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Widow: Live on Amazon

Widow Cover

 

Widow (Blended #2), the long awaited sequel to Good Girl is now available for purchase on Amazon. Please click the image to be rerouted to Widow’s sales page.

Trying to overcome insurmountable odds: lifelong secrets plaguing both families, the failed, bitter romance between their eldest born, the ghosts of their deceased spouses, and the addiction that taints everything it touches. Will Malcolm Mason and Clover Webster be able to forge an unbreakable bond in order to traverse this landmine of a blended family?

Widow is book #2 in the Blended Series, the sequel to Good Girl. Not suitable for younger readers: 18 +. Contemporary romance involving sensual, erotic themes. Prepare for a roller coaster ride of emotions: devastating loss, the mourning of death, the renewal of hope, the awakening of love, the unexpected humor of watching one’s loved ones fall down, get back up, and dust themselves off. Blended is the chaotic calamity of everyday life.

Information
Title: Widow
Series: Blended
Book in series: #2
# of pages: 617
Price: $4.99

2 responses

  1. jennifer

    This book is extremely well thought out and well written, but what the heck happened with Willow and Auggie??? When Good Girl ended they were at one place, and suddenly in this book they were at a completely different place with no explanation. Does anyone understand what happened?

    June 14, 2014 at 8:43 pm

    • WickedWriter

      Jennifer,
      Good Girl was completely revamped & re-released in February. While writing Widow, I just couldn’t suffer with how GG was written. Things contradicted the direction of where I was taking Widow. I rewrote & expanded GG, taking it from 400 to nearly 700 pages. I publicized the Revamped Edition, but I fear the information didn’t reach all of GG’s early readers. You do not need to repurchase GG to read the revamped edition. Please click the “UPDATED EDITIONS” tab on this website for details. Thank you for reading, & I apologize for any and all misunderstandings.

      June 14, 2014 at 8:58 pm

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