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The Wary Widow (The Wetherby Brides, Book 3) Kindle Edition

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About the Author

After obtaining a degree in Vocal Performance from the Manhattan School of Music, and years of pursuing a career on the stage, Jerrica left the "glamorous" life of an actress in favor of writing romance. She resides in the New York City area with her husband, cat and 1-year-old princess.

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  • File Size: 639 KB
  • Print Length: 265 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1935171747
  • Publisher: Night Shift Publishing (February 7, 2011)
  • Publication Date: February 7, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004MPRV60
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,466 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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USA Today Best Selling Author, Jerrica Knight-Catania, knew from an early age that she was destined for romance. She would spend hours as a young girl sitting in a chair by an open window, listening to the rain, and dreaming of the day Prince Charming would burst in and declare his undying love for her. But it wasn't until she was 28-years-old, tired of her life in the theater, that she turned her focus toward writing Regency Romance novels. All her dreaming paid off, and she now gets to relive those romantic scenes she'd dreamt up as a child as she commits them to paper. She lives in sunny Palm Beach with her real life Prince Charming, their Princess-in-training and their aristocat, Dr. Snuggle.

Visit Jerrica's official website to learn more about her other books, the Wetherby family and to see what's new in her writing world!
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49 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Lnzy on January 28, 2012
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Okay..it was free. But the tone and feeling of the story didn't resonate the Regency Period at all. I thought it had a few cute moments, but honestly, the characters were just so shallow I didn't care. I had to delete it about half way through the book because I jsut got more and more aggravated. There were also misspellings and odd things - like main male character "turned on his heal..." Heal? Really? I then hauled out my very old copy of "The Grand Sophy" by Georgette Heyer because I was so in the mood for a GOOD Regency romance novel. I hate giving poor reviews but I feel duped by reading the five star reviews!
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Stacey A. on February 16, 2011
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The Wary Widow is one of those books that has stayed on my mind for days. One of my favorite parts is when the hero and heroine are at a garden party and involved in a version of hide-and-seek. The story is playful and fun, but it also has touching moments. I especially like that their relationship grows as the story progresses. I feel like Chloe and Andrew have a solid foundation on which to have a lasting relationship. That happily ever after I want when I read a romance. Bravo. Looking forward to more stories in the Weatherby Bride Series, at least I hope there are more.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on February 9, 2012
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This kindle book was free so I thought I would give it a go. UGH! Can't even make it through to the end, and I can read just about anything! This was SO clumsily written, with wooden characters who behave in an inexplicable fashion. I mean really, is it romantic to have the hero lead the heroine out into a garden and have her press her hand against his "bulge" to show her how he feels? I don't care that this is a historical romance, if someone ever did that to me I would be offended, and yet, this is somehow a turn-on for her? Just no...save your kindle space for something worth reading cause the author would have to pay ME to get me to read any more!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mitchie on August 11, 2012
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If you like your hero and heroine to be despicably selfish and abominably callous then you will enjoy The Wary Widow.

There were many flaws to this novel both historically and grammatically. This can be difficult to ignore but if you're willing to suspend belief and kick the English language to the curb you'll still have to do battle with the gaping plot holes.
The most obvious of which is that Lady Elizabeth's family would enlist a 19 year old cousin who was raised on a pig farm, widowed after a week of marriage, has no experience of London and no knowledge of acceptable social etiquette to chaperone Elizabeth on her first London season.
Add to this unbelievable mix the fact that Lady Elizabeth's mother happens to be alive and kicking and enjoys attending balls and social functions with her daughter and niece and you start to wonder how the story came to be written in the first place
Chloe and Andrew are the two most hateful main characters I have ever read about.
Sorry guys but actions speak louder than words and saying that that you don't want to hurt poor Elizabeth doesn't mean much when you proceed to do so in every way (and position) possible!
They justify their actions by convincing themselves that Elizabeth isn't in love with Andrew. Personally I felt that the poor girls' desperate attempts to get her fiancé to show her even the slightest sign of affection said "love" more clearly than Chloe's lust ever did.
I was not rooting for this couple, I felt they were arrogant and selfish and Chloe's conviction that Elizabeth would eventually forgive her made me want to slap her across the face.
By all means read this novel if you have an urge to feel uncontrollable rage and hatred towards a fictional character. But if you're in the mood for love and romance best you look elsewhere.
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32 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Insanetruth15 on January 28, 2012
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I was really disappointed in this book. I didn't finish it because of the bad language and overly descriptive sex scenes. Don't get me wrong... I love romance novels... CLEAN romance novels. We all know what happens when two people love each other... so does it really need to be described in detail on paper? Besides.... I don't think a book needs to include that type of material in order to get people to read it. It is demoralizing and very frustrating for someone who's just looking for a quick, clean romance read. Even if you are a fan of "The Notebook" type of romance novels... the grammatical and spelling errors were hard to overlook. In the end... there are much better books out there to read... regardless of whether this one was free or not... a price which was way too expensive considering the flaws of this book.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Seb Krugler on April 7, 2012
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Okay, so I knew that this wasn't going to be a deep, meaningful tale when I bought it. But I figured I could pass a few hours with some relatively mindless, fluff reading. What I didn't expect was all the predictability and repetitiveness, however. They can't be together because he's engaged to her cousin! Her cousin would be heartbroken! They can't possibly hope for a future because of her cousin! Whatever will her cousin think? What are they to do about her cousin? It got to the point where I'd just roll my eyes and read on. And the further in we got, the more predicable it got. I won't give you spoilers, but nothing about this story was a surprise.

For personal gripe, I also didn't like the font, nor the way it was set.

2 stars. I'd give this book a pass.
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