Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Release Day Review: The Captain's Cornish Christmas by Catherine Curzon & Elizabeth Harkstead

Genre: Contemporary
Length: 64 pages
Publisher: Pride
Release: 11th December 2018


For a lonely Cornish lifeboatman and an author who’s more used to crime scenes than love scenes, this Christmas is going to be very merry indeed!

When Jago Treherne agrees to man the Polneath lifeboats one snowy Christmas, he knows he can forget turkey and all the trimmings.

Yet when he boards a seemingly empty yacht and stumbles upon sexy Sam Coryton enjoying an energetic afternoon below decks, Jago soon realizes that he might be unwrapping a very different sort of Christmas gift this year!

4.5 Stars!

This was such a lovely, feelgood short! It was very complete, despite it being so short, actually. Jago and Sam were really likable, even if Jago was a bit on the grumpy side, LOL. Still, they just complemented each other brilliantly and I was left with a big smile that they'd found their way to each other, or rather that Sam had finally made his way into Jago's life and his heart and showed Jago he was the person he had been longing for. Very recommendable!

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

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