[The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel

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The River Widow Free read á 0 Review The River Widow From the bestselling author of The Whiskey Sea comes a stirring novel of a young woman’s survival and liberation during the Great DepressionIn 1937 with flood waters approaching Adah Branch accidentally kills her abusive husband Lester and surrenders his body to the raging. I picked The River Widow as my November Kindle first book because it was marked in the historical fiction genre which is one of my favssadly this book disappointed me It was filled with suspense which I normally enjoy but this story made me uncomfortable and angry And some of it felt too rushed and unrealistic romance developmentand there were times when the dialogue was overly cheesy I literally said out loud gross Did he really just say that Overall it was a uick read and I kept turning the pages out of genuine intrigue but felt let down

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The River Widow

The River Widow Free read á 0 Review The River Widow River only to be swept away herselfSo begins her story of survival return to civilization defense against accusations of murder and the fight to save herself and her stepdaughter Daisy from the clutches of her husband’s notoriously cruel family who have their sights set on. Tarot card reader Adah chooses a better life for herself with Les a widowed rancher with a young daughter Daisy to raise Too bad that it didn t turn out that way her husband was a mean abusive cuss who beat her When the floods came he flew into a rage because she brought their daughter s doll when they escaped Adah fought back with a nearby shovel that changed everything in her life She hit him and he died This is not a spoiler since it is revealed on the back cover What unfolds is Adah s struggle with his suspicious family the police and a handsome stranger who offers her something she s never had security and love But the discovery of Les s dead wife s letters brings Adah the key to a brighter future which come with an impossible choiceRiver Widow is a great mystery adventure and beautiful love story

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The River Widow Free read á 0 Review The River Widow Revenge for Lester’s death Essentially trapped Adah must plan an escapeBut when she develops feelings for the one person essential to her plan’s success she faces a painful choice Will she choose to risk everything saving Daisy or take the new life offered by a loving man. beautiful cover interesting premise but i was disappointed it fell flat for me bc it got a little repetitiveI felt like i was slugging thru the marshes looking for the few flowers that grow in bw the weedsthere were a few spots of good writing but it got bogged down moved too slow and once i figured out the family secretmystery i got bored also alot of the characters weren t nice so it was hard to read about their treatment of Adahwhile the ending was justified it didn t have enough closure for mei did like that it was a historical taking place during the depression which isn t something you see often


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    Ann Howard Creel É 0 Download Read Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Ann Howard Creel [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel OkayIt was between 3 stars and 4 stars Few reasons for 3 stars repetitive with the main character background it seems odd that she would be so in shock of her in law's behavior 🇺🇸🐾

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    Review The River Widow [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel I picked The River Widow as my November Kindle first book because it was marked in the historical fiction genre which is one of my favssadly this book disappointed me It was filled with suspense which I normally enjoy but this story made me uncomfortable and angry And some of it felt too rushed and unrealistic romance deve

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    Review The River Widow Ann Howard Creel É 0 Download [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel River Widow and so much Normally my pick of the Kindle First books would be the thriller or the suspense choice but being I had read Ann Howard Creel before I went with the historical fiction choice The book I had read before was While You Were Mine and I enjoyed it immenselyThis book is set in time during the Great Depression the main character Adah had a very hard life from her early teens but yet she just

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    Review The River Widow [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel This book had a lot of promise but it fell flat for me The characters were all confused Their character traits and original personalities were abandoned to fit the narrative of the story The author left nothing to the imagination spelling out every detail including Adah's every inner thought which all happened to be in the form of uestions for some reason What was up with that? There were literally paragraphs full of obvious uestions that w

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    [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel Ann Howard Creel É 0 Download Read Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Ann Howard Creel The Branch family are all bullies liars and cheats and Adah Branch wife of Lester had been beaten kicked bruised and bloodied by his hand It’s early 20th century in Paducah Ky and the area flooded Lester went m

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    [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel Tarot card reader Adah chooses a better life for herself with Les a widowed rancher with a young daughter Daisy to raise Too bad that it didn't turn out that way her husband was a mean abusive cuss who beat her When the floods came he flew into a rage because she brought their daughter's doll when they escaped Adah fought back with a nearby shovel that changed everything in her life She hit him and he died This is not a spoiler

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    [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel 35Over the course of her life she had learned that people could hold inside the brightest peaks and the darkest pits and t

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    Review The River Widow Ann Howard Creel É 0 Download Read Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Ann Howard Creel This book was like a well of darkness Adah and Les are trying to save livestock and belongings from their home while it is raining and the river is flooding Les is abusive and even though they are in a precarious situation Les still finds some time to start beating the snot out of her But today Adah can't stand it She picks up a shovel and kills him That was not her intention but she throws his body in the river She wants to make a run fo

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    [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel Read Ø PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Ann Howard Creel Ann Howard Creel É 0 Download beautiful cover interesting premise but i was disappointed it fell flat for me bc it got a little repetitiveI felt like i was slugging thru the marshes looking for the few flowers that grow in bw the weedsthere were a few spots of good writing but it got bogged down moved too slow and once i figured out the family secretmystery i got bored also alot of the characters weren't nice so it was hard to read about their treat

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    [The River Widow] E–pub Ò Ann Howard Creel This writing was really pretty bad Adah's inner monologues were super repetitive to the point I thought I was re reading a page unintentionally The dialogue was rough and the parts that were supposed to be super poetic betwe

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  • Kindle Edition
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  • The River Widow
  • Ann Howard Creel
  • English
  • 14 January 2020
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