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Review : The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries


Writing- Excellent
Sex- One scene, not elaborate
Violence- None
Narration- 1st person


** ARC provided by the author for an honest review **

Setting December 18, 1829

In continuation of the Sinful Suitors series; The Heiress and The Hothead written by the wonderful Sabrina Jeffereies gives you Lord Stephen Curry an Englishman, journalist who is an advocate for those that work in the English cotton mills. His Lordship speaks for those who can not speak up against the cruelty of how the mills are being ran. To help conquer his next article he seeks out Miss Amanda Keane, an American heiress who owns her own cotton mills. 

With the tradition of a kiss under a mistletoe; their encounter sparks interest and when both become more acquainted with one another an attraction forms. Even though both Amanda and his Lordship have come from different paths, they can’t stop their lustful emotions for one another. 

Amanda decides to help Lord Stephen in his quest for information in return for his knowledge of the inner workings of the English mills so she can apply back to her own mills in America. When one of the town’s mills has an emergency and both are trapped, their passion becomes inflamed and both can no longer contain it. 

“...Because I am perfectly willing to follow you to the ends of the earth.” 

Can Amanda and Lord Stephen put aside their pride and open up themselves to one another or will their passion to the mills break their bond?  

A surprise kiss under the mistletoe, plus two independent, opinionated characters equals a great winter romance by Sabrina Jefferies. From the first chapter til the end, Ms. Jeffereies en captures you with this HEA. 

4 Stars for this Christmas romance. 

Reviewed by Allyson S. for B&B Books Blog