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  • delightful Christmas novella!

    This delightful lighthearted Christmas novella is the story of Sophronia and James. Sophronia has resigned herself to her fate of relying on a distant relative after her father passes away, leaving her without means to support herself. A chance meeting at an inn results in a sudden reprieve and some hope, when James offers her a bargain -pretend to be his fiancee for a month to appease his mother's matchmaking hopes (attending an extended holiday party with him) and in return he'll finance a small cottage for her to live a comfortable life as she chooses. It's the perfect solution to both their problems. But could this Christmas give them a gift they'd never expected? I really enjoyed this sweetly sensual story. At the start James is quite firm in his beliefs that settling down in one place is just not in the cards for him, yet he loves and respects his mother dearly and doesn't want to let her down. Hiring Sophronia to play at being his fiancee is a stroke of luck for him - even more so when she turns out to be a charming, quick-witted, intelligent woman. In fact, if he were going to choose a wife, it would be someone like her. I loved seeing him come to terms with his feelings for her and the conflict within himself, as he realizes that his wants and desires are no longer so cut and dried. Sophy sees in James a friendly, fun-loving, kindred spirit, the life of the party but at the same time a devoted son and a generous man. It doesn't take long for her to realize that her feelings for him are becoming more involved and deciding that if this is going to be her only chance to be with him, she'll make the most of it. They share a tender love scene that reinforces their feelings for each other. They both get a wonderful Christmas gift as their planned arrangement turns into so much more. This one was a real treat to read. 4.5 stars.

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  • Quick Historical Romance

    No Groom At The Inn by Megan Frampton is not my favorite Megan Frampton book but it was an entertaining read. This is a fairly short read, a perfect choice for those with limited time for reading. Ms Frampton has delivered a well written book. The characters are fantastic. Sophronia and James' story is full of drama, humor and spice. I enjoyed No Groom At The Inn and look forward to reading more from Megan Frampton in the future. No Groom At The Inn is book 2.5 of the Dukes Behaving Badly Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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  • No groom at the inn

    Kind of hard to keep up with the story, put , it was well written, need to read more of her books

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