Sunday, July 24, 2016

Christmas in July, Christmas book reviews

I read a few Christmas books lately, in the spirit of Christmas in July.  I have gathered them up for one post for you.


Lady Patience Post is about to lose the one thing she really wants for Christmas – the sweetest kitten in all the world. But unless she can figure out a way to save the little ball of fluff, her brother will toss the cat unceremoniously out into the snow. Luckily, a summons from the Duke of Danby arrives at the perfect time for a feline reprieve. Now if only the little Angora can behave himself in Yorkshire over the holidays so she can devise the perfect plan to keep him.

Doctor Matthew Campion was not part of the plan. But after he treats Patience for an infected kitten bite, she can't help falling completely in love with the handsome and thoughtful doctor. But will her family and the duke approve? 

Barnes and Noble:

An okay Christmas story, short read. It had is funny moments, bit I felt the girls in the story were just silly, for lack of better word. The main guy character had no real quality traits for me .

*I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review


Miss Glenna Bolton is not having a Happy Christmas. She’s lost her grandfather and the bookshop they ran together. If not for the invitation from the Duke of Danby, she would have no place to go.

No Christmas festivities for Baron Ellesworth this year. His newly inherited estate is in bad shape—and so is his bank account. He’ll spend the holiday traveling to do a bit of business with Lord Danby, in hopes of bringing Christmas to Elleshaven next year.

Traveling during the holiday season doesn’t sound romantic, but a star in the East, an abandoned child and a quest for holiday cheer might just convince these two that love is the best gift of the Season.

Barnes and Noble:

Read as a Christmas in July book. it's not great, but not horrible. A short read (took me awhile because I didn't have time). it's cute, has some action, also a "clean romance". suitable really for teens and adults.

*I received my copy in exchange for an honest review