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The Replacement WifeUser Review - Book Verdict
Chloe Brooks is vexed that Atlanta multimillionaire widower Quentin Chambers has strung her along for five years. A true gold digger, Chloe has given it her best shot at the elusive wedding ring, starting by thrusting her surgically enhanced bosom in Quentin's face during his wife's funeral. Quentin is further distracted by Montana Ellis, the new nanny for his five children, who brings a Mary Poppins sweetness to the depressed household. Chloe realizes the power of a black lace teddy that allows her to spend Quentin's cash for Louis Vuitton bags and Louboutin heels. On the other hand Montana knows her way around a kitchen and encourages Quentin's children to joyfully sing church songs. These two women have no hope of coexisting in Quentin's world but his replacement wife decision is put on hold when out of desperation, Chloe concocts a nasty scheme to smear Montana.VERDICT Strong messages about the power of faith, church, and prayer carry this rags-to-riches romance with a definite fairy tale vibe. Savvy librarians will recommend this gentle read to patrons who are also dedicated church ladies.
Review: The Replacement WifeUser Review - Goodreads
The Replacement Wife by Tiffany L. Warren The best choice. This is the story of Quentin Chambers who lost his wife, Chandra five years prior and had not returned to a church since that time. Quentin ...