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The Wary Widow by Jerrica Knight-Catania
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  fromjesstoyou | Mar 21, 2016 |
It's just your normal, run of the mill historical romance. The story is about Chloe Hawthorne, cousin of Lady Elizabeth Crawley, chaperoning Elizabeth for a season in London. Lady Elizabeth is betrothed to be married to Lord Andrew Wetherby. Lord Andrew and Chloe find that there is a mutual attraction between them but do not act upon it because he is betrothed. However, Lady Elizabeth is seen with another gentleman who wishes to gain her favor.

I have to say that I expected more out of this book, story wise and in the way it was written overall. There wasn't enough of a character arch/development which then made me feel like the characters were thrown into the book, then put together in some scenes, then there was love and marriage.

Biggest gripe: Character developments were too shallow and too quick.

Biggest plus: Lady Elizabeth wasn't evil and mean and she and Chloe actually got along rather than having some weird jealousy/hate toward one another.
  Danielle.Montgomery | Apr 5, 2012 |
not bad, but not a lot of romance, and very predictable - with twin brothers switching places and falling in love. ( )
  afarrington | Feb 21, 2012 |
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Andrew Wetherby has chosen the perfect bride. She is well bred and beautiful - what more could the second son of a marquess ask for? However, when Lady Elizabeth's new chaperone arrives on the scene, he knows he's made a mistake of monumental proportions. The young widow with the russet curls captures his undivided attention, but as a gentleman, there is little he can do about it...or is there?
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The Wetherby Brides, Book 3 When Chloe Hawthorne is asked to chaperone her cousin during the London Season, it is with a heavy heart that she departs her home and family in Essex.Though she has been widowed for more than a year, she has yet to move on, and is loathe to do so. But when she meets her cousin's fiancee, Lord Andrew Wetherby, she must choose between honoring her cousin's impending marriage and following her heart. Andrew Wetherby has chosen the perfect bride. She is well bred and beautiful - what more could the second son of a marquess ask for? However, when Lady Elizabeth's new chaperone arrives on the scene, he knows he's made a mistake of monumental proportions. The young widow with the russet curls captures his undivided attention, but as a gentleman, there is little he can do about it..or is there?… (more)

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