* Voted Best Novella/Short Story in the 2014 All About Romance Reader Poll *
IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN SIMPLE…
With one more errand to go—the purchase of a hunting falcon—Andrew Blackshear has Christmas completely under control. As his sister’s impending marriage signals the inevitable drifting-apart of the Blackshear family, it’s his last chance to give his siblings the sort of memorable, well-planned holiday their parents could never seem to provide.
He has no time to dawdle, no time for nonsense, and certainly no time to drive the falconer’s vexing, impulsive, lush-lipped, midnight-haired daughter to a house party before heading home. So why the devil did he agree to do just that?
IT COULDN’T BE MORE DELICIOUSLY MIXED-UP…
Lucy Sharp has been waiting all her too-quiet life for an adventure, and she means to make the most of this one. She’s going to enjoy the house party as no one has ever enjoyed a house party before, and in the meanwhile she’s going to enjoy every minute in the company of amusingly stern, formidably proper, outrageously handsome Mr. Blackshear. Let him disapprove of her all he likes—it’s not as though they’ll see each other again after today.
…or will they? When a carriage mishap and a snowstorm strand the pair miles short of their destination, threatening them with scandal and jeopardizing all their Christmas plans, they’ll have to work together to save the holiday from disaster. And along the way they just might learn that the best adventures are the ones you never would have thought to plan.
Blackshear Family series:
Book .5 - A Christmas Gone Perfectly Wrong
Book 1 - A Lady Awakened
Book 2 - A Gentleman Undone
Book 3 - A Woman Entangled
Perfectly Wrong, Perfectly Delightful.
Without question, one of the most enjoyable books I've read in a long time. Thoroughly entertaining, very we'll written, and the kind of book that makes you look forward to more from this author. Be prepared to find yourself unable to put it down, and if by chance you get interrupted by a phone call, don't be surprised to find yourself cutting the call short so that you can see what will happen next. I would have give it more than five stars if could.