Change of Address

Change of Address Blush sensuality level This is a sweet romance kisses only no sexual content Amanda her young sister and her unconventional mother move to a small house in a remote village just before Christmas and

  • Title: Change of Address
  • Author: Kate Dolan
  • ISBN: 9781419942853
  • Page: 163
  • Format: ebook
  • Blush sensuality level This is a sweet romance kisses only, no sexual content Amanda, her young sister and her unconventional mother move to a small house in a remote village just before Christmas and discover it lacks furniture and everything else they need Charles, son of the local squire, bursts in to rescue them when he mistakes smoke from the clogged chimneys asBlush sensuality level This is a sweet romance kisses only, no sexual content Amanda, her young sister and her unconventional mother move to a small house in a remote village just before Christmas and discover it lacks furniture and everything else they need Charles, son of the local squire, bursts in to rescue them when he mistakes smoke from the clogged chimneys as a house fire When she realizes his father is their landlord, Amanda drafts Charles into helping them, and he willingly complies with the requests of the beauty As the acquaintance between the families deepens, Amanda comes to realize that Charles may not be quite as bacon brained as she assumed When he rescues her from a drunken man, she then has to conspire with him to prevent worse consequences all on Christmas Eve.

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    1. Originally posted at: longandshortreviews/boA Change of Address, by Kate Dolan, is a short, sweet Christmas Regency read. It may be short, it may be sweet, but it is fully formed, and peopled with believable characters, a few somewhat unbelievable plots that still work beautifully and a setting so vivid I could feel the damp chill of the new home.It’s a home that Amanda, her younger sister and her mother, move to after her father’s death. A home so far removed from their accustomed luxury Am [...]

    2. Reviewed by JoAnneBook provided by the publisherOriginally posted at Romancing the BookThis was a novella at only seventy three pages on my Nook but there were well developed main characters as well as a plot even if the story line took place during a short period of time at Christmas. Given the brevity of the book there were a lot of secondary characters that seemed to be unnecessary. There were family and friends, servants, discord, arguments, happiness and many rules and expectations of the p [...]

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