The Unexpected Past of Miss Jane Austen
After becoming trapped in present-day Bath due to a mishap with her time-travelling charm, Jane Austen is safe and sound back in the 1800s thanks to Rose’s help. Now, Rose is ready to focus on her fledgling romance with dreamy Dr Aiden Trevellyan.
But when Jane reappears...more
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The Unexpected Past of Miss Jane Austen is a follow up sequel and works best when read in order.
Rose and Aidan have just come to a tentative understanding to start seeing each other when who should appear back in Rose's day, but J ...more
This book shows us what is really important in life such as love, family and friendships. The story flows effortlessly and moves along at a comfortable pace. I loved the wea ...more
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
TYPE OF NOVEL: Austen-Inspired Original, Jane Austen as a Fictional Character, Time Travel/Time Slip
SERIES: Austen Adventures Book 2
NOTE: Potential readers should read The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen first to fully appreciate and understand all that is taking place in this second book of the series.
SETTING: Technically, Bath, England present day, but also Chawton, England 1813
SYNOPSIS: Similar to Doc Brow ...more
Another wonderful collaboration between Ms. Bright and Ms. Grafton in the adventures of a time traveling Jane Austen! I was completely charmed by this second novel and don't tell anyone, but I think they have outdone themselves with this one! I loved it! I strongly recommend that you read the first book, 'The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen', as 'The Unexpected Past' picks up immediately after it.
"I'm in. I've only just found you Rose. I've no intention of letting go of you so soon." (quot ...more
Rose and Aiden are transported back in time along with Jane Austen who was living in modern times to her (JA) own time. Going back 300 years so they are aware all of them of the future ...more
One thing that bothers me about these books is the unnatural latch that Rose and Morgan have. While Rose is in the past all she can think about is getting word to Morgan, it's almost obsessive at times. Then while the girls are separated they are constantly writing pretty worthless letters misusing ...more
This is the second book in the Austen Adventures series. I loved the first book and this book has lived up to the first one.
Rose, Aiden and Jane are back! This time Jane is convinced that someone connected to Rose is living next door to her, and that Rose and Aiden must travel back to 1813 to solve the problem.
I enjoyed meeting Jane's family and all of the period details. ...more
An unexpected secret is revealed of Rose’s past and possibly even her future. Certain events take places, which had me on the very edge of my sofa half the time, wondering what the heck Cass and Ada was up to ...more
I loved how it had so great twist and turns & all the well-known characters, as well as the newly added ones are a delight and it was the utmost fun to get to know them. <3
The book ends on a very well pleasing note but has a hint that there might be another book - I'm curious and almost sitting on the edge if we can hope for more adventures of Rose, Aiden and Jane Austen... My finge ...more
After enjoying the first book so much there was no question whether I would read the continuitation. It ended with a cliffhanger and the story picks up right where we were left.
Just when our heroine Rose thought her life would settle down and when she discovers her infatuation with Dr Trevellyen isn’t unrequited at all… in sweep ...more
This book in the series was a lot of fun becaus ...more
A cute and lighthearted read. It took me a while to get the hang of the story, but I haven't read the first book in the series so that is my own fault.
The characters where charming and had their own cute quirks and attitudes that made them really loveable. The Austen siblings seemed well fleshed out, and they had a good bond. A lot of the time I feel like authors struggle with siblings and their bond and banter, which makes them seem not real. That was not the case with this book.
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I really like the writing style and characters and general storyline of both this book and The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen. It's really cute and clever, and both books were quick, easy reads. I liked the first one more because I felt like it had more of a plot though. I think this one started off with a good idea, there was just less places for it to go than the first one. The "mystery" of Jane's n ...more
The stiry picks up where Particulas Charm of Miss Jane Austen left off. Rose is happy with Dr. Aiden Trevellyan and Jane is safely back home in the 1800s. Rose thinks her life is back to normal, no more Jane-related adventures for her. How wrong she is! But this time Rose does the travelling. Jane asks her ...more
This is the sequel to their delightful time travel romp, ‘The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen’ published earlier this year that ended on a cliffhanger that is continued here.
I won’t discuss the plot details in order to avoid spoilers. However, I would advise that it is best to read the novels in orde ...more