The second of five impoverished sisters, Miss Elinor Conley knows her dream of becoming a lady is farfetched. When an unmarried gentleman happens by her brother's smithy, it is up to her to act quickly - and rashly - to secure his interest. But Grantham Wendell, Earl Chelford, isn't in the market for anything more than a new horseshoe. What's a bachelor to do when an innocent miss turns up at his Christmas Eve bacchanalia? He ought to make her leave, but his Twelfth Night party just became more entertaining.
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Crashing into Xmas love Regency-style...literally
Ends Far To Abruptly. As If Ms Lock Gave Up
Not a Great Book. Lacking the usual detail and emotion expected from this author. No feelings. Nothing to grab you. Flat characters not usual for this author. ABRUPT ending just when it seemed like plot tension was building. It was alike a slap of cold water in the face. Not even an epilogue. No resolution to the book... it was really a poor ending to a flat storyline. Felt as if the Ms Locke was writing on an airplane trip and the plane was landing so she had to end it and thought, lets wrap it up in this single paragraph here.. no real answers to anything.. just end here. THE END... I can't believe I wasted a credit on this waste of time.... I feel like I got HALF A BOOK...HALF A STORY...Very disappointed... I LOVED THE REST OF THE SERIES....This one is just... well.. don't bother. Don't waste a perfectly good credit on it. It's hard to believe it was written by the same author.
I LOVED the rest of the Naught Girls series.. this one is TERRIBLE.. It doesn't compare. No character development. No real tension. Barely any plot. No feelings. FLAT.
The READER WAS EXCELLENT... she made the book. If not for the reader the book would have been ZERO stars.
NO. By the time you begin to get involved in what seems to be plot tenson.. it's over! And with a shocking Cold Cut.. Not even an epilogue!
WASTE OF A CREDIT