Invasion of the Widows' Club

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Center Point Large Print, 2008 - Fiction - 335 pages
21 Reviews
Will the Widows' Club end before it even gets off the ground? Valentine Denay a widow of several years still feels an allegiance to her deceased husband and is hesitant to move forward with her life. She has found a new love in Robert Chase but her heart is still rooted in the past. Robert is a patient man but will he ever get his Valentine to say "I do" or will they both miss a second chance at happiness?

When Diamond Janson moves into Val's Nashville neighborhood she's readily accepted into the fledgling Widows' Club. But soon peculiar events prompt Val to suspect that all is not what it seems. Will the mysteries be solved before there's one less member of the club?

The Widows' Club will have you laughing out loud one minute and grabbing for the Kleenex the next. Delight in the troupe of widowed girlfriends' antics and victories as life takes them on one emotional roller-coaster ride after another. JOYCE LIVINGSTON who lost her husband in 2004 writes about women who must learn to navigate the ups and downs of life alone.

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User Review  - Maggie -

I am a young widow so this was one of reasons the book appealed to me. It met all my expections . It made me think of times I am experiencing now and how the world expects us to jump into bed with the first guy we start dating. I like the book also because I am a red hatter Very good read Read full review

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User Review  - Judy - Goodreads

Delightful book about a few widows that get together and console one another. As time progresses they are ready to move forward w/their lives and love again. Incredible stories of the support women ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Joyce Livingston loves to write and feels writing inspirational romance is her God-given ministry. A wife, mother, grandmother, and former television broadcaster, she has many life experiences from which to draw. With well over twenty books in print and more contracted and in the writing stage, Joyce writes full time.

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