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Reviewed by Viga Boland for Readers' Favorite
Annie & Charlotte: The Dead Wives of Connor J. Barrington by Irene Woodbury was a sneaky-but-nice surprise! In Annie & Charlotte, just as Roxy is about to walk up the aisle, she learns her fiance was married twice before, and both his young brides, Annie and Charlotte, are long dead and buried! Is the man of her dreams jinxed? Is he a murderer? Is she going to suffer a similar fate? Roxy is not going to wait to find out.
Of course, the romantics amongst us will be eagerly anticipating what will happen next, but the more curious readers will want to know what happened before. And that’s why I stated above that Annie & Charlotte: The Dead Wives of Connor J. Barrington is a sneaky-but-nice surprise. The plot is engrossing, and the characters are realistic, likable, and relatable. Dialogue is plentiful, and the pace fast. The writing style is friendly and enjoyable. Annie and Charlotte’s unusual and unfortunate demises are explained, leaving us just dying (for lack of a better word) to see what will happen to Roxy in Honeymoon Roulette. Irene Woodbury's ending was initially frustrating, but in hindsight, it was really clever marketing. Genius!