A Christmas Wager - A Regency Romance Novelette

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
London rakehell, Gerard Windham, Viscount Knowles, tired of his debauched life, escapes to the countryside and his cousin’s family for the Christmas season in the hope of avoiding another night in his cups. But during the festivities, he cannot resist the temptation of a wager—that he can seduce any woman in the room. His friends pounce on the chance of easy money and select a dour old maid.... More

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About Anna D. Allen

An award-winning writer, Anna D. Allen lives deep in the forest with too many books and not enough dogs. She holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts in Language and Literature. Her short story, "Ten Gallons a Whore," appeared in Writers of the Future, and she is a member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Her future plans include growing tomatoes and cleaning out the freezer. When not writing or reading, she can be found in the kitchen. Her collections of short stories, Mrs. Hewitt's Barbeque: Seven Eclectic Tales of Food, Humor, and Love, and Lake People and Other Speculative Tales are now available. Charles Waverly and the Deadly African Safari is her first published novel.

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Anna Lyall reviewed on on May 20, 2015

I'm going with a 5 star rating because writing a good, short romance is very difficult as it is hard to get the pacing just right. There are elements of the pacing I believe could be better, but for a 17 page story I'd say Ms. Allen knows her stuff. While I would prefer a greater ratio of lengthy sentences to short sentences her sentence variance is decent and it draws attention to the elements she desires to highlight. If she were to write a longer regency romance I would definitely feel confident in purchasing the book and giving it a go. Humorous with a neat little twist at the beginning, I would feel comfortable giving this to any regency romance fan of any age. If you're looking for a light snack between longer books, or a general pick-me-up on a gray day, give this charming tale a try.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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