Her Very Major Christmas

Saralee Etter delivers a holiday story of sweet romance and second chances. I loved Rosalind, I mean how could I not, she is a truly kind-hearted woman who experienced great loss and even greater changes yet she doesn't bemoan her faith she takes care of those worse off than she. Harry is a strong and genuine hero. His past shapes him but it is his actions and reactions to his present and future that won me over. The supporting cast of characters make a wonderful ensemble and my reactions to each of them are exactly what I believe the author was set on provoking. I loved the location and could easily visualize the setting and longed to visit. I'm a true sucker for wounded heroes and when you add in a heroine with a wounded heart I cannot wait to see just what some holiday healing can do for these two because these two truly deserve a Merry Christmas. If you are looking for a wonderful traditional Regency romance this is definitely a great choice.

Rosalind Joslin comes to England as a young widow determined not to be a burden to her new family so she makes herself useful making medicines for the poor. She believes she has made a place for herself but when the new heir arrives she begins to worry anew. Major Harry Joslin never expected to inherit and he isn't truly happy about the situation and even less happy to learn of his grandfather's plans for his future. Sometimes the unseen wounds are the ones that need the most care, can these two heal one another?


Book Blurb for Her Very Major Christmas

Widowed Rosalind Joslin is an extra female in her in-laws’ household. Longing to prove she still has value, she uses her skills to make remedies and medicinal preparations for the poor. She misses the warmth and sun of India where she was raised but looks forward to her first real English Christmas with holly and the traditional feast.

Major Harry Joslin never expected his cousin’s death to thrust him into the unwanted role of nobleman. Still recovering from the emotional and physical injuries inflicted at Waterloo, he’s not ready for the demands of a new position and his family’s pressure for him to marry a debutante. His cousin’s widow is just another complication.

But it’s the season of miracles and two wounded hearts may find love blooming in the depths of a snowy Christmas day.

A Blush® traditional Regency romance from Ellora’s Cave


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2014 4.00