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Love Never Fails: A Pride & Prejudice Variation Audiobook

Love Never Fails: A Pride & Prejudice Variation

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Two determined women - one bored, one desperate. You may not agree with their methods, but their hearts are in the right place. One can hope....

Mr. Bennet dies, and Mrs. Bennet's desperation to secure her daughters' futures reaches new levels. When Elizabeth Bennet's home is lost to her, she finds herself in the clutches of a wealthy widow with too much time and money on her hands. Stuck between an obstinate mother and an eccentric woman intent on creating mischief, Elizabeth's only comfort is in Mr. Darcy and his ever-present handkerchief.

After a life-altering decision, Fitzwilliam Darcy is on a mission to prove he's changed. But dark secrets cannot stay hidden forever. As Darcy's admiration deepens to love, the past reminds him how undeserving he is of Elizabeth Bennet's heart.

Through loss and survival, revelations and discovery, Darcy and Elizabeth learn the meaning of humility, forgiveness and more importantly - true love.

If you like falling in love with Mr. Darcy and Miss Elizabeth as they fall for each other, then you'll love this sweet romance based on Jane Austen's timeless tale, Pride and Prejudice.

Listen to Love Never Fails to satisfy your craving for clean, sweet Regency romance today!

©2016 Jennifer Joy (P)2016 Jennifer Joy

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  • Karen
    19/11/17
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    "Lovely. Ms. Joy has managed to make Mrs B improve!"

    Even though Mr Bennet dies, Mr Collins doesn't throw them out in his normal manner and the circumstances of the family manage to stay above water. This makes for a much better story.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Ria
    17/10/17
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    "Enjoyable read (or listen)"

    If you are looking for a book that follows P&P story line, this one isn't the one. It is definitely a variation and it also contained nods to other Austen books. I noticed Sense and Sensibility as well as Persuasion but there might have been others that I missed. I enjoy Jennifer Joy's writing. I found a lot of humor in the book and had a number of laugh out loud moments. Lady Rutledge is a hoot. I thought her antics very entertaining. Some aspects of the story didn't seem to get finished in this book making me wonder if some people might get their own book at some point (Or maybe already have but I haven't read them yet?). Lydia's problems don't really get dealt with after Darcy saves her and maybe Caroline and Colonel Fitzwilliam? Jane and Bingley as a couple weren't even part of this book since they didn't meet until the end. It would be fun to see more books with Lady Rutledge in them.

    I don't always agree with characterizations in variations but try to set aside my own prejudices to allow the author to make the characters who he/she wants them to be. This one had some interesting differences.

    ********Spoiler: Who would have thought that Mrs Bennett could become less hysterical and actual try to teach Lydia proper behavior? That Lydia would go as far as to attempt suicide because she didn't get her way? That Caroline could decide to be nice? That someone could actually love Caroline before she turns nice? That Darcy and Elizabeth didn't need to have disagreements? And that in a sense, Mr. Bennett is the "bad guy"? I say that because negative behaviors in others seem to disappear when he is out of the picture, Mrs. Bennett being the prime example. Were all her hysterics and nerves a result of the way Mr. Bennett treated her over the years? And the fact that she didn't discipline her daughters or see to their educations?************

    I thought the narrator did a good job using different voices for the characters but with my particular speaker system I had a harder time hearing the deeper voices sometimes. Had to have my volume up really high. But that might just be due to my system or settings.

    I received this audio book in exchange for a review.

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  • Janet Moore
    California
    09/03/17
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    "Loved this book"

    Wet romantic and kept me interested. This is the second book by this author - I'll be reading them all!

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  • Morgana
    29/11/16
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    "Nice little story"

    I was fine with most of the story except pairing Caroline Bingley with Colonel Fitzwilliam!

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  • Pippy Jones
    19/06/16
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    "It's so good"

    Enjoyed the story and the narration. Each new book the author writes is my favorite

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