A Christmas Gone Perfectly Wrong: A Blackshear Family novella
Publish date: 2014-12-04
Publisher: Cecilia Grant
Pages no: 188
Edition language: English
The first of my Christmas reads and it was charming. I found myself smiling much of the way through the story, even when I wanted to pinch the hero, the so very bound-by-duty Andrew Blackshear, who is the eldest of the family and so very, very, very proper. *LOL*Our heroine, Lucy Sharp was born to...
It's hard to point out what I did or didn't like about this book. I did love how self-aware the hero was and how he took responsibility for himself and his actions. I enjoyed Ms. Grant's voice, though her prose proved difficult for me to read at times. I had a hard time figuring out who was talking....
I've read a large number of Christmas-themed Regency novellas, a number of them recently published where Christmas is just incidental background to a stock "Regency-style" love story. This story is not like that at all and with the possible exception of one or two by Mary Balogh, I don't think I've ...