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A Change of Legacies: A Pride & Prejudice Continuation (Constant Love) (Volume 2) Paperback – April 18, 2016
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Secondly, I like what she's done with the P&P characters. The development of Mary and Kitty and Georgiana as characters was quite pleasing. Thirdly, I like the new characters created by the author, none more than Matthew Stanton. He's a great character - so likable and so right with and for Georgiana.
The whole story is very engaging and will leave you wanting for more! The dream sequences seem to be an issue for some who have read the book and written reviews here. I confess that they weren't my favorite thing, but I respect that each author utilizes various techniques to tell a story and I do like to have my reading 'chops' stretched by different techniques so I didn't let it bother me too much. PLEASE don't let the reported unhappiness about the dream sequences stop you from reading a really enjoyable story and getting to know some really great characters. You would lose out!
And lastly, I can't fail to mention our dear couple - the author captures them so well and makes their ongoing story appealing and satisfying to those of us who love them!
And now it's for me to wait for book 3!
The dream sequences, I understand may not be for everyone. But I took it as a way that Georgiana's thought process was matured through her dreams. Her realisation of what she really wanted was I think impacted by her dreams.
Elizabeth and Darcy's love is something that really anchors this book. I loved every scene with them in it, and cannot wait to read more on Darcy's parenting skills in the future.
I am in love with this book series, and cannot wait to read more. For the quality and research that went in this series, I give it an A+++++++!
Children were born, marriages happened, sadness occurred and problems resolved somehow. There were twists and turns and even the Colonel found love after helping a French widow.
The plot was well thought out and fell into place following the novel, "A Constant Love." I did think the characters blended well and the reader felt like they were witnessing what was really happening in the novel.
I thought the part of the story where little Lizzy was crying and then calling for "pa" and everyone thought she was calling for Charles was a great addition to the plot.
In also enjoyed learning about how they made a piano that came apart especially for Georgiana to take with her on the ship so she could play it.
Looking forward to another great novel with the depth this one had from our author. An exceptional read.
In part 1, Georgiana has a dream, interwoven into the plot and which is a catalyst for some events. And then in part 2, Elizabeth has a dream that is triggered by Georgiana's dream. How clever is that for an author to come up with? Each dream sequence begins a chapter and is set off in italics, so it's pretty obvious when a dream sequence begins. If you're considering this book, you shouldn't be put off by the dream criticism. You'll miss a great book!
The story is wonderful in so many ways, with so many layers to appreciate. History, character development, well-woven plots with Darcy and Elizabeth at the center of action – it's all there and more. Ms. Turner is a first-rate writer and has continued A Constant Love is a most successful manner.
I look forward to the next book in her series. In fact, my only disappointment was that she didn't include a teaser for the next.
Why did I deduct one star for an, otherwise, 5-star book? The nightmares. There was chapter after chapter (no exaggeration!) of very intense, detailed, and realistic nightmares that acted as parallel plots for the book. A sort of what-could-have-happened if... Frankly, it was torture not only for the poor dreamer (mostly Georgiana) but also for the reader. If it was necessary for the character to have nightmares, a brief summary of the dream and how it affected the dreamer would have sufficed. I ended up skimming or skipping page after page until I was sure I was back in "reality" again.