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The Heiress and the Hothead [PDF / EPUB] The Heiress and the Hothead Return to the beloved Sinful Suitors series from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries in this delightfully sexy winter themed novella Stunned by the heat of an unexpected k and the Epub â Return to the beloved Sinful Suitors series from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries in this delightfully sexy winter themed novella Stunned by the heat of an unexpected kiss on a cold winter s The Heiress PDF or eve, two strangers from vastly different worlds turn hotheaded principles into burning passion in Sabrina Jeffries s charming yuletide story, The Heiress and the HotheadCan also be found in the anthology, What Happened Under the Mistletoe.

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  • ebook
  • 88 pages
  • The Heiress and the Hothead
  • Sabrina Jeffries
  • English
  • 01 September 2019
  • 1501147528

About the Author: Sabrina Jeffries

and the Epub â Sabrina Jeffries is the NYT bestselling author of over novels and works of short fiction some written under the pseudonyms Deborah Martin and Deborah Nicholas Whatever time not spent writing in a coffee fueled haze of dreams The Heiress PDF or and madness is spent traveling with her husband and adult autistic son or indulging in one of her passions jigsaw puzzles, chocolate, and music With over million books in print in different languages, the North Carolina author Heiress and the Kindle ´ never regrets tossing aside a budding career in academics for the sheer joy of writing fun fiction, and hopes that one day a book of hers will end up saving the world She always dreams big.



10 thoughts on “The Heiress and the Hothead

  1. says:

    The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries is a 2016 Pocket Star publication Sweet Emblem of returning peaceThe heart s full gush, and love s release Spirts in human fondness flowAnd greet the pearly Mistletoe AnonymousThis holiday novella is centered around the treatment of mill workers and the horrible practice of hiring underage staff and subjecting them to long hours, little pay, and dangerous work conditions Amanda is from America, an heiress, running a successful mill, but has tr The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries is a 2016 Pocket Star publication Sweet Emblem of returning peaceThe heart s full gush, and love s release Spirts in human fondness flowAnd greet the pearly Mistletoe AnonymousThis holiday novella is centered around the treatment of mill workers and the horrible practice of hiring underage staff and subjecting them to long hours, little pay, and dangerous work conditions Amanda is from America, an heiress, running a successful mill, but has traveled to England to see why their businesses areprofitable She encounters Stephen, a man on a mission, to report on the unsafe environment of mills He lumps Amanda in with the worst of the lot, sparking a challenge between them, and a little chemistry too Can Amanda prove she s not all the other mill owners Can she calm Stephen s hot temper and join forces with him to make positive changes Maybe with a little help from the Christmas spirit, a sly kiss under the mistletoe and a little soul searching I liked this story because it featured an American, a dedicated business woman, and a little action and adventure, and meaty plot line for such a short story It should be noted that this story appears in the holiday anthology What Happens Under the Mistletoe Sinful Suitors 1.5 which was released last year, something I didn t see mentioned in the blurb

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    This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life.This was a nice short story I sometimes enjoy a complete story that can be read and a single sitting and this one had a lot of great things going for it This story is listed as being part of a series but it reads perfectly well as a stand alone I was pulled into the story almost immediately and found myself really enjoying myself as I read.This story focuses on Amanda, who owns a cotton mill in America, and Stephen, who is working hard on This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life.This was a nice short story I sometimes enjoy a complete story that can be read and a single sitting and this one had a lot of great things going for it This story is listed as being part of a series but it reads perfectly well as a stand alone I was pulled into the story almost immediately and found myself really enjoying myself as I read.This story focuses on Amanda, who owns a cotton mill in America, and Stephen, who is working hard on factory reform Stephen assumes that Amanda s factory has to similar to the ones he has witnessed Amanda is a different kind of factory owner She actually cares about her employees and works hard to ensure their safety Amanda agrees to an interview with Stephen but only if he introduces her to some of his sources I liked Amanda and Stephen as a couple They have immediate chemistry with each other from the start of the story even though they disagree on just about everything As they spendtime with each other, they both learn that things are not always as it seems I loved the sections of the book with the mistletoe it was just a lot of fun.My only complaint about this story was the oddly placed sex scene I don t feel like a sex scene is a necessity in a romance novel although I do enjoy them when they are well written and help advance the plot A sex scene squeezed into a book in an unnatural location isn t sexy This pair are in a burning building and it looks like they are going to perish Do they keep working to find a way out No They decide that this is the perfect time to have sex It just didn t feel realistic to me at all.I would recommend this novella to fans of historical romance I had a lot of fun reading the story even with the oddly place sex scene The characters were fun and intelligent I plan to readof Sabrina Jeffries work in the future I received an advance reader edition of this book from Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books via NetGalley.Initial ThoughtsNice short storybut with an oddly placed sex scene

