Widows Weeds by Beth Williamson
The Perfect Score series, Book 2
Loose Id
Erotic Contemporary/Lesbian
ISBN: 978-1-59632-291-2
Reviewed by Talia Ricci



Widow Veronica has not been intimate with anyone since her husband died years ago.  Feeling loneliness down to her bones, Veronica decides to join her friends as a competitor in the local bowling tournament.  Entering the partners contest, Veronica is anxious but hopeful that her partner be an attractive enough man that she could while away a few hours in bed with.  Easier said than done.  Veronica’s tournament partner is a woman and she is attracted to her.  Afraid and a bit dismayed, Veronica doesn’t know what to do.  She only knows that it is time to live again and decides to shed the old Veronica and begin anew.

When I first asked to review Widow Weeds, I was uninformed of its genre.  Happily, I opened the book and began to read.  Realizing what this book was about, I closed it.  Unable to stand the suspense, I opened it again and continued to read even though every button I have in my reviewer body was being pushed.  I can read man love all day every day; woman love?  Not so much.  However, because Widow Weeds was written by Beth Williamson, I continued and I am glad that I did.  So much so that I forgot about the genre, I forgot about the girl love and I concentrated on the story.   What a wonderful tale this turned out to be. 

As usual, Beth Williamson delivered a powerful, emotional story.  Her ability to bring to life characters and storylines that a reader might not usually read often leaves me speechless.  A novel like Widow Weeds is one of the many reasons she is an auto-buy for me. 


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