Apr 292019
 

Hi readers, do you know where April went? I feel like the month just flew by…which is such a shame since it was such a beautiful month weather-wise!

I hope you all enjoyed some reading time this month… I was able to fit in a tolerable amount, but I also did a lot of movie watching as we were preparing for Avengers: Endgame which we saw yesterday!! 🎥🦸🏻‍♂️🦹🏼‍♀️

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 April 2019 for your perusing pleasure!

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Austenesque Novel Finds – April 2019

A Friend’s Betrayal: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (A Season of Misunderstanding Book 2) by Meg Osborne

A Trifling Cold: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Lory Lilian

A Witch For Mr. Darcy: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Jessica L. Jackson

Be More Jane: Bring out your inner Austen to meet life’s challenges by Sophie Andrews

Choosing Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Grace Hollister

Darcy and Elizabeth’s Great Romance: A Dear Dahlia Publishing Collection: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate Anthology by Alice Everley and Florence Prescott

Darcy’s Secret Marriage: A Pride & Prejudice Novel Variation by Zoe Burton

Dear Jane: The final book in the Highbury Trilogy, inspired by Jane Austen’s ‘Emma’. by Allie Cresswell

Desire and Honor: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by S. R. Wilkerson

Do you love me?: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Laura Moretti

Emma the Matchmaker: An Austen Inspired Romantic Comedy by Rachel John

First Impressions: a YA twist on Pride and Prejudice by Kirstin Odegaard

Forgetting Darcy: a Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kate Jensen

Gin Austen: 50 Cocktails to Celebrate the Novels of Jane Austen by Colleen Mullaney

If I Loved You Less (Pemberley House Book 2 by Noelle Adams

Jane Austen’s Advice: 100 Lessons on Life by Patty Robertson

Jane Austen’s Little Book About Life edited by Terry Glaspey

Lady Elizabeth’s Affectionate Heart: A Pride and Prejudice Alternative Story by Gillian Anderson

Love Unmasked: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Bella Breen

Masquerade: A Steamy Pride & Prejudice Variation by Emma East

Mr. Bennet’s Daughter: An Elizabeth and Darcy Story by Timothy Underwood

Mrs. Bennet’s Admonishments: Pride and Prejudice and Perseverance by Doris Salerno

Playing Jane Austen: Parlour Plays for Drawing-room Performance by Rosina Fillipi

Prince Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Pride, Prejudice & Fairy Tales Book 1)  by Allison Smith

Rank and Circumstance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kate Speck

Something: Regency, Romantic, Rollicking & Reflective: A Pride & Prejudice Collection 2 by Christie Capps

Stolen Moments with Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Anthology by Rose Fairbanks

The Adventures of Lizzy Bennet – Book 3: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kate Speck

The Capture of Fitzwilliam by Melanie Schertz

The Darcy Governess: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Sloane Wilson

The Locket Thief: A Darcy & Elizabeth mystery by April Floyd

The Longbourn Conundrum by Deborah E. Pearson

The Meryton Mystery Series 4-5: A Set of Pride & Prejudice Variations by Jennifer Joy

The Meyersons of Meryton by Mirta Ines Trupp

The Mist of Her Memory: A Pride & Prejudice Romantic Suspense Variation by Suzan Lauder

The Path to Longbourn: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Julia Middleton

To Teach the Admiring Multitude: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Continued by Eleanor Wilton

True Love Never Fails… by Debra-Anne Kummoung

Unexpected Friends & Relations: A Jane Austen Crossover by Jayne Bamber

Wicked Wickham: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Anne Harlowe

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

A Ride with Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Mr. Darcy’s Daring Bride Book 2) by Jane Hunter

A Struggle for Love: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Florence Gold

At Pemberley Stables: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate Novella (Darcy’s Daring Bride Book 1) by Jane Hunter

His Frozen Heart: A Pride & Prejudice Novella by Christie Capps

Lizzy’s Scrapbook: A Visual Companion to Darcy’s Hope ~ Beauty from Ashes: A World War 1 Pride & Prejudice Variation (Great War Romance) by Ginger Monette

Mr. Darcy’s Miracle: A Magical Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kathleen Scott

Mr. Darcy’s Daring Bride: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate Pairing by Jane Hunter

Saving Mr Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Intimate and Sensual Variation by Becky Day

Spoiled by Mr. Darcy (Becoming His Book 4) by J.L. Pearl

The Disastrous Proposal: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Mr. Darcy’s Letter Book 1) by Florence Prescott

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There are 50 new Austenesque releases for the month of April!

