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  1. 5 out of 5

    Julie Carpenter

    I love that these are all in a boxset! And the covers are absolutely striking. Very Stunning! I love a good cover and these ones are very well done and fit the books so well. I love this series. The mystery. The curse. The sisters. The matriarch. And of course the swoony love stories as well. So much goodness throughout all of these books. I couldn't wait for each book to come out and I devoured them. Especially the last one. I loved the family history aspects of it as well as how it tied everyth I love that these are all in a boxset! And the covers are absolutely striking. Very Stunning! I love a good cover and these ones are very well done and fit the books so well. I love this series. The mystery. The curse. The sisters. The matriarch. And of course the swoony love stories as well. So much goodness throughout all of these books. I couldn't wait for each book to come out and I devoured them. Especially the last one. I loved the family history aspects of it as well as how it tied everything in the series together. And how it tied everything related to the curse together and brought closure for this family. The journal entries and history of the family were very fascinating. If you love a good gothic story, with mystery, suspense, an ancient curse, fabulous characters, and of course the swoony men who capture the hearts of these sisters, grab this boxset and immerse yourself in the Ambrose family. I read my own personal copies of the individual books. All thoughts and opinions in the review are my own. Happy Reading!!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mara

    I read each of the books in collection as they were released. MOSTLY DANGEROUS--The Ambrose women seem to be cursed. For several generations otherwise healthy husbands have suddenly died, experienced men have been killed in freak accidents, and none of the male children live long enough to get married and have children of their own. Could all of this really be due to a curse? I loved the character of Sofia. She's determined, takes charge and speaks her mind. When a oil well fire starts shortly af I read each of the books in collection as they were released. MOSTLY DANGEROUS--The Ambrose women seem to be cursed. For several generations otherwise healthy husbands have suddenly died, experienced men have been killed in freak accidents, and none of the male children live long enough to get married and have children of their own. Could all of this really be due to a curse? I loved the character of Sofia. She's determined, takes charge and speaks her mind. When a oil well fire starts shortly after her grandmother puts her in charge of Ambrose Oil, she calls the best oil firefighting team in the business. I absolutely adored the conversation between Sofia and Gavin, especially when he assumed she was "a perpetually peeved spinster". He got a big shock when he arrived at the Ambrose estate to contain the fire. I really liked these two characters together. About the curse--reading the diary entries of the great-great-grandmother was one of the best parts of the story and brought the Gothic element to the book. I can't wait to read the other books in the series to see how each of Sofia's sisters choose to react to the curse. MOSTLY PERFECT--Lauren's an artist and really different than her older sister Sofia (who we met in Mostly Dangerous). She doesn't let people know she's an Ambrose, she's learned people tend to treat you differently when they know you come from wealth, and she never goes on more than five dates with a guy because of the whole curse thing. Lauren's not sure why her grandmother summoned her to Ambrose Estate, but when she gets there she's not happy to discover the venture capitalist her grandmother wants to do business with is Nicholas Matthews. I loved Lauren and Nicholas' first meeting--arguing over a cab--and that he knew exactly who she was, but she didn't know him from Adam. Their second meeting in the library was also pretty good when she "uninvites" him to Ambrose Estate to give his business proposal. Sparks were flying. What can I say about Nick that hasn't already been said by other reviewers? He's about as perfect as a guy can be. Even though he and Lauren had a super rocky start he came when she called in the middle of the night. As someone else said "he pays attention to the small things", what woman wouldn't fall for that kind of guy? I also loved that he kept buying her paintings, and not because he's a nice guy. Nick has his work cut out for him if he's going to win Lauren over to his side, as she's never alllowed herself to fall for anyone because of that blasted curse. Speaking of the dreaded curse, I wondered what she would have to do to break it; I figured it out about the same time she did. MOSTLY RISKY--Amelia Ambrose is ready to try to break the "Ambrose Curse" that's plagued her family for generations. She's made a list of five of her favorite "almost-boyfriends" to see if one of them clicks. If that happens, she'll find out from her older half-sisters what she has to do to break the curse so she can settle down without worrying that the man she loves will die a premature death. Grigg Edison, the other half of Ambrose & Edison, has been waiting to ask Amelia out for two long years, and he's tired of waiting. When he finds out about her list he wants to be on it. In fact, he wants to be the only one on that list. Can he convince Amelia or Mills as he calls her, to give him a chance? I love this series, reading about each of the Ambrose sisters and the guys they fall in love with. The sisters are so different from each other, and I love their grandma. I liked that Amelia was ready to take the bull by the horns so to speak so she could find and have love in her life. Running her own company and being worth a lot of money doesn't mean much when you're alone, so Amelia faces down the curse and decides to do what she has to in order to break it. Oh Grigg *happy sigh*. I loved how he wanted to double date with her, but the dates never really went well for either of them. Hey guys that should've been a big, blinking, red sign. They knew each other so well--what each of them would drink or eat, etc. Was there anything not to love about Grigg? He's super smart, good looking, in shape, romantic, caring, fun, wealthy, and it seems a great kisser. *swoon* I liked the suspense element in this one towards the end, although I wasn't that surprised when it happened. MOSTLY PERILOUS--This was a great end to the series with Emma, not only making the find of a lifetime on an archaeological dig in Egypt, but finding love with Ian, solving a family mystery, and breaking the curse for herself. As soon as Emma spills a Big Gulp on the guy at the gas station, I knew we'd see him again. It's such a memorable meet-cute, and I loved how they continued to tease each other over the incident while they worked together solving the mystery of her missing great-great grandfather’s body. Speaking of mystery, I enjoyed how Emma and Ian followed the clues to figure out where the body was, and it was a surprise (to me) when they found the connection between their family and Celeste Fontaine's. She was such a devious woman, who caused so much pain for the Ambrose family. I liked that Emma was close to her sister Sofia and took care of the mystery of their missing great-great grandfather while Sofia handled the oil problem. Loved seeing their grandma Lillian again, she's a great character. I especially loved when Emma confronted the lying Omar and Ian's wonderfully swoon worthy surprise, and I loved the ending because both Emma and Ian both get to do what they love.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Peni

