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Can true love break the curse?

Amelia Fawn is cursed - or so she believes. How else can she explain each of her husbands' deaths within the first year of marriage? So after the ton names her the Black Widow and warns eligible men to stay clear, Amelia vows never to marry again. Not even if she falls in love.

Charles Fremont has loved Amelia Fawn his entire life. But after enduring countless rejections and watching her get married three other times, he's finally had enough. He swears a vow to never ask anything from her again. Even if it kills him.

Book three in the Ladies of Devon series, The Widow of Falbrooke Court, is a clean Regency romance continuing the story of the four women who make up a literary society in Devon and form a lasting friendship.

©2021 Kasey Stockton (P)2021 Kasey Stockton

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A personally appealing storyline

I always love the writings of Kasey Stockton. However, this book was particularly appealing to me because of the secondary character Lydia Halpert. The condition she struggled with during pregnancy was been the experience of one of my own daughters with all four of her pregnancies. Perhaps not quite as extreme in her case but she did have to be hospitalized for IV at times. Of course I love Charles — and Amelia grew on me. There were times, though, that her references to Charles from the past just seemed a bit too demeaning. I understand that she was the one that had to mature in order to see the value in his steadfast character. I will definitely be continuing to read the rest of the books in the series and, as I said at the beginning of this review, this book was extremely well written and very enjoyable… The storyline was great and the narration of the audible version was also excellent.