Englishwoman at Christmas by Jenny O’Brien

 

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Holly Branch has it all. She’s rich, famous and beautiful51VInjSASBL._UX250_ but, after a disastrous early marriage, she’s also deeply distrustful of men, all men…
Lord Oliver Ivy has it all. He’s rich, titled and handsome. He’s also a world renowned plastic surgeon, or he was… Now he’s an emotional wreck seeking solace in the bottom of a whiskey bottle.
When fate decides to play a trick on these two strangers, by dumping them in Cornwall in the middle of a snow-storm, fate gets a shock… and last in this current series.
Holly Branch has it all. She’s rich, famous and beautiful but, after a disastrous early marriage, she’s also deeply distrustful of men, all men…
Lord Oliver Ivy has it all. He’s rich, titled and handsome. He’s also a world renowned plastic surgeon, or he was… Now he’s an emotional wreck seeking solace in the bottom of a whiskey bottle.
When fate decides to play a trick on these two strangers, by dumping them in Cornwall in the middle of a snow-storm, fate gets a shock…

 

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A Fabulous Read! 5startr

Englishwoman at Christmas is a really happy, uplifting book to read – absolutely perfect for the time of year in which it’s set. I can hardly believe I’ve finished reading as I was enjoying it so much!

Holly and Oliver are two strangers brought together by circumstance and a case of mistaken identity. What should be a simple brief journey turn into so much more and they are forced to find out about each other – but do they discover too much?

This is a fabulous read and, although the last in series, I am so pleased that it’s a stand-alone read as now I can go back and read the rest. Jenny O’Brien’s writing flows smoothly and the story is well polished with a bit of intrigue for good luck. The characters are well-drawn, flaws and all with both a product of their younger years and the emotional baggage they carry. I consider myself very fortunate this year to have read such a range of terrific Christmas novels; each one different and this one is up there with the best of them. I love a book which finishes off all the loose ends and this one does exactly that. Definitely one which I’m very happy to recommend.

My thanks to the author for sending me this arc in exchange for my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: Christmas, romance

Format: Kindle Edition

File Size: 1381.0 KB

Print Length: 137 pages

Publisher: Saturday’s Child

Publication Date: 31 October 2017

 

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