Winter Wonderland Spotlight: A Christmas Kiss by Jess Michaels

About the book:
Title/Author: A Christmas Kiss / Jess Michaels
Genre: Historical Romance, Christmas
Publisher: The Passionate Pen
Date of publish: September 2014
Pages: 44
Book Links: Amazon / Goodreads


51u3KVbDV6L._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_It would seem that Amelia is one of those unfortunate highborn ladies whose money is more attractive than she is. Her marriage has, to her chagrin, been one of convenience and she has been living with her sister in the months since her discovery of this sad fact. However her estranged husband, Lord Blackgrove, has had a change of heart. He has arranged for a week of her time to woo her and convince her of his true feelings. Christmas is a time for miracles. He certainly has her body convinced.

This is fun short story read though it could have easily filled a full length novel. While typical romance fare, is is sweet and fun. Particularly special are the hot house daisies, Amelia’s favorite flower, grown especially for her and delivered daily. This tidbit is enough to convince me I should read more Jess Michaels and if it weren’t her creative author bio would be.

This bookworm awards “The Christmas Kiss” 4 Tomes.

4 stars

Goodreads Summary: * * * A hot short story from USA TODAY Bestselling Romance Author Jess Michaels * * *

Tricked into spending time alone with the husband who made it clear he doesn’t care about her, the Countess of Blackgrove, Amelia, has no idea how to react.

But Stephen only wants seduction… and love.

Author Info:

Jess Michaels writes erotic historical romance from her home in Tucson, AZ. She has three assistants: One cat that blocks the screen, one that is very judgmental and her husband that does all the heavy lifting. She has written over 50 books, enjoys long walks in the desert and once wrestled a bear over a piece of pie. One of these things is a lie.

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