Chicks, Rogues and Scandals reviews The Captain’s Cornish Christmas

The Captains Cornish Christmas is a charming, witty and sensual romance. …Another winner, really these two wonderful ladies can do nothing wrong in my book, the writing is as always perfect and highly enjoyable. It’s sweet and sexy, with the best laugh out loud moments

Read Frankie’s full review on her blog.

“The Captain’s Cornish Christmas” is available for pre-order now and is published on 11th December on Amazon, Kobo, Nook etc.

The Captain’s Cornish Christmas: an excerpt

I’m really pleased to announce that Catherine and I have a Christmas short story to unleash! “The Captain’s Cornish Christmas” is available to pre-order now on Amazon, Kobo, Nook etc., and is published on 11th December 2018, just in time for the festive season.

For a lonely Cornish lifeboatman and an author who’s more used to crime scenes than love scenes, this Christmas is going to be very merry indeed!

When Jago Treherne agrees to man the Polneath lifeboats one snowy Christmas, he knows he can forget turkey and all the trimmings.

Yet when he boards a seemingly empty yacht and stumbles upon sexy Sam Coryton enjoying an energetic afternoon below decks, Jago soon realizes that he might be unwrapping a very different sort of Christmas gift this year!

Excerpt

Jago frowned as he heard the weather warning come in over the radio. It was the last thing he needed on Christmas Eve.

He barely noticed the cold sting of the sea spray striking his face as he powered the rescue boat over the waves. There hadn’t been an SOS, but he had left Polneath harbor anyway. Sam Coryton and his yacht, Morveren, hadn’t returned to the marina, and with bad weather moving in and little daylight left, Jago knew he would have to go out to find him.

No response on the radio. No distress flares sighted.

Jago kept his grip firm on the wheel, his jaw set with determination.

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The Novel Approach reviews The Captain’s Ghostly Gamble

Ah, there’s angst…a little. There’s romance in spades. The lighthearted banter between the two ghostly men draws you in, and when the two spirits finally realize what we, the reader, knew all along—that they belong together—your heart will heave a happy sigh. This story paces really well for a novella, and has a definite buildup, climax, and conclusion. It’s totally engaging, with colorful characters—there’s a ghost cat for heaven’s sake—and it’s a pleasure to read. Curzon and Harkstead have a definite knack for scene setting and that comes through clearly. I definitely recommend this story for anyone wanting a ghostly short story that is sweet, funny, endearing and romantic. I have loved this series and recommend not just this novella but all the books.

Read Carrie’s full review at The Novel Approach.

Universal Amazon link for “The Captain’s Ghostly Gamble” mybook.to/ghostlygamble