Caroline Saves the Blacksmith by Nina Jarrett
A fallen woman. A haunted blacksmith. When the holidays force them together, can they mend their broken hearts?
She has a dark past that she must keep a secret. He has a dark past he wishes to forget. The magic of the festive season might be the key to unlocking a fiery new passion.
She will not repeat her past mistakes …
Caroline Brown once made an unforgivable mistake with a handsome earl, betraying a beloved friend in the process. Now she is rebuilding her life as the new owner of a dressmaking shop in the busy town of Chatternwell. She is determined to guard her heart from all men, including the darkly handsome blacksmith, until the local doctor requests her help on the night before Christmas.
He can’t stop thinking about her …
William Jackson has avoided relationships since his battle wounds healed, but the new proprietress on his street is increasingly in his thoughts, which is why he is avoiding her at all costs. But an unexpected injury lays him up on Christmas Eve and now the chit is mothering him in the most irritating and delightful manner.
Can the magic of the holiday season help two broken souls overcome their dark pasts to form a blissful union?
Caroline Saves the Blacksmith is the delightful next chapter in the Inconvenient Brides Regency romance series. If you like worthy heroes, fast-paced plots, and enduring connections, then you’ll adore Nina Jarrett’s charming novel. Can be read as a standalone book.
Buy Caroline Saves the Blacksmith for a tale of holiday passion today!
What Readers Are Saying:
★★★★★ “One of the best Christmas romances I have ever read!” – Marion L.
★★★★★ “Not only is this my all-time favorite Christmas historical romance, this is one of my favorite historical romances ever. It is dreamy and Christmasy and beautiful and full of gorgeous dresses.” – hhbennett25
★★★★★ “The chemistry between these two just leapt off the page! Grand book!!” – txyankeeny
★★★★★ “I love both Caroline and William. They are complex characters with complex emotional baggage from their separate pasts.” – E Prime