Little Night Mischief

Little Night Mischief

by Emily Greenwood
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A Little Night Mischief 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommend
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MsChris1161 More than 1 year ago
I completely enjoyed every moment I spent reading this story. It drew me in right from the first with a sweet, romantic little "meet cute". The chemistry and attraction was off the charts leaving them both a little starry-eyed and hoping for more. Of course, their second meeting didn't go quite so well. (Cue the humorous tone set throughout the book.) Felicity and James were a hoot trying to outdo one another and keep a step ahead in their little game. Or often in James' case trying to keep up and not be caught too off guard by Felicity's outrageous antics. They were both so caught up in their battle with each other and there battle to resist the charms of the other and yet still accomplish their conflicting goals, the fact that they were falling head over heels for each other didn't dawn on either of them until it was too late. The secondary characters were we written with distinct personalities and provided a great audience to the sparring H/h, even when they were clueless to the power struggle really going on. However, they were ironically more aware of the growing attraction between the two who themselves were trying to ignore it. Not that they could. I especially liked the contributions of James' cousin Hal and Crispin the Vicar. Of course. as with many situations where each is trying to accomplish something at odds with what the other person wants, secrets are kept until the "right time" comes to spill. And inevitably the beans are spilled prematurely with devastating results. Such being the case here as well and the question becomes how to get past it. The course then becomes a matter if what one truly values and how far one will go to reach across the breach. This hopefully explains why I was fully captivated by "A Little Night Mischief" from beginning to end and why I highly recommend it for any romance reader! *I received this book through a giveaway.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
A LITTLE NIGHT MISCHIEF by Emily Greenwood is an amazing debut Regency Historical Romance. "Mischief"#1,what an amazing beginning for this talented author. Follow, James Collington and Felicity Wilcox on a wild journey of witty banter,a bit of mystery,lots of passion,and a love to write home about. The plot was intriguing and the characters engaging. James is teetering on the edge of debtor's prison,due to no fault of his own. Felicity's uncle,has gambled away her inheritance,her beautiful manor,the Tethering estate. She is determined to run James off,but little does she know he can't be scared off by a little old ghost,a few devilish attempts at bad food,a bit of inconvenience or a few hauntings. The characters are fun, light-hearted,engaging and will grab you from the first page. The secondary characters are a hoot as well. For a little light reading and a romp through Regency England,"A Little Night Mischief" will not disappoint any Historical readers or those who enjoy a fast paced story with wonderful characters and plot. Ms. Greenwood is an author to watch for in the future. She is talented and a credit to the genre. I was highly impressed with Ms. Greenwood's creativity and her ability to draw the reader into her story and hold them there. I can hardly wait to see what she has in store for her next "Mischief" tale. A must read! Received for an honest review from the publisher. RATING: 4.5 HEAT RATING: MILD REVIEWED BY: AprilR, Review courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
ornerylibrarian More than 1 year ago
I am highly impressed with Emily Greenwood's ability to create characters who don't always speak and behave the way you would normally expect them to. James Collington is driven and determined to reestablish the family name and fortune. He is very attracted to Felicity Wilcox and eventually decides he wants her as his wife but he must come to understand that the people he loves are more important than bricks and mortar. I usually prefer the man to be the seducer but in this book I rather like the way Ms. Greenwood wrote and described Felicity's thought process. She seemed innocent but with a touch of naughtiness. Her actions are believable and understandable. This was a "hauntingly" lovely romance.