  3. says:

    The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries is book 1.5 in the Sinful Suitors series This is the story of Stephen and Amanda Please take into consideration that this book was included in the What Happens Under the Mistletoe book collection that was published last year In addition it is a Novella with about 90 pages This is also easily a standalone book With all that being said I truly loved this book and Ms Jeffries books Ms Jeffries is one of my favorite authors So I was glad The Heiress and the Hothead by Sabrina Jeffries is book 1.5 in the Sinful Suitors series This is the story of Stephen and Amanda Please take into consideration that this book was included in the What Happens Under the Mistletoe book collection that was published last year In addition it is a Novella with about 90 pages This is also easily a standalone book With all that being said I truly loved this book and Ms Jeffries books Ms Jeffries is one of my favorite authors So I was glad to see this being released on its own this year with it beautiful cover Amanda is Jeremy s sisterJeremy was the hero in the first book The Art of Sinning Amanda owns the family mills in America Stephen is Warren s younger brother Warren s story I will be in The Danger of Desire book number 3 in this series Stephen is working on factory reform and wants to talk to Amanda about her Mills They both have been thinking badly about the other but have never really met So when share a kiss and start to learnof who the other one isthings start to take off towards love My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read

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    2 helmsPlease follow me on my blog Review originally posted on Vellum VoyagesDear Romance Novel Authors,Please do not place a sex scene in a novel just for the sake of a sex scene, I really would prefer a passionate kiss rather than an ill placed sex scene inside a burning mill.Thank You VVP.S I don t read romance novels for sex I read them so that I can get lost in someone else s life and escape mine I read them so that I can relive the joyous occasions from my own life through the chara 2 helmsPlease follow me on my blog Review originally posted on Vellum VoyagesDear Romance Novel Authors,Please do not place a sex scene in a novel just for the sake of a sex scene, I really would prefer a passionate kiss rather than an ill placed sex scene inside a burning mill.Thank You VVP.S I don t read romance novels for sex I read them so that I can get lost in someone else s life and escape mine I read them so that I can relive the joyous occasions from my own life through the characters When I can relate and empathize with the characters, even better view spoiler Yes, you read that right The H h had sex in a burning mill while they were trapped, against the hot stone wall I can assume it was hot since there was a raging fire..Oh yeah she had smoke inhalation the next day should have refrained from those lusty gasps of air and not sure about her outcome from the hot stone happy ending massage Romances are getting hotter these days especially since Fifty Shades erupted off the shelves ugh there s a demand for hot, hotter and hottest sex but Sabrina Jeffries really takes the steam for an inferno sex scene Novellas are HARD I get it As an author, you have to create a believable relationship, i love yous, happy endings, weddings etc within a 100 pages or so THIS HAD SO MUCH POTENTIAL Initially, the first five pages are meh but when the H h start sparring about their passion for cotton mills, it gets interesting Miss Amanda Keane is an American cotton mill heiress who is visiting her brother in England for Christmas Lord Stephen Corry is one of the invited guests at the Christmas house party He is an enthusiastic journalist of underage mill hiring practices who defies his station for this just cause In his experience, all mill owners are irresponsible when it comes to the welfare of working children, and he makes the mistake of categorizing Amanda with them She is a passionate owner who is not just ethical but also compassionate, and sparks fly when Stephen and Amanda try to each prove their point It was all going well with the story..and then..fireTHAT SCENE.and then THIS scene.Lord Knightford guest from the house party who is also part of the rescue party pops his head through the upper window of the burning mill isn t this mill burning and it went something like this Lord Knightford Oh hey Old Boy the mill workers are saying there s another exit to the blocked millLord Stephen Ms Amanda Where is it Lord Knightford errrrr..umm.BRBLike seriously There s a blazing inferno at a cotton mill, two people are trapped in it, they know how quickly one of these fires can burn but yet they have sex during the fire, inside the mill and afterwards, a rescuer is casually bandying about, without a sense of urgency and the lack of knowledge of crucial information during a crisis AFTER he has spoken to mill workers who know the mill inside out WTF I think what really got to me was how trivially the fire was portrayed.I felt the sense of urgency of a powerful, raging force ready to engulf anything in its path when the scene was first described and there was build up of drama and the scenes that followed led to intimacy in an inappropriate situation and idiocy, which looses the reader completely What I did love was the use of historical fun facts of Victorian Christmas traditions of mistletoe berries and how it was used to shape the story Ms Jeffries s historical research shines through this novella I learnt a lot and she does choose a particularly difficult conflict scenario for a novella and handled it well The meeting of two people, forming an attraction and resolving the conflict of distance from two different parts of the world in Victorian England is not the easiest thing to write about within a few pages so that was a very commendable effort indeed hide spoiler Well, I definitely had a lot to say about such a short little novella It is worth reading just to get to those silly scenes and have your say.I wonder if that mill scene had anything to do with the title.curious and curioser Thank you Sabrina Jeffries, Netgalley Pocket Star Books for the ARC This title was previously published under the Anthology What Happens Under the Mistletoe

