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  • What the hens bring together stay together?

    I read this one last night before going to bed it is such a cute story. It is a quick read but the characters are awesome and the plot sweet. What is a lady to do when the loves of her life three French hens keep causing a problem(why love them of course). The leads to another problem they seem to annoy her neighbor Nicholas Radcliff. I can bet you can see where this tale is going. I loved the conversations Belle has with herself and others, wonderful writing. If you looking for a quick read when taking a rest from the hustle of the holidays this book will fill the order. I hope you check it out I highly recommend it. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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  • Absolutely Beautiful Story to Melt Your Heart

    Miss Isabelle Fletcher (“Belle”) delights in her three French hens gifted to her by a visiting countess. They are definitely troublesome, however, as they repeatedly escape to the neighbor, Evan Nicholas Radcliff’s, estate to enjoy the delights of his garden, as they have done for the past two years! With his tight schedule, interrupting his work like this is annoying, even though he secretly welcomes the brief visits by Belle. So once again, the birds are missing and she heads off to Hastings Hall to retrieve them. Following her father’s advice, she took a fruit tart she had baked to him as a gift. As she left, he told her to look for the good in the man, because it is always there to be found. Nick’s younger brother, who would forever have the sweet simple mind of a child, was in Nick’s care. He loved animals and he enjoyed seeing Miss Fletcher from the window each day. He wanted to greet her too, and hoped she would read to him. Nick did not have time for her today. They had an important delivery that evening, Christmas Eve, and had to decorate the sleigh he used only a few times a year. And it made Freddy happy. Nick longed for more with her, but he had to protect Freddy and he shielded himself from rejection, too shy to pursue her. And he really needed to complete the toys he was making. Every moment was crucial today! Belle was dressing in a lovely red gown for the midnight service at church when her father told her the hens were again missing. When she arrived, she saw Nick walking out a side door with a sack. Assuming it was her hens, she struck him with her bonnet and accused him of being a thief, but his sack which he dropped spilled out toys instead. And he allowed her to ask the questions he knew she had as they put the toys back in the sack. What was his story? And would they at last stop fighting the attraction they had for each other and communicate! This was a wonderful Christmas story, full of kindness and love as the reader got to know the characters. Even Belle took notice finally of his kind heart and protective spirit as she realized how wrong she had been to judge him. And when she accidentally stepped under the mistletoe that evening, at least one of her wishes came true . . .

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  • The storyline was different as well as meaningful!

    A beautifully sweet Christmas story! I loved both Isabelle (Belle) and Nicholas (Nick) so very much and the storyline was different as well as meaningful. A story that can be read every Christmas season without growing old or losing its message of goodwill! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A Fowl Christmastide!

    I enjoyed this new "12 days of Christmas" story. It's a good Regency romance that is centered around the 3 French hens of the "12 days of Christmas". I really like the story and how it develops. Belle and Nick are thrown together and come out better in the end. Sweet story with some wonderful characters.

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  • Wonderful

    A simply delightful and quick read that brings two people together, with of all things, french hens. Yes, no turtle doves yet, but they do get their wonderful miracle of Christmas! Belle, daughter of the vicar, had three hens that always seemed to go afowl and traipse over to her neighbor's house, Nick. What seemed to be a daily occurrence was the retrieval of said hens! It seemed he was always aggrieved when she came to gather them up, but she also found him rather handsome. Underneath, Nick was a shy man, he kept pretty close to his home and had a secret or two that he guarded. But is seemed on Christmas Eve, Belle was going to pull him out of his shyness and who knows what would happen! Truly wonderful!

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