The Season for Loving: A Renegade Royals Novella Kindle Edition
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Even though Fergus Haddon loves his Scottish relatives, he is not happy with them for sending him to spend Christmas in England. They believe he needs to enjoy himself because of all he has done as their estate steward, and especially after a very troublesome incident involving his immediate family. While having to leave his beloved country is bad enough, their wish for him to bring back a wife distresses him more. Even if he was looking to marry, which he is not, Fergus would pick a Scottish lass instead of a prim English female.
Unfortunately, there are plenty of parties already lined up for him to meet a potential wife. On the way to the next event, there will be a short break and Fergus will be staying at the home of people who know his traveling companions. There he meets Georgette Gage, a woman who wishes to have more control of her life after still being overprotected because of a recent illness. The two end up talking quite a lot, and Fergus is surprised by how much he likes Georgie’s straightforward manner and fun conversations. Perhaps his forced trip will not turn out to be so terrible after all.
When a story repeatedly makes me laugh, I am always eager to discover what new amusement might be on the next page. In THE SEASON FOR LOVING, there are discussions packed with humor plus some rather comical thoughts. Fergus and Georgie have a sharp wit and do not hold back when talking with each other, thus leading to some clever banter. They are also honest with one another on numerous occasions, opening up and revealing things that they usually keep to themselves. There is a good balance of fun times and sincere feelings, and I was often deeply affected by their every mood.
Georgie is a delight at all times, and Ms. Kelly gave plenty of insight into what would make her future much brighter. I felt for her in how she was restricted by others out of thoughtfulness, as it kept her lively nature from being expressed. When Fergus was previously met, it was not under the best of circumstances, so I am glad he got his own book in order to finally have some happiness in his life. I have a fondness for anything Scottish, and this Highlander certainly had me adoring his intelligence and charm. Vanessa Kelly makes her historical stories extremely believable plus captivating, and THE SEASON FOR LOVING is constantly rewarding.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.