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Tart the festive period He may have mistaken her for a nun but there's nothing innocent about his reaction to Tess's delicious curves When Tess is left stranded Alex is honor bound to ta A deliciously fun readA timely Christmas story with just the right touch of sentimentality and humourOur hero Alexander Tempest Viscount Weybourn has locked off his emotions and been estranged from his family for many yearsOur heroine Tess Ellery is a delightful mix of gamine type wisdom with an innocence that sees through to the heart of thingsTess keeps rescuing the down trodden and uncared for from humans to animalsAnd the human she wants to rescue is the one who effectively knocked her off her feet and then continued to make assumptionsdratted man that were entirely off the mark and that led to Tess being Weybourn s temporary housekeeper Of course his staff love her and Tess guilessness worms it s way underneath Alexander s indifferent mask and into his heart Ah But things are never so simple as to immediately lead to a HEA The route is twisted and captures attention in this seasonal story that salutes the essence of ChristmasA NetGalley ARC

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His Housekeepers Christmas Wish Lords of Disgrace #1

Ke her homeas his housekeeper And despite his long held rule of spending Christmas alone Tess's vivacity soon has this brooding lord determined to make all her Christmas wishes come true Amazing what a bus trip will do to your readingAfter Tess Ellery leaves the convent in Ghent where she has been living for a while since her parents died the last thing she expected to happen is for an aristocratic Englishman Alexander Tempest Viscount Weybourn to bowl her over and to damage her ankle but at least he offered to take her to a doctor who happens to be one of his friends When he doesn t wake her early enough for her transport to England he offers take her there himself but it s dangerous they are starting to feel something for each other and things get complicated when her sanctuary in England rejects her and she has to seek Weybourn out for helpThere she finds herself caught up in his life and they become attracted but can they survive his issues and her pastIt was a good read

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'Tis the season for mischief Accidentally colliding with Tess Ellery on the icy streets of Ghent is definitely not how resolute bachelor Alexander Tempest Viscount Weybourn intended to s 35 stars Anton on the icy streets Missing, Assumed Dead of Ghent is definitely not how resolute bachelor Alexander Tempest Viscount Weybourn intended to s 35 stars


10 thoughts on “His Housekeepers Christmas Wish Lords of Disgrace #1

  1. says:

    Louise Allen is one of my favourite Mills and BoonHarleuin authors so I was pleased to see that she has a new series underway four books under the collective title of Lords of Disgrace of which His Housekeeper’s Christmas Wish is the first I

  2. says:

    Originally posted HEREI nearly skipped this one which was stupid because Louise Allen is one of my favourite historical romance writers I’m glad I got it because I really enjoyed it His Housekeeper’s Christmas Wish is smart funny historically accurate and very British It has some of that Christmas sweetness without making you sick with it It has characters taking risks but unlike most in the subgenre they s

  3. says:

    35 stars

  4. says:

    Received this as a Goodreads giveawayEven though it was a Christmas themed book AND the heroine had even spent much of her life in a convent there was very little actual religion in it so it didn't come off as preachy as some other Christmas romances doOverall I liked it Although the hero was a bit of a rake he was likeable despite his bad habit of not letting the heroine finish a sentence and he did try hard to fighthide his lu

  5. says:

    Good book Tess went to live with her aunt at a convent in Ghent when her parents died It wasn't a pleasant upbringing but her needs were met When her aunt died it was made clear to her that if she wasn't planning to become a nun herself it was time to go She was given the option of returning to England where a job would be found for her As she was making her way to the docks and the ship that would take her there she

  6. says:

    A deliciously fun readA timely Christmas story with just the right touch of sentimentality and humourOur hero Alexander Tempest Viscount Weybourn has locked off his emotions and been estranged from his family for many yearsOur heroine Tess Ellery is a delightful mix of gamine type wisdom with an innocence that sees through to the heart of

  7. says:

    The beginning was a little unbelievable but I understand that Ms Allen needed a way to introduce the Elements But after a hapless start I really enjoyed the story When Tess showed up at Alex's townhouse after being assaulted I was hooked She managed to hold on to her portmanteau the cat and also her dignity by beating off her attackersmy kind of gal to be sure even though a bit unlikely for the times What happen next was very plausible and

  8. says:

    Amazing what a bus trip will do to your readingAfter Tess Ellery leaves the convent in Ghent where she has been li

  9. says:

    Wonderful StoryWhat a wonderful sweet story Louise Allen covers difficult issues in her books with such care and thought and this book had a number of such issues Tess Ellery a young woman brought up strictly in a convent was knocked off her feet uite literally by the most wonderful man Alex Tempest Lord Weybourn He is one of the nicest male

  10. says:

    A little sweeter and treacle y stereotypical Harleuin category romance than Allen usually writes but enjoyable nonetheless The heroine was raised by nuns in Bruges and ends up through a series of coincidences working as the hero's housekeeper while teaching him to love Christmas and reunite with his semi estranged family As usual

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