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    Wicked or Tame?

    I love the start of a new series and this one really caught my attention. Widow's forming a club? Well yes and a great idea during this time period! Lady Charlotte Cavendish has paid her price of a forced marriage by her father and is determined to enjoy herself now that she is widowed. Forming a club with other widows has enabled them all to meet with men of their interest and purse marriage or anything else they might desire. Charlotte is not looking to be wed, but the man she meets, Nash, the Earl of Wrotham wants to settle down. Sparks fly between the two but Charlotte is very stubborn. I really could have shaken her because Nash was really very likable. Misunderstandings, suspense and some outside forces drive this story forward. Jenna Jaxon pulls you into the story with her wonderful descriptions and characters that seem real. Will Charlotte give in and marry Nash or stay determined to just enjoy herself without marriage? I cannot wait to read the next story in this series. With the descriptions of the other widows it has to be a lot of fun!
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    Loved it

    To Woo a Wicked Widow by Jenna Jaxon is the First book in The Widow's Club. This is the story of Charlotte and Nash. Charlotte had didn't have an easy life. When she was caught trying to elope with a man below her station her father forced her to marry an older man. Now her husband is dead and the year of morning is over and Charlotte wishes to find the fun in life. Nash just came into his title and wants to move forward with settling down and thinks that Charlotte would be the perfect one. But Charlotte isn't looking for marriage and Nash begins to hear things that might not make her the perfect wife. Can these two find that they are both what each need?
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    Wicked Widows are the most fun

    I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley to read in exchange for a fair review. To Woo a Wicked Widow is I believe the first book in Jenna Jaxon’s The Widows Club Series. Lady Charlotte Cavendish was caught by her extremely nasty father attempting to elope with a groom and was given the choice of being sold in marriage to an elderly friend of her fathers or be sent to Bedlam. Five horrible years later Charlotte is finally free and has vowed never to give up her freedom again. She and her cousin Jane establish a widows club with friends of theirs who are also widows to support and assist each other. Charlotte meets Nash the Earl of Wrotham at Almack’s and sparks fly making her wonder if perhaps she is being hasty in her vow never to marry. These two will have to overcome many obstacles to find their HEA including a conniving rake, Charlotte’s nasty father attempting a little blackmail and a gang of robbers terrorizing the county near Charlotte’s home. I did enjoy reading this story and look forward to the rest of the series. Steam Level Medium High, Publishing Date March 27, 2018 #ToWooAWickedWidow #NetGalley
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    Another cracker of a story

    Charlotte, after harrowing treatment by her father and then the man she was forced to marry, decides to enjoy her widowhood....and with her friends creates The Widows Club....A great group of ladies, some lecherous rakes and very likeable gentlemen...such an enjoyable read
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    Historical Romance

    After war women become widows. When young women marry old men they, too, become widows and are back on the marriage market. In this book we meet most of the women that will form the Widows Club and perhaps meet some of the men they will end up with. The first book tells the story of Charlotte and Nash and how they eventually achieve their HEA. Charlotte had a horrible childhood and it seems that when she came of age her father decided to marry her to someone she did not want – she wanted her groom – she tried to elope – but was caught. As punishment she was married off to an old man, a widow, a man with grown children. She had a miserable unconsummated marriage that finally ended when her husband died. She did her mourning and finally headed out in glorious color to attend a ball. She met two men at the ball that both pursued her. One would win her and the other, a rogue, was definitely up to no good. Nash is an honorable man who sailed the seas until he was forced to return to take the title. He needs a wife and thinks Charlotte might be the one until…he finds out she might be besmirched. There is a house party and then another one. There is a fete in the village. There are thieves causing trouble – they finally are caught. A couple of baddies do finally get their comeuppance and there is a HEA for Nash and Charlotte. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of this series. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars
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