Saturday, December 15, 2012

Review: Deck the Halls with Love by Lorraine Heath

Deck the Halls with Love
Lorraine Heath
Dec.18, 2012
A Lost Lords of Pembrook Novella

Christmas is a time for miracles … and second chances at love.

In her dazzling first Season, Lady Meredith Hargreaves gave her heart to Alistair Wakefield, the Marquess of Chetwyn, only to have it shattered when he proposed to another. And now that he's free to pursue her? It matters little, because she's on her way to the altar, heartbreak be damned.

Chetwyn once set aside his dreams in favor of duty and honor. But as Christmas approaches, he is determined to put his own desires first and lure Lady Meredith back into his arms, where she's always belonged.

First he steals a dance; then he steals a kiss. But when they find themselves alone in an abandoned castle during a snowstorm, reignited passion consumes them both. And Chetwyn will have one last chance to steal back Meredith's heart, once and for all.


                This is the perfect Christmas novella.  Lorraine Heath has proven that she can write both novella and novels with the right amount of character integration, conflict, emotion, and sex.
                Deck the Halls with Love came at the right time for both readers and for the characters in the Lost Lords of Pembrook series.  The novella is only about thirty pages with the remaining twenty taken up with a sneak peek into the last book in the series which is highly anticipated.
                Chetwyn and Meredith are the perfect couple and I just loved that Tristan was featured as well since he was the hero in the last book.  And we did get more insight into Anne’s previous engagement since Chetwyn was the brother of Anne’s fiancĂ©e who was killed.
                All around Deck the Halls with Love is the perfect Christmas novella to read this holiday season that will fill you with warmth and merriment.



1 comment:

  1. I love Christmas novellas! Thanks for making me add this one to my wishlist :) Nice review :D
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages


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