Under the Pear Tree

Under the Pear Tree By JuliaKelly, Under the Pear Tree This is a word short story December Eleanor Morris has loved Lord Michael Hawley from afar for years She d hoped that her family s annual Christmas visit to Michael s home would give he
  • Title: Under the Pear Tree
  • Author: JuliaKelly
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  • Under the Pear Tree By JuliaKelly, This is a 2,000 word short story December 24, 1883 Eleanor Morris has loved Lord Michael Hawley from afar for years She d hoped that her family s annual Christmas visit to Michael s home would give her a chance to catch his attention, but after days of failed flirtation she s convinced he ll never see her as anything but his best friend s sister Michael is determin This is a 2,000 word short story December 24, 1883 Eleanor Morris has loved Lord Michael Hawley from afar for years She d hoped that her family s annual Christmas visit to Michael s home would give her a chance to catch his attention, but after days of failed flirtation she s convinced he ll never see her as anything but his best friend s sister Michael is determined to finally let Eleanor know how ardently he loves her He s been carrying around her Christmas present with him for days now All he needs is a little time alone with her to let her know exactly how he feels.
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    1. JuliaKelly

      Julia Kelly is the bestselling author of sexy historical romances about smart women and the men who love them She also writes fast paced contemporary romances under the name Julia Blake She picked up her first romance novel and the bad habit of reading well past her bedtime when she was thirteen Years later, she decided to try writing books of her own and never looked back.An Emmy nominated TV producer and recovering journalist, Julia has called Los Angeles, Iowa, New York, and England home She never met a pair of stilettos she didn t love and still stays up too late reading.

    234 thoughts on “Under the Pear Tree”

    1. It was poignantly endearing but I have an issue about the word OKAY Although upon Googling, this particular word has been around 175 years ago but since I am used to the works of Georgette Heyer, Julie Garwood, Judith McNaught, Mary Balogh, Johanna Linsey et al, and they never used OKAY on their historicals or regencies, so it stuck out like a sore thumb for me and the only flaw in an otherwise flawless work And believe me, it has a jarring effect like chalk scraping a blackboard.


    2. I received this book on Instafreebie for an honest review Really short, I guess sweet but over before anything interesting happened From this sample I probably won t investigate this author further.




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