Monday, November 10, 2014

An Heiress For All Seasons by Sophie Jordan Review @SoVerySophie @avonbooks @AvonImpulse

An Heiress For All Seasons (The Debutante Files, #1.5)
Release date: November 4, 2014
Publisher: Avon Impulse
Genre: Historical (Regency)/Holiday Romance
Series: The Debutante Files #1.5

When a holiday blizzard brings together a pair of reluctant lovers, the result threatens their reputations … and may cost them their hearts.

Feisty and independent American heiress Violet Howard swears she'll never wed a crusty British aristocrat. Will, the Earl of Moreton, is determined to salvage his family's fortune without succumbing to a marriage of convenience.

But when a snowstorm leaves Violet and Will stranded and alone, their sudden chemistry will challenge good intentions. Seized by a desire that burns through the night, they'll toss reservations aside in favor of the heat found in each other's arms.

Will their passion survive the storm? Will they realize they've found a love to last them through all seasons?

My Rating: 3 Roses

A sweet historical romance novella, An Heiress for All Seasons was a lovely read. It was a quick, light, and enjoyable book that I quite liked.

Violet was an okay heroine. On one hand she was independently minded and determined to marry someone who loved her for herself. On the other, I felt like she unfairly judged Will. At first, I could understand why she thought he was a fortune hunter. But, later, after she had fallen for him, I got annoyed that she persisted in thinking that way despite how he had acted to prove that he wanted her for her and not her money. It wasn't a big problem, but it was annoying. Otherwise, thought, I thought she was a likable character.

Will was sweet. Despite appearances, he didn't want to marry a woman for her fortune. He wanted to save his estate of his own accord and marry a woman he cared about. He was sweet and determined to prove himself to Violet. I thought he was adorable.

The romance was sweet with a bit of spice and I thought Violet and Will were great together.

The plot moved quickly and I was kept engaged the entire way through. I enjoyed the story and the ending was lovely.

An Heiress for All Seasons was an enjoyable historical romance novella that I enjoyed. Romance lovers, if you want a quick and light holiday read, then you'll want to check this one out.

*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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