A Mackenzie Family Christmas: The Perfect Gift (Highland Pleasures, #4.5)
Revisit the Mackenzies in this heartwarming Christmas tale. Book 4.5 of the New York Times bestselling Mackenzies / Highland Pleasures Series, this short novel has fifteen chapters, 43,000 words.The Mackenzies gather for a clan Christmas and Hogmanay in Scotland. In the chaos of preparations for... show more
Revisit the Mackenzies in this heartwarming Christmas tale. Book 4.5 of the New York Times bestselling Mackenzies / Highland Pleasures Series, this short novel has fifteen chapters, 43,000 words.The Mackenzies gather for a clan Christmas and Hogmanay in Scotland. In the chaos of preparations for the celebration--the first of Hart and Eleanor's married life--one of Ian's Ming bowls gets broken, and the family scrambles to save the day. Daniel busily runs a betting ring for everything from the hour Eleanor's baby will arrive, to whether Mac's former-pugilist valet can win a boxing match. Ian begins a new obsession, and Beth fears that the loss of one of his precious bowls has made him withdraw once more into his private world.Events take place after the close of The Duke's Perfect Wife (before the Epilogue).
Publish date: December 13th 2012
Publisher: JA / AG Publishing
Pages no: 203
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Short Stories
, Victorian Romance
Series: Highland Pleasures (#4)
Mackenzie Family Christmas: The Perfect Gift by Jennifer Ashley is a fairly short read, a good choice for those with limited time for reading. If you are familiar with the Mackenzie Series, you won't have any trouble with this book. If you aren't familiar, you may have trouble keeping the characte...
This was a very enjoyable, sexy, holiday novella that had SO much crammed into its 165+ pages that it fairly made my head swim! But in a good way. :) All the Mackenzies are here with their wives and their children and the place is rollicking. There are so many instances of sexytimes, all of them ...
A sweetly intimate look into the joys and tribulations the Mackenzie family shared during their time of celebration of both a full out English Christmas, Scottish Hogmany and the long awaited birth of a new member of the family!This was a book filled with romantic interludes between the husbands and...
(wouldn't it be cool if I could record a review without publishing it to my blog?) Judging from other ratings of this book, I must be dead inside. I was bored most of the time. All the characters made an appearance (yes, all of them Isabel and Ainsley and Eleanor and Beth and the 4 big Mack...
What a nice look into the family holidays of the Mackenzies. This novel didn't focus on one couple but really was just like looking in on a bunch of characters you knew once. I actually really liked that. I also liked seeing some secondary characters have some screen time, which only makes me want t...