THE HUSBAND (21ST Century Courtesan #4) by Pamela DuMond writing as P. S. DuMond – Review by Angela Hayes

HUSBAND (21st Century Courtesan Book 4)HUSBAND by Pamela DuMond
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


5 Stars


The Husband is the highly anticipated fourth book in the 21st Century Courtesan Series by Pamela DuMond. This series is completely addicting- I can’t get enough- I love everything about it- the intriguing story, the superb writing, and interesting characters all come together in an unforgettable read.
I’ve loved Evie from the moment I met her back in Book One- so it was never even a question of if I would be reading this book, I couldn’t wait to continue her story and jumped right in as soon as the book hit my Kindle. Evelyn Berlinger (Evie) is an empath who became a high priced courtesan- an escort providing a unique experience for her wealthy clientele. She has been through quite a lot since we met her back in book one- and I know I keep saying this- but this book takes things to a whole new level, as Evie deals with love, loss, heartache, danger, and more.
This story continues from the previous books- and as it has recurring characters and details- I really do recommend reading the other instalments before starting on this one- as they contain los of backstory, character introductions, and other important information which will enhance your reading experience of this book.
I’ve mentioned this before, but it’s worth repeating again- this series is wonderfully original, with plenty of complexity, layers, intriguing developments, and clever interconnected details. Ms. DuMond weaves a rich and textured story with wonderful attention to detail and with a vividly descriptive quality to her scene setting, character creation, and story development. This book is dark, sexy, and very emotive- with plenty of danger, suspense, mystery, intrigue, and dramatic developments. I really couldn’t put it down and devoured it in one sitting.
OMG- I CAN. NOT. WAIT. for Book #5 “The Fan”- it is set to be the best yet!!!!!!

Thank you, Pamela DuMond!


Reviewed by @angelahayes

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