Book Reviews of Wicked Widow

Wicked Widow
Wicked Widow
Author: Amanda Quick
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ISBN-13: 9780553526820
ISBN-10: 0553526820
Publication Date: 4/4/2000
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.

2.8 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Random House Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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keeps you on the edge till the end
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A very good read with a mystery to the story. Great characters.
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A haunting, a murder, a romance.
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good read
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Madeline and Artemas story were thrilling to read and the mystery storyline as well. I was not expecting the "who" behind the mystery at all. Very clever from the author.
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One of my first Amanda Quick books and I loved it. Can't wait to read the rest of them.
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Award-winning author Amanda Quick weaves a tale of a man and a woman who understand just what it means to be haunted. Artemis Hunt, the mysterious master of a secret society, has been obsessed by the knowledge that he was unable to protect his mistress from a brutal death, and has spent the last five years plotting her revenge. Madeline Reed Deveridge, known as the infamous Wicked Widow by polite society, is rumored to have murdered her husband. But now Madeline is afraid that her dead spouse has returned from beyond the grave to terrorize her. In fear for her life and that of her beloved aunt, Madeline blackmails Artemis into aiding her by threatening to expose his ownership of the Dream Pavilions, London's premier pleasure garden--an association, if revealed, that would destroy his reputation and put his long-held plans of vengeance at serious risk. The two are drawn together at first by necessity, but Artemis soon finds himself intrigued then intoxicated by the confident woman known as the Wicked Widow. Madeline, who is inclined to distrust men after her disastrous marriage, falls prey to the unfamiliar feelings Artemis inspires in her. Their burgeoning passion may save them each from an empty future--if their secrets don't kill them first.
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A great mystery and romance. Kept me on the edge of my seat until the end.
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Liked the story line ,grabbed me from the first page. Main characters were well done,perfect foil for each other. This book started me on an Amanda Quick reading quest.
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Not as good as the previous ones.
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Another great one by Amanda Quick. Always an easy enjoyable read.
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This was a good audio cassette. Amanda Quick (aka Jayne Ann Krentz) knows how to write a good romance.
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Good. He is seeking revenge and she is haunted by her dead husband.
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Start when you can read for a while, you won't want to put down. Great storyline again from Amanda Quick.
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Good read.
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Very enjoyable
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Madeline may have sent her husband into the next world but is he haunting her? Artemas is black mailed into helping her discover the truth. What next?
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Did Madeline murder her husband, then conceal her crime. Is her late husband haunting her? A witty and intriguing tale of a woman who allies herself with reclusive Artemas Hunt in a search for a calculating killer- or ghost.
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Madeline Deveridge is all too aware of the whispers behind her back, the rumours that she dispatched her husband to the next world and concealed her crime. But now she is being haunted by the ghost of her late husband.