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A Regency Christmas Novella | Kay Hudson
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A Christmas Wish: A Regency Novella
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Now, on another Christmas years later, will that promise come true? A trail of abandoned belongings leads him to Pansy and Juneclaire who reluctantly agrees to his offer of a ride to the nearest village from which she can catch the post to London. So leaving Pansy in his care, Juneclaire writes a note and heads off into the morning to London. Like the whole second half of it. Things move swiftly and I laughed out loud more times than I could count.
Her ancient retainers and her even more ancient horse add to the fun. Where my interest sort of began to drift was in all the goings on at the Priory once Merry and Juneclaire were back together.
But what truly saddened me was the fact that Merry was showing signs of doubting Juneclaire. Yes, the events were bizarre but his lack of faith or willingness to believe what she was telling him about what was going on in his own house dampened my holiday spirit. He comes around in the end but the delay was enough to lower the final grade on this one to a B-.
Another long time reader who read romance novels in her teens, then took a long break before started back again about 20 years ago.