Christmas at Whitefriars

Christmas at Whitefriars

Mary Beckwith lives in a magnificent English castle during the twilight years of the gilded age. With the help of an American millionaire, she has succeeded in renovating her beloved Whitefriars castle into a splendid estate just in time for Christmas.

From across the ocean, millionaire Everett Wooten has spent a fortune propping up Whitefriars to add modern conveniences and rebuild crumbling old walls. Even though he’s never met Mary, they have enjoyed a lively business correspondence over the nine years they have been working toward a renovation. Now he has finally come to see Mary and the castle in person, but nothing is as he was led to believe.

Mary and Everett try to find a way forward, but red-blooded American entrepreneurship doesn’t always mingle with blue-blooded English tradition. Can a Manhattan business tycoon and an English lady come to an accord, or will their joint venture in Whitefriars result in heartbreak for them both?

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  • Nicole

    Originally posted on Inkwell Inspirations“The rest of her life awaited, and she had no idea what it would look like but had faith that it would be good.”With captivating characters and a beautiful...

  • Michelle Griep

    A feel-good Xmas story, plain and simple. Emphasis on plain. Enjoy on an afternoon with a cup of tea, and speaking of tea, this story just wasn't my particular cup. Honestly, I'd give this only 3.5 st...

  • Paula Shreckhise

    Christmas at Whitefriars by Elizabeth Camden is about a crumbling Castle in Yorkshire, England in 1912. Elizabeth Camden is a favorite author writing in my favorite genre.This was an enjoyable trip ba...

  • Tamara

    Christmas At Whitefriars is a wonderful blend of love, showing your vulnerabilities and making sacrifices for those you love. I guess you could say both Mary and Edmund are odd or awkward, but when th...

  • Ashley

    Christmas at Whitefriars was an absolutely wonderful novella that's sure to delight fans of historical romance. With the shorter length, I was afraid I wouldn't like this one as much as Camden's previ...

  • Melissa

    A Sweet Christmas Novella I loved this novella! Mary and Everett were great characters and the storyline was one I enjoyed immensely. Everett’s hidden talent was fun and added a nice element to the ...

  • Loraine

    It's 1912 in Yorkshire England, and Mary Beckwith is continuing with restoration of her family's castle, Whitefriars. Much of the restoration has been funded by Everett Wooten, a wealthy New Yorker, i...

  • Rebecca

    3.5 starsAll of the "feels" of her ancestral home have pitted Mary Beckwith against an investor whose feelings seem to hover continually over his bottom line. When Everett Wooten makes an unexpected s...

  • MJSH

    "It can be frightening to step out into something new. I've been knocked down, but then comes the time to crawl back up onto your feet, start walking, then running, and don't stop until you get where ...

  • Jennifer

    This was a decently developed novella. It wasn't terribly deep, hence the two star (as opposed to my highest ever 3 star rating for a shorter work), but it was a nice way to pass the time. The hero wa...