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When Clue Forester leaves Eris Space Station behind to live on a distant Earth settlement on the planet Cassini, she discovers a new reality of troublesome mononoke, beautiful ocean spirits, and vengeful demons who attempt to use her for their own purposes. However, a powerful Okami rules the city of Scorpius and may be Clue’s only hope if she is to survive long enough to When Clue Forester leaves Eris Space Station behind to live on a distant Earth settlement on the planet Cassini, she discovers a new reality of troublesome mononoke, beautiful ocean spirits, and vengeful demons who attempt to use her for their own purposes. However, a powerful Okami rules the city of Scorpius and may be Clue’s only hope if she is to survive long enough to uncover the mystery of her uncle’s demise.


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When Clue Forester leaves Eris Space Station behind to live on a distant Earth settlement on the planet Cassini, she discovers a new reality of troublesome mononoke, beautiful ocean spirits, and vengeful demons who attempt to use her for their own purposes. However, a powerful Okami rules the city of Scorpius and may be Clue’s only hope if she is to survive long enough to When Clue Forester leaves Eris Space Station behind to live on a distant Earth settlement on the planet Cassini, she discovers a new reality of troublesome mononoke, beautiful ocean spirits, and vengeful demons who attempt to use her for their own purposes. However, a powerful Okami rules the city of Scorpius and may be Clue’s only hope if she is to survive long enough to uncover the mystery of her uncle’s demise.

30 review for Clue and The Shrine of the Widowed Bride

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amethyst Stone

    Good!! It was a little strange to start but I got into it. In the beginning the POV changed w/o warning. It was hard to keep straight who was "speaking." Thankfully I have had a little experience with Japanese mythology so it made sense. Overall, I think it was a good book and a well developed story. I really hope she writes more!! Good!! It was a little strange to start but I got into it. In the beginning the POV changed w/o warning. It was hard to keep straight who was "speaking." Thankfully I have had a little experience with Japanese mythology so it made sense. Overall, I think it was a good book and a well developed story. I really hope she writes more!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    J.G. Remeng

    This is very clever dark mythical romance. It brings a new angle to eastern myths. The setting is oceanic, and the characters don't shy away from the rough and the raw of life. Finished it within two days and the ending introduced a new character that makes you eagerly await what's next... This is very clever dark mythical romance. It brings a new angle to eastern myths. The setting is oceanic, and the characters don't shy away from the rough and the raw of life. Finished it within two days and the ending introduced a new character that makes you eagerly await what's next...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kirstin Lewry

    Great read I've enjoyed every book this author has written and this book is no different. I love the storyline and the way you get sucked into her world and what's happening. Really great read Great read I've enjoyed every book this author has written and this book is no different. I love the storyline and the way you get sucked into her world and what's happening. Really great read

  4. 4 out of 5

    Amber Hamblin

    Fantasy galore! Can I say WOW! There's action, romance, fantasy, and drama! Clue is a very determined chick and she isn't afraid to do what she knows needs done! Bunch of hot guys to go along with this book! Fantasy galore! Can I say WOW! There's action, romance, fantasy, and drama! Clue is a very determined chick and she isn't afraid to do what she knows needs done! Bunch of hot guys to go along with this book!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bea S.B.

