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Christmas Angel by Eli Easton
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it was amazing

Eli Easton kicks off this loosely interlinked series of festive romances with a truly beautiful historical set in the Georgian period of English history.

Giving the backstory to the Christmas Angel, her romance between a sculptor and a Bow Street Runner is chock full of lovely historical accuracy and all the feels as two men whose very proclivities could have seen them to the noose, fall in love.

I adored Alec but John Trent is a fabulous character, solid and strong, truthful and determined to be the one his artist can rely on.

It's steamy but period appropriate and I loved the whole imagination behind the Angel's creation. Mrs Simpson's household of 'deviants' was an utter delight.

I can't wait to follow the Angel on her travels through time in this wonderful series from some of my favourite authors.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.
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Reading Progress

September 9, 2018 – Shelved
September 9, 2018 – Shelved as: to-read
November 16, 2018 – Started Reading
November 17, 2018 – Finished Reading

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Judith Great review,babe.I loved this one x


Cadiva Judith wrote: "Great review,babe.I loved this one x"

It was just everything I want to read in a festive historical romance!


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Christelle Since I read all of the "Sir John Fielding mystery" series from Bruce Alexander? I have a fondness for this English historical period and for the Bow Street runners :-)
Great review, Cadiva !


Cadiva Christelle wrote: "Since I read all of the "Sir John Fielding mystery" series from Bruce Alexander? I have a fondness for this English historical period and for the Bow Street runners :-)
Great review, Cadiva !"


Thank you lovely, historicals are my most favourite!


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