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Christmas at the Castle

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Holly and the brooding new Earl of Castle Craigie…

Angus Stuart is more used to managing boardrooms than castles, but when his father dies he finds himself thrust into an unfamiliar world. Returning home, he intends to sell the estate as quickly as possible. However, with Christmas around the corner, fate has other plans….

Showing up on his doorstep, Australian chef Holly...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 3rd 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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I really liked this book. Angus has come to Scotland to sell the estate he inherited from his father. It's slow going and when he gets a call from his younger half brother, who wants to spend Christmas at the castle along with his sisters, he knows he's going to need some help. His advertisement brings one applicant, Holly, who seems very young for the job. But he needs her and she needs the job so they agree to a three week position. Angus doesn't expect the changes that this bundle of energy i...more
loved this. so cheeky and over the top!
Great Christmas read.

this is a story of redemption and rebirth. two hearts both damaged and fearful, meeting will heal and make them whole. Toss in royal titles. a hunk in a kilt and a sassy red head and you have an absolute winner!
Another great book, really enjoyed this.
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