The Mischief of the Mistletoe
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Pink Carnation (#7)
Just when I was starting to lose hope with the Pink Carnation series a book challenge prompted me to read this one. I’m glad it did because I enjoyed it and it restored my hope a little.While the book is listed as book #7 in the series, this is not true. It’s actually 4.5 in the series. Some of the ...
This is close to being my favorite in the series.
Christmas Pudding★★★★½ Loved this one! Such fun to finally have a story about the charming, lovable, bumbling, dimwitted (?) Reginald “Turnip” Fitzhugh. I knew it was going to be good when his sister suggested he throw the Christmas pudding he’d received and he hefted it from hand to hand to gauge...
Verdict: even sillier than normal for this series. On the plus side, I did not hate either of the romantic protagonists, as is so often the case. Most of the leads from her other books wandered pointlessly through the story to remind me of how forgettable they were. The only ones I found memorably h...
First read from December 05 to 11, 2010; Reread December 11 to 25, 2011. Oh my gosh...what a fun and delightful book! I can see this book becoming a yearly holiday read, that is, if I can hold out and only read it once a year. I was that charmed by it. Turnip Fitzhugh has been one of my favor...
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