    Please see individual stories for review. Generations of secrets and an ancient curse keep the female heirs of Ambrose Estate from following their hearts. Join each sister of the Ambrose family as they work to overcome their dark legacy and break the deadly curse that threatens any happiness for their futures. MOSTLY DANGEROUS Sofia Ambrose might be falling in love with Gavin Spencer while they work together on saving the estate’s oil well, but an old family curse discovered in a long-lost journal Please see individual stories for review. Generations of secrets and an ancient curse keep the female heirs of Ambrose Estate from following their hearts. Join each sister of the Ambrose family as they work to overcome their dark legacy and break the deadly curse that threatens any happiness for their futures. MOSTLY DANGEROUS Sofia Ambrose might be falling in love with Gavin Spencer while they work together on saving the estate’s oil well, but an old family curse discovered in a long-lost journal from a hundred years ago stands in between her and their happiness. MOSTLY PERFECT Lauren Ambrose knows that millionaire investor Nick Matthews might be perfect for her, but money has no power over the curse that haunts her every relationship. MOSTLY RISKY When Amelia Ambrose accepts that co-worker Grigg Edison is the man she wants in her life, it’s a whole other matter to risk that love against a curse that’s more powerful than both of them. MOSTLY PERILOUS Emma Ambrose didn’t plan on falling for the local county coroner, and if Ian Phelps should know anything, it’s to stay away from a family with empty graves and centuries of secrets. But together, maybe they can finally break the Ambrose curse once and for all. If you like enchanting romance, intriguing legacies, and moody mysteries, then you’ll adore these smoldering love stories.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Caryl

    The Women of Ambrose are stronger than they realize. Their journey to overcome the trauma of the past was filled with hope. Each woman is unique and strong. I enjoyed this collection. Book One has many formatting errors such as several paragraphs repeating. No formatting errors in the remaining books. I borrowed a copy from Kindle Unlimited. All views expressed are my honest opinion.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    This is a fabulous collection of stories. Each is a mystery of how the Ambrose women break the curse on them. I especially enjoyed the first & fourth stories by Ms. Montpelit. The last one has several mysteries in it that blew my mind. How did the author come up with the ideas? My mind doesn't work the way theirs do. I do so enjoy an excellent mystery & this collection fits perfectly. This is a fabulous collection of stories. Each is a mystery of how the Ambrose women break the curse on them. I especially enjoyed the first & fourth stories by Ms. Montpelit. The last one has several mysteries in it that blew my mind. How did the author come up with the ideas? My mind doesn't work the way theirs do. I do so enjoy an excellent mystery & this collection fits perfectly.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donna Woolley

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    Jan Bates

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    Bonnie Lucke

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    BECKY OTTAWAY

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    Reba Grider

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    Linda McDaniel

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    Starlene O'Hara

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    Susan Parcels

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    Kevin Perdue

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    Pam Dehn

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    Krestashay

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    Angela Vidrine

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    Laura R. Lang

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    Nancy O'Flanagan

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    Augustus F. Labella

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    Ketty Ong

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    Barbara B. Grant

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    Mary Roberts

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    Linda Snow

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    Darleane McCord

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    D. Anderson

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    Colleen Pellanda Ticknor

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    Janice

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    Vicki Carson

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    Sara Pigott

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    lynne

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    Alicia Daley

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    Rebecca

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    Linda

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