- File Size: 2285 KB
- Print Length: 79 pages
- Publisher: Danelle Harmon, Inc. (December 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RAXNRPA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,001 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Fox And The Angel: A De Montforte Brothers Christmas Novella (The De Montforte Brothers Series) Kindle Edition
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Lucien de Montforte, the Duke of Blackheath is a meddler and a matchmaker so it’s not a great surprise to me that he’s up to his old tricks once more with his best friend and his cousin. He uses an old portrait as a bait for his invited guests, Sir Roger and Angela.
And although I loved visiting with Lucien and Eva, I actually adored the visiting couple. Both have distinctive personalities and traits that the other is weary of, yet both are feeling the attraction for each other and are in a quandary about how to best handle it.
If you’ve never read this author, here is a perfect little gem for you to savor her wonderful writing voice, prose and characterization. This sweet, sensual and utterly fun story is sure to bring you couple of hours of joy and have you grabbing her FREE offer of the first book of her De Montforte Brothers series The Wilde One. And once you read that story, well, you’ll be hooked for life!
Melanie for b2b
When the Dowager Baroness of Twyford, cousin to Lucien, arrived at Blackheath castle, it follows that Lucien is up to his old matchmaking tricks again. He and his Duchess (now his accomplice to his schemes) both agree that Angel (the Dowager Baroness) and Sir Roger could be good together. She is a widow with little to no money, and in need of someone who could love her. Sir Roger, as it happens is in love with a portrait of one of Lucien and Angel's ancestresses - who looks just like Angel. It could work, they think. But they are unaware of the circumstances of the prior meeting.
There is a painting of Angel's great, great, great, great-something x great grandmother- who looks exactly like Angel. Roger has always loved that painting. The plan is Lucien's. Lucien plans to give the painting of that relative to Angel in hopes that Roger can transfer his infatuation to the living and breathing human being and fall in love. Lucien wants his best friend to be happy And he wants his cousin to be happy. However, when the two meet at dinner, Sir Roger explodes upon figuring out what Lucien is up to, and proposes to leave. Angel plans to leave at sunrise to collect her new 'horse.' Lucien begins to manipulate things. Lucien impresses upon Sir Roger that it would be the gentlemanly thing to do, if he could at least go and help her get the horse from the inn, making sure the innkeeper doesn't take advantage of her financially.
Lucien keeps his hands in things, to be sure...and interest begins to take place between the two. But is it enough? Because of his recent infatuation, Angel isn't sure she can take a chance on Roger. Can he love her, or will he always love the picture of her ancestor?
This story is a real test of Lucien's talents. It is a story of hope, love and trust. It's a heartwarming story that gives two people reason to believe in Christmas miracles. I found that once I started reading, I did not want to put the story down. When the story ended, I found myself wanting more, but not regretting that this story ended. I wanted to read more of the Del Montfortes. I wanted to read more of Lucien's fun exploits - and I cannot wait to see what his young Augustus becomes! Danelle Hamon has developed a wonderful family of characters that we, her readers, have come to know. We look forward to their adventures!
Fox is haunted by his sister's death on Christmas Day three years ago. Angela is a widower whose husband died after a fall during a hunt. The coincidence? Used to bring them together is a DeMontforte ancestors painting, with an amazing resemblance to Angela, that Fox has had a crush on for eons. It's meant to be and fitting that Angela can heal Fox's hurt soul at Christmastime.
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