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    Enjoyable Read!

    Sweet Home Highland Christmas - what can I say, I LOVED Ella (the child)! It was fun watching how the H/h felt the instant attraction and how they both handled it while dealing with an extremely strong willed and voiced child. The ending was especially hilarious! I received an ARC from NetGalley and these are my thoughts on the book!
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    Historical Highland Holiday Romance

    Sweet Home Highland Christmas by May McGoldrick The Pennington Family 1.5 As I began to read I realized I had read this delightful novella in the anthology Christmas in Kilts. What a delightful story of an aunt doing all that she can to retain guardianship of her niece…the little girl she has taken care of since her sister’s death…the little girl who starts the story playing matchmaker. I truly enjoyed this the first time I read it and equally so this second time around. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press – Swerve for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
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    Cute

    I loved it. Short, sweet, heartfelt & utterly adorable.
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    wonderful read

    A delightful story of an aunt who takes care of her niece ,after her mom dies. They loved each other very much. Then we have Captain Gregory Pennington who is an officer in the Royal Engineers, building roads and bridges. The aunt is Freya Sunderland who's father is a Baron and a grandfather to little Ella who is her niece. She is one precocious and loving little girl.. The characters help enact the story with joy and love of life.. The descriptions are wonderful and vivid. The plot has a few surprises in it. I think the authors have done a great job. It is well written, keeps your attention and is worth the time to reads. I received this ARC from Net Galley and voluntarily reviewed it.
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    Sweet Home Highland Christmas

    Sweet Home Highland Christmas really stood out for me because of the hero. Captain Gregory Pennington isn't your typical soldier or spare to inherit a title. He's an engineer! This really excited me, and I think the authors did a great job showing his intellect, curiosity, and problem-solving skills all along the journey as he escorted Freya and her five-year-old niece, Ella. Ella really steals the show. I love when a child can be such a central part of a romance, and I don't see that very often in the historical genre. If there are just tons of these out there that I haven't heard of yet, feel free to drop the title in the comments so I can check them out. Ella is also very intelligent, and when she meets Pennington, she promptly decides that he would be a much better husband for her aunt than the cousin Freya has been dreading to marry. While this isn't a love at first sight story, it is a case of falling in love quickly. As the small party journeys through the Scottish countryside in the winter, I was able to get to know these characters through an ice-skating break, bedtime stories, and midnight confessions. The story takes place during the Christmas season, but it really wasn't mentioned too much until the very end, which I found a tad rushed, like the authors were running into a word or page count limit, but overall a very satisfying story. *I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of this book*
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