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  • Lady sophies christmas wish

    Excellent as all her other books

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  • Lady's Sophie's Christmas Wish

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Sourcebook Casablanca Publishing via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it. This was a delightful tale. I really enjoyed the story of Wilhelm (Vim) and Sophia's (Sophie) along with Baby Kit (My Lord Baby). Unfortunately this is the first story of the series that I have read. It was just a little confusing as to the order and circumstances of birth of all of Sophie's siblings. Getting past that was easy if you just concentrate on the story though. There were scenes that had me laughing so hard and others were I couldn't stop the tears. While I so enjoy an English historical told in the proper English way, I was extremely happy to be reading on an e-reader. There were terms that just eluded my comprehension but reading a historical romance is such an enjoyable way to learn. I adored Vim and Sophie both. The way that they came together to care for Kit. Poor Kit, his mother abandons him to into her employer's care the wonderful Lady Sophia. Neither Sophie or Vim use their title when introducing themselves at the inn where they meet during London's worst snowstorm. This causes a great deal of mix-up between the characters and their intentions later! I did enjoy the multiple POV format that the author used. Getting into the different characters' mind really helped me to understand and enjoy them so much better. There were some bedroom scenes that were not written in graphic detail but would be more appropriate for someone over 18. If you enjoy a good historical romance, you may enjoy this one. The only con for me, there were some places that just seemed a little unnecessary and added to the word count but it did not detract from the story.

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  • Mis-communication

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish is book 1 in Grace Burrowes new series of the Windham family, The Duke's Daughters. Available 9-24-19, it's given me 3 books for my TBR pile. I liked Sophie's brothers so much that I want to read their stories, it's an interesting family. Although I enjoyed the characters, the plot seemed to stick in several places. I got a Men Are From Mars vibe. Our couple are both socially awkward and it makes for quite a few awkward scenes, I wanted to shake both of them till their teeth rattled. At least I was invested in their relationship. Lady Sophie Windham is lonely, even in a crowd. She'd like a husband & children of her own but it has to be a love match. Mr. Right hasn't come along and she's given up hope. Now all she wants is a few days alone, no family, no servants, just her own company and thoughts. I can't fault her for that. A maid runs off without her baby and it's up to Sophie, there's a snow storm & she's stuck. Along comes Vim Charpentier, he's stuck by the storm too, handsome, kind & knows about babies! They get to spend a couple of days together & never give away their titles, they're just Vim & Sophie. For 2 people so right for each other they can't seem to communicate. Superficial talk & baby lessons go fine but anything deeper is a mess. They, of course, get their HEA but it's a miracle. By the end I was exasperated with these two knuckleheads. #Netgalley #GraceBurrows #TheWindhams #LadySophie'sChristmasWish #TheDuke'sDaughters.

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  • Sometimes Wishes Do Come True

    I received an ARC of this book to read through NetGalley in exchange for a fair review. Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish by Grace Burrows is a reprint of her 2011 book of the same name. It is the first book the the series The Windhams: The Duke’s Daughters and it takes place after The Windhams: The Duke’s Obsession Series books 1-3. It can be read as a standalone. I had read this book many years ago and was pleased to find out that it has lost none of it’s lustre over time, it’s a delightful Christmas themed Romance Novel and one I enjoyed reading this time as much as I did the first. Lady Sophie Windham is at a crossroads in her life and she has schemed to find a little time to be by herself just before Christmas ,something that as a member of a large family she doesn’t often experience. Things get upended when she is left with a baby she has no idea how to care for. Wilhelm (Vim) Charpentier, Baron Sindal is on his way to a family Christmas with great reluctance, so he is delighted to have the excuse to help the pretty woman and baby as he has much experience with young children as a fond older brother. Of course their stolen moments must come to and end and as they return to their families a few surprised are in store and maybe wishes do come true. Medium Steam, Publishing Date September 24, 2019 #NetGalley #LadySophiesChrismasWish #GraceBurrows #SourceBooksCasablanca #Bookstagram #ChristmasRomanceNovel #HistoricalRomance

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  • What is the Lady’s Wish?

    What a fun and different Christmas Regency romance! I don't get to say that often. I love the parts of this book written from the hero’s point of view. He has a sarcastic (sometimes sardonic) and dry wit that shines through. And the poor abandoned baby, Kit! The author actually made him into an important character, often working as a catalyst between the hero and heroine in a very endearing way. I think it takes some skill as a writer to be able to make an infant such a well-rounded individual and a key element to the story. The hero and the heroine are waylaid because of a storm. They are strangers to each other, but the hero certainly has some mad skills with babies, especially compared to the heroine. His desire to help the lovely lady and abandoned baby is certainly sweet. Neither is telling the other who they truly are, but they're forced time together certainly reveals other aspects of their characters. A delightful holiday Regency read. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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