A Change of Legacies: A Pride & Prejudice Continuation

Constant Love, Book 2
Narrated by: Verona Westbrook
Series: Constant Love, Book 2
Length: 18 hrs and 13 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (30 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Book two of the Constant Love series.

The preparations for Elizabeth’s birth and the beginning of Georgiana’s married life do not go as smoothly as either of them would wish, and they must each consider an alternate legacy for Pemberley as they encounter opposite sides of the same "what if?"

Meanwhile, for the first time, Mary Bennet finds herself romantically interested in a man, but will her own character and his family get in her way?

A story of love and family; the sequel to A Constant Love.

©2016 Sophie Turner (P)2018 Sophie Turner
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A good continuation

See my review of part 1. The voice acting definitely improved, however I still feel there was a lack of imagination when it came to the portrayal of the Male characters. There is also still the issue of sound randomly adjusting, most likely caused by multiple cuts of the Narrator reading. The sound however is much improved from the first book. The story itself picks right off from part 1 and flows very well I believe. There are several parts that seem to drag, but for the most part it flows very well. The end is good, but I feel somewhat unfulfilled. Although very tired up, there are still several things that leave you wanting to know where they went. All in all though, a very good read. Enjoyable and engaging.

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Even better than the first book

This was really good. And the dreams the characters had which were actually small stories included in the larger story were surprisingly good.

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  • garamond
  • 01-29-19

Another winner from Sophie Turner

My favourite "Pride and Prejudice" variation author. An excellent sequel to "A Constant Love".
Can't wait for the next book in the series.

And complemented by the narration of Verona Westbrook. Just the right voice and
characterisation for Jane Austen fans.

An first-class read (and listen).

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  • Mrs Mutley
  • 02-23-19

Awful. Don’t abuse your ears by listening to this story!

Jane Austen must be rolling in her grave in great distress! The first story in the series was good however the second is so utterly ridiculous, that it was only to find out how horrible it could become that made me listen to the end. I was not disappointed. Ridiculous, never ending dream sequences and almost word for word retelling of the original Pride and Prejudice story made this book almost insupportable to listen to. Also, the narrator has a staccato delivery that is highly annoying.