    Just finished reading this book at work (such a naughty girl) and I had to write this review straight away. It hurts my soul to give such a low rate. If you track my reading record, you’ll see how hard it’s for me to rate below 3 stars. Seriously, I can always find something to enjoy in a book, could be the plot, characters or worldbuilding. Anything really. Saying that, I can totally assure you that there was nothing for me in here and since my opinion is a clear minority, I’d tell you to read i Just finished reading this book at work (such a naughty girl) and I had to write this review straight away. It hurts my soul to give such a low rate. If you track my reading record, you’ll see how hard it’s for me to rate below 3 stars. Seriously, I can always find something to enjoy in a book, could be the plot, characters or worldbuilding. Anything really. Saying that, I can totally assure you that there was nothing for me in here and since my opinion is a clear minority, I’d tell you to read it anyway. I’d rather believe there was no chemistry between me and this book, thn accept the fact that it was just bad. Like really bad. PLOT The authenticity of this author really caught me at first, but the writing didn’t work for me. It was confusing from the beginning and the lack of details put me off straight away. I was bored out of my mind from chapter 3, but all the good reviews made me keep going. Not worth it. Weird events happen to the heroine, with no further explanation, like a major coincidence. She’s walking at the beach and BAM, goddess from the sea in your face. Everything just felt forced and poorly executed. The storyline was all over the place and I just felt something was missing. WORLDBUILDING Worldbuilding is ALSO lacking. The world could have been extremely interesting, and I’d love if the author actually gave it a chance to develop even a little bit of my imagination. The world was vaguely described in the first 2 pages of the book. Yep. That was it. Why are people living in a Space Station? Is it normal? Where is it exactly? Why’s Scorpius’ prone to magic? The characters seem to believe that the culture, climate and environment of Eris is very different from other places, care to elaborate? Apparently our MC is from the Eris Space Station. Where it is, how far to her current location or ANY MINIMAL DETAIL is left out. Then she moves to a new…country, planet? (Well, we also don’t know) called Cassini. The heroine is also a lonely wolf, she’s got no family, since her mother’s passed away one year ago, and no friends either. Her life’s just as miserable as it comes. After one year studying in a small college, nothing changes, she moves to a different city without a second thought. No goodbyes to a dear friend or even an acquaintance. There’s no feeling towards that place, like she didn’t have a life before arriving in the city where the story actually happens. Okay, so we get to Scorpius, a city “several hours” away from her previous home. How far is it? We don’t know either. Is it in the north, or east? Again, no idea. Later on we discover it’s by the ocean, but if it’s a small town or a full-on busy New York city look alike we’ve no clue. CHARACTERS I didn’t see any character development the entire book. They were all one dimensional, hence why I couldn’t sympathise with none of them. The heroine was a doormat, who couldn’t make any simple decision when it came to shirtless guys kissing her without permission. Clue: that’s our main character and pretty bleh. The only good thing I can actually say about her is that she runs away from people when situation gets pretty heavy, other than that, she could probably be a fridge and it wouldn’t make any difference. She meets a guy on the street, “pre-dawn” as the author describes, and accept a lift from him, a stranger. Right on. Than another guy, she doesn’t know the name, tells her “you’re a gonna be my future wife”, she blushes, says nothing, he kisses her, they hold hands, and that’s it. Instant love. There’s no argument from our heroine. No no.. She loves him forever and ever without a proper conversation. If you’re reading this review and you got to this point, let me ask you. Are you married? Would you marry someone you just met? After like...days? If your answer is yes, I’ve got a few things to tell ya: marriage’s no flower my love bird. All the other characters: Seriously, the only person with a slight background story was Mrs. Stone (cute lady that one, and loved her little love tree story). All the others’ only purpose were to fill the blank and fall in love with the MC. The romance between Clue and the little wolf shifter felt just wrong and unbelievable. There was more “tell than show” in their relationship. Like they stayed together in a room for three days. What did they talk about? Why are they so grossely in love with each other after that? Are they compatible? Anyway, I’m not saying every book should’ve a slow-burn romance, insta-love is totally unacceptable for me though. I really tried to like this book, but maybe it wasn’t for me. Anyway I gotta go back to work, if I have the time I can review my review later. K

