Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 12/03/17 To Woo A Wicked Widow ~ A Meeting to Remember


This week, to celebrate my receipt of ARC copies of my upcoming release To Woo A Wicked Widow, I’m sharing another snippet from this Regency romance.


 I’m sharing the scene, at a ball, where Charlotte meets Nash, the Earl of Wrotham. As meet cutes go, it’s pretty cute. 🙂 We are in Nash’s POV.

(Creative punctuation utilized to conform to WWW rules.)

Lady Cavendish stepped forward quickly, a smile curling her lips. “I am pleased to meet you, my lord.” Her eyes widened, her gait faltered, then she pitched forward with a little cry, arms flailing.

Reflexes honed from years in the Navy, Nash stepped in neatly, catching her under her arms. She landed with a thump against his chest, sending a whiff of jasmine all around him and a thrill of lust straight to his loins. He paused, savoring the soft body pressed against him, the shining hair brushing his chin. With regret, he got himself under control and reluctantly set her on her feet.

Her neck and face had flushed, turning the color of the deep red roses that adorned the terraces at Wrotham Hall. She kept her eyes downcast and stepped back.

“The pleasure is certainly all mine, my lady.” 

BLURB for To Woo A Wicked Widow:

The war years are behind them. 
The future is before them.
And one by one, the widows of Lyttlefield Park are getting restless . . .
Lady Charlotte Cavendish is still the spirited girl who tried to elope in the name of love. That dream was thwarted by her father who trapped her into a loveless, passionless marriage. But now widowed, Charlotte is free to reenter the giddy world of the ton—and pursue her desires. For hardly your typical widow, she remains innocent to the pleasures of the flesh. Yet her life is finally her own, and she intends to keep it that way . . .

Nash, the twelfth Earl of Wrotham, is beguiled by Charlotte at first sight—and the feeling is mutual. When he receives her intriguing invitation to a house party, the marriage-minded lord plans to further their acquaintance. But even he cannot sway her aversion to matrimony, and only with great restraint does he resist her most tempting offer. For unbeknownst to Charlotte, the misadventures of the past are revisiting them both, and bedding her could cost him everything—or give him everything he ever wanted . . .

Available for pre-order at Amazon. 

If you would like an ARC copy of To Woo A Wicked Widow, please contact me at 1jennajaxon@gmail.com. I’d love to share it with you!

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10 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 12/03/17 To Woo A Wicked Widow ~ A Meeting to Remember

  1. Pingback: Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 01/07/18 To Woo A Wicked Widow ~ A Gentleman’s Service | Jenna Jaxon Romance–because passion is timeless.

  2. Diane Burton says:

    Cute meet. LOL Nothing like falling for him. Good snippet.


  3. Gotta love those klutzy moments… 😉


  4. Wonderfully descriptive. Great snippet!


  5. Nice way to meet! I loved all the description, so well done – terrific excerpt…

    Liked by 1 person

  6. daryldevore says:

    lol – I bet the pleasure was all his 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  7. This is just deliciously descriptive!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Author Jessica E. Subject says:

    Such a cute yet embarrassing moment. I love it! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Ed Hoornaert says:

    Throwing herself at a man, literally. Tsk, tsk. She should be ashamed of herself!

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Carrie-Anne says:

    I love the visual and tactile pictures you paint. It sounds like the pleasures are only just beginning, even if she’s resisting remarriage.

    Liked by 1 person

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