Moonlight and Mistletoe Harlequin Historical Guy Westrope Earl of Buckland was not a gentleman used to encountering opposition to his will But the quick witted stubborn and delectable Miss Hester Lattimer was proving to be than a match for hi

  • Title: Moonlight and Mistletoe (Harlequin Historical, #830)
  • Author: Louise Allen
  • ISBN: 9780373294305
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • Guy Westrope, Earl of Buckland, was not a gentleman used to encountering opposition to his will But the quick witted, stubborn and delectable Miss Hester Lattimer was proving to be than a match for him Local ghost stories would not scare Hester from her new house especially not at Christmas Though her heart told her to trust the mysterious earl, she knew she hGuy Westrope, Earl of Buckland, was not a gentleman used to encountering opposition to his will But the quick witted, stubborn and delectable Miss Hester Lattimer was proving to be than a match for him Local ghost stories would not scare Hester from her new house especially not at Christmas Though her heart told her to trust the mysterious earl, she knew she had to be wary Even if Guy was not behind the strange events, letting him get too close would inevitably reveal her scandalous past

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    One thought on “Moonlight and Mistletoe (Harlequin Historical, #830)”

    1. The writing style of this was not to my taste. I only read 10% and was done. The formatting was not what I am used to and it was so annoying I could not give the story itself a chance (hence no star rating).Within the first 10% we met about 15 characters, the quotes were written as part of the paragraphs (not broken out so they are easy to see) and Allen jumped from POV to POV so that it was hard for me to tell who was thinking what. Within one paragraph we could have quotes from three character [...]

    2. Romantic Christmas tale of mystery and ghosts. Hester has just purchased a house, but strange things happen to make people think it's haunted. Her neighbor the Earl becomes a frequent visitor and helps her to uncover the mystery of the house. Love blooms and the ghosts of the past are laid to rest. Good read!!

    3. I've always been a fan of Louise Allen and I picked this up when I had the urge to read something Christmassy. The story is about Hester Lattimer, who has arrived in a sleepy English village hoping to escape a scandal. She has a small inheritance, which she used to buy the beautiful if slightly decayed Moon House and sets about trying to establish herself as a respectable single woman, with the aid of a timid ex-governess as her companion, a rescued waif with ambitions to be a butler and her mai [...]

    4. I have to be in the right frame of mind to enjoy an historical and this book was great. I loved the back story and hint of mystery.

    5. This was a easy and enjoyable read for the holidays. I always like a bit of mystery with my romance books and this one had that.

    6. Not bad, but something just didn't click for me. I liked Hester and her people, I liked Guy, but the mystery was just meh. In the end it was very disjointed and easily forgettable.

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