Author: J.S. Wilsoncroft
Source: eARC for review from author
Publish date: April 25th, 2012
After nearly twenty years of marriage to her high school sweetheart, Tess Malone thought she married the perfect guy. When Darren dies in a horrific car accident, Tess soon learns that her marriage wasn't so perfect after all. On an unexpected trip to New York, she discovers that her late husband had been living a double life. Bitter and heartbroken, Tess and her best friend hit the clubs in NY, where she literally falls into the arms of a young prince charmer name Greg Thomas. Will Greg's charming, seductive smiles and romantic French quotes be enough to open her heart to love again? Or will he, too, shatter what is left of it?
You know Murphy's Law 'If anything can go wrong, it will?' Well that's Tess' life. Just when she thought that losing her husband of almost twenty years, the only man she had ever been with, would be her breaking point, she learns of his indiscretion. And it nearly kills her. Anger and revenge may be Tess’ downfall *Enter Prince Charming* At the most prefect time, Greg enters her life and she is experiencing feelings she never felt with Darren. But Murphy's Law makes another appearance and Tess believes she has had all she can take in the department of losing loved ones.
I knew, I knew, I just knew I would love this book after reading Wilsoncroft’s short story, Remembering Zane. And I was so right. I inhaled this one 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 so perfectly.
I love the high a good book brings on, and The Unfaithful Widow kept that high going long after the book was over. Read it and let me know what you think. Raise your hand when you’re done and tell me you would love to see more of these fun, amazing characters. I know I do. I love when average people get the fairy tale. And, in my opinion, Wilsoncroft wrote a perfect love story.