"...we bid farewell to it and all we hold dear." - Charles Hicks, Tsalagi (Cherokee) Vice Chief speaking of the Trail of Tears, November 4, 1838, Legends of America
|Her Loving Husband's Curse|
author Meredith Allard's sequel to Her Dear & Loving Husband is a triumphant follow-up! it is more emotional, more intense, more dramatic, more exciting and of course, more romantic.
old characters make their appearance and new ones are introduced. this time, the events not only take place in Salem but also in a secluded location in Maine. moreover, twists and surprises heighten the thrill of enjoying this fast-paced book.
initially, i was inclined to believe that Her Dear & Loving Husband could stand on its own even if it was part of a trilogy. apparently not. after reading this second book, i changed my mind and readers will definitely miss out a lot if they fail to read it as well.
the only way to solve this dilemma is simple enough - grab copies of the first and second books, read one after the other and like me, wait with much anticipation for the third and final one to come out.
*Her Loving Husband's Curse is available at Amazon , Smashwords and Barnes and Noble . the first book in the trilogy, Her Dear & Loving Husband, is also available at Amazon , Smashwords and Barnes and Noble. for more information about Meredith Allard and her work, please visit her Website, The Copperfield Review and follow her on Twitter and Facebook
my personal rating is:
Her Loving Husband's Curse contains material not suitable for younger readers 15 and under.
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