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    This is the second time I read this fun holiday novella The first time was in the anthology, What Happens Under the Mistletoe a delightful read, loaded with holiday romance.Sabrina Jeffries brings us a quick Christmas romance in this offshoot story from the Sinful Suitors series and a sweet one it is Fiery passion and some naughty hookups between two strangers leads to a delightful story that, while short in words, is long in entertainment.This author never disappoints and neither does this s This is the second time I read this fun holiday novella The first time was in the anthology, What Happens Under the Mistletoe a delightful read, loaded with holiday romance.Sabrina Jeffries brings us a quick Christmas romance in this offshoot story from the Sinful Suitors series and a sweet one it is Fiery passion and some naughty hookups between two strangers leads to a delightful story that, while short in words, is long in entertainment.This author never disappoints and neither does this story I always look forward to her books

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    Sinful Suitors 1.5I requested this an arc from NetGalley not realising I had already read it as part of the What Happens Under the Mistletoe anthology It s a sweet little short set at a Christmas House party hosted by characters from a previous book Received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

  7. says:

    3.5 starsI am going to dismiss TWO things that rather bothered me the first kissing scene between Stephen and Amanda are TOTALLY different with the scene written as part of the epilogue in The Art of Sinning I have only finished reading that first book, so the scene was still fresh in my head, and that was why the inconsistency bothered me so And second, I am dismissing the short time span of them falling in love.If I close my eyes of those two things this is one good example of TWO stro 3.5 starsI am going to dismiss TWO things that rather bothered me the first kissing scene between Stephen and Amanda are TOTALLY different with the scene written as part of the epilogue in The Art of Sinning I have only finished reading that first book, so the scene was still fresh in my head, and that was why the inconsistency bothered me so And second, I am dismissing the short time span of them falling in love.If I close my eyes of those two things this is one good example of TWO strong personalities butting head, and in the end making good compromise about their different views I loved their arguments, both had good points and reasons But at the same time, they also learned about the others in progress.I would love to rounded up my rating because of that, if not for ONE SILLY THING that annoyed me eventhat those two I mentioned above That Amanda would beg for Stephen to, well, make a woman out of her, by them having sex, because she thought they would die WOMAN, PLEASE PRIORITIES I rolled my eyes so hard because of that I couldn t dismiss it So rounded down indeed

