‘The Winter Wife: A Christmas Novella’ by Anna Campbell

WW ACSTORY: Will a chance meeting on Christmas Eve…

Alicia Sinclair, Countess of Kinvarra, cannot believe that fate has been so cruel as to strand her on the snowy Yorkshire moors with her estranged husband as her only hope of rescue. During their rare encounters, the arrogant earl and his countess act like hostile strangers. Now that Alicia has fallen into Kinvarra’s power, will he seek revenge for her desertion? Or does the dark, passionate man she once adored have entirely different plans for his headstrong wife?

…deliver a second chance at love?

Sebastian Sinclair, Earl of Kinvarra, has spent ten wretched years regretting the mistakes he made with his young bride, but after long separation, the barriers between them are insurmountable. Until an unexpected encounter one stormy night makes him wonder if the barriers of mistrust and thwarted desire are so insurmountable after all. When winter weather traps Sebastian and his proud, lovely wife in an isolated inn, could the earl and his headstrong countess have a Christmas miracle in store?

REVIEW: The above blurb is just perfect so I won’t summarize the story, but will come straight out and tell you that its worth every penny!

For a short little book, this one packs a punch and a half! I just loved everything about it. It’s very hard to offer a short novella without sacrificing something of the story, but Anna Campbell does it, by God!

It was such fun watching these two hot-tempered people come together and set this story afire. It’s intense, sensual and so much fun to read and I highly recommend it.

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11 thoughts on “‘The Winter Wife: A Christmas Novella’ by Anna Campbell

  1. Anna Campbell is the friendliest person ever! I love chatting with her on email and Facebook. She has even invited me to share a pot of tea with her if I ever get to Australia. She is so energetic and outgoing!

  2. Anna…yes she has some talent. I mean, I guess she can write handsome hunky heros, strong heroines, and knows how to write proper tea service and other such English frivolities. Oh, guess what I mean to say is Anna is awesome!

  3. This sounds like one I will enjoy. The misunderstood or hurt heroine and/or hero are favorites of mine. Being trapped in a snowstorm is a sure way of being forced to try and work things out. I’ll look for this one.

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