One Christmas with the Earl (The Seldon Park Christmas Novellas)

One Christmas with the Earl (The Seldon Park Christmas Novellas)

by Bethany Sefchick

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940150875135
Publisher: Bethany Sefchick
Publication date: 11/17/2015
Series: Tales from Seldon Park Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 133,014
File size: 112 KB

About the Author

Making her home in the mountains of central Pennsylvania, Bethany Sefchick lives with her husband, Ed, and a plethora of Betta fish that she’s constantly finding new ways to entertain. In addition to writing, Bethany owns a jewelry company, Easily Distracted Designs.

When not penning romance novels or creating sparkly treasures, she enjoys cooking, scrapbooking, and lavishing attention on any stray cats who happen to be hanging around. She always enjoys hearing from her fans at:

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One Christmas With The Earl 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I really enjoy Regency romances when they're well written. I had hopes for this book, but there were many times when the narrative didn't make sense or the wrong word was used. One instance was Lady Raynecourt "drug" Mellie somewhere. It should be "dragged". Lady R also "yanks" Mellie about the ballroom. The characters of Mellie and Fitz both have double personalities. He's supposed to be "horribly shy and bookish" and "flirtatious", "not a rake", but feels a "woman's dress looks best on the floor while she's naked in his bed". When she arrives at the house party she's been abandoned by her brother so he can go to another house party. She's so concerned about "being pawed at by every doddering old fool... and salivated over by every rake" that "the very thought made her so ill she wanted to retreat to her chambers." Yet she is supposed to have "raked Fitz's body with her eyes" and shown with her "heated gaze" that she "desired him". They exchange a few words as they first meet, but Mellie's ready to marry "a man like him", he "was a good man". How does she know? He later takes her to the conservatory alone which would compromise her. Mellie is referred to as a "chit", but a spinster in her late twenties. For intelligent, humourous Regency and Georgian novels read Eloisa James, Tessa Dare, Mary Balogh and Grwce Burrowes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story although I do wish it had been put in proper order since it seems this should have been one of the first books read. I also noticed the novellas for this series do not appear with the series so people may not know they are.