Book Review

‘Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish’ by Grace Burrowes

lscw gbSTORY: All She Wants Is Peace And Anonymity…

Lady Sophie Windham has maneuvered a few days to herself at the ducal mansion in London before she must join her family for Christmas in Kent. Suddenly trapped by a London snowstorm, she finds herself with an abandoned baby and only the assistance of a kind, handsome stranger standing between her and complete disaster.

But Sophie’s Holiday Is About To Heat Up…

With his estate in ruins, Vim Charpentier sees little to feel festive about this Christmas. His growing attraction for Sophie Windham is the only thing that warms his spirits–but when Sophie’s brothers whisk her away, Vim’s most painful holiday memories are reawakened.

It seems Sophie’s been keeping secrets, and now it will take much more than a mistletoe kiss to make her deepest wishes come true…

REVIEW: Sophie is staying for a short while at her family’s home in London for some quiet time to herself before joining the rest of her family in Kent for Christmas. She meets Vim when she has offered to hold a baby for a woman who never returns. As she has never handled babies before, she is at a loss as how to care for him.

Vim appears to be an expert and lends a hand. A snowstorm has shut down most of London and the surrounding areas and promises to only get worse. Vim helps Sophie get to her home with the baby. Due to the weather, he decides to stay the night. As they get to know one another better over the next couple of days caring for the baby, cooking and sharing meals, their fast friendship turns to passion.

Enters Sophie’s brothers who have come from Kent to take Sophie back for Christmas. They are astounded to find her alone with a man and a baby As it turns out, his family and hers are both intertwined. I don’t want to say more or give away the plot.

Humorous, warm, sexy and real seem to be the first words that come to mind here. I really enjoyed this novel and was so taken with the amazing descriptive talents of Grace Burrowes. I felt the cold of the snow; the smells of the Christmas baking; the warmth and love of Baby Kit; and the compassion and trust of Grace and Vim.

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2 thoughts on “‘Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish’ by Grace Burrowes”

  1. I really liked this story and love the way Burrowes writes prose. I did find fault with the premise of the heroine being left all alone. I don’t think that would have happened in the Regency era to an aristocratic lady.

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