The Replacement Wife [NOOK Book]

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"I just love her work." --Victoria Christopher Murray

In this page-turning new novel from Essence® bestselling author Tiffany L. Warren, Atlanta's most eligible widower isn't looking to remarry—but for one woman, that's a mere detail. . .

Five years after his beloved wife's death, wealthy Quentin Chambers still hasn't returned to the church or his music ministry. Even his home is now devoid of music, and without his attention, Quentin's five children are getting out of ...

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Overview

"I just love her work." --Victoria Christopher Murray

In this page-turning new novel from Essence® bestselling author Tiffany L. Warren, Atlanta's most eligible widower isn't looking to remarry—but for one woman, that's a mere detail. . .

Five years after his beloved wife's death, wealthy Quentin Chambers still hasn't returned to the church or his music ministry. Even his home is now devoid of music, and without his attention, Quentin's five children are getting out of control—until his mother steps in and hires him a live-in nanny. Montana is pretty, compassionate, church-going, and even has a beautiful singing voice. The children take to her right away, and soon enough Quentin finds his heart opening to faith—and love—once more. But not everyone loves Montana. . .

A "friend" of Quentin's first wife, Chloe has been scheming to become the next Mrs. Chambers since the funeral. Chloe is convinced she's just one seduction away from a marriage proposal. Now she'll do whatever it takes to get rid of Montana—including blackmail, theft—and digging up a troublemaking man from Montana's past. But Chloe forgets she's got secrets of her own, and the tables may turn with a twist she never sees coming. . .

Praise for Tiffany L. Warren

"When I read a Tiffany L. Warren novel I know I'm going to get two things—a riveting story and a faith boost!" --ReShonda Tate Billingsley

"Tiffany L. Warren continues on her path as a literary trailblazer, giving readers the engaging stories they crave." -Eric Pete, New York Times bestselling author

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780758280626
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 2/25/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 39,058
  • File size: 749 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2014

    Great read.

    I could not put this book down, a definite page turner and excellent read!

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  • Posted March 28, 2014

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    Reviewed by Karen Pirnot for Readers' Favorite Tiffany Warren's

    Reviewed by Karen Pirnot for Readers' Favorite

    Tiffany Warren's latest romance novel The Replacement Wife is chock full of characters that are right out of a movie script. We meet Quentin, a handsome man who is dating Chloe - who is out to get Quentin's money by befriending him following the death of Quentin's wife. Their relationship has now spanned five years and Quentin is tired of a relationship that has "fringe benefits" but no real quality. When Quentin's mother Estelle hires a nanny for Quentin's five children, Chloe begins to take a back seat and Quentin's obvious interest in the nanny Montana has Chloe scampering to save a relationship she had hoped would lead to marriage.

    I found the children quite delightful. The oldest boy, named Reese, appears to be a wandering soul who finally gets into enough trouble to need his father Quentin. The oldest girl, Deirdre, has "issues" with men but the twins and the youngest girl seem to have clear heads on their shoulders, despite the trauma of losing their mother. Chloe's lack of character, combined with the sterling qualities of her nemesis Montana, make for an ongoing story of deception and personality growth.

    There's a lot of culture and religion in the book and it is woven well into the storyline. Warren makes her characters believable so that readers can either love or hate them. The growth of Quentin is a delight. Many readers will relate to the sense of loss coupled with the demands of those who are left behind. The Replacement Wife is an enjoyable read and fans of Tiffany Warren will eat it up!

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  • Posted February 25, 2014

    This book right here¿this brings that meat and potatoes to dinne

    This book right here…this brings that meat and potatoes to dinner!  First off, lemme say that around chapter 12 or 13 or so, I THOUGHT I knew how the story was going to play out.  Now, I knew the gist of it...of course, but I thought it’d be just an easy peasy…run of the mill type deal.  Wrong..wrong WRONG!  So anyway…let’s hop to it.




    Let’s meet Chloe.  This heffa here…(that’s what you’re going to say).  Who goes to someone’s funeral to meet that person’s husband?  Yeah…This chick…Chloe shows up at the funeral of the wife of Quentin Chambers…claiming to be an old friend.  Scheming self…All she sees is dollar signs.  See…Mr. Chambers is nearly a billionaire.  Yup…and Chloe has her heart set on becoming the new Mrs. Chambers.




    Now…fast forward five years and we see Quentin dating…YES DATING Chloe.  Five years…and no ring…whatchusay now?!  Lol…Poor thing…




    Well now.  Chloe and Quentin are actually fine in their own little way until…Quentin’s mom decides that Quentin’s kids need a nanny of sorts.  Enter Montana…sweet…loves Jesus…Montana.  Something happens the first time Quentin lays eyes on her.  Oh em gee…time for a change!!  BUT WAIT…what about Chloe?  Well..you’re just going to need to read it.  Montana is doing her best to stay saved.  But that doggone Quentin Chambers….HE CAN GET IT!  (oh wait…that’s me…)…but there’s chemistry there.  Everyone knows it…including Chloe…and trust me…she is NOT having it…This girl will stop at NOTHING…you’ll see it but you won’t believe it.




    But…wouldn’t you know…that there’s an opportunity for ministry here?  There’s a message for you…yes YOU in this book.  Tiffany has woven together a story that entertains and encourages.  I feel Montana in her plight to stay strong in her faith.  I love that these are real people.  People like me!




    Make sure you get your copy wherever books are sold!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2013

    Devotion143

    Well I haven't came across this author before, so I'm going to go on ahead and cop the bookjust to see what its all about. Now I do hope that its the best be ause if not I will most deff come back and give you guys another post just to let you know what's up. Anywhoo, happy reading Nook Lovers.

    Devotion143

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