Aurelia B Rowl


Matilda ‘Tilly’ Carter didn’t think her day could get any worse, but even Christmas had just been cancelled.

The one girl Dean Watson has sworn never to have—never even expected to see again—just flared back into his life and into his home—his sanctuary—like she belonged there. Christmas would certainly be more bearable with Tilly around though…

As the chinks in Dean’s armor appear, Tilly seizes the chance to win her knight once and for all. She’s not about to take no for answer—not this time—but Dean must resist, even as his heart rebels and temptation threatens to undermine his resolve.

Win or lose? Love or honor? Which will Dean choose? Assuming he gets a choice

Janet’s Review – Fantastic Christmas romance!

From the moment I stating reading this Gem of a Christmas story, I couldn’t stop. Dinner dish and kitchen cleanup be damned, I had to finish this book. 

We are introduced to our heroine, Tilly, in the middle of having the worst day of her life. She has just lost everything, her job, her home, her boyfriend and her best friend. And it’s Christmas Eve!

Things couldn’t get any worst. Guess again, in the mist of having a mental breakdown, Tilly is found by her brother’s best friend, the man she has been in love and rejected her almost 10 years earlier.

What she doesn’t know is that Dean had made a promise to her brother all those years ago to stay away from Tilly. His heart also yearns for Tilly, yet he feels honor bound to keep his promise. But can he just leave her on the streets, alone on Christmas Eve? To make matters worse, Dean has a deep dislike for the Christmas season.

This story is full of emotions and sexual tension as Tilly and Dean reconnect. Both fight their attraction, till they become so consumed in their passion, finally realizing they are fighting a lost cause. Those scenes where so full of tenderness and love, that at one point I unknowingly let out a deep sigh. Hubby looked over asking if I was ok *bashfully grinning*

This was a sweet, very romantic Christmas Love story. You can bet I’ll be reading this again next Christmas.

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