CHRISTMAS AT WAYFARER INN
Between her father’s poor health and the lack of business at their family inn, Grace believes that the best way to ensure her parents’ well-being is to sell the inn. But the appearance of a wandering bard, Alaine, turns out to be a miracle in disguise. Though he has no money to pay for his stay, his skills as a bard are bringing in more customers than Grace could ever dream of. Everyone is entranced by Alaine’s charm, including Grace, but she can’t find it in herself to be so selfish as to ask him to stay, especially after she learns a hidden truth about him. Grace left quite the impression on Alaine, as well, for her beauty have captivated him since they first met. Will Alaine be able to figure out his true feelings before it’s too late?
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- very good 5
- JAB 11/01/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
Ohhhhhh. I love this story. I was so good. I love the hero's persistence in trying to help the heroine. I love the heroine for her stubbornness. The image of her holding the axe over her shoulder was especially good. I like that the job was between a bard who was once a knight and a innkeeper's daughter because it's fresh from the old lords and ladies. I like the sweet soothe of the hero tying with the odd chores around the inn and using his music to seduce the heroine. I did like that it was the heroine who initiated the love making part. I also love how the hero's aunt told him to go after this woman. It was a good story to read.
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