Thursday, 15 September 2016

Miss Goodhue lives for a night - Kate Noble

Cecilia Goodhue is a schoolteacher with a past, living with her sister and her husband in a tiny English village. Resigned to a quiet life, Cecilia is surprised when she finds out that her young cousin has run off with a man of no means.

Cecilia had once been a teenaged girl who also fell for a young man’s charms—only to be devastated by his betrayal. Determined to not let her cousin meet the same fate, she heads off to London to but is shocked when her investigation leads her right to the front door of the very man who broke her heart: Theo Hudson.

Together, they reluctantly embark on finding her cousin and returning her to her family. During their searching in London, it soon becomes clear that they both remember their short-lived romance differently and perhaps now, years later, they have a fresh chance at love. 

My thoughts:
This was a cute and funny novella. Yes there has been a misunderstanding, but it was not dragged out forever, they actually talked and understood that there had been a misunderstanding. I know, it's hard to believe, but people talk about things in this book.

We have Cecilia who eloped at 16, and now lives with her sister and ass of a brother in law. But it's a good enough life, she does like teaching. She can not forgive the one she eloped with.

Theo was the one she eloped with and he can not forgive her either.

They meet again. They need to find Cecilia's cousin. They talk, they flirt and live happily ever after.

Conclusion:
It was cute, short and nice. Noble does not disappoint.

Cover
Ok

ebook, 144 pages
Expected publication: September 19th 2016 by Pocket Star
Winner Takes All #2.5
Historical romance, novella
NG


36 comments:

  1. Sounds like a light fast read! :)
    Haniya
    booknauthors.blogspot.com

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  2. I am curious what the big misunderstanding was.

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  3. I don't read that many novellas anymore, but they can be relaxing when cute and easy.

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  4. That sounds like a nice, quick read. This is a new to me author.

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  5. I love it when characters talk things out and don't let misunderstandings rule. Kate Noble is someone I want to read.

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  6. Love when a novella works out nicely :D

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  7. Hmm, how does a couple go from eloping to not forgiving each other? Now I'm curious about what happened to cause their falling out.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  8. It sounds nice, I like the cover too

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  9. They actually talked? *gasps* This does sound lovely!

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    1. I know, talking, who would have imagined it

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  10. oh its good to know that this author doesn't disappoint!!!! I have been curious about her.

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