to read more of this awesome list. Thanks Meredith!


    And I just enjoyed Lady Catherine Says….quite amusing!!!


    FYI, “THE JANE AUSTEN WARS: Who was secretly leaving her romantic fiction to find?” by R.L. Lester doesn’t seem to exist, and searching for that title gets nothing. However, there is now a book, “ROMANCED BY THE BOOK Short fiction: A Jane Austen romance left on a train. For her?” by the same author, dated 3/18/18. Sadly, no reviews, and very short, only 56 pages.


      Thanks for letting me know, Ginna! It is so weird because it was under the other title only the day before. I’m glad to have the correct title and amazon link.


    Looking forward to reading The Assistant and Assumptions and Absurdities. Thanks again for all the work you do in putting these lists together.


    I’ve only read Mysterious Mr. Darcy from this list- lovely- and have about five more marked for my attention.


    So many books to choose from! Thanks for another great list, Meredith!


    I haven’t read any but I would like to give a try to “The Assistant” and “Lover’s knot “. This Easter I went out some days on holidays and Spring had started to blossom at the mountains slowly: some trees had its tiny and beautiful white flowers but others remained with no leaves or flowers because it’s still cold and rainy and snowy days seem to stay during April. However, as you said, I took advantage of the bad weather and cozied up for some nice reading time with “Pemberly: Mr Darcy’s dragon ” by Maria Grace. I’m enjoying this story a lot so I don’t mind if the weather is bad 😉
    Thank you so much for compiling this list and I’m looking forward to hearing from your holidays!


      Hi Teresa! Great choices! Those are two I’m definitely excited to see published! 😉 Sounds like you enjoyed quite a lovely Spring, I hope the rain and snow days lessen and that you have more sunshine! That’s great that you enjoyed some lovely reading time though! 🙂


    I’m tickled to see my book here, and I’m beyond thrilled that folks are looking forward to reading it. I hope you all love it! I certainly couldn’t be in better company. 😀


    I read Lover’s Knot, The Child, Oh Brother, The Secrets of Pemberley and If Mr. Darcy Dared. But that is a pittance compared to how many were released. Thanks for your lists, Meredith.


    I know we are almost in the end of the month and you will soon post another list Meredith, but I had to come and check this one now that I’m starting to have a little more time on my hands 🙂 I absolutely love these posts 🙂
    I have only read The Child and Lover’s Knot from this list but I’m hoping to read a few others.
    The number of published books appears to be slowing down comparing to previous months doesn’t it? I wonder if it is only a phase… I know I should be happy for bigger numbers as it means more books in the genre, but I confess they leave me restless with the feeling I don’t have enough time to read most of them, I feel more comfortable with numbers such as this 🙂

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