Rosie’s #Bookreview of #Christmas Themed #HistoricalRomance INVITATION TO A CORNISH CHRISTMAS by @MargueriteKaye and @Bronwynscott

Invitation to a Cornish ChristmasInvitation to a Cornish Christmas by Marguerite Kaye

4 stars

Invitation To A Cornish Christmas is a book containing two short Regency romance stories.

Both are set in a Cornish fishing village. The first story is The Captain’s Christmas Proposal. It is the story of silversmith Emily Faulkner and Captain Penhaligon, a gentleman who has recently inherited the Karrek estates. Both of them are outsiders to the community―can they find peace and acceptance here?

The second story is Unwrapping His Festive Temptation. Cador Kitto is a celebrated composer who has returned to Porth Karrek, the place of his birth, at the request of Captain Penhaligon, to compose a Christmas cantata. Rosenwyn Treleven believes that Cador is a devilish rake and she will do anything to protect her sisters from him. Both are running from their haunted pasts.

I enjoyed the settings of these stories and the second flowed easily on from the first allowing the reader to be further charmed by the rugged landscape and the call of the sea. The Christmas theme gave the stories direction, but I would be happy to read these at any time of the year.

Overall, two Christmas romances which are ideal for those who enjoy this historical period.

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Book description

Welcome to a Regency Christmas…

…in these two festive short stories!

Captain Treeve Penhaligon must return to Cornwall when he inherits his family’s grand estate. But could his meeting with Emily Faulkner on the wild beaches be even more life changing? Find out in Marguerite Kaye’s The Captain’s Christmas Proposal. Then, discover what happens when Treeve invites composer Cador Kitto to complete the celebrations, and Cade clashes with local girl Rosenwyn Treleven in Unwrapping His Festive Temptation by Bronwyn Scott…

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