Many of the Vintage Jane Austen ebooks are on sale for 99 cents today only (February 14, 2020) for Valentine’s Day — so now is your chance to grab some great Jane-Austen-inspired novels set in the 1930s. The perfect read for Valentine’s Day! Find the full series here on Amazon today!
The paperbacks are here!
Some have asked when these books will be available in paperback, and we’re happy to announce that the happy day has arrived!
All of the Vintage Jane Austen books (except for Presumption and Partiality, which is will still be releasing soon, in ebook and physical) are now available in paperback!
You can find them for purchase on Amazon at the links below.
- Emmeline (Emma)
- Suit and Suitability (Sense and Sensibility)
- Bellevere House (Mansfield Park)
- Perception (Persuasion)
- Second Impressions (short stories inspired by Jane Austen)
Today is also the first day of the Vintage Jane Austen Blog Event, featuring a giveaway, reviews, interviews, and more fun — it runs from November 5 until November 11. Check out today’s posts!
- Review of Emmeline – Once Upon the Ordinary
- Review of Bellevere House – Kaylee’s Kind Of Writes
- Series Spotlight – A Real Writer’s Life
- Interview with Kelsey Bryant – Resting Life
- Series Spotlight – Kelsey’s Notebook
Enter the giveaway for a $25 Amazon Gift Card here.
Come back tomorrow and the rest of the week for more of the Vintage Jane Austen Blog Event!
The e-book version of Bellevere House is now available for pre-order on Amazon, and will be releasing on June 17, 2017!
The latest book in the Vintage Jane Austen series, Bellevere House by Sarah Scheele is a re-imagining of Jane Austen’s classic novel, Mansfield Park.
(A paperback version will be coming at a later date.)
It’s March, 1937 . . .
And Faye Powell couldn’t be happier. After moving to live with her uncle, a wealthy banker, she’s fallen into the swing of life with his exuberant children—including Ed. The one she will never admit she’s in love with. But she hadn’t reckoned on the swanky Carters getting mixed up in that vow. Ed seems to be falling for charming, sweet Helene Carter. And when her cousin BeBe suddenly trusts Faye with a secret about Horace Carter, Faye’s in over her head. Will she betray the confidence BeBe’s given her? Will she lose Ed to Helene? The days at Bellevere House are crowded with surprises and only time will tell how God plans to untangle Faye and Ed’s hearts.
About Sarah Scheele
Sarah Scheele scribbled incessantly as soon as she could read and write. A heavy background—some might say an overdose—of literature during her childhood set writing into a loop she has yet to escape. That education in classics gave birth to several of her stories, including a rewrite of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park for this collection. She used to wonder why Edmund and Fanny couldn’t have a better resolution?—and so she decided to give them one. Today she does many things with her time. But then she writes, which is the most important thing to mention in an author’s biography. Sarah lives on a farm in Texas with a ladylike cat and a tomboyish Pomeranian.
Visit Sarah Scheele online here