The Wanton Widow - A Regency Novella

The Wanton Widow - A Regency Novella

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by Caylen McQueen
     
 
Wilomena "Willow" Worthington isn't your average widow. She wears breeches, gambles, shoots rifles... and even smokes the occasional cigar. When Philip Boulstridge, the Earl of Mowbray, asks her to be his mistress, Willow accepts. As she is hardly a chaste young miss, what does she have to lose?

Edward Harcourt isn't a gentleman worthy of note. He has no

Overview

Wilomena "Willow" Worthington isn't your average widow. She wears breeches, gambles, shoots rifles... and even smokes the occasional cigar. When Philip Boulstridge, the Earl of Mowbray, asks her to be his mistress, Willow accepts. As she is hardly a chaste young miss, what does she have to lose?

Edward Harcourt isn't a gentleman worthy of note. He has no title, no fortune, nor is he particularly handsome. To make matters worse, he has a terrible stutter that cripples his speech. Unless he can overcome his shyness and express himself properly, he has no hope of wooing Jane Abrahms, the woman of his dreams.

Upon meeting Edward, the widow decides to take the hopeless young man under her wing. With Willow's guidance, Edward can become the man he has always wanted to be.

...But at what cost?

Sensuality Level: Mild
Word Count: 25,000

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013559219
Publisher:
Caylen McQueen
Publication date:
11/13/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
528,230
File size:
235 KB

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The Wanton Widow - A Regency Novella 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A widow who wants to live life on her terms becomes mistress to her brother's friend, but soon meets her lover's gawky friend who stammers and has a crush on a pure young debutante. When the widow decides to help the young man win his lady love, she soon finds that it is her own heart in peril to the young gentleman.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wasn't sure I would like this book and almost didn't get it. I am glad i did because it was a good read that leads nicely into book 2 of the series.
frenchie4 More than 1 year ago
Perfect length, perfect hero and heroine, great ending
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
187 pages. Not the same old same old.
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