Even though it's been so long since i last wrote one. There's nothing better than that. The upper passes would certainly be blocked. His paranoia seemed a bit farfetched and her quick turnabout from spinsterhood was just too convenient. All have the heroine meeting a stranger of sorts in and around Christmas. Let me make you known to our unexpected guest.
This time, however, I enjoyed every story in the book. Wretched girl, always disappearing, Roger Selby grumbled. As the once-disgraced Lord Allenton returns home from India to take up his duties as the new Viscount, he gets caught in a winter snowstorm, is robbed by a young rapscallion, and must take shelter at the home of Lord Selby—a thoroughly despicable character. Mainly because it was so expected of what you think a Christmas story would be. And after fifteen agonizingly slow minutes the lights grew steady and close.
When Sparks Fly School for Heiresses 4. Somehow Julia London was able to write her chattiness in a way that was almost endearing. This was the longest and most robust story at 135 pages. Snowy Night with a Highlander by Julia London Guilt, grief and remorse drive this survivor of a fire. While the characters and conflict were superb, I felt that the ending was rushed. The gig remained where it was.
With all anthologies the author only has a limited amount of pages to tell the story so it's not uncommon for the hero and heroine to get together after only knowing each other for a few days. It even beat out the tortured hero one. For her part, Fiona has a sparkling personality that I found endearing, but there were a few times her personality went towards the pushy side. Baron Martin Thorncliff is a misunderstood scientist who still suffers guilt from the accidental death of his charismatic older brother. Davis brought over the recharged glass. Of course, her brother is gallivanting about the highlands and Fiona ends up seeking assistance from the one person she never wanted to see again, her girlish crush—Laird Buchanan.
He had kept a pouch with five guineas close to hand for easy distribution at roadside inns. Warm up on a winter's night with three passionate love stories from three shining New York Times bestselling authors! Their story is a sweeter tale about the value of looking beyond rumor and overcoming grief with the help of love. Fifteen minutes later he was ready to join his host. They fit one another perfectly and it was pure joy watching the two of them fall in love. I was a bit disappointed with it, but it was a nice story.
The development of the relationship between Georgie and Ned was very well done. The road from here to Alnwick will be blocked for several days at least. Snowy Night with a Highlander- Searching for her rakehell brother, an earl lying low in the wake of a scandalous affair, Fiona Haines is led by a rugged highlander who obscures his scarred face. For a moment Ned was tempted to laugh at the absurdity of the question. A man Fiona claims to despise.
At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Don't waste your time reading this collection of trash. The writing was a step up, with well-developed characters and an engrossing plot. When a coach accident strands heiress Elinor Bancroft at the home of the notorious Black Baron, she discovers the Christmas Day heartache that darkened his soul years ago - and her generous heart brings a festive air to his home and reawakens his spirit to love. When Sparks Fly by Sabrina Jeffries Guilt, grief, and fear drive this intelligent hero.
As they journey on, Fiona draws closer to her brave, enigmatic protector -- but will fury or passion ignite when he reveals his identity? This is no night for man or beast to be abroad. Summary Warm up on a winter's night with three passionate love stories from three shining New York Times bestselling authors! Interesting that Christmas was more about the decorations and the feast than present giving but nonetheless three great stories. I love reading romance novels set in the English ton and the Highlands. While none of the stories were exceptional, each was entertaining in its own way. So she goes with a rugged highlander, who is protective but quiet, and having suffered as he is scarred, but Fiona doesn't care about that. It is almost never convincing, and it can be distracting.