The Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie & Rebecca E. McEwen – Review by Liz Vrchota

The Widow: A Dark Romantic FantasyThe Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was pretty excited to sit down and read The Widow, and I had high expectations. The best news is they were all met well beyond what I could have ever wanted. This is such a great short dark romance that I found myself engrossed from page one until the very last well into the night when I should have been in bed. The lack of sleep hangover the next day was so incredibly worth it though. I am anxious to see if we will get more dark romances from Naomi Valkyrie and Rebecca E McEwen in the future because I think these two have found quite a niche here. The concept was a bit different and new so the story was fresh and I never found myself bored. We meet Vashti as she is a widow who thinks she is ready to find love again. When she begins things with Absalom you wonder if things will be smooth sailing and do get off to a nice start. When a friend comes into play and stirs up trouble for the couple things get super interesting. I loved this book and I can’t’ wait to get my hands on more!

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