Sense Of The Season

Sense Of The SeasonBlush Sensuality Level This Is A Sweet Romance Kisses Only, No Sexual ContentMatilda Blakethorn Is At The Top Of The List Of People William Fletcher Never Wants To Encounter Again She Humiliated Him At The Age Of Nine, And Scared Him Out Of His Wits For Years AfterSo Waking Up After A Night Of Heavy Drinking To Find Her Looming Over Him Is A Bit Of An Unpleasant Surprise Especially Since He Has No Place To Go, Except For The Poorhouse She SupervisesMatty Blakethorn Doesn T Recognize The Bedraggled Stranger Sleeping On The Floor Of St Bartholomew S Almshouse But When He Unwillingly Ends Up Staying, Old Acquaintance Is Renewed While Neither Matty Nor William Is Anxious To Admit The Troubles That Have Driven Them To Such A Humble Place, Christmas Is A Time Of Sharing And Reconciliation When Scandal And Faults Are Revealed, William Must Face His Future And Matty Must Decide Whether She Can Again Deal With The Failing That Destroyed Her LifeA Blush Regency Romance From Ellora S Cave After a night of excess, William Fletcher wakes up in an almshouse and comes face to face with a nightmare from his past a lady who as a child was treated as a pariah She doesn t recognize him at first, and puts him to work to pay for his breakfast Dissolute young men down on their luck aren t the best workers, but for the first time, William looks around and sees the needs of others and how much good the girl he used to despise has been doing for others If he had any money, he d use it to bu After a night of excess, William Fletcher wakes up in an almshouse and comes face to face with a nightmare from his past a lady who as a child was treated as a pariah She doesn t recognize him at first, and puts him to work to pay for his breakfast Dissolute young men down on their luck aren t the best workers, but for the first time, William looks around and sees the needs of others and how much good the girl he used to despise has been doing for others If he had any money, he d use it to buy coal for the almshouse Unfortunately, his pockets are to let.Matty Matilda doesn t understand why William is sticking around the poorhouse when he has well to do relatives right around the corner She s beginning to think there may be some hope for him when he acquires some money to help pay the coal bill until he decides he can double the amount by gambling.Will it be a cold, somber Christmas for Matty and the inmates at the almshouse, or will the Christmas spirit intervene and show both Matty and William there is always hope for redemption and love