“A Dutiful Son” has picked up two new awards!

I am pleased to announce that “A Dutiful Son,” my Regency “Pride & Prejudice” variation, has been awarded first place, Romance, Royal Dragonfly Book Awards, and “Top Pick,” Reader Ready Book Awards!

In this variation, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, whose father is still living in 1811, is caught between the influences of love and duty.

If you’d like to read a preview or listen to a sample of the audiobook, narrated by Scott Fleming, here is the link:
A Dutiful Son

“Captive Hearts” in an Award Winner!

Artist Janet B. Taylor came up with the perfect cover for “Captive Hearts,” my Regency variation of Jane Austen’s “Persuasion.” The silhouette images of Captain Wentworth and Anne Elliot wonderfully convey the couple’s enduring mutual love. It is no wonder that when I entered the cover in Author Shout’s Cover Wars competition, it won!

I also received welcome news from Story Monsters, who put on the Royal Dragonfly Book Awards. “Captive Hearts” won second place for Romance in the 2022 awards! Below is a photo of me with my book and the certificate:

And most recently, I learned that “Captive Hearts” was selected as a “Top Pick” in the 2023 Author Shout Reader Ready Awards!

“Captive Hearts, is available on Kindle Unlimited, in paperback, and at Audible! You can find it here:


“A Dutiful Son” has gotten wonderful reviews!

My new release, A Dutiful Son, a Regency variation of Pride and Prejudice, had a successful launch in October and continues to receive praise. Amazon readers have said:

“Well-written, excellent new supporting characters and a solid dose of compassion throughout.”
“Truly Worth A Sleepless Night!”
“The Dutiful Son is a glorious read”
“Wow–i have found another favorite–that i will read every year”
“Exquisitely written”
“a fascinating twist on Darcy and Elizabeth’s love”
“It was an absolute delight to read and held my attention from the opening line all the way through to the end.”
“a beautiful story”
“I enjoyed every sweet and poignant moment”
“A sublime P&P variation which I binge read. It’s absolutely brilliant, and one of her best yet.”

If you have not yet read, A Dutiful Son, I hope you will give it a read soon!

“Accusing Mr. Darcy” received 5-Star Review by Indies Today

“Fans of Pride & Prejudice will find so much more than a clever variation in this fresh take on a classic novel. The background stories have changed, making for some interesting new dynamics and a completely original love story. The prose is as rich and warm as a fine brandy, while the setting is elegant and refined. Take a glorious step back in history and enjoy the resplendency of Accusing Mr. Darcy.”

Indies Today has given my “Pride & Prejudice” romance-mystery “Accusing Mr. Darcy” a fabulous 5-Star review! The full review can be seen here: https://indiestoday.com/accusing-mr-darcy-by-kelly-miller/

Fantastic Review of “Accusing Mr. Darcy” by author/blogger Colin Ridyard

It is wonderful to have your research for your novel appreciated by readers with knowledge of Regency history. Mr. Ridyard makes his expertise plain in his informative review of “Accusing Mr. Darcy.” I could not be more pleased than when he shared with me that his own parents had been dog breeders and utilized the now-obscure term “springing spaniels” for the breed known today as “springer spaniels.” His full review can be seen here:


Accusing Mr. Darcy Wins Multiple Awards

Winner, Romantic Suspense

“Accusing Mr. Darcy,” my Regency romance/mystery, a “Pride & Prejudice” variation, has won multiple awards:
Winner, Romantic Suspense, Firebird Book Awards
Winner, Romance, Queer Indie Awards, Ally Division
Finalist, Wishing Shelf Book Awards
Recommended Read, Author Shout Reader Ready Awards

“Accusing Mr. Darcy” is Free on KU, and available on Audible!

“I devoured the story and was sorry when it ended.”


“Accusing Mr. Darcy” Receives Glowing Reviews from two Bloggers

“I personally enjoyed this book more than I liked the original work, primarily because it was written as a murder mystery that actually kept me guessing throughout much of the novel. Complete with red herrings and other misdirects, it made for a fun read that was true to the period, although maybe not entirely to Austen’s text.” The first of two reviews for “Accusing Mr. Darcy on Nov. 9, 2020 came from Jathan and Heather’s blog. See the complete review here: https://jathanandheather.com/2020/11/09/accusing-mr-darcy/?fbclid=IwAR3bzjUtEhh7Z8TCR_3Jvv0gnuHiT4ubt_8MUgPFNopTmqFfnEJbf0KOicY

“You’ll most certainly not want to put it down until the final page, and when you get there, you will want more.” Becky Holland offered her own thoughts on “Accusing Mr. Darcy” at her blog, When the Leaves Speak. See her entire review here:


“Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley” reviewed by Canadian Artist/Author Margaret Lindsay Holton

“…Kelly Miller’s debut regency romance, Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley House’, was a thoroughly refreshing read.” Not only was the mother-vine of the English language used with alacrity and finesse, this well-paced novel kept my interest from the get-go.”

Read Margaret Lindsay Holton’s entire review and see examples of Holton’s artistic creations (painting, photography, furniture, film & books) at her fascinating blog here: