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Reviewed by Karen Pirnot for Readers' Favorite
Tiffany Warren's latest romance novel The Replacement Wife is chock full of characters that are right out of a movie script. We meet Quentin, a handsome man who is dating Chloe - who is out to get Quentin's money by befriending him following the death of Quentin's wife. Their relationship has now spanned five years and Quentin is tired of a relationship that has "fringe benefits" but no real quality. When Quentin's mother Estelle hires a nanny for Quentin's five children, Chloe begins to take a back seat and Quentin's obvious interest in the nanny Montana has Chloe scampering to save a relationship she had hoped would lead to marriage.
I found the children quite delightful. The oldest boy, named Reese, appears to be a wandering soul who finally gets into enough trouble to need his father Quentin. The oldest girl, Deirdre, has "issues" with men but the twins and the youngest girl seem to have clear heads on their shoulders, despite the trauma of losing their mother. Chloe's lack of character, combined with the sterling qualities of her nemesis Montana, make for an ongoing story of deception and personality growth.
There's a lot of culture and religion in the book and it is woven well into the storyline. Warren makes her characters believable so that readers can either love or hate them. The growth of Quentin is a delight. Many readers will relate to the sense of loss coupled with the demands of those who are left behind. The Replacement Wife is an enjoyable read and fans of Tiffany Warren will eat it up!