Jun 292019

Hi friends! It is time for one of my favorite posts of the month – the post where I list all the Austenesque works published for the month! 🤗

While I don’t love that another month has gone too quickly, I do love discovering some new Austenesque reads…so many are ones that I didn’t hear or know about in any way. There is always a bunch of delightful surprises! 🙌🏼

And then there are the books that I do know about – either because they are by authors I am familiar with or works I knew were in progress. These books are always ones I look forward to with great anticipation! 😊

Either way, I love making this list and I hope it is helpful for readers of the Austenesque genre!

Here’s a list of Austenesque Novel Finds for June 2019 for your perusing pleasure!


Austenesque Novel Finds – June 2019

A Scandal in Springtime: A Pride and Prejudice Novel (Darcy Family Holidays Book 3) by Leenie Brown

A Summer in Scarborough: A Pride & Prejudice Sequel by Blake Smith

A Turn in Their Dance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Linda C. Thompson

An Aunt’s Assistance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (A Season of Misunderstanding Book 3) by Meg Osborne

An Impossible Task: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Rosie Crowley

Austentatious: The Evolving World of Jane Austen Fans (Fandom & Culture) by Holly Luetkenhaus

Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin

Bingley’s Deception: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Elizabeth Ward

Coming Together: A Compilation of Two Pride & Prejudice Series by Zoe Burton

Darcy in Hollywood: A Modern Pride and Prejudice Variation by Victoria Kincaid

Darcy Steps In: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Nicole Goodall

Dear Mr. Darcy by Sally Johnson

Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley: A Pride & Prejudice Romantic Fantasy by Kelly Miller

Duels of Every Sort: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Sarah Brown

Love In The Afternoon: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Kate Speck

Loved None But You (Pemberley House Book 3) by Noelle Adams

Loving Lydia: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (Marrying Elizabeth Book 3) by Leenie Brown

Mr. Darcy & Elizabeth: The Fashionable and Young: a Pride and Prejudice Variation Romance by Alyssa Jefferson

Mr. Darcy Goes to Brighton: A Pride and Prejudice Variation Novella by Bella Breen

Mr. Darcy’s Fiancée: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Sabrin Burke

Mr. Darcy’s Lost Love – The Kidnapping of Elizabeth Bennet: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Novella Series (Mr. Darcy’s Lost Love Series Book 1) by April Floyd

No Thank You, Mr Darcy: Pride And Prejudice 1920s by Lucy Tilney

Pledged to Mr. Darcy: a Pride and Prejudice variation by Valerie Lennox

Tact: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Jeannie Peneaux

Taking Another Chance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Brenda J. Webb

The Challenge of Entail by Jann Rowland

The Jane Austen Alphabet Book by Literary Learning Library

The Means of Uniting Them: A Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice Variation by P. O. Dixon

The Moralities of Marriage Books 1-3: A Boxed Set by Elizabeth Ann West

The Secret Mrs. Darcy: A Forced Marriage Pride and Prejudice Variation by Georgina Peel

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

A Highland Reel: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Mr. Darcy’s Highland Fling Book 2) by Jane Hunter

A Hunsford Arrangement: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Miss Bennet’s Broken Heart Book 3) by Jane Hunter

A Promise at Pemberley: a Steamy Pride & Prejudice Variation (Summer Love Book 1) by J.L. Pearl

A Visitor at Longbourn: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate (Mr. Darcy’s Letter Book 3) by Florence Prescott

Armed Robbery: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Iris Lim

Cherished by Mr. Darcy: a steamy Pride & Prejudice variation (Becoming His Book 7) by JL Pearl

Darcy’s Fortune: A Sensual Pride and Prejudice Variation by Renee Warner

Darcy’s Kiss: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Claire Iverson

In Mr Darcy’s Private Library – Pemberley House Party #4: A Pride and Prejudice Steamy Variation by C. P. Waterman

Lizzy Revisited by Onna Carr (rerelease)

Mark My Words: A ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Variation Vignette by Margaret Lynette Sharp

Miss Bennet’s Broken Heart: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate Collection by Jane Hunter

Mr. Darcy’s Letter: A Pride and Prejudice Sensual Intimate Trilogy by Florence Prescott


What a busy month for the Austenesque genre! There are 43 new Austenesque releases for the month of June!

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 Darcy in Hollywood: A Modern Pride and Prejudice Variation and Taking Another Chance: A Pride and Prejudice Variation soon.

☀️ And I’m adding several others to my wishlist…

If you have any recommendations, please do share them!  


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  25 Responses to “Austenesque Novel Finds – June 2019”


    Thanks for compiling this list, Meredith. I can no longer keep up with all the JAFF published and this gives me a chance to look over those I might want to read! Glad I got my book published as I need to start writing the sequel to PROOF OF LOVE.


