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Sally MacKenzie Ó 4 Free downloadI eceived an ARC of this book to ead through NetGalley in exchange for a "fair eview The Merry Viscount by Sally MacKenzie is the second book in her charming "review The Merry Viscount by Sally MacKenzie is the second book in her charming s Brew seriesIt can be ead as a standalone but I enjoyed the first book so ecommend eading both This book is a delightful Christmas story full of Warmth And Humour And All The Joys Of The Season and humour and all the joys of the season Anderson is eturning home after a visit to London
when the coach she is travelling in crashes just outside the estate of her childhood crush Nicholas Nick St John Viscountthe coach she is travelling in crashes just outside the estate of her childhood crush Nicholas Nick St John Viscount aka Lord Devil The passengers from the coach are eluctant to seek shelter from the winter storm because of Nick s eputation and indeed when Caroline arrives she interrupts his plans for a Christmas Orgy although the idea doesn t seem to appeal as much now that he is sober With a houseful of uninvited guests to care fore Nick and Caroline set out to have a true Christmas something they both have not had for many years I enjoyed eading this book immensely Medium Steam Publishing Date Sept 24 2019 NetGalley TheMerryViscount SallyMacKenzie Bookstagram KensingtonBooks ZebraRomanceNovels ChristmasRomanceNovel HistoricalRomanceNovel With the Christmas season coming Miss Caroline Anderson travels to London to try and convince a bartender to sell the Home s Widow s Brew Her trip was not a success when she finds the man interested in her and not the product Traveling back to the Home is proving difficult when a snow storm and some drunken louts cause the stage coach to wind up in a ditch Seeking shelter at a nearby estate Caroline is surprised to be greeted by Viscount Oakland her brother s childhood friend Nick Nick is only at the estate due to unfortunate circumstances at his home in London He has invited some of his wilder friends as well as some lightskirts to celebrate Christmas with a ousing orgy Now with the blizzard aging and the occupants of the stage coach joining them plans change apidly and surprisinglyNick lost his parents when young and was only now coming to grips with his lost childhood He had felt a grudge against his uncle for the circumstances surrounding his childhood He therefore spent a lot of time with his freind s family during the school years Caro lived there as well and would not be left behind when Nick and her brother went out Now confronted with her on his doorstep he is surprised and not sure how she will espond to his guests But Caro is amazingly esilient and able to take things in stride In fact Caro is an admirable woman Dealt a blow in life she ose above her circumstances and learned how to brew beer Th. The “fallen” ladies of Puddledon Manor’s Benevolent Home are determined to ise above scandal and forge a sparkling new future operating their own brewery and alehouseWith Christmas around the corner Miss Caroline Anderson hoped to persuade a London tavern owner to carry the Home’s Widow’s Brew only to discover the dastard was interested in her ankles than her ale Is was a delightful story showing how a series of events can lead to a crossroads for than one couple Nick was not supposed to be at the estate and neither was Caroline However circumstances brought them together With the magic of Christmas and a serandipitous snow storm love has a chance to heal these two broken individuals as well as set others on different paths Sally MacKenzie has penned an amazing omance with a ending designed to leave us with a smile If you love omances you do not wnat
to miss The Merry Viscount Caroline Caro Anderson is the brewer ofmiss "The Merry Viscount Caroline Caro Anderson Is "Merry Viscount Caroline Caro Anderson is brewer of Widow s Ale at the Benevolent Home for the Maintenance and Support of Spinsters Widows and Abandoned Women and their Unfortunate Children She is eturning from a disappointing trip to London when the mail coach she is iding in becomes disabled stranding her and several other passengers including a small boy and his infant sister
IN THE SNOW KNOWING THE CHILDRENthe snow Knowing the children not survive the cold she takes the baby and goes for help at a nearby estate The estate is owned by a man she knows well or at least knew well Nicholas St John Viscount Oakland Nick was friends with her older brother and was a freuent visitor to her home She has not seen him in 17 years but hopes he will offer shelter to them Nick is at the estate and is hosting an orgy he however can t seem to find the enthusiasm to join in he blames it on being back at the estate Nick was born in Italy his father was the younger son of the Viscount and a painter he fell in love with an Italian woman while on his grand tour and never eturned to England But when they died his uncle the new Viscount demanded that Nick come to live with him in England his uncle was a dour bitter man who Nick blames for all his unhappiness Being at the estate especially at Christmas brings back all his memories and has him feeling out of sorts When Caro comes banging on the door Nick has no idea how much his life is about to changeThis was a sweet story with characters who have some very potent emotional issues I loved seeing Nick grow as a person and begin to start taking esponsibility for his own life and to stop blaming his uncle I also enjoyed seeing Caro begin to let go of the pain in her past she was hurt badly by a man and then to add insult to injury disowned by her family Watching them help each other to see the truth of their pasts and move on was very well done I like the story but there were just some things that didn t eally work for me I never understood why Caro went into service her family wasn t poor and she was 17 and the only daughter why didn t her father try to find her O her further annoyance her stagecoach back to Little Puddledon is waylaid by louts and a snow covered ditch Amid a nasty storm Caro seeks shelter at a nearby estate only to be greeted by Viscount Oakland aka Nick her brother’s childhood friend and her schoolgirl crush Now he’s the half dressed host of what is clearly a holiday bacchanal Still his house is irresistibly wa. ,
I Also Felt Like The Book Ended also felt like the book ended abruptly it eally needed another chapter or at least an epilogue to show the eader their HEA as well as letting us know what happened with the secondary characters that were also stranded at the estate This is the second book in the series but it can easily be ead as a standalone title I am voluntarily leaving a eview for an eARC that was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher On her way home from a less than fruitful
Trip To London Into London in hope of securing another tavern to carry her ale Miss Caroline Anderson finds herself stranded when the stagecoach to her home slides off the snowy oad into a ditch Caro and the other passengers seek shelter at a nearby estate only to find that it is owned by her childhood friend Nick now Viscount Oakland He s clearly in the midst of some ather unsavory holiday entertaining but his house is warm and Caro is out of options at presentNick has invited some less than espectable characters to his home for Christmas always hoping to thumb his nose at the overly pious uncle who made his childhood a misery He s surprised to ecognize Caro at his door and even shocked at the thoughts she soon has him entertaining ideas that threaten to turn his whole life upside downI enjoyed the festive edemption vibe of this story Nick and Caro both had some serious emotional issues and it was nice to see them face and work through them Nick got a chance to ethink his choices and turn his life around for the better He and Caro were both extremely lonely and when they ealized that they were better off together this was eally sweet However this didn t actually happen until ight at the end of the book The majority of the story felt like both of them mostly Caro listing all the easons they couldn t or shouldn t be together and this got a little epetitive for me Other than that the story had some cute analogies that made me laugh and most of the characters were charming though I found Caro to be ather tiresome I also never understood how Caro as the only daughter of a member of the gentry wound up in service that just didn t make sense to me I would ve liked a bit closure between Nick and Caro just because they didn t eally get it together until the very end and we "Didn T Get To See Them Much "t get to see them much a couple without Caro sniping and scowling at NickOverall this was a sweet story and I d like to check out the est of the seriesI voluntarily ead and eviewed an advanced copy of this book All thoughts and opinions are my own Fun ead with a bit of edemption for a ake and a fallen wome. RmEver the free spirit Nick has invited the wilder gentleman of the ton and an assortment of London’s lightskirts to celebrate Christmas in a traditional pagan fashion So he’s surprised to find Caro at his door Now with a blizzard aging he must take her in despite his fear she won’t take to his guests and worse upend his party But she may surprise him and upend his lif.