His For Christmas by Jennifer Haymore

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"Sweep-you-off-your-feet historical romance! Jennifer Haymore sparkles!"
--- New York Times bestselling author Liz Carlyle 

Sweet, shy Lady Esme has a little-known pastime-penning scandalous stories! But society must never find out or she'll be ruined! Fortunately, her dear friend, bestselling author Jennifer Haymore, is happy to share Esme's sensual tale of lost love and second chances . . .

HIS FOR CHRISTMAS

Lady Amelia Witherspoon simply must get home to her beloved family on Christmas Eve. So when a terrible storm threatens to leave her snowbound, she refuses to admit defeat-even if that means sharing a carriage with Evan Cameron, the last man she ever hoped to see . . .

Evan can't fathom why his oldest friend is as icy to him as the winter wind. All he does know is that Amelia is still the loveliest, most tempting woman he's ever laid eyes on. Their only option is to take refuge together at a nearby inn, sharing the one remaining room. Evan promises to be a gentleman . . . but it's a promise neither of them wants him to keep.

Review:
I absolutely love reading this novella. It is definitely perfect for a warm weekend day. It has so much passion and hotness. You will definitely fall in love with these characters. Lady Amelia is the perfect women that many can relate to her because she has some insecurities that most people do. Most of her insecurities came from her long childhood friend, Evan. He may have said something about her but he was only doing it to protect her from his horrible friends. They absoulte love each other so much that they share a hot and sexy love making that it will steamy your mind. They totally belong with each other that they will make their Christmas together. A great-page turner. 

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  1. Thanks for posting this great review! It has made me want to read the book even more!

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