If You Love “Pride And Prejudice,” Add These 10 Books To Your TBR Pile

Jane Austen's timeless masterpiece “Pride and Prejudice” has captured the hearts of readers for generations with its wit, romance, and smart social commentary. If you’re yearning for more tales of love and intrigue, then you won't want to miss these captivating Austen-inspired novels.

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1. The Tutor’s Daughter, by Julie Klassen

Emma Smallwood, a clever tutor's daughter, travels to a cliff-top manor in Cornwall to help her widowed father. Mysterious events unfold as she teaches the baronet's sons, leading her to question everything. With secrets and unexpected attractions, The Tutor’s Daughter takes readers on a romantic journey of love and suspense.

2. The Sisters of Sea View, by Julie Klassen

The Sisters of Sea View is another Klassen novel you don’t want to miss. Sarah Summers and her sisters open their seaside home to guests, expecting elderly invalids. Instead, eligible gentlemen arrive. Join the Summers sisters on the Devonshire coast for a tale of friendship, loyalty, love, and new beginnings. Even better – it’s a series! 

3. The Austen Escape, by Katherine Reay

Mary Davies, an engineer, craves more from life. A holiday in England with her estranged friend Isabel becomes a Regency adventure when Isabel loses her memory and believes she's in Jane Austen's Bath. As Mary uncovers truths and navigates misunderstandings, the company of clever companions makes The Austen Escape a fun, light-hearted read. 

4. That Fine Line, by Cindy Steel

Returning home for wedding preparations, the heroine faces a childhood enemy turned cowboy. Engaged and determined not to fall for his old pranks, she discovers that things have changed. Cindy Steel delivers humor, romance, and the triumph of new love over old grudges in That Fine Line.

5. A Noble Masquerade, by Kristi Ann Hunter

Lady Miranda Hawthorne longs for freedom but finds herself torn between a duke and her brother's valet. Letters exchanged in secrecy initiate a courtship-by-mail, leading to confusion and complicated feelings. As state secrets are at risk, Miranda's heart and the Hawthornes face imminent danger. You won’t want A Noble Masquerade to end, but thankfully, it’s the first book in a four-book series! 

6. Edenbrooke, by Julianne Donaldson

Marianne Daventry's plan for a relaxing summer in the English countryside takes an unexpected turn. Filled with romance and intrigue (and The Holiday vibes), Edenbrooke explores the twists of fate and unexpected adventures that can disrupt even the best-laid plans.

7. I’m Not Charlotte Lucas, by Kasey Stockton

Charlie Lucas, an avid Pride and Prejudice fan, must face her fear of spinsterhood – until a blind date leads her into a world where fiction and reality intertwine. With swoon-worthy moments and fun twists, I’m Not Charlotte Lucas explores the challenges of moving past fantasy when life imitates fiction.

8. In The Shadow of Croft Towers, by Abigail Wilson

Sybil Delafield's journey to visit Croft Towers becomes a web of mystery when her coach is robbed. From there, secrets, double lives, and murder unfold in this Gothic Regency romance. Full of suspense and intrigue and plenty of swoon, In The Shadow of Croft Towers is reminiscent of both Jane Austen and Charlotte Brontë.

9. All Through the Night, by Tara Johnson

Cadence Piper, determined to become a nurse, faces rejection but finds solace singing to soldiers. Dr. Joshua Ivy, compassionate but intense, opposes her idealistic ways. Amidst war, they uncover a sinister secret society that could change their lives and the course of the war. Johnson skillfully blends history, romance, and suspense in All Through the Night, showcasing resilience and love even in the darkest times.

10. Longbourn, by Jo Baker 

This novel transforms Pride and Prejudice, placing the servants at the forefront. The story revolves around Sarah, an orphaned housemaid, revealing romances and intrigue “below stairs.” Amid daily tasks, a mysterious footman arrives, disrupting life in the servants' hall. Longbourn takes readers beyond Austen's drawing rooms into the overlooked world of housekeepers and kitchen maids, offering an irresistible glimpse into the fascinating lives of servants in Regency England.

Closing Thoughts

Enjoy these 10 enchanting tales that echo the spirit of Pride and Prejudice, and keep the magic of Regency romance alive. 

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