The Widow Wore Plaid

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Pub Date 28 Dec 2021 | Archive Date 07 Jan 2022

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From acclaimed author Jenna Jaxon, the sixth installment in her acclaimed Regency-set Widows' Club series featuring a sisterhood of women finding new happiness and second chance romance after losing their husbands in the Battle of Waterloo.
Perfect for fans of Sarah MacLean, Tessa Dare, and Ella Quinn.
 
 


 


The Battle of Waterloo made them widows, but each has found new happiness. And Jane, Lady John Tarkington, intends to keep her freedom, even if love—and one particular gentleman—are determined to claim her heart…
 
It is a truth rarely acknowledged—at least in public—that a wealthy widow is free to pursue a great many adventures. For two years, Jane has privately enjoyed her independence. Why should she remarry, even when the gentleman proposing is as wonderful as Gareth, Lord Kinellan? She entreats him never to ask her again. But as her Widows’ Club friends—now all joyfully remarried—gather at Castle Kinellan, Jane begins to wonder if stubbornness has led her to make a terrible mistake…
 
Kinellan needs a wife to give him an heir, and he wants that wife to be Jane. They are perfect together in every way, yet she continually refuses him. Just as he is on the point of convincing her, a series of accidents befall Gareth and point to an enemy in their midst. He has promised Jane a passionate future filled with devotion, but can he keep them both alive long enough to secure it?  
 
From acclaimed author Jenna Jaxon, the sixth installment in her acclaimed Regency-set Widows' Club series featuring a sisterhood of women finding new happiness and second chance romance after losing...

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