The Viscount’s Christmas Temptation Review

The Viscount's Christmas Temptation (The Dukes of War, #1)

Lady Amelia Pembroke is a woman who likes to plan. A lot. She wants to make sure that everything is in order all the time, and while some may consider it overbearing at times, they are all relieved when something seems to go wrong but she still has it all under control. Viscount Sheffield is a man who always has a Christmas gala and invites all the rich families from the area to come and celebrate, but a lightning strike burns the building where he usually holds the event to the ground. He wants to cancel it, but Amelia is determined to help him make it happen. As he has to spend day after day with her as she fixes his party and tells him what to do in order to pull off the event, he finds himself falling more and more in love with her.

This ebook was around 100 phone pages, so it is a very short book. The main character isn’t that interesting however. She’s 30 years old, single, and her “superpower” that makes the Viscount fall for her is her “amazing” organization skills. However, most of the time she just comes off as being rude and quite pushy. All the time. It’s the Viscount’s party, he could have canceled it if he wanted to. But instead, she goes and sits on the doorstep of his office until he comes out and accepts her help to re-plan HIS party. Honestly, I don’t even know what he could have seen in her. The Viscount was a nice character though, no crazy flaws that I had to get over in order to see the good in him. I just didn’t like Amelia. Overall, it was a quick read, but I wouldn’t recommend it.

Overall Rating: 1.5/5

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