Review: Lady Louisa’s Christmas Knight – Grace Burrowes

No one would ever guess that Lady Louisa, the most reserved of the Duke of Moreland’s daughters, had published a book of racy poems under a pseydonym on a dare. Before she can buy and destroy all of the copies, a dastardly fortune hunter seeks to compromise her reputation by revealing her secret identity at a holiday ball.

Before she can be publicly ruined, close family friend Sir Joseph Carrington saves the day by offering to marry Louisa. As he recites poetry to her, waltzes with her by starlight, and showers her with lovely kisses, they both begin to discover that their match may be the best Christmas gift either has ever received…
My thoughts:
Lady Louisa is finally getting her man, not that she was looking though. All the sisters seem to be happy with what they have at the moment. Let’s start.
There are secrets, but to be honest, the secrets in this series are all pretty lame. Though I did like her secret, that made sense with her choices. We learn it almost at once too. Joseph’s secret, oh that was the lame one, I did not know why he even bothered with that one. But then this is not about secrets. For me these books are about romance.
Louisa needs a knight in shining armor and her widowed neighbor Sir Joseph comes to the rescue. They are already acquainted, but here they learn to know each other better, and fall in love.
The story worked (even if his secret was lame but he is a man so they are all silly ;). The love grows and I could see it. Sure it all takes place during a short period of time but still it works. And as always the book is light and so easy to read that the pages just fly by. You have to read on.
And yes it does work as a stand alone too.

A nice historical romance

Series:  (The Duke’s Daughters, #3) (Windham #6)
Genre: Historical romance
Pages: 384
Published: October 1st 2012 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Source: For review


33 thoughts on “Review: Lady Louisa’s Christmas Knight – Grace Burrowes

  1. The Reading-ista says:

    Too bad the the secret was lame. Oh, those silly men. I do enjoy reading books that take place at Christmas, no matter how silly. I dare say that I have enjoyed even the right down tacky when it comes to Christmas reads. I will probably really enjoy this one. Thank you for your review.

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