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Posted May 20, 2013
I LOVED THIS SERIES! The suspense in it was enough to keep me on
I LOVED THIS SERIES! The suspense in it was enough to keep me on the edge of my seat. There were parts where I had to put my kindle down and take a breather cause I was so caught up in it. I can NOT wait to read more of Sylvia's books! Great job!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 28, 2013
Accused of murder the story continues in Book 3 with Layla Curvi
Accused of murder the story continues in Book 3 with Layla Curvier wife number three in the series of The Curvier Widows.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Jean Curvier although dead controlled all three the women from the grave and in each story they had to fight to get the freedom they so surely needed. Each went about it differently.
Lalya DuChampe the youngest of the three had the most to loose. Forced by her father to marry the deceitful man all she knew was unhappiness in the year long marriage with seemingly no way out. Until his untimely death in their hotel suite that showed all the signs that she was the one. Fighting for her life she had no where to go, no one to trust or to rely on.
When she met Jean's lawyer that she knew as a young boy with her in school she distrusted him from the start. Sparks flew between them creating the suspense filled story line
Drew Soulier recognized her to and took it upon himself to defend her as a pro bono case hoping that the case will launch his political career.
Finding a letter in Jean's dresser she realized that there could be another woman involved and she jumped at the opportunity to fend for her self. Colette the only remaining servant at her side.
Some of the loose ends in Book 1 and 2 are answered during the unraveling plot in book 3 Beguiled. I could not help but feel more empathy for Layla than Marian and Nicole. Her continuous struggle for people to believe in her innocence, not knowing how she will support herself and disregarded by the people left her bereft and alone. Seemingly with out hope.
With the added mistrust from Drew things was seriously against her. The ongoing investigation taking its toll on her. Always on the defense but yet opening herself for the love of a man she never thought would return her affection.
A beautiful written love story that brought closure to the series laying down dreams to be with the one person who can make you truly happy.
Who killed Jean Curvier? Well I would suggest to buy the series and read for yourself. It is well worth it till the very end.
Posted January 29, 2013
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