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Publisher's Summary

Augustus knows that a wife and family can never be more than a dream for him. His former fiancée made that perfectly clear when she left him before he had even recovered from the surgery to amputate his leg.
Yet, 10 years later he agrees to marry Charlotte when she is left widowed and pregnant on the trail west.
Augustus is immediately taken by the beauty and charm of his new wife. He is even more enchanted by the idea of a child in his home. He assures himself that his missing leg won't matter in their marriage as long as he can keep her away from his heart. And his bed.
Augustus' plan seems to be working until Charlotte gives birth to a stillborn child. In her grief, she begs Augustus to give her the child her heart desires.
Can he let go of his past long enough to put a baby in the womb of the woman he is quickly coming to love?
©2014 Jane B Night (P)2015 Jane B Night
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5 out of 5 stars
By pixledust on 10-16-15

An Unlikely Romance.

Would you listen to Wedding the Widow again? Why?

Yes, it is a well-written and incredibly romantic story.

What other book might you compare Wedding the Widow to and why?

It is similar to Janet Oake's "Love Comes Softly," but much better written. The plots are similar. Both have pregnant widows forced by circumstances to marry strangers. Both are fairly clean. No graphic sex, but lots of romance and longing.

Which character – as performed by Felisha Caldeira – was your favorite?

It is a tie between the two main characters. Augusta is a very likeable, kind, honorable, self-sufficient man whose previous heartbrake make him unattainable. Charlotte is a sweet, kind, unassuming woman who has been dealt a difficult life that she manages with grace. You are cheering for her, because she deserves so much better.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The entire book is moving without being soap-opera like. When Augusta comes for dinner, Charlotte and Augusta's wedding, when Charlotte finds out she is pregnant and she is moving West, when she loses her baby...the entire book is memorable.

Any additional comments?

This is an excellent book that is matched with an excellent performance by Felisha Caldeira. Her voice is perfect for this story. I will be listening to more things by this narrator. I got this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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4 out of 5 stars
By dk.bookworm on 08-24-15

a sweet insight into the old west

Any additional comments?

A sweet and unusual romance giving an insight into the rather bleak lives of unmarried women in the "old West".
When a couple are suddenly thrown together both with rather disapointing, tragic and violent pasts, will they manage to find love?
I enjoyed this short (5 hrs and 46 mins ) tale and found it interesting.
pleasent narration by Felisha Caldeira

I recieved a free copy of this audiobook , in exchange for an unbiased review .

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3 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on 09-09-15

Fairly typical for the genre

Wedding the Widow by Jane B Night

This audiobook was provided by the narrator free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com.

Narrated by Felisha Caldeira.

I found this book fairly typical of the genre in most respects. A nice, sweet romance with no graphic sex scenes or bad language. The characters were likeable, the plot and setting believable and the story flowed well. It's not a particularly fast paced story and there are a fair few flash backs but those are done well enough that I wasn't left confused and wondering what time frame we were in at any point.

There are two love stories intertwined in the book and personally I'd have preferred to have had them split into two separate books so we could have had a bit more detail about each couple. Or perhaps a 2 book series with the details fleshed out a bit more. But both romances were well done and neither was really lacking, I just like a bit more detail about the characters, their lives and how their relationships grow over time.

I thought the narrator was very good. She did a good job of bringing the characters to life and of telling the story in general. Would definitely listen to more by the same narrator as well as reading more by the author.

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