A Tale of Two Hearts by Michelle Griep ~ Review

My Review:

Mina Scott works at her father's inn, she has a big heart, and a love of Charles Dickens's stories. When one of their regular customers asks her to pose as his wife in order to make a good impression on his uncle who is choosing an heir, between himself and his conniving cousin, she agrees to help him out. But as their lie grows out of control, Percy's evil plans are revealed. Mina and William must work together to come clean and save William's beloved uncle from a terrible fate.

A heartwarming Christmas tale, written with a nod to Dickens' signature style. Mina is a hardworking young woman, with a big heart, and a love for novels by Charles Dickens. She works with her father at his inn. Mina's father is strict, but he ultimately loves her dearly.

William has worked hard to reform himself after losing everything due to past indiscretions. He wants to put his best foot forward, but in so doing he finds himself lying to the ones that he loves most.

An enjoyable read with likable characters, engaging plot, with a heartwarming Dickensian charm. I loved Uncle Barlow, he is a clever, sweet natured man, with an appreciation for literature and loyalty. Well written, charming, great tension, yet heartwarming, with characters that I could cheer for--overall a great Christmas story. A great feel-good read, definitely worth the read!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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