Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

February 23, 2014

Book Review: Christmas Angel for the Billionaire by Liz Fielding

Autor: Liz Fielding
Published November 10th 2009 by Harlequin
Lady Roseanne Napier has always been in the media spotlight for her high-profile charity work. Now Annie needs a break from being the “nation’s angel” and for just one week she goes undercover…and immediately runs into trouble in the shape of George Saxon.
Christmas Angel for the Billionaire is a very short holiday romance. Annie is famous and needs a few days for herself, so she plans an escape that not even her family knows about, but it's all messed up when her car brakes in the middle of the road.

George is in the middle of a family crisis, his father is at the hospital and his daughter has been expelled from school. Annie calls to his family's business asking for help, and his daughter makes him help her. Annie and George like each other, but first they need to (quickly) solve their personal problems to have their happy ending.

Annie needs to be more confident and sincere with her grandfather and herself, and leave her Christmas trauma behind. George needs to be closer to his daughter, be a good father, and forgive his own father.

The characters are complex and the story could have been longer, but it's too short and everything happens fast. A couple of pages and kisses after, they were ready to spend their future together. It's not really believable, but it's a cute and innocent story to read in a couple of hours.


More about this book at Goodreads, Barnes & NobleAmazon, The Book Depository.

4 comments:

  1. Hmm I'm not sure I really liked rushed stories. If it' going to be a short one at least have some time jumps in there to indicate they've been together a while. :/ I don't think I'll read this, under two stars is a pretty low ranking.

    Check out my book review of a good old classic: http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/2014/02/a-high-wind-in-jamaica-book-review.html

    ReplyDelete
  2. Short stories do make believability difficult. Thanks for sharing though.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Sorry this wasn't for you! I don't like when MC are not very confident, they just sound whiny to me lol Great review!

    ReplyDelete