Englishwoman at Christmas written and self-published by Jenny O’Brien is available NOW in paperback format and the ebook version will be available on 31st October 2017.
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Englishwoman at Christmas, a standalone romance and last in this current series.
Holly Branch has it all. She’s rich, famous and beautiful but, after a disastrous early marriage, she’s also deeply distrustful of men, all men…
Lord Oliver Ivy has it all. He’s rich, titled and handsome. He’s also a world renowned plastic surgeon, or he was… Now he’s an emotional wreck seeking solace in the bottom of a whiskey bottle.
When fate decides to play a trick on these two strangers, by dumping them in Cornwall in the middle of a snow-storm, fate gets a shock…
Note from author. When my twins asked to have a book dedicated to them, of course it was going to be jam-packed with twins…
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I’ve really enjoyed the Englishwoman in series by Jenny O’Brien and Englishwoman at Christmas is sadly the last in this series. I’m hoping the author Jenny O’Brien may revisit this series later on as a romantic novel written around the lives and loves of modern day aristocracy has captured my imagination and I haven’t read many contemporary stories that have touched on this subject, I’ve certainly read plenty of historical romances but aristocratic life now is very different. At the end of the day whatever background we are from we appreciate companionship and love.
The Englishwoman in series includes the following novels:
- Englishwoman in Paris
- Englishwoman in Manhattan
- Englishwoman in Scotland
- Englishwoman at Christmas
Each novel can be read as a standalone but you will find characters from previous novels from this series and from the Irish Romance series will crop up in other stories. To fully appreciate the full enjoyment of this series I would recommend reading them all.
This story focuses on Holly Branch who has just been bequeathed a country cottage in Cornwall from her late mother’s inheritance. Holly is a hard working interior designer in the city of London and is happy that her work is her main priority in life. Her heart has been shattered in the past and she is still struggling with her self-esteem. It’s Christmas Eve, she’s finished work for the holiday period and after being handed the keys for her inheritance she wants to do nothing more than escape to Cornwall.
Lord Oliver Ivy is a world renowned plastic surgeon, with such talented skills in the field he is sought to perform very risky procedures. Oliver is currently off work with a stress-related illness. He’s struggling to cope with his emotions due to an incident that has left him emotionally and physically scarred. Oliver has just wished his driver a Happy Christmas and now he’s left to enjoy the holiday season on his own. But when he by chance meets with Holly Branch who mistakes him for her taxi driver he decides as he has nothing better to do to play along with Holly and drive her to Cornwall.
The weather is playing havoc with their journey as the country is blanketed in snow and when they eventually arrive at the cottage Oliver realises he cannot make the return journey home straight away. Fate has brought these two workaholic people together. Within the confines of the cottage Holly and Oliver have no alternative but to learn to live alongside each other. A mutual attraction is felt between them but with Holly’s previous heartache and Oliver’s current emotional state tension and confusion is muddled along with a growing chemistry.
This was such another lovely romance from Jenny O’Brien. I love how Jenny O’Brien incorporates sensitive issues amongst her storyline and scenes take us to medical procedures giving us drama and a myriad of emotions. A lovely festive romance to enjoy as the season brings in the colder weather.
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