• Non-Fiction,  Regency,  Reviews

    review: Georgette Heyer’s Regency World

    Georgette Heyer’s Regency World by Jennifer Kloester Whether you’ve read Georgette Heyer or not–or even if you don’t plan to–this book is an enlightening read for history enthusiasts or those simply wishing to learn more about the Regency era. Heyer’s…

  • 19th Century,  Austen,  Regency,  Reviews

    review: Darcy and Fitzwilliam

    Darcy and Fitzwilliam A Tale of a Gentleman and an Officer by Karen V. Wasylowski This Austen continuation explores the first years of Darcy’s marriage, while Colonel Fitzwilliam searches for happiness after the horrors of Waterloo. Lady Catherine de Bourge…

  • Regency,  Reviews

    review: The Rules of Gentility

    The Rules of Gentility by Janet Mullany Georgette Heyer’s Cotillionmeets Bridget Jones’ Diary–this highly entertaining regency novel is a delight from start to finish! Author Janet Mullany began writing this book as a personal project, but it grew into a…

  • Regency,  Reviews

    review: Desperate Measures

    Desperate Measures: A Regency Short Story by Candice Hern Though this is not my usual genre, I do have a fondness for all things Regency, and so I decided to download the eBook and give it a try. This short…

  • Austen,  Non-Fiction,  Regency,  Reviews

    review: Behind Jane Austen’s Door

    Behind Jane Austen’s Door by Jennifer Forest You can read scores of Regency novels and never quite know the proper etiquette for visiting, or the hierarchy of social classes and what is expected of each. You see the romantic and…

  • 19th Century,  Austen,  Regency,  Reviews

    review: Longbourn by Jo Baker

    Longbourn by Jo Baker Pride and Prejudice through the servants’ eyes—this is the story of the life of Sarah, the maid in charge of the laundry and other various chores of the Bennet household, coinciding with the events from Austen’s…

  • 18th Century,  Austen,  Regency,  Reviews

    review: Darcy’s Story

    Darcy’s Story by Janet Aylmer This is the story of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice as related by the character of Mr. Darcy—nothing new to the incredibly prolific sub-genre of Austen variations, but possibly one of the first printed, as…