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Lucas Hartfeld, the Earl of Maddox, has been summoned by his parents, the Marquis and Marchioness of Bowmont, to attend a holiday party in the wilds of the country, far from his London townhouse. He suspects they command his attendance for far different reasons than a simple country party. When a storm strands his carriage, he's forced to seek shelter at the only home for miles around, a local manor called Helton House.
When Lady Pippa is reluctant to admit him, he does what he's been raised to do - demand she provide him and his servants with shelter until the storm passes. But the beautiful woman draws his interest far more than he's willing to admit. Can Lucas find a way out of the predicament his parents are planning?
As Lady Pippa scrutinizes another arrogant, demanding lord, she is bombarded with memories of betrayals in her past. Can she forget those difficult life lessons to claim a Christmastide kiss from a perfect stranger?
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By Trish R. on 12-14-16
2 1/2 stars for novella and 1 star for narration..
I’m going to tell you about the narrator first: She SUCKED. You’d have to be told who was talking because Lucas sounded just like a woman. WTH are narrators thinking when they don’t even try to make the men sound manly. Don’t these newer narrators listen to any of the better female narrators to hear how they lower their voices to sound like men, even a little bit? Here’s a hint Anne Marie Damman, try listening to Katherine Kellgren or Ashford McNab or Tanya Eby, or Mary Jane Wells or Kirsten Potter or Kate Rudd, or any number of female narrators who can do men’s voices. Even if the men all sound alike at least they sound like men. And Pippa sounded like a squeaky teenager; it was like nails on a chalkboard. I’m so tired of buying a book and having the men sound just like women and the women sounding like immature idiots. I would have to pass on ever listening to this narrator again, and probably this author too.
That being said, this wasn’t a very good novella and the narration just made it worse. And it did leave one important question unanswered: If Pippa and Natalie were friends since they were children why did Natalie say what she did, in front of all those people, ruining Pippa’s reputation and sending her off to the country for a year? I didn’t understand that and the author never told you why Natalie did it.
I did like Lucas and Pippa but even in a novella it’s really kind of quick to fall in love in 2 days. Just sayin’
There was no sex and no swearing in this story.
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