Her Loving Husband’s Curse by Meredith Allard is the second in the The Loving Husband Trilogy. I really enjoyed the first in the series Her Dear and Loving Husband so I was anxious to read this one as well to see what would happen next. Once again I listened to the audio version which is narrated by Laura Jennings. I really enjoy listening to her. She has a soft tone to her voice and is very good at using different inflections for different characters. She really makes the story come alive and that really added to my enjoyment of the book.
I really want to be very general about this book because saying too much can give away parts of the story that you get from the first book and then the second and that would just ruin it for anyone wanting to experience it for themselves. In this installment we find James and Sarah happily married but Sarah is now haunted by memories of a child she once carried in a past life and this leaves her wanting a child for her and James. Being a vampire James can’t father a child so they turn to adoption and find the perfect baby in Grace.
All seems to be coming together for them until Kenneth Hempel, the reporter, starts again with his vicious rumors of vampires living and working among the innocent citizens of Salem. It isn’t long before things are out of control and James and Sarah must decide what to do to keep Grace and themselves safe.
This sequel expertly weaves actual events in history such as the Salem Witch Trials and the Trail of Tears into Sarah and Jame’s stories. I found this part of the story very interesting as I hadn’t even known of the Trail of Tears before. I love how Meredith takes the reader back in time and enlightens us to a time in history while giving us a modern and page-turning story. That’s one of the reasons I love this series so much.
Meredith truly has a talent with words and I would be remiss in not saying how beautifully written this book is. This is not just another vampire novel! This book is so much more with the emotional elements of Sarah and Jame’s lives together and now with baby Grace all woven together with their past lives. I do suggest starting with the first book Her Dear and Loving Husband otherwise you may find yourself a bit lost plus it would be a shame to lose out on any part of this great series. Highly recommended!
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I have one copy of Her Loving Husband’s Curse by Meredith Allard to share with my readers. There is a print copy available to US and Canadian residents and an eBook copy available internationally. To enter…
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Draw Date April 26/14
Source: Audiobook from my personal library.
Sandra Furlotte says
I would love to win this book.
Teddy Rose says
Thanks for taking part in the tour. I’m glad you enjoyed ‘Her Loving Husband’s Curse’!
wall-to-wall books-wendy says
Oh yay! I am signing up for this book because I have book 1 already (haven’t read it yet, but I have it).
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Meredith Allard says
I’m so glad you liked Book Two too! Thank you so much for your lovely review. I really appreciate it.
Mary Preston says
I need to catch up. I have not begun this trilogy yet. Love the cover.
Carol M says
I would love to read this book! I have the first book and I know I will enjoy this one, too.
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Lisa Garrett says
I love historical fiction, and I think I would really like this story.
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Maxie Anderson says
This seems to be in a very scary time in history. I would love to win it and see if it would be ok for a teenage granddaughter. Thanks, Maxie Sharing on Facebook. Thanks!
Pamela j says
I have never heard of the trail of tears before either. I would like to read this author. Thanks!
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