[Book Review] A Very Ruby Christmas

A Very Ruby Christmas / Lavinia Kent

Previously reviewed in this series:
Madame Rouge is looking at passing on the torch, and becoming just Emma Scanton (or, more specifically, Emma Price), but passing on the torch is more than finding an interested buyer for her business.  Even more pressing is the desire to see her fiance after months at sea.

The sudden appearance of her half sister, pregnant and defiant, changes things in ways Madame Rouge would have never expected.

Ok, so those complaints I made about Angel in Scarlet?  Let's call a number of them answered with this book.  I mean, I'm not even much of a fan of Christmas stories.

Maybe it's because the previous stories took care of most of the overly complicated misunderstandings getting in the way of attraction, but A Very Ruby Christmas has a good flow, and some really good inter-character chemistry.  While the story revolves around Ruby, it's not just her story.  The other characters have their interplay and intimacy throughout, making for rather sweet (and erotic) scenes between couples that are no longer fighting expectations and secrets.

Advanced Reader Copy copy courtesy of Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept via NetGalley; differences may exist between uncorrected galley text and the final edition.


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