Miss Featherton's Christmas Prince

Miss Featherton's Christmas Prince

by Ella Quinn
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Miss Featherton's Christmas Prince 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The whole series is amazing and I wish there were more! I cant wait for the series to come out in regards to the children from this wonderful group of friends!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really great story and so well written. Wonderful characters and so sweet.
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BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
Meg has been very unlucky in her quest to find a husband twice already. The first choice had been who abuses women, the second time was a man who already had a mistress and children. Meg decides to give up on her search for love and find someone who will give her a comfortable life. So meg decides on Charles Viscount Thoroughgood who is already in love with her best friend Amanda. However Damon the Marquis of Hawksworth has been looking at Amanda but she thinks he is a rake and doesn’t want him. Damon’s godmother and Meg’s grandmother set out to match Damon and Meg.Damon has been scarred by war so he is different from the men Meg was used to meeting. Damon first had feelings for Meg when she had been engaged the first time then when he returns to see her she is engaged again. Amanda feels Damon is perfect for Meg so she gets Damon and Meg together as often as she can. But also Damon’s father seems to be trying to ruin his life because of this everyone thinks Damon isn’t much good. Damon’s father was always mean to him never giving him any affection and sent Damon off to school at a very early age. But Damon let’s the real him be seen as time goes on in the story as he tries so very hard to win Meg’s heart and hand. I really liked this story . I felt it was funny the way things got all messed up about who Amanda loved and all. I really didn’t like Damon’s father but at least his stepmother tried to be kind to Damon as best she could. I loved that Damon’s godmother and Meg’s grandmother are set to see Damon and Meg together. In all an enjoyable story. I liked the characters a lot especially Meg and Damon and all the ups and downs they go through. I recommend. I received an ARC of this story for an honest review.
skelley55 More than 1 year ago
I have read this book twice already. It is a charming Christmas story with delightful characters. The romance is sweet and the hero dashing. What more could you want?
gaele More than 1 year ago
The third I have read in this series, I can’t always get into the holiday spirit with a contemporary, but a historic romance always does the trick for me. Hoping that the third time is the charm. Meg Featherton has been twice duped by love with unsuitable suitors. Now convinced that security and a polite regard are plenty, she’s willing to dip her toes into the marriage game yet again. She’s set her sights on Viscount Thoroughgood (Charles or Chuffy) assuming he will fit the bill. Damon, Marquis of Hawksworth is smitten with Meg, yet she finds his attentions foolish, and is not interested. The war has played havoc with his emotions and interest in all things, and Meg is the first to inspire him, but can he convince her that love is not a bad thing? What a merry chase of missed opportunities, mistaken intentions and a trio of the ton’s most meddling matrons lead this story and our trio into a merry set of circumstances. Matchmaking at its most obvious, Meg and Daniel are pushed, prodded and occasionally steamrolled down a path of true love, with Meg utterly confused as to which end is up, and whether she can lay aside her fears from her two failed engagements to risk wanting another again. When you add in Damon’s father and his inconvenient interferences and personality, his relationship and determination to bend Damon to his will is a major issue in the plot. He has determined that Meg, the first thing to draw any interest or emotion from him since returning from the war will not get away. The joy in this story is the twists and turns to the end, as Meg slowly grows up and learns that bad things happen, but to not take a chance is possibly the worst choice of all. I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.
Historical_Romance_Lover More than 1 year ago
This is book 8 in the Marriage Game series. After falling in love twice and having her heart broken, Meg Featherton is determined to marry a man who does not engage her heart. Having set her eyes on such a man, she sets out to find if they would suit. But she has another mission that occupies her time as well. She believes that a scoundrel is determined to win the hand of her best friend. She must see if he is worthy of her. What she doesn't know is that scoundrel is after her! Damon, Marquis of Hawksworth, has determined that Meg will be his bride. He can't figure out why she seems immune to his charms. Determined to bring her to the altar, he does everything he can to convince her that he is not the man that everyone thinks he is. Can Damon convince Meg that he is worth risking her heart again? This is probably my favorite of Quinn's stories and I'm sad to say it is the last in the series. I liked that we see a whole transformation of Damon throughout the story. He comes back from war and is bored because his father won't give him any responsibilities of the dukedom. Everyone ends up thinking he is a scoundrel. But while trying to woo Meg, he decides that she needs to know the real him and we see that he is a totally different person than the one we have been led to believe. Meg is ready to give up on love. But she soon learns that if the right guy comes along it might be worth letting him into her heart. She realizes that she didn't really know her previous fiancee's, all she saw was what they wanted her to see. Which ended up not being who they truly were. This time she was able to learn about the real man behind the persona he showed the rest of the world and fell in love with him. Of course we have an enjoyable appearance by our elder matchmaking ladies...another one in the books for them!! Quinn is starting a new series starting in March of 2016! Thanks go out to Kensington Book via NetGalley for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.
DebDiem More than 1 year ago
Miss Featherton's Christmas Prince by Ella Quinn is a well written book. Meg and Damon's story is a touching tale of family and friends "helping" get a couple together. Misunderstandings, manipulations and old boyfriends give this book plenty of humor, drama and action. I love the feisty characters in Miss Featherton's Christmas Prince. I look forward to reading more from the talented Ella Quinn in the future. Miss Featherton's Christmas Prince is a complete story, not a cliff-hanger. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley for review purposes.
TammyS32 More than 1 year ago
This is the 9th book in the Marriage Game and tells the story of Meg who has been unlucky with love. Now she plans to use her head instead of her heart and find a suitable match. Meg sets her sights on Charles a Viscount but his annoying and handsome friend Damon heir to a Duke keeps turning up. This historical romance is sweet, funny and just that, oh so romantic. This is a fun, entertaining read and I found the characters excellent, the story fast paced and entertaining.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
What I enjoy most about reading an Ella Quinn novel is that I can picture myself in every story. Ms. Quinn writes stories that appeal to every lover of romantic fantasy. With a stroke of the pen I was taken back in time to an era of matchmaking and romance with dashing gentlemen and graceful women. The simplicity of that time is what appeals to me the most. I received an ARC of Miss Featherton's Christmas Prince through NetGalley and Kensington. Meg and Damon's story plays out like a fairytale with the attraction and subterfuge that entails.