Austen Monster Mash

Sharon Lathan

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga, a ten-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

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[…] or another, adding a bit of fun with two titles fabricated by me. Hehe…. That post is here: Austen Monster Mash and the fake titles & authors were #3 The Haunting of Pemberley by Elizabeth Drummant and […]


I’m going with #1 & 3

Lady T

My guess is three and twelve also but it would be fun to see Anne Eliot in Buffy the Vampire Slayer mode! Speaking of slayers, I have a little monster mash up of my own that folks might want to check out this season called Fanny Price, Slayer of Vampires:

Evie Cotton

Im going to go with #3 and #12. I have read most of these.


No idea which ones you’ve made up, Sharon. I recognise 2, 4, 6, 8, 9 & 10 but that’s only half of them. I have a vague idea that 12 maybe real as well but not sure without cheating! I actually have a copy of Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters which I’ve not read yet. It was rescued from a charity shop here in the UK. I’ve seen so little JAFF available secondhand here that I couldn’t resist it!

I’m not very keen on vampires so those mash-ups are at or near the bottom of my TBR list. Werewolf mash-ups I don’t mind and my current JAFF read is Mr. Darcy’s Bite by Mary Lydon Simonsen.

Susan Schwartz

I LOVE these monster mash-upd, especially with vampires! I am
going to say the 2 I don’t recognize
are your inventions: numbers 1 and 12.
(This was a fun posting. Thank you.)

Stephanie L

I have no clue which ones you made up! =D I’m not much for “scary” in the first place so these don’t even blip my radar. LOL It is funny though that Jane has her influence popping up just about everywhere.

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