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A Twelfth Night Tale Paperback – April 23, 2016
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Susana Ellis has always had stories in her head waiting to come out, especially when she learned to read and her imagination began to soar. A former teacher, Susana lives in Toledo, Ohio in the summer and Florida in the winter. She is a member of the Central Florida Romance Writers and the Beau Monde chapters of RWA, Maumee Valley Romance Inc., and is one of the (in)famous Bluestocking Belles.
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Lucy Barlow must marry well to ensure the financial success of her four remaining sisters. Although she has a father and a mother, she is the one that manages her sisters.
Andrew Livingston, someone Lucy has loved her entire life, has returned from war betrothed to another and permanently wounded.
Lucy has caught the eye of an older, very wealthy viscount who thinks that she would be a good match for him and a mother for his three daughters.
Does Andrew realize too late that Lucy may be the woman he really loves? You need to read this very delightful novella to find out.
I loved the descriptions of the holiday settings, decorations and characters. I will definitely reread this one in December as the words produce such wonderful imagery.
Andrew is surprised at how his young neighbor, Lucy, has grown up but has issues of his own. The characters are believable and the Christmas traditions are bittersweet and fun to read about.
Now life as adults has become serious.
Andrew has returned from the Napoleonic wars injured in mind and body. He believes his damaged arm will limit his entire future. Lucy's mother is pushing her to marry a man nearly as old as her father. Their family has financial issues and a marriage with Lord Bexley will help her four younger sisters make successful matches.
This is a short story which emphasizes the joys of a family Christmas.
There is a sense of fun as the two families go through the rituals which make Christmas a time of warmth and laughter.
Lucy and Andrew are likable characters. The family members add a great deal to the story. Each of them seem to be very real with normal family issues creating an ongoing theme.
This is a fun book which evokes the Christmas spirit, no matter what time of year it is read.
I won this book in a contest. My review is voluntary and all opinions are my own.