A Magical Victorian Christmas Review

Monday, November 8, 2021

In 1866, Clara Rose lives a quiet life in her hometown of York, until one day a mysterious Christmas tree appears in the town square. Clara is sure something wonderful is about to happen. The town blacksmith’s nephew, Erik Bauer, is new to town, and his ready smile, love of laughter, and handsome face charms her. Just when things couldn’t be more perfect, the most important man in town, Lord-Lieutenant Bradford, takes an interest in Clara and states his intentions of marrying her. Clara’s once simple life becomes very complicated. As Christmas time approaches, a decision must be made. Does she marry Bradford to secure her future, or go against her father’s wishes and marry the man who speaks to her heart?

A Magical Victorian Christmas shares a magical Christmas season with Clara Rose and Erik Bauer. The characters work together to bring the Christmas spirit to York through the use of "new ideas" and creativity. It was interesting to hear some of the ideas and struggles with adding Christmas traditions that we now take for granted. The story adds to the magical Christmas by having some fairy tale elements, mixed with realism, historical content that matches the time period and a villain that will stop at nothing to satisfy his pride and selfish desires. The story is a sweet Christmas tale and fun romance. Please note that I didn't review the final copy and the author was making edits. Overall, I think it's a fun Christmasy romance that romance fiction readers will enjoy reading. Click here to learn more.

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