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Editorial Reviews - Rebecca Boucher
"The impossibly tragic and beautiful love story of Tess and Greg grew into this even better story about redemption, and in the end, family. I felt with Tess every peak and valley. The supporting cast of characters, and the twist that comes at you out of nowhere, separates this from other romance novels. he people are real, the emotions are high, and at the end it brings home the message that family is who we surround ourselves with. Not necessarily who we are related to." - Mandy I love Indie
"I inhaled this (book) from start to finish, in less than a day. The storyline was crazy good and oh so different. I never saw the curve balls coming. I loved the fairy tale aspect to the story and thought the romance was truly beautiful. Who doesn't long for that love at first sight kind of feeling? Well, Wilsoncroft wrote it perfectly."

I love the high a good book brings on, and The Unfaithful Widow kept that high going long after the book was over.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780985218997
  • Publisher: Write More Publications
  • Publication date: 7/27/2012
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Meet the Author

J.S. Wilsoncroft lives in Pennsylvania with her menagerie of animals, her loving husband and two children. If you would like to read more about her books or upcoming events, go to
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  • Posted April 25, 2012

    Great romance that hits all the marks!

    I am not a romance reader, never have been. In fact, usually when I see a book tagged with 'romance' or 'love' I make a little gagging sound and click away like my fingers are on fire. It takes something special to make me buy a pure romance book, and in this case the something special is the author, J.S. Wilsoncroft. I've read some of her other work and she has a way with characters like few others, and The Unfaithful Widow did not disappoint!

    Tess is a woman that is working through the death of her husband and is thrust into a situation in which she is forced to confront the fact that the man she married had been leading a double life. It's a jolt, it's painful and she feels betrayed and angry. The double-life wasn't what I expected, which made the situation even more powerful. The emotions were real, and I could relate to Tess.

    She ends up in New York with her best friend, Dawn, who is the kind of BFF we all want to have. She's understanding but not about to let Tess curl up and whine. They go out for a night on the town and enter Greg Thomas. And oh my, does Greg make an entrance:

    "You don't know Greg? There he is!" Both girls began squealing as they looked straight across the giant room. In a blink of an eye, they were both up and running toward him. There was already a mob of girls swarming around the center of the room. It reminded me of a bunch of football players piling onto each other to get to the ball.

    We all know those kind of guys, right? The super popular ones that always have a posse of females, that seem to be living the dream and Tess does exactly what most of us would do. She's mildly interested, a little mistrustful, and sure as heck isn't going to throw herself at him like the other insane women. Tess is not one to swoon over a man, and at this point in her life she's not even looking for a man at all. she's vulnreable and dealing with her own stuff, but still has a strong center. I love that about her. So Greg has to bring his A-game to get Tess's attention.

    What ensues is a romance that is a fairy-tale in some ways and all-too-real in others. There are complications, raw emotions, problems to work through. It was a nice blend of fantasy and reality and as always, the characters are believable, layered, well-rounded. Oh! I adored Greg's father, Bart! He's one of my favories and he turns out to be quite something special, too :) The ending is nothing short of specacular!

    If you enjoy a character driven romance with some great twists and a lot of fun and a big dose of sexy, this book is for you! Recommended, five stars!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 1, 2013

    Personally, I couldn't get into the story at all and bailed on t

    Personally, I couldn't get into the story at all and bailed on the book mid way through. I'm giving it two stars because it is clear that the writing and editing are great, someone who wants to stick with the story would probably enjoy it. For me though, the plot and character development did nothing for me. 

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted July 26, 2013

    The Unfaithful Widow by JS Wilsoncroft is an amazing book about

    The Unfaithful Widow by JS Wilsoncroft is an amazing book about a young housewife who has just lost her husband though a Car Accident. While moarning her husband Darren's death she receives a letter from a Lawyer in New York about some property that her husband purchased. Tess goes to New York with her friend Dawn. Tess finds out that her husband had been leading a double life with a man called Aaron and had 2 children. When they go out for a girls night to wind down from this bombshell Tess meets her real life Prince Greg. If you like love stories, Romance, Then this book really is for you. I loved the way this book kept me engrossed. It make me smile, made me sad, sometimes made me HOT. Made me think of my Love for my wonderful husband. Althought we don't have a real life Prince. My husband is My real life Hero Just like Tess and Greg. Ty for another amazing book to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2012

    This is one romance story that truly touched my heart.

    This is one romance story that truly touched my heart.

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