Lady Patience's Christmas Kitten

Rated 3.80/5 based on 5 reviews
The Duke of Danby's willful great-niece + his personal physician + one uninvited kitten = a Christmas at Danby Castle that none of them will forget. Neither Yorkshire nor His Grace's slippers will never be the same again. More

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About Ava Stone

Ava Stone is a USA Today bestselling author of Regency historical romance and college age New Adult romance. Whether in the 19th Century or the 21st, her books explore deep themes but with a light touch. A single mother, Ava lives outside Raleigh NC, but she travels extensively, always looking for inspiration for new stories and characters in the various locales she visits.


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Review by: Alisa Jenkins on Aug. 2, 2016 :
An okay Christmas story, short read. It had is funny moments, bit I felt the girls in the story were just silly, for lack of better word. The main guy character had no real quality traits for me .
*I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
Review by: Diane Skalski on July 25, 2016 :
Lady Patience and her two sisters (triplets) are a handful! Patience's adorable kitten Ashes has accidentally bitten her at the Duke of Danby's Christmas House Party. To the rescue comes handsome Dr. Matthew Campion. The two hit if off right away, especially after Matthew takes the kitten home to protect it from the members of the family who do not love precious small animals. Lovely Christmas story!!! Looking forward to reading Grace's and Hope's stories.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
Review by: Julia David on July 17, 2016 :
Everybody tells Lady Patience that she must get rid of her kitten. Then she meets Dr. Campion (because the kitten bit her) and he agrees to take the kitten home with him. As they spend time together, they fall in love. He thinks his humble circumstances would prevent him from marrying Lady Patience. She doesn't care that he doesn't have a title, but her family is trying to keep them apart. Alex is ready to ready to whisk her away in spite of her family. Will it be necessary?
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Review by: Snookie563 on July 5, 2016 :
Lady Patience Post is on of identical triplets who sometimes get into mischief. The Duke of Danby has summoned them and their mother to come for Christmas. Patience doesn't want to go but if she can keep her kitten, Ashes with her it will be okay. While there, her kitten scratches her and she is in need of doctor care. In comes Dr. Matt Campion. As he is mending her hand, sparks fly between them. It was love at first sight. Ashes causes some trouble and the Duke wants him put outside. Since it is too cold, Dr. Campion says he will keep him for her and she is thrilled.

One day she is visiting Ashes at Matt's cottage, the doctor gets a call to the local inn to help a young boy. Patience decides to go with him to help. Someone told her mother where she was and her mother immediately came and retrieved her. Everyone was so angry and would not listen to Patience so she could explain what she was doing there. She was forbidden to see him. But when two people are in love anything can happen.

This is a great short story. This is my first experience with this author and this series. I will be looking forward to reading more in the series.
I received this book in return for an honest review.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Review by: cail on July 5, 2016 :
Readers will enjoy the whirlwind romance of Lady Patience Post and Dr. Matthew Campion in Lady Patience's Christmas Kitten. Patience, a triplet injured by her adorable kitten, falls in love at first sight with the handsome local doctor. Their speedy romance encounters obstacles while she stays with her relative, the Duke of Danby. Some of the best parts were the extremely realistic kitten antics that Patience, her sisters, and the doctor encounter. Be aware that as a novella, the story is short and the romance quickly escalates.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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