Dec 042017


Hi friends!  I hope your December has gotten off to a lovely start!  Did you have a busy November?  We did!  It felt like a very full month!  One of our highlights of the past month were taking a mini-trip to Massachusetts to see extended family for a long weekend!

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Oct 142016

The Elizabeth PapersUncovering the Important Truth of the Darcys’ Marriage!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Source: Review Copy from Author

What if Mr. Darcy, being the responsible and magnanimous man he is, decided to set up a Darcy Trust to endow his future female descendants so they wouldn’t have to fear poverty or dependency on their relations?

What if in 2014 one of those modern-day descendants believed there was some truth to the rumor that one of the original Mr. Darcy’s daughters wasn’t actually his daughter?

What if this descendant hired a private investigator to find the answers about Victoria Darcy and discover if Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy truly were her parents? Continue reading »

Jun 062016


Hello, dear readers!  I am very excited to welcome back author Jenetta James to Austenesque Reviews today! Jenetta is here to celebrate her second release, The Elizabeth Papers.  Her first Pride and Prejudice variation, Suddenly Mrs. Darcy came out last year – and I loved it (you can read all about that HERE!)  photo I’m so happy to have Jenetta come visit and share more about her beautiful cover for The Elizabeth Papers!  And as a self-professed cover-junkie, I’m so excited to learn more about the creation and significance of her cover.

Thank you Meredith for hosting me on today’s stop on The Elizabeth Papers blog tour. It is always an honour and a pleasure to visit Austenesque Reviews!

Quite a few readers have contacted me to ask about the front cover of The Elizabeth Papers, which was revealed on Just Jane 1813 a week or so ago. What’s the painting? Who’s the artist? Is the lady supposed to be Elizabeth? Who’s the child? Is it supposed to be happy or melancholy? What’s with the modern skyline at the bottom? Continue reading »