Love for the Spinster

Women of Worth Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Mary Sarah
Series: Women of Worth, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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Freya runs from her past, but trouble seems to follow her everywhere she goes.

Years after discovering her parents' marriage was invalid, and she illegitimate, Freya continued to struggle with the scandal hanging over her head. When her father reappears with his real wife and daughter, Freya flees London entirely.

With an inherited country house, Freya at least has somewhere to run. She looks forward to meeting her faithful steward, who writes the most diverting letters. However, Mr. Daniel Bryce is not the old gentleman she expected, but young, handsome, and eligible.

Freya struggles with her growing feelings for her steward as they work together to renovate the only home she has left. When a stranger shows up and threatens to reveal Freya's past, will she find the strength to remove herself from the scandal's shadow?

©2019 Kasey Stockton (P)2019 Tantor

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narrator ruin this book for me

Got half way through the book and I stopped. I could take it any longer

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Beautiful sweet story!

At first,I wasn’t sure where the story was going. There’s a letter she received, she wants to read but then, we’re in the next chapter. I am sill not sure what happened to the letter. I felt like I kept waiting for something and then, you get there and, the story ends.

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The story is a very beautiful sweet story. I am more use to having loads of drama and romance. Also, it took me a little while to get use to the soft voice of the narrator but once I did, Mary Sarah you did a great job!