Sequel to The Blackmailed Beauty
After experiencing a life changing injury while out riding her beloved horse Pirate, Willa Dutton becomes convinced she should release her fiancé, the Earl of Roydon, from their engagement. She feels another woman would be better able to provide him with heirs and participate in the activities he loves. With this decision made, Willa sets out to find him a better wife by matchmaking.
Meanwhile, the earl believes that someone is trying to kill Willa. Learning that her saddle had been sabotaged is only the beginning. As more attempts are made to kill Willa, the earl sets out to find out who the suspect is. At the same time, he finds that Willa's behavior has become a bit odd as she has started hosting parties and pushing other women at him. Will he solve the mysteries in time and convince Willa that she is his one and only love?
©2015 Ilene Withers (P)2016 Clean Reads
I think this book would be good for anyone who has trouble getting to sleep.
I'm not sure what I'll read next, but I'll be adding this author to my Do Not Read list.
The performance was adequate-- it may even have been good, but since the narrator had so little to work with, it's hard to say.
The lack of chemistry between the two main characters was disappointing. I couldn't imagine what got them together in the first place. It was made more disappointing because the interesting premise was so poorly executed. The plot summary bore little resemblance to the actual plot, and the story dragged on and on. And then, to top it off, the constant mention of prayer and praying made the whole thing just come off as a sermon. So irritating.
I listened to the end, hoping that the author would be able to turn it around. That's probably a credit to the narrator.
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