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His Mistletoe Bride

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2012

    The perfect Christmas love story

    This story is about a lady 'lost' in a world trying to find her way and finding love along the way. And a gentleman trying to help her and doing his best to convince her to give him a chance. VK really hit a home run w/this one. Don't let the length of the book scare you it's fast passed and by the end you will want more.

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  • Posted September 24, 2013

    Started out good................................................

    Started out good...............................................................................................................................
    The story fell flat for me.   It was pretty good up until Penelope decides to keep the BIG SECRET from Lucas---don't want to give any spoilers here so I'll leave it at that.   Couldn't see why she would have such a huge concern over people she barely knew who were doing the wrong thing.  It made her seem disloyal to her husband who had always been nice to her .  In fact he was pretty much nice to everyone.  Anyway it was a well written book.  I would pass it on to a friend even though I though the heroine was a self righteous twit.

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  • Posted January 1, 2013

    This book was not bad, but I prefer more romance! This is a stor

    This book was not bad, but I prefer more romance! This is a story about Major Lucas Stanton and Phoebe Linville. Phoebe is on her way to her new life in London. She is about to meet the English Family her mother turned her back on to marry her father. Phoebe was raised in America as a Quaker. She never felt like she really belonged and is excited to go to London. Once she arrives she is devastated to learn her grandfather has died. Lucas is now the Earl of Merritt and has promised Phoebe's grandfather that he will take care of her. Of course, Phoebe wants to marry for love and Lucas has sworn off love after a bad relationship. The story includes couples that have been featured in other books by Vanessa Kelly and had I known I would have preferred to read them first. In the end Lucas and Phoebe find true love, but getting there was a bit boring for me.

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    Posted October 19, 2012

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