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    Retrieving his inner child

    Yuletide Wishes A Regency Novella Duet Release date 10/22/2019 Publisher Grace Burrowes Publisher The holidays can be a challenging time, between chilly weather, incessant good cheer even from strangers, and carolers whose rejoicing must always be rendered at full volume. Christi Caldwell and Grace Burrowes offer a pair of Regency novellas featuring characters for whom Yuletide is anything but merry and bright... until love makes a holiday visit! THE VISCOUNT’S WINTER WISH Christi Caldwell Blurb: Lord Luke let Josephine go, and is filled with regret...until he's reunited with his steward's daughter, Miss Merry Read. She's smart, spunky, and sassy and she help him reveal the true Luke. My review : When two people whom have known each other for years, show together their true colors. Mrs Christi Caldwell did it again, she made me root immediately for her characters. As I kind of suffer from the dory syndrom, plus a light dyslexia, I am always unable to remember characters names. So until I read the beginning of the book, I was unable to understand I have in my hands the story of the rejected betrothed after having jilted said betrothed from THE MINX WHO MET HER MATCH. But I do remember at a time, I felt sorry for him, by following the rules and his family’s dictates, he lost more than he won. For a short story, so many emotions were unraveled, my heart ached and swooned while they learn to know one another. Luke is not the aloof, dull boy then man Merry has known all her life, he is just the bland version his family wanted him to be. He was raised this way. Like Merry whose upbringing prepared herself to become a servant. But even if she had more freedom than himself, she has little other choices than follow the road mapped for her. But during the short time they are together, they share their wishes for another way of life than a master-servant relationship when it has moved to a friendship with a want for more lurking at the corner of their dreams. In so few pages, Mrs Caldwell has depicted a riveting tale of longing for more than what a birth place has right to offer. 5 stars

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