Vim Charpentier's worst memories are of Christmases spent with family in Kent, so when he has an excuse to tarry for a few days in London, he willingly lends a hand helping Sophie and her new little charge become acquainted. The growing attraction he shares with Sophie warms both their spirits, but when Sophie's three brothers arrive (from the East) to whisk her away, Vim has to decide between facing his memories, or letting the Christmas gift of a lifetime slip through his fingers. description taken from here.
I really enjoyed Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish, Burrowes was so descriptive when writing about the baby, that I fell in love with even this small character. The rest of the characters as well were also wonderfully well written and very likable. I liked seeing a man (Vim) being so calm and knowing around a baby, it was refreshing; especially so as Sophie didn't know how to care for a baby.
The story line was very cute and the romance felt heartfelt. Great book!
Until Next Time,
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