The Dishevelled Duke Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead

The Dishevelled Duke Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short story (58 pages)
Other: M/M
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Will a photographer be swept off his feet by a duke who’s more dishevelled than dashing?

It’s Valentine’s Day and it’s Billy last shift at The Chelsea Bunn. His photography career never took off, so it’s time to leave London, parcel up the leftover heart-shaped cakes and head back home to Hampshire.
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Rumpled Charlie and his two mischievous dogs are Billy’s favourite customers, so when Charlie turns up at closing time with a mysterious wrapped gift and the offer of a whirlwind trip on the London Eye, Billy can’t say no. But Charlie is keeping a secret that could turn Billy’s world happily upside down.

As the snow falls over London and the big wheel grinds to a halt, Billy discovers that wishes aren’t just for Christmas.

When you feel you are as low as you can go, sometimes the only way left it up. This is what happens to Billy. His dreams in London have come to nothing and he is about to close his last shift without even being able to say goodbye to his favourite customer.

This is a short and sweet novella, the steamiest bit being when they kiss. Billy and Charlie make quite the couple but, if I’m honest, I can’t decide if I like them or not. They seem to feature a bit too many of the delightful English idiosyncrasies which, when put together, gives the whole story a bumbling feel to it. I don’t mind a bit but this seemed to be a deluge.

Being as it is only a novella, you don’t get too much depth or history from the pair of them, apart from the occasional memory. Saying that, the pacing is good, with it moving along nicely.

This was a nice short story guaranteed to while away half an hour or so. Not one of my favourites from this pair of authors but still an enjoyable read.

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