The Widow's Window

The Widow s Window And he thought playing peekaboo with the boss was just for kicks Madysen Collins needs help Her husband has been killed fighting a fire her all grown up daughter has gone off to college and the deta

  • Title: The Widow's Window
  • Author: Christi Williams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • And he thought playing peekaboo with the boss was just for kicks.Madysen Collins needs help Her husband has been killed fighting a fire, her all grown up daughter has gone off to college, and the details of running a historic ranch are constantly piling up on her Not used to being anything resembling a lady in distress, Madysen is shocked to discover she s begun lookingAnd he thought playing peekaboo with the boss was just for kicks.Madysen Collins needs help Her husband has been killed fighting a fire, her all grown up daughter has gone off to college, and the details of running a historic ranch are constantly piling up on her Not used to being anything resembling a lady in distress, Madysen is shocked to discover she s begun looking at handsome Antonio Marquez as a knight who doesn t need armor to shine than her immigrant ranch hand As things progress to too hot to handle between them, Madysen worries whether Antonio is capable of handling her secret Little does she suspect that Tony has deep secrets of his own Toss in Madysen s recently divorced and remarried brother who shows up wanting to move back to the historic family ranch, the question of whether Madysen s daughter can handle her mom s burgeoning relationship with the hired man, as well as the sudden appearance in Tony s life of a surprise from his past, and the situation at the formerly peaceful Wyoming valley ranch threatens to blow up.

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    1. Not anything any wife wants to face. Not what you want to deal with on a daily basis. But yet are you strong enough Can you These are the questions I asked myself while reading this book. This is a new to me author who has so much talent. A real down home story and characters that will latch on to your heart!*Received for an honest review*

    2. The Widow's WindowMadysen Collins is lost. She lost the love of her life when her husband died. Her daughter is grown and off to college and now she has to run her family's ranch by herself. She is determined to make a good life for herself, even if that means handling everything by herself. She has a brother that should be home helping her run the family business but he's to busy worrying about his own life than to help her. She is forced to hire someone to help her keep the ranch operational. [...]

    3. Favorite Quotes:“Only now she felt herself coming alive again. Now she was coming back to herself, and found she was already wanting to play with fire.”“Lydia was a good baby, but she had her moments when nothing would do but getting her own way. Maybe that was why Madysen liked her so much: they were two of a kind.”My Review:A lonely and relatively young widow living on an isolated ranch has begun to surface from her grief after losing her husband over a year ago in a fire. She has star [...]

    4. REVIEWER: ABHA2.0 ON THE MASQ SCALEMadysen Collins lost the love of her life, her husband. Her daughter is off at college and now she has to run her family's ranch by herself. She is determined to make a good life for herself, even if that means handling everything by herself. She is forced to hire someone to help her keep the ranch operational. Antonio Marquez has struggled all of his life. He is an immigrant worker that has worked hard to get a green card to stay in this country. Madysen and A [...]

    5. Reader’s enjoying sexy, erotic, and naughty little pleasures will devour this heart- pumping read!Read full review in the 2015 Holiday issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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