I went on a little Georgette Heyer kick this year - reading several of her novels in between others. Overall they are fun, but silly. Comparisons to Jane Austen are a stretch - there are superficial similarities in plot and setting, but Austen is way out of Heyer's league. I'm not going to bother reviewing them all as they tend to blur together.
Having said that, this was one of the standouts, largely because it includes a mystery along with the romance to fuel the plot. Nothing earth-shattering, but an enjoyable read with likable characters.