Return to the beloved Sinful Suitors series from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries in this delightfully sexy winter-themed novella!
Stunned by the heat of an unexpected kiss on a cold winter’s eve, two strangers from vastly different worlds turn hotheaded principles into burning passion in Sabrina Jeffries’s charming yuletide story, The Heiress and the Hothead.
This was a fun Christmas romance. I'm thrilled that it is a novella in the Sinful Suitors series. I liked Amanda's character right away in the first book The Art of Sinning and hoped she'd get her HEA. Lord Steven Corey is the perfect hero for this unconventional heroin. Steven writes articles on the deplorable conditions of the mills in England. Amanda takes offense to the way Steven paints all mill owners with the same brush and they but heads at every turn. I love how Ms. Jeffries builds up their romance and you miss nothing with it only being a novella.
Great characters and a great happy ending!
The Heiress and the Hothead is the story of Lord Stephen Corry and Amanda Keane, Jeremy Keane's sister. I loved these two together. They both tended to speak their minds and were both also very stubborn. I love how they worked together to find out secret things about the London mills. And the whole thing about the mistletoe was wonderful! Great characters and a great happy ending!
Loved this adorable, witty, sweet and fun historical romance. The way in which Lord Stephen Corry meets Miss Amanda Keene is adorable. It was witty, created wonderful banter to the start of their relationship, all while layering the seriousness of the situation surrounding this storyline. I liked the push and pull between these two that made for some really nice chemistry that exploded into a lot of hotheaded, Hotness.
Lord Stephen Corry has come to his brother’s home to meet and write an article for the London Monitor on Miss Amanda Keene an American mill owner. He has been rousing tempers regarding poor treatment of workers in the mill with his ongoing articles hoping to change the standards for the mill workers. He is wanting to prove that she is like the rest of mill owners.
Miss Amanda Keene is taken by complete surprise, when thinking she is his cousin, Lord Stephen Corry kisses her under the mistletoe. Both are stunned by their feelings from the kiss. But when she finds out who he is, she tries to push him away. But Lord Stephen just can’t stop using the mistletoe through the house as an excuse to keep kissing her. But as they get to know more about one another and that their concerns for the mill workers are one of the same, true feelings start to come to the surface between them.
Good things come in small packages as they say and I loved every minute of this novella. I would have loved to have read more. Amanda and Lord Stephen were fantastic together. Entertaining and passionate characters. Loved it! Highly Recommended!
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