The Widow and the Orphan by J. Thomas-Like

Pepper Taylor took it on the chin in love and life more times than she cared to count. She has finally found the man of her dreams in Gabriel Seigal, but when he’s diagnosed with a crippling illness, their future comes apart at the seams. As if that isn’t enough, the prospect of an unexpected…

Pepper Taylor took it on the chin in love and life more times than she cared to count. She has finally found the man of her dreams in Gabriel Seigal, but when he’s diagnosed with a crippling illness, their future comes apart at the seams. As if that isn’t enough, the prospect of an unexpected child give their world another spin in the cosmic blender. Can Pepper navigate the overwhelming paths through grief, loss, and unexpected motherhood?

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“Wonderful read”

Five Star Review on AmazonĀ By Bailey Kay

I loved this story from Ms. J Thomas Like. I, unlike some of her other readers, have not read Widow and the Rock Star but did thoroughly enjoy Widow and the Will.

I was slightly concerned I wouldn’t be able to follow the story since it is a follow up to the author’s freshman novel but I was pleasantly surprised that it flowed perfectly and I never got lost.

My heart goes out to the characters for the duress they endured during this Widow tale. J Thomas Like is a master at describing the process of grief and the turmoil that one goes through when thrust into such a situation.

Well done!

About the Author

J. Thomas-Like is a writer born and raised in Michigan. She lives with her darling husband, brilliant son, a passel of cats, and a dog. She began writing at an early age and fully intended on making a career as a writer. Unfortunately, life got in the way. Now, after almost forty years, she is spending her days making her dreams come true, one story at a time. The Widow and the Rock Star is her debut novel followed by The Widow and the Will. Her third widow tale, The Widow and the Orphan, is the much anticipated follow-up to The Widow and the Rock Star.

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