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Stunned by the heat of an unexpected kiss on a cold winter’s eve, two strangers from vastly different worlds turn hotheaded principles into
burning passion in Sabrina Jeffries’s delightful yuletide story, The Heiress and the Hothead.
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MY REVIEW: The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries is a 2016 Pocket Star publication.
“Sweet Emblem of returning peace
The heart’s full gush, and love’s release;
Spirts in human fondness flow
And greet the pearly Mistletoe.”
This holiday novella is centered around the treatment of mill workers and the horrible practice of hiring underage staff and subjecting them to long hours, little pay, and dangerous work conditions.
Amanda is from America, an heiress, running a successful mill, but has traveled to England to see why their businesses are more profitable. She encounters Stephen, a man on a mission, to report on the unsafe environment of mills. He lumps Amanda in with the worst of the lot, sparking a challenge between them, and a little chemistry too. Can Amanda prove she’s not all the other mill owners? Can she calm Stephen’s hot temper and join forces with him to make positive changes? Maybe- with a little help from the Christmas spirit, a sly kiss under the mistletoe and a little soul searching.
I liked this story because it featured an American, a dedicated business woman, and a little action and adventure, and meaty plot line for such a short story.
*It should be noted that this story appears in the holiday anthology ‘What Happens Under the Mistletoe’ (Sinful Suitors 1.5) which was released last year, something I didn’t see mentioned in the blurb.
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She always dreams big.
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