My review will be rather brief because I do not want to give away too much of the story. I hope it is enough to make you want to read it too. It will be well worth your time.
To give you an idea of what it is about, here is the blurb.
This story was inspired by my favorite Christmas movie, “It’s A Wonderful Life” with Jimmy Stewart. Whilst my story does not follow that plot, I wanted to write a tale about an angel who helps Elizabeth Bennet one bleak Christmas. Here is the blurb for “An Angel In Her Pocket.”
Life had been hard for Elizabeth Bennet in the months since she refused Mr. Darcy’s proposal at Kent. Lydia eloped with Mr. Wickham, and her father died shortly thereafter. Mr. Collins took possession of Longbourn, forcing her family to live apart to survive. She and Jane left to live in London with the Gardiners, and Elizabeth’s hope of finding employment there was fading quickly as Christmas approached.
Grace Angelini is on a mission from St. Peter to right a wrong. For her plan to work, Fitzwilliam Darcy has to overcome his pride and propose to Elizabeth Bennet a second time, although neither is a part of the other’s circle. Undeterred, Grace does her best to unite the couple by securing a position for Elizabeth as Darcy’s goddaughter’s governess.
Will Grace’s help prove to be a blessing or a curse when Elizabeth’s position is put in peril through no fault of her own?
You’ll find the answer in “An Angel in Her Pocket.”
My share in the conversation...
An Angel in Her Pocket is such a delightful story. I loved every minute of it. Brenda J. Webb did an excellent job with the writing and editing of her Christmas story. I was invested from the beginning and was sorely disappointed when I had to stop reading for the rest of the day! I couldn't wait to start reading again and see how the angel, Grace, was going to bring Darcy and Lizzy together.
There was a puppy and a young girl in this story! It was enjoyable seeing Darcy and Elizabeth interact with both.
I loved Darcy and Lizzy, and the author kept them true to their characters. I will stop here because I do not want to give any spoilers. It's short, delightful, and easy on the pocketbook. Don't miss this one!
I'm giving away one eBook copy of this novella, An Angel in Her Pocket, by Brenda J. Webb. It may be after Christmas, but this story is good any time of the year!
Let me know if you have read it. What did you think? Would you like a chance to win it? If so, leave a comment below. Be sure I have your contact information. Thanks to everyone, and good luck. The giveaway ends Saturday, the 6th of February at midnight, Central Time. The giveaway is US only. I'm sorry for that, but unless there is a way to gift it to you through Amazon, I'm limited to US only.
Thanks for your review, Janet! The premise for "An Angel in her Pocket" sounds delightful, and if Brenda wrote it, it must be great! :)ReplyDelete
It is good, Kelly. I hope you get to read it soon. Thanks for stopping by.Delete
I think the story sounds wonderful, and it would be enjoyable even though the Christmas season is over. I enjoy Brenda's stories, so I want to enter the giveaway!ReplyDelete
You are entered, Jennie. It is lovely and I hope you get to read it soon.Delete
I love that movie and this is fun that Brenda was influenced by it to write a P&P variation from it. I think I must.ReplyDelete
I love that movie too, Sophia Rose, and Brenda "did it proud," with her variation. Good luck!Delete
Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this delightful story. Your enthusiasm for it is infectious and I look forward to reading it.
Stay safe. 🍀
Hi Mary! I hope you get to read it soon. It is delightful!Delete
Lovely review, Janet. I have this on my wish list and hope to move it to my TBR list in the near future. There is something 'special' about have an angel in one's life!ReplyDelete
I agree with you, Carole! It is something special! Thanks for stopping by.Delete
I haven't read this, but just added it to my wish list. Angels are good even if it isn't Christmas!ReplyDelete
Agreed. Robin, I need a way to contact you, if you want to be entered in the give away.Delete
I have not read it but I can see that I need to. I have it on my wish-list. I love the movie 'It's a Wonderful Life' and any reference to it always makes me smile. We all need a reality check so we can understand and see that we each make a difference in our circle of influence even when we don't know about it. Good luck to all in the drawing. I would love a copy. Thanks for hosting, Janet. And, thanks for the recommendation.ReplyDelete
Your words are so true, Jeanne. What you said made me pause and think. Thank you for sharing your reality check. I love the movie too. I hope you get to read Brenda's book soon. It made me smile and feel good, too. I'm glad you stopped by. Good luck.Delete
The story sounds lovely!ReplyDelete
It is a lovely story. Sometimes, we all need a story that just makes us feel good. This one did that for me. Good luck and thank you for stopping by.Delete
Absolutely loved it. Perfect for the holidays or anytime of year just as you said. The little dog and little girl were so cute and Mr. Darcy is as always swoon worthy. Thanks for sharing. I have the book so good luck to all.ReplyDelete
Darcy was swoon-worthy! Thanks for stopping by, Jen.Delete
I had my eye on this novella since it came out. I'm glad that it is a short read because I can finish it and move on to the next Austen-themed book.ReplyDelete
I would be delighted if I can win this e-book, Janet. My Amazon US account allows me to receive Kindle editions so hope I'll be considered for the giveaway. Thank you for offering the giveaway.
You will definitely be considered for the giveaway, Sylvia! Good luck.Delete
What a lovely review. Thank you for a chance to win a copy. I alway watch It’s a wonderful life at Christmas time....a true classic.ReplyDelete
It is a good movie to watch at Christmas. I think you will love this too. Thanks for commenting.Delete