The Widows' Club
Valentine Denay seems to have it all in finances and nice possessions--the only thing missing is her husband, Carter. Can she find a way to fill the aching void he left behind? She has already opened her house each morning for coffee with two other widows in the cul-de-sac. But when a new widow in the neighborhood, a church fundraising project, and a pregnant soldier's wife all come knocking at the door to her heart of compassion, can Val keep her wits about her? Or will the princess of the cul-de-sac fall from her lofty perch when pulled into a romance triangle?
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