Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Review: A Christmas Promise By: Mary Balough

A Christmas PromiseA Christmas Promise by Mary Balogh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An arrangement made, a marriage between strangers, a promise to keep, and a book you will want to re read every holiday season.
The new Earl of Falloden, Randolph Pierce, did not just inherit the title, but a massive amount of debt as well and when a coal merchant stranger appears at his door with all notes in hand paid and a proposition of marriage to his daughter to clear it, well, what choice does he have.
Eleanor “Ellie” Transome, a merchant’s daughter, a ‘cit’, worried about her father more than titles or money, finds herself agreeing to a marriage to a stranger.
As Christmas comes after Mr. Transome’s death, family and friends some to the estate to melt the ice that has developed in the newlyweds and open their eyes and hearts to the miracles that have been given to them.
You will love this book. This spirit of Christmas lies within its pages – laughter, tears, memories, and redemption. This one is a keeper on the shelf.

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