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The Letter from Briarton Park by Sarah E. Ladd

This book would easily be a favorite if it weren’t for two profanities and one expletive used. Those bad-language words were completely unnecessary and ruined an otherwise immersive reading experience for me.

Other than those three words, this story was completely charming, utterly delightful, and deliciously mysterious. I love stories like this one that pull me in and hardly ever let me catch my breath for how page-turning good they are. I especially enjoyed how the mystery was made better by the complex characters and intricate plot that held lots of sweet and spicy twists that kept me guessing throughout. It was fun to see this story include a murder mystery among it all! The charged familial drama and sweet romance were highlights I enjoyed as well.

Content: profanity, expletive, illegitimate child, marital affair (mentioned)

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