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Christmas Spirits (Spirited Storms #1) (The Spirited Storms) Kindle Edition
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Once again the Duke of Danby is using the Christmas holidays to embark on his match-meddling plans. He is currently working on his grand-nieces and nephews. In this story, his grand-nephew Benjamin Storm, Earl of Kensley has been summoned to the castle. When the convinces the Duke that he is working on finding his own wife, the Duke sends him on an errand to bring back a shipment of whiskey from Scotland.
Mary Grant Soares, sister to the Earl of Brachton is in Scotland trying to figure out how to deliver the Duke's whiskey order. There are no men to make the delivery so she dresses as a boy and decided to deliver it herself. On the road her wagon breaks a wheel and she is forced to hope someone will come along to help. Guess who shows up - Ben (of course). He sends his driver and footman on to the next town to get help to fix the wagon but Ben and Maryn (aka Mary) are forced to camp out overnight. When Ben accidentally finds out that Maryn is a girl (woman) he is overjoyed. There is an attraction between them that they both try to resist.
Over the next 2 days on the road they get to know each other better and he finds that Mary had followed the drum and was at Waterloo. Even more of a coincidence, she knew his brother Nate. Ben had been thinking of asking her to marry him but now he was sure that she must really be in love with his brother.
True to form, when they arrive at the castle, the Duke's plans for Mary's marriage are unveiled and who should be there when they arrive but Nate himself. Will Mary marry Nate, or Ben, or return to Scotland to live out her live alone. Jane Charles does a wonderful job of wrapping up all the loose ends to provide a satisfactory happily ever after.
This was good, as I stated in subject - it is a clean story only one kiss and at the very end. There is little drama but I did enjoy the character's and their journey together.
We are treated to HEA, again no epilogue which may have increased by rating. Still would recommend - ljb
They meet when she is forced into making a delivery of whiskey and the wagon breaks down. The hero's great uncle sent him to fetch the whiskey. After spending a few days and nights on the road together the couple fall in love. The heroine is insecure about her looks as she was wounded and has a scar.
Short and sweet.