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

🌷 I have read 1 book from this list – Be More Jane.

🌷 And I know I’ll be reading Dear Jane: The final book in the Highbury Trilogy soon. (I’m finally reading 2019 reads – woooooot!)

🌷 But I’m adding several others to my wishlist…for you know when I happen to run out books to read… 😆

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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  16 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – April 2019”

  1.  

    Alas, I have not picked up and read any of these yet though three are on my list already. Thanks for sharing the new arrivals, Meredith!

  2.  

    These are great lists Meredith but oh my word you would think Austen only wrote P&P and nothing else!!!!!

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      It is her most beloved novel for sure! I can definitely recommend the Allie Cresswell series – it focuses just on Emma characters. And I am guessing Emma the Matchmaker is inspired by Emma as well. 😉 But I do agree that it is a shame that books inspired by Jane Austen’s novels are not more popular!

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    Wow! Am I behind. I’ve only read three! Thanks for your list!

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      It is getting harder and harder to keep up! And I bet you are keeping busy with your students and end of the year fun and performances! 😉

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    An average of 40 books a month or so over the last year–no one can keep up with that level of reading. I do hope you get a chance to read the best of them, Meredith, and enjoy all the ones you choose.

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      I definitely intend to read a bunch from this list (including yours!!), hopefully some time in 2019! LOL! 😉 Thank you, Suzan, a big congrats on your new release, we wish you all the best!

  5.  

    Thank you again for another monthly list! I see half a dozen I am interested in reading.

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    so many books, so little time–best wishes and happy reading

  7.  

    Ah, you know it’s real when ‘The List’ comes out. Even though I’ve been making appointments, and buying Birthday and Graduation cards, and (trying) to plan May events, it wasn’t really real that May was right there under our noses….until ‘The List.’ 😀

    I’ve read 1 book from the above list, unless you count book 4 of Jennifer Joy’s books 4-5 set of Meryton Mysteries Series. Then it’s 2 books. I read Christie Capps His Frozen Heart (keeping it in the family.) 😉

    There are 4 books from the above list that are must reads, Suzan Lauder’s, Lory Lillian’s, Jennifer Joy’s, (book 5) and Allie Cresswell’s books. But there are more I’d really like to read someday. Authors I haven’t even tried yet. And you asked if we got much reading done in April and my answer is YES. But it’s still not enough. I’ve got such a TBR pile of truly great reads I’m aching to get to, plus my Wish Lists. And I absolutely forced myself to read something other that JAFF this month in order to give myself a breather (huh? why would you ever want that??) and to attack my other TBR non-JAFF stack. But of the Austenesque books I read this past month 3 of them were quite long, making it more volume than numbers.

    You didn’t say, but I hope you enjoyed your movie! 🙂 And I wish you and Mr Bingley a wonderful May. Now, drum roll please, onto ‘The Agenda.’ Woo hoo, can’t wait.

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      Oh, and isn’t that book cover of Rachel John’s book adorable? A lot of great covers this month.

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      LOL! It makes me so happy that you always look forward to the list and that it marks the end/start of a month for you, Michelle!

      Yes, you did keep it in the family! LOL! 🙂

      The 4 you selected are brilliant choices, I agree!!

      LOL! (your comment is making me do this a lot!!) Why would you?!? JK, I do occasionally read 1 book outside the genre once in awhile, but I can never go too long without Jane Austen’s characters!

      We did enjoy the movie, it was wonderfully done…I just don’t know if I am at peace with all that took place. (won’t say more, because I don’t want to spoil anything!)

      Yes, I’d really like to check her books out, they seem fun!

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    Thank you for sharing your monthly new finds, Meredith. I see there are some new Austenesque works that I have missed. You must have spent lots of time searching, compiling and posting it. I really appreciate your tireless effort.

    Btw, tell me I’m wrong but I think you may have missed this YA P&P book, First Impressions.

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