In the third and final volume of Emily Bold's The Curse Series, Sam returns to the present day from seventeenth-century Scotland, reunited with her love, Payton, and relieved that the curse has been lifted. But their happiness is tempered by Sam's unsettling feeling that all is not yet right. Overburdened with the guilt she feels for unwittingly causing the curse that destroyed Payton's life for nearly three centuries, Sam is determined to return to the past to fix it. Fearing that the love of his life will want to remain with his past self, Payton follows Sam into history, desperate to bring her back to the present - and to the new life they've made together.
As the past and present clash, the two lovers face the most difficult choice of their lives: allow their history to remain as it was, with all its dangers, injustices, and pain, or fight to improve it - and risk the very love that binds them together.
©2013 Emily Bold (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. English translation © 2016 Jaime McGill.
I was a little unsure about reading this initially. The author might consider re writing the description. It doesn't do the book justice at all. In fact, I only listened because I was broke,and it was free on kindle unlimited. I am so glad I listened!! I drive a lot and listen to stay alert. I found myself not wanting to reach my destination so I could listen more! I would sit in the car longer than I needed to once I arrived home at night. I sincerely enjoyed this series and hope it continues with the next generation.
I dislike the fact of the story turns around of the same point of the previous books. I though would be diferente. I'm not totally dissapointed, but I'm not very happy with this book too.
No, because I like this genre of books. The problem is this one. So, I can't judge all books based on an experience
No, no, no... what could Emily Bold write about?
For me, the problem is that the three books revolve around the same issue, or rather, the same events, but in each of them we have a point of view. The only difference is that in this book, we see - we experience the events that occurred one year after the massacre. But still, there is not much new.
this third book was a huge let down. I could not concentrate on the story because every time I started to be drawn in I was jarred out by another refrence to man parts. the last straw was the graphic rape scene. the only parts of this book worth listening to were repeats of the past two and the last 5 minutes at the end.
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