Fans of Lisa Kleypas’ ‘Wallflower’ series will surely jump for joy when they pick up “A Wallflower Christmas”. Even though the Wallflowers are secondary characters, they’re still enough of a presence to provide quick vignettes on their current lives and loves. This is a fairly short book at only 213 pages, but still has plenty of steam.
Lillian’s brother Rafe is recently arrived from America and, of course, his father has selected his bride. Rafe doesn’t really care, he’ll marry the woman his father selected as this will finally get him the shares in his father’s company that he’s been fighting for. After all, one English woman is much like the next, right?
Hannah is the poor relation ‘companion’ to the woman expected to marry Rafe. She’s also got a sharp mind and isn’t afraid to share her opinions. And in her opinion, any match between her beloved cousin and this rude, devilish American would be a travesty…regardless of what anyone, and apparently everyone, else thinks!!
Merry and sparkling with a quick pace and just enough steam to keep you toasty warm for Christmas.