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    it s a very short book, where things happened very quickly for the lead characters characters in this series make frequent appearances and it got a little tedious reading about the same people shuffling in and out creating artificial scenarios Stephen, the hothead, was some kind of an activist advocating social reforms he wanted to expose the rich, how they had exploited the working class Amanda, the heiress, was his next target they met under a mistletoe, so a kiss by mistake led them both it s a very short book, where things happened very quickly for the lead characters characters in this series make frequent appearances and it got a little tedious reading about the same people shuffling in and out creating artificial scenarios Stephen, the hothead, was some kind of an activist advocating social reforms he wanted to expose the rich, how they had exploited the working class Amanda, the heiress, was his next target they met under a mistletoe, so a kiss by mistake led them both on a shortcut to passion and love there really wasn t anything else to say about this book I read it in less than 20 minutes It s not an awful read because of Sabrina Jeffries, but I do wish she would write something that issubstantial in terms of content I checked her books and saw that I have never rated any of her booksthan 3 stars That means none of them had ever made me feel for the characters They are pure light entertainment and one can only read so much of the same kind of light entertainment from the same writer This review is for an ARC I received on NetGalley from the publisher

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    I have no idea why I decided to read a Christmas novella on a scorching June day, but hey that s just me being normal.I never tend to take novellas seriously because let s admit it, only really capable writers can pull off a book of this length without making it too lacking Sooo I guess it was really normal to kiss under a mistletoe in a 19th century ballroom full of strangers I did a research on it and I guess it s true but it still kinda bugs me in a weird way Oh well Anyway, what reall I have no idea why I decided to read a Christmas novella on a scorching June day, but hey that s just me being normal.I never tend to take novellas seriously because let s admit it, only really capable writers can pull off a book of this length without making it too lacking Sooo I guess it was really normal to kiss under a mistletoe in a 19th century ballroom full of strangers I did a research on it and I guess it s true but it still kinda bugs me in a weird way Oh well Anyway, what really ground my gears was the epic sex scene view spoiler in which they shagged against the wall in a burning mill They got trapped, the mill got on fire and started burning down and they just started fucking LMAO hide spoiler I actually liked Amanda for being a capable businesswoman but disliked Stephen, he was a bit too much of a hothead but I liked how he proclaimed his love for her in the end by saying that he was perfectly willing to follow her to the ends of the earth You do not see often in HR novels heroes giving up everything and heroines who are actuallycapable than them so that was refreshing but now developed enough.I would recommend this one only to those who really love Christmas novellas and do not have anything better to read, honestly.P.S Clarissa was unbelievably irritating here and I think I ll hate her when she gets her own novel

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    Amanda owns a cotton mill in America and has traveled overseas visiting the mills there When a night out brings Stephen into Amanda s life by way of mistletoe the two don t immediately see eye to eye Stephen has his own views of the factories and has dedicated his life to seeing changes made to the unfair work practices and doesn t believe that Amanda is a completely different type of owner in the way she runs her factory across the sea and cares about her workers The Heiress and the Hothead Amanda owns a cotton mill in America and has traveled overseas visiting the mills there When a night out brings Stephen into Amanda s life by way of mistletoe the two don t immediately see eye to eye Stephen has his own views of the factories and has dedicated his life to seeing changes made to the unfair work practices and doesn t believe that Amanda is a completely different type of owner in the way she runs her factory across the sea and cares about her workers The Heiress and the Hothead is book 1.5 in the Sinful Suitors series The book is a relatively short read and can easily be read as a standalone novel if you haven t read any other books in this series This particular story had actually been previously released in another collection but is now being published by itself Being a shorter read this one is a very fast paced romance with the instant chemistry between two characters turning into something a bitover a relatively short time span Even with it being a historical romance there are still some steamier moments between the pair so be warned if you prefer a cleaner read Enjoyed the characters and setting with this quick read and would recommend checking it out for the fans of a quick romance I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley Forreviews please visit

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