Review of Elizabeth Hoyt’s Once Upon a Christmas Eve

It’s the holiday season. A time filled with shopping, baking, and family. But it’s also nice to read a favorite or new romance while snuggled under a blanket and recharge yourself with a little Me Time.

I’ve always been a fan of Elizabeth Hoyt, so I was thrilled to get an Advance Reader’s Copy of her newest Maiden Lane novella, Once Upon a Christmas Eve. Ms. Hoyt is a kick-ass storyteller whose heroes aren’t always sweet, but somehow so appealing. Yep, I’ve got a thing for fictional bad boys and Hoyt excels at creating them.

Once Upon a Christmas Eve is Sarah St. John and Adam Rutledge’s story. Adam, Viscount d’Arque, is a renowned womanizer and Sarah hates rogues. So, we have conflict right from the get-go. But what should they do about the attraction they can’t seem to contain? Don’t you just love a couple that can’t resist each other? I do!

I’m a sucker for enemies-to-lovers romances, so this story hit all the right marks. So, if you’re looking for a fast-paced, sexy, historical romance that you can read in a couple of hours between the rush of the holiday season, then this is the book for you.


Happy holidays!

Renee Ann XXOO



About the reviewer.


Romance Chick Renee Ann Miller writes historical romances that are sometimes witty, sometimes dark, but always sexy. Her debut, Never Dare a Wicked Earl, will be available January 30, 2018.