|Reviews for A Constant Love|
| Mandy chapter 57 . 3/11
Loved it! can't wait for more :)
| bellachaos chapter 57 . 3/7
What an absolutely delightful story. I so enjoyed this glimpse in to the married life of Mr. and Mrs. Darcy as well as the continuation of one of my favorite stories. You did a wonderful job of keeping all the characters believable while showing maturation, change and growth. I look forward to whatever sequels you write!
| SirenaErmosa chapter 57 . 2/26
Just read your update. Sooo excited for the sequel! Thanks for letting us know the progress. Can't wait for the spring update. Why isn't spring here yet?
| Guest chapter 57 . 2/20
this is a wonderful piece of work. your phases were impeccable. never have i seen such an accurate regency accent, further more, the lead roles all seem to be in their characters, a more astute picture as i have seen. i gives me honor to say that i found your writing extremely enjoyable and your story gives you much credit as an author. now you must imagine me to be directly involved in the regency era myself. i assure you however that such a surmise does not hold true.
| SirenaErmosa chapter 57 . 2/10
Please Please continue this story! I check every day to see if you have updated the next part. Please don't give up on it, this is too good!
| White-Lily-Blossom chapter 57 . 2/10
An excellent story! Were it a book, I would say I couldn't put it down. You gave such life to the characters, yet it was still very realistic and well researched. I am gladly moving on to the sequels.
| Heather Snow chapter 57 . 1/27
Very, very nice epic. I must say I especially liked the last bit with Kitty dragging Colonel Fitzwilliam about to waltz. I was sad that she is taken, because I'd have loved to see a romantic interest do that. If you ever were interested in doing a one-shot, I wouldn't mind seeing how that dance actually went, what Colonel Fitzwilliam had to say, etc.
| xxXSarah-Elizabeth-CullenXxx chapter 57 . 1/17
Please promise me you will write a follow up story? I truly enjoyed reading it, the flow was wonderful and the language you used was almost spot on! I wish to know more about their children and what became of Georgiana and Captain Stanton!
| Blurgle chapter 57 . 1/15
Just finished this, and I have only one thing to say: This was a seriously awesome story. Loved the two naval officers. Loved Lizzie's fears about her fertility. Loved that those fears were realistic for her time - she blamed herself alone (how could she have known otherwise) and knew she could do nothing about it. Loved that she has an Irish maid - although Irish servants weren't as common in Regency England as they became after the Famine they did exist, and would usually find work among the East Midlands gentry. Loved the comparison of the dissolute Prince Regent and the much more reliable and trustworthy Duke of Clarence. Loved the atmosphere of Regency London. Loved Kitty and Mary growing up.
| Blurgle chapter 12 . 1/15
I have to tell you how much I'm really enjoying this story and especially the characterization. I do have a few nitpicks about the titles...I don't mean to bring you down, but it's an interesting topic and one that can really make or break a writer, or a character.
You're not quite right about how earls and their children would be addressed. The daughters of earls are indeed styled "Lady Firstname Lastname" (like Lady Catherine de Bourgh) but the younger sons of earls don't get the same treatment. They are styled "The Honourable", like the children of viscounts (and barons, incidentally). The "The Hon." isn't usually used if the person in question has a military title, which is why Colonel Fitzwilliam is referred to as such; if he were not a soldier, you'd refer to him as "The Hon. Richard Fitzwilliam", but address him as "Mr. Fitzwilliam". His older brother is a different case. If an earl doesn't have a secondary title, his heir apparent can get away with being called Lord Surname. So in this case, Andrew Fitzwilliam would be called "Lord Fitzwilliam".
Also (and this is a bit beating the dead horse because I know this story is complete), a fictional earl's title may be The Earl of Blank or Earl Blank, but you have to choose one or the other: they're not interchangeable. (Both would be usually called "Lord Blank", though.) And the wife of a peer is not ever referred to as "Lady Firstname" - Lady Brandon here would not be called "Lady Ellen" by anyone. Again, they aren't interchangeable, especially at this point where correct usage became a shibboleth separating authentic members of the gentry from posers, fraudsters, and the like.
Nor would a knight ever be referred to as "Sir Sedgwick" unless Sedgwick were his first name, and then you'd expect Caroline to at least mention his surname: the "Sir" is simply never used only with the surname. I'm not sure why P&P fanfiction writers (and pro writers!) invariably make this mistake.
| Lucy Schmutz chapter 57 . 1/11
Absolutely fantastic story! My first P&P fic, and it's certainly set the bar high! Can't wait for sequels! :D
| ermireallydontcare chapter 57 . 1/5
Now I've got to the end I just wanted to write a quick review to say how much I've enjoyed this story. I came looking for a post P&P story that would continue the story in keeping with the book itself and that is exactly what you delivered :)
| shadowbride chapter 57 . 12/31/2013
This has been the first completed P and P FF that I have read and Ive loved it. Looking forward to the sequels and reading other stories of yours.
| tanseynz chapter 57 . 12/31/2013
I have thoroughly enjoyed this story. You've skilfully ridden the line between the Austen style and your own, giving a subtle 21stC flavour without making a mockery of early 19thC customs and attitudes.
| KL93 chapter 57 . 12/20/2013
I definitely look forward to sequels!