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Friday, September 1, 2017


As we near the end of Austen in August, I like to give you a post or two that will help you fill your time until the next AIA rolls around. One such post is a round up of JAFF bargains and must-gets.

Below you'll find some of my picks for Austenesque books that are currently on sale (or even free!). Let's be honest, there are a TON of super cheap Austen-inspired ebooks out there, so. . . these are just the ones whose covers or synopses caught my eye! You'll find retellings both modern and historical, complete boxed sets and short story anthologies, some personal favorites and even a pirate or two. Something for everybody!
And all are currently less than $5!
(And yes, I even included PPZ for you. It pained me.)

Click through to take a scroll through my picks, and find some new books & deals to feed your own Jane Austen collection, and then click on the covers to find out more about the book! And let me know in the comments of any good deals & must haves that you've come across!


As I said, there are SO. MANY. MORE. out there. Let me know if you've read and loved (or hated!) any of these, and if you've come across any others that I simply must look into.

Happy reading!

PLEASE NOTE: I have not read all of these books, so this post is not necessarily endorsing them unless otherwise specified. This is just a collection of books that either I am interested in, I thought you might be interested in, or the deals are just too good not to give them a chance!
As is the nature of sales, the "bargain" books may not remain bargains for very long (case in point: snatch up Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict while you can, 'cause that sale is ending soon!). And as is the nature of the internet, sale prices may not be reflected where you live (but the books are still worth looking into! And hey, the sale might be even better where you live!)

Click here to return to the Austen in August main page!


  1. Thanks for sharing us these must have deals for Austenesque literature. I would like to add that Rosings is available for free on Amazon since yesterday. It's Karen Amindra's second book in her P&P sequel and I think it is free for a limited time only.

    Btw, I fail to see why Alyssa Goodnight's Just Say Yes and The DUFF are in your list after reading the blurb. True, The DUFF sounds like a bit of P&P for YA but Just Say Yes? Can you maybe please explain your reasoning?

    1. The Duff isn't *called* a P&P retelling, but it SO is. I will go down fighting on that one; it SO is!
      Just Say Yes was an oops! Alyssa has 2 Austenesque books, Austentatious and Austensibly Ordinary, and when I saw Just Say Yes pop up in the recommended, my mind just went, oh yeah, Alyssa's books! and I added it. lol Removing that now and replacing with Rosings -- thanks for the tip! The funny thing is, I *ALMOST* put it in this list, but I was already at 35, and didn't want to start another row -- if I'd know it was going on sale a day later... lol!

    2. I guess I've to read The DUFF to know if it is inspired by P&P. Thank you, Misty. Didn't mean to be rude or question your judgement.

  2. Thanks for the list. I have read many of these books. Pemberley is a lovely fantasy mashup.

  3. I have Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Can't wait to read it!


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