Review: Winter’s Widow by Scarlett Scott

Title: Winter’s Widow

Author: Scarlett Scott

Series: The Wicked Winters #12

Genre: Historical

Pages: 196

3 stars - I liked it
3 stars – I liked it

Demon Winter has taken over running his sister Genevieve’s gambling establishment for ladies. Everything is going smoothly until one beautiful woman asks him for a night of passion. 

Another Winter sibling falls in love! I really enjoyed Demon and Mirabel’s story. These two had instant chemistry that was hot! Mirabel was a surprisingly great heroine. She was a wonderful mother who went out of her way to be a part of her kids’ lives instead of having others raise them. Also for a woman who was in an abusive arranged marriage, she really comes out of her shell quickly and I liked that because sometimes you just need to be with the right person to heal. 

Demon was a protective man who fell hard for Mira. I adored how he handled meeting her children and being a part of her life. I really love how he took Davy under his wing and treated him like a son. It was great. Also I should note that there is a ten year age gap between them and I loved that Mira was the older one. 

Overall, this was another great Winter romance. I can’t wait to read the next book and see Gavin fall in love. 

Trigger Warnings: references to domestic abuse


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1 Wicked in Winter
#2 Wedded in Winter
#3 Wanton in Winter
#3.5 Wishes in Winter
#4 Willful in Winter
#5 Wagered in Winter
#6 Wild in Winter
#7 Wooed in Winter
#8 Winter’s Wallflower
#9 Winter’s Woman
#10 Winter’s Whispers
#11 Winter’s Waltz

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