Nov 302018

Hi dear readers, are you ready for December to begin? I am and I’m not too sad it is almost here…just a little chagrined that I don’t have a lot of my Christmas gifts figured out and purchased yet! But maybe I will catch up with that this weekend! 

There have been some fantastic Austenesque books published this past month! Have you seen them all? 

Here’s a list of Austenesque Novel Finds for November 2018 for your perusing pleasure!

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


Austenesque Novel Finds – November 2018

1812 How It All Began: Part 2 (The Darcy Legacy) by Deborah E. Pearson

A Compromised Compromise: An Elizabeth and Darcy Story by Timothy Underwood

A Holiday to Remember: A Pride and Prejudice Novella by Jennifer Redlarczyk

A Most Affectionate Mother: A Pride and Prejudice sequel (Sweet Tea Stories) by Maria Grace


A Season Lost: A Pride & Prejudice Continuation (Constant Love Book 3) by Sophie Turner

At Last: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Anne Morris

Bored & Bewitched: A Retelling of Pride & Prejudice by Darcy and the Gents by Sophia Rae

Darcy Makes Amends: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Faye Townsend


Darcy’s Angel: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Jennifer Kay

Drawing Mr. Darcy: A Faithful Portrait (Book Two) by Melanie Rachel

Drawing Mr. Darcy: Sketching His Character (Book One) by Melanie Rachel

Forced to Marry: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Bella Breen

Jane Austen’s Dragons: 3-book Digital Boxed Set by Maria Grace

Love’s Second Wind: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Romance by Lucy-Anne Ellis

Miss Darcy’s Christmas (Pride & Prejudice Continues Book 5) by Karen Aminadra

Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Bride: A Sweet and Wholesome Pride and Prejudice Variation by Elizabeth Goodrich

Mr. Darcy’s Cipher: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Spies and Prejudice Book 1) by Violet King

Mr. Darcy’s Enchantment: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Abigail Reynolds

Pride and Prejudice and Passports: A Modern Retelling by Corrie Garrett

Scurrilous Intentions: A Pride & Prejudice Continuation Novella by Jemima Selkirk


Surprised by Love: A Darcy & Elizabeth Pride and Prejudice Variation by Jane Wentworth

The Complete Lost Heir Novella Series: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by April Floyd

The Portrait of Elizabeth: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (The Scent of Lavender Book 1) by Jane Angwin

The Unreformed Mr Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lin Mei Wei


To Conquer Pride: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Jennifer Altman

Treasured: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation (Loving Elizabeth Book 3) by Rose Fairbanks

Trouble Comes to Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Rosemary Barton

Yuletide: A Jane Austen-Inspired Collection of Stories (The Quill Collective Book 4) Edited by Christina Boyd

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

A Christmas Engagement: A Pride and Prejudice Holiday Sensual Intimate Trilogy by Lauretta Wilson

A Christmas Eve Visitor: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (A Christmas Engagement Book 2) by Lauretta Wilson

A Fireside Surprise: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (A Christmas Engagement Book 3) by Lauretta Wilson

A Night with Mr. Darcy to Remember: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by P. O. Dixon

A Very Meryton Christmas: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Olivia Kane

Captain Wentworth’s Christmas Wish: A Persuasion Variation by Meg Osborne

Elizabeth’s Duet: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate Variation (Love’s Sweet Song Book 1) by Susannah Barton

The Holiday Hero: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (A Christmas Engagement Book 1) by Lauretta Wilson


Doesn’t feel like Christmas has come early? There are 36 new Austenesque releases for the month of November!

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

🍂 I have read 0 books from this list. 😦

🍂 But I plan on reading 5 books soon:  😃

🍂 And there are still many others that caught my eye…like the new series by Melanie Rachel and Pride and Prejudice and Passports: A Modern Retelling.I need more hours in each day to read all these books!! 😉

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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  31 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – November 2018”


    Thank you so much for posting Meredith. There so many great new books …I think only have 3 out so many of these new releases…


    So many interesting books to get my hands on! LOL! You’re so right, Meredith, I need more hours in a day, too!


    I have only read one of these – A Holiday To Remember – which was very entertaining. I would love to read more but like you I don’t know some of the authors so I will likely stick with those I know to begin with. 🙂


    I have read maybe three of these and it does seem like there were a lot of good, new releases this month. I read Mr. Darcy’s Enchantment, To Conquer Pride, and Treasured. Thanks for your lists, again, Meredith.


    So much to read! I hope you enjoy them all. Besides YULETIDE (of course!) I have only read Melanie Rachel’s “Drawing Mr Darcy”, Part 1&2 which I enjoyed very much.


      Yes! 🙂 I am very excited to read Yuletide!! I love having another one of your anthologies in my reading pile! I’m hearing some great things about Drawing Mr. Darcy!


    Oh boy, a very nice bunch of releases from fave authors this month. A big handful of must-reads, too. It does feel like Christmas came early. Besides the ones you have planned I’ll add Maria Grace’s Most Affectionate Mother, about Mary. I read part of it as a WIP and really want to find out what happens next! And as usual, for me at least, quite a number of new names with titles that look pretty interesting. Looking forward to your reviews of the books from your personal list. Good luck with that Christmas shopping!


    Oh My! I’ve only read TWO so far on your fabulous list! Thanks so much for this post. I can see this is going to be a crazy fun reading month! Jen Red


    I read Yuletide and I have Mr. Darcy’s Enchantment next. I hope to read Jen’s book But wow, yeah, that’s a pile there. 🙂


    I will be reading A Most Affectionate Mother and Miss Darcy’s Christmas


    Excellent list Meredith… thanks for all your hard work. Say hello to Mr. Bingley. Blessing for a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.


    Thank you Meredith, your list are always full of new reads I need to add to my TBR list…
    Have just add the Christmas titles to the top of my pile.
    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to yourself and Mr. Bingley..


    Meredith: Thank you SO MUCH for including my book, both on the list of new releases and on your own personal TBR list! What a thrill to be mentioned alongside so many of my favorite JAFF authors! So many of these books look excellent. And since I’ve been reading nothing but my own book over and over again for the past month while I worked through final revisions and copy-edits, I am extremely excited to be able to go back to devouring all the great books I’ve missed out on! 🙂


      My pleasure, Jennifer! I’m so excited about your debut release! And after learning all about it on your blog tour, I’m even more excited to be reading it soon!

      Yay! Hope you enjoy your reading this month!


    “Drawing Mr Darcy ” caught my eye too!. And, don’t you think “Mr Darcy’s enchantment ” by Abigail Reinolds is a thrilling choice? . I’ve read the review and Mr Darcy is a magician and will need Elizabeth’s help during a magic war. It sounds really fantastic 😉
    Thanks a lot for keeping us update! . I haven’t purchased all the Christmas gifts yet but I’ll have to find time to get them! LOL


    Sounds like a great selection. Happy reading!


    Thank you so much for all your great posts, Meredith! Love your lists!!


      Thank you, Joana! I’m so grateful to authors like yourself that give me so much to post about!! I love the Austenesque genre and don’t think I will ever get tired of it!

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