  6. 4 out of 5

    OneDayI'll

    Spirited fun Clue is a mystery. Her mom worked on a space station as a lady of the evening and she has no clue who her father is. Hence her name. Her mom also has no clue who have her a wasting disease. But after her mom's passing she does as she promised and leaves for Cassini. She goes off to train to become a Protect and Serve member. But after completing 1 semester runs out of funds. Receiving a notice about a passing uncle leaves her a place to live, rent free. But what she finds there sense Spirited fun Clue is a mystery. Her mom worked on a space station as a lady of the evening and she has no clue who her father is. Hence her name. Her mom also has no clue who have her a wasting disease. But after her mom's passing she does as she promised and leaves for Cassini. She goes off to train to become a Protect and Serve member. But after completing 1 semester runs out of funds. Receiving a notice about a passing uncle leaves her a place to live, rent free. But what she finds there sense her on another mystery. Who was he? Why are there secret rooms in his house? And what is she going to do with all the stolen items she just found in his basement?? Spoilers ahead. The newest release has me rereading these delights. I somehow managed to power through them without reviewing any of them. I had forgotten how much fun they were. If you've read her Merchant series and Wendigo, you'll have an understanding of her writing style, which is very much stream of consciousness. Clue is much like Teagan in that she is quiet and withdrawn until engaged. She is 17, and while raised by a prostitute, remains very sheltered. Bullied and put down, but protected heavily by her mom and the other ladies. Suddenly being on her own, on a planet, with mysteries popping up left and right, is jarring. But the fun doesn't stop. We meet a whole cast of unusual characters straight out of folklore. There's a romantic element present, for all her young naivety, too. But, although 3 men vie for her affection, this is a MF, not an RH. But it isn't a drama filled dithering, it's more of a wooing, complete with flowers and notes. I love the supernatural elements, the connection to the Merchant series, and little reminders of her Wendigo woven throughout. The editing is always spot on and a lot of humor sprinkled on the pages.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Margaux Espinosa

    This world is Epic! Fantastic, just utterly fantastic. Clue is absolutely amazing, she's a woman that can take care of herself in some tough situations, has seen and expo far too much for her actual age and yet, she is childlike in so many ways. The men vying for her attentions are pretty ridiculous, except her wolf, I liked him a lot. The world that Wendie Nordgren created here is absolutely one of a kind and completely fantastic! The detail, the different species, inhabitants or whatever, are f This world is Epic! Fantastic, just utterly fantastic. Clue is absolutely amazing, she's a woman that can take care of herself in some tough situations, has seen and expo far too much for her actual age and yet, she is childlike in so many ways. The men vying for her attentions are pretty ridiculous, except her wolf, I liked him a lot. The world that Wendie Nordgren created here is absolutely one of a kind and completely fantastic! The detail, the different species, inhabitants or whatever, are fascinating and complex. The story arc is fun, funny, steamy and fraught with sexual tension, and not stop action. Clue is trying to solve a mystery and finds herself in something so much more than she expected. I highly recommend this book and many other works by Wendie Nordgren, she is an amazingly talented author with several different series published.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tommy J Broussard

    She is an awesome writer I didn’t expect to like this book because I don’t like mysteries but I know the writers other series of books and they are good I read that series 7 times, so I was hoping she had repeated the magic that captured my imagination with this series and she has. I love this book and I can’t wait to read the rest of the books in this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Addicted2Books

    I'm getting "Clue's" story! So far I have enjoyed everything I gave read from this author.The world she has built is interesting. In this first Clue book we get a closer look at Cassini. I am going to enjoy the next book tonight. I'm getting "Clue's" story! So far I have enjoyed everything I gave read from this author.The world she has built is interesting. In this first Clue book we get a closer look at Cassini. I am going to enjoy the next book tonight.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Jones

    Interesting book I thought this was a good book. I like the fantasy element of the book. Clue is quite the character. Looking forward to more.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Noble

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathrine

  13. 4 out of 5

    Christina

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  15. 4 out of 5

    Pickyreader

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nadine

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lesley

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  19. 5 out of 5

    Stacyjanelle

  20. 4 out of 5

    Alyrica

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karli

  22. 5 out of 5

    Carla

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alice

  24. 5 out of 5

    Talltree

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Diggs

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kate

  27. 5 out of 5

    Liz

  28. 5 out of 5

    ACHILLE Marie Line

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brandon

  30. 4 out of 5

    CNDawn

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