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Kisses, She Wrote: A Christmas Romance (The Prince Catchers Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 176 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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“Kisses, She Wrote is like finding extra chocolate in your Christmas stocking: delightful and perfect. I finished it with tears in my eyes. Yes, it was that good.” (Elizabeth Boyle, New York Times best selling author)

“A perfect holiday delight, Kisses, She Wrote delivers a heartfelt and surprisingly sexy happily ever after for two seemingly mismatched characters. Katharine Ashe has eloquently penned yet another must-read romance. If you’re looking for a short holiday diversion, pick this one up. You won’t be sorry.” (Catherine Bybee, New York Times bestselling author)

“One of the most romantic stories I’ve read this year … a story that proves why we read romance. A must read! Highly recommended.” (The Romance Reviews)

“Different, delightful, and deeply romantic. Few novellas strike me as complete and polished as this one is.” (Heroes & Heartbreakers' Top 5 Christmas Romances of 2013)

“Typical of Ashe, these characters are smoldering, drawn to each other as love and lust lead them on a precarious path to passion.” (Library Journal (starred review))

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Product Details

  • File Size: 981 KB
  • Print Length: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Avon Impulse (December 3, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 3, 2013
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,065 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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KATHARINE ASHE is the USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of historical romances reviewers call "intensely lush" and "sensationally intelligent," including How To Be a Proper Lady, an Amazon Editors' Choice for the Ten Best Romances of the Year, and My Lady, My Lord and How to Marry a Highlander, 2015 and 2014 finalists for the romance industry's most prestigious award, the RITA®.

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I discovered a few months ago that I really enjoy Katharine Ashe's prose, and this relatively short novella was no exception. I found Kisses, She Wrote a sweet, sneakily smart and engaging holiday story that delighted and even genuinely moved me. As a novella/short story fan, I felt the length was ideal: not so long that the characters' conflicts and conversations start to feel tiresomely repetitive and drawn out (a complaint I have about far too many of those 400 page romance novels these days!), yet still long and substantive enough to make me feel it was a worthwhile, satisfying read. The hero and heroine are connected to the H and h featured in Ashe's I Married the Duke, though you certainly don't have to have read that novel to appreciate this one.

I truly loved and connected with the heroine, which is definitely not a given for me. Jacqueline is endearingly shy, smart, candid and quietly self-aware, yet with more spirit and courage than one may initially assume. My one complaint is more about my own subjective preferences than the objective quality of this book: I just happen to be extraordinarily weary of the debauched rakes we find in so very, very, VERY many romance novels. To Ashe's credit, she does a fairly convincing job of showing how our rakish hero 'reforms,' due in large part to getting to know the heroine and reading her touchingly candid journal. But I'm the oddball romance fan who finds heroes who have merrily slept with every pulse-having woman in England and while spending the majority of their lives gambling and "partying" to be unappealing rather than sexy.
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Excellent writing and storyline by Katharine Ashe.

Background: We were first introduced to Jacqueline, Princess of Sensaire and Charles Camlann Westfall, the Earl of Bedwyr, otherwise known as Cam in "I Married the Duke." Cam is cousin to Lucien, Comte de Rallis, otherwise known as Luc. The happenings in this book take place concurrently with "I Married the Duke." I highly recommend "I Married the Duke" if you have not read it. However, reading this book will not hinder your enjoyment either way.

Jacqueline has always known that when she marries she must marry according to the wishes of her brother, Reiner, Prince of Sensaire. However, when Cam accompanies Luc and her governess-to-be, Arabella, to Luc's chateau in Brittany where Jacqueline and Reiner are guests, she is immediately taken with Cam's beauty and his overall persona. In fact, who would not be? He is considered quite the experienced gentleman having known many women intimately during his 29 years. He knows exactly how to talk to the fairer sex and has a solid reputation of knowing how to please them in other ways. Due to this, her brother, although very good friends with Cam, would never consider him a potential mate for Jacqueline.

Therefore, Jacqueline, who is considered somewhat slim and plain can only have a relationship with Cam in her fantasies. She does have a diary and oh, what a diary it is! Unfortunately, or one might say "fortunately," she doesn't hide the diary very well. When Cam happens upon her diary and begins to read passages that are obviously written with him in mind, he doesn't know quite what to think or how to respond. Up until this time, he hasn't given Jacqueline much thought.
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Kisses, She Wrote (The Prince Catcher, 1.5) by Katharine Ashe is a December 2013 Avon Impulse publication. I received a copy of this book from the publisher and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

Princess Jacqueline is a plain, quiet wallflower that should have been married before now, but her brother has shirked his duty in that area. Now the queen has demanded that the princess marry at Christmas.

Cam Westfall, the Earl of Bedwyr is a notorious rake. He also has his good points, like rescuing a woman from an abusive husband and becoming the guardian of her daughter after she dies.

Cam and Jacqueline are not all that interested in marriage, but both of them find they are about to be forced to marry people they don't care one wit for whether they want to or not.

But, when Cam happens upon Jacqueline's diary, he is stunned at the erotic and sensual language written in it. Every chance he gets he reads a little more of the diary. He also spends as much time as possible with the diary's owner.
Jacqueline and Cam become very good friends. Cam loves her forthcoming nature. But, he finds himself feeling something else as well. A feeling in his chest he has never experienced before.
As a result he finds he is able once more to put pen to paper and write some of the most stirring poetry.
But, his poetry tells a story that keeps the feelings between himself and Jacqueline alive. Is their love story doomed to remain on the written page or will they find a way to really be together?

I loved this short story/ novella. The writings in Jacqueline's diary are sensual and erotic for the period of time they were written in. Quite bold actually, since most ladies didn't know anything about sensuality until they were married.
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