    No! Not that time again, no no no. Wasn’t Memorial Day just a week or so ago? Well seriously, I really do appreciate these lists, Meredith. I have only read one, Leenie Brown’s ‘Loving Lydia’ online and loved it. I must read Brenda’s book. And along with a small handful of others I added Kelly Miller’s new book to my wish list.

    Knowing you you won’t be idle over the next few days, and I’m sure the Agenda (yay!) is coming soon. But if I don’t have another chance to say it: Have a wonderful 4th of July.

    And happy 4th to all you your U.S. followers.


      I feel your pain, Michelle! It was such a fast month!

      I love that you know what posts I have coming up and look forward to them! Such a dear!!

      Hope you enjoy a lovely 4th, my friend!


    I’ve read Taking Another Chance and A Turn in Their Dance, both I really enjoyed. I have also read Loving Lydia as it was posted but I wait until a series is complete before buying! I have Death Takes A Holiday and Love in the Afternoon to read and have more on my list including Darcy in Hollywood, The Challenge of Entail and The Means of Uniting Them. The rest I will check out. (I don’t usually bother with the short ones which are part of a series as I usually find they are often only around 10 or 20 pages! If they put the whole series into one book I might check it out.)
    Thanks for your hard work Meredith


      Great job keeping up with all these new releases, Glynis!! And I like the ones you are putting on your wishlist!

      I do agree about some of the shorter stories – since they only are being released as ebooks, I haven’t been able to read them.

      Thanks for checking out this list and sharing your thoughts!!


    Can’t believe the year is halfway through already. I beat you by one in the list, Meredith! I’ve read Darcy in Hollywood, which I think you’ll enjoy, and I want to read Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley, and Taking Another Chance. Of the rest, I’m intrigued by The Jane Austen Alphabet Book, Austentatious and No Thank You, Mr. Darcy.


      I know, Anji! Such a whirlwind it feels like! Where does the time go?

      LOL! It isn’t hard to beat me most months! 😉

      I am so looking forward to Darcy in Hollywood…I’m sounding like a broken record but I adored President Darcy so much!

      Great choices of books you want to check out!


    Thanks, as always, for compiling this list, Meredith! I’ve only read one on the list: “Ayesha At Last”, which I read for the Group Read at the Goodreads community “Austenesque Lovers TBR Challenge 2019.” I enjoyed how author Uzma Jalauddin combined certain core elements of P&P while creating a unique story. I also really appreciated her portrayal of Muslim Canadians. Jalaluddin deftly reminds her readers that the “prejudice” in Pride and Prejudice can take on many forms…

    Happy reading to you in the month ahead!


      Oh fun! I am interested in reading that one, myself! I really am enjoying seeing the resonance Jane Austen’s stories have with other cultures and countries!

      Wishing you a very happy month of reading!


    I love your lists. You take on so much work for the rest of us! I already wanted to read Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley, but I also find Loved None But You very intriguing! I love, love, love Persuasion.


    No Thank You, Mr Darcy is a 4 star book from me! A new spin on P&P with the usual ingredients in different amounts and order. I really got into the time period of post-WW1!


    FYI, “Lizzy Revisited” is NOT a new story. This came out in 2016. I don’t know if this one now is just a reissue, revision, or what. But you might want to check to make sure you don’t already have this book.


      Thanks so much for letting me know! I added “rerelease” next to it. It looks like had a title change (and is maybe a revision), but it is hard for me to remember if any duplicates happen for books or authors I haven’t read.


    I’ve read Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley but it’s been revamped since then, so it’s a new book to readers. I look forward to many on this list. We’re so lucky. I think The Moralities of Marriage came out a couple of years ago as well. Something about EAW is memorable to me.


      OH! Duels of Every Sort! I read it years ago in the Pemberley Library and it’s positively cute! You’ll love it!


      That one looks so interesting, Suzan! And that is great that you have read Duels of Every Sort before! So glad many of these stories from the forums are being published!

      I think the boxset of The Moralities of Marriage is new? I usually share boxsets on these lists even though they may not be new releases in a sense.


    Oh man, so many and several are ones that caught my eye in other posts. I’ve only read Ayesha at Last, but have three on my wish list.

    Thanks for doing the list as usual. 🙂


      I appreciate you checking this list, Sophia! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on Ayesha – when I first heard about that one I thought it would be an Emma story! (I guess because of the title?) I’m slightly disappointed to hear it is a P&P tale (just because an Emma story would be unique!) but I am sure it is a great read!


    Thanks for all the hard work…another lovely list….enjoying reading through the synopsis and adding to my TBR pile.


    I also wish to add my thanks, Meredith, for your compiling this list. So many in just one month! My book is in good company! Thank you to Michelle, Glynis, Anji, Brigid, and Suzan for your interest in my book; it is much appreciated!


    Wonderful list as always, and sadly, I’ve only read three! Well July is a long month! Right?


    I am sorry to say I haven’t read one of those…YET. June had me immersed in edits, and I read a lot of non-Austenesque just for a change from day work.

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