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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

A Pirate for Christmas by Anna Campbell

A Pirate for Christmas
by Anna Campbell
 
Bess Farrar knows her place. She knows what needs to be
done. Who should do it. And how. Bess has been writing to
the new Earl of Channing but receiving no response. She
finally decides she can only take action, face to face.
 

The new Earl of Channing finds himself taking over the
household after his brother dies. Scotsman Rory Beatman
barely knew his brother. When he arrives to take over as
Earl, there are wild rumors about his past. So he has much
to deal with and learn.
 
 
 
"This woman was meant for him. He
wasn't sure yet what he felt about it, but the
conclusion was inescapable."
 
A Pirate for Christmas is a fun and romantic
Christmas story. It's a novella. But it
did not feel that way as I was reading it.
Often times, writers rush the ending when
writing a short story. But Anna Campbell
did not do so here. It is a happy ending
with much Christmas spirit.
The characters are fun and not so easily
predictable for a short story.
If you are looking for a quick read, I
recommend this one.
 
 
 
I got my copy from Amazon.
Review by Lisa Hutson
 
 


 
 



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