So a Regency Christmas was a much quieter, less commercial affair than the day we will enjoy in 2018. I’m not Scrooge, screaming “Bah, humbug!” at every manifestation of the festive season, but a hint of Regency subtlety mightn’t go astray at my local shopping centre which, as I write this, is groaning under a weight of tinsel and ribbon, and playing Rudolf, the Red-Nosed Reindeer on repeat.
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Her Christmas Earl: To save her sister from scandal, Philippa Sanders ventures into a rake’s bedroom – and into his power. Now only a hurried Christmas marriage can rescue her reputation.
A Pirate for Christmas: What is vicar’s daughter Bess Farrar to do when the dashing new earl, the man gossip paints as a ruthless pirate, kisses her on their first meeting? Why, kiss him right back of course!
Mistletoe and the Major: After years of war, Major Lord Canforth returns to England a hero. Now he faces his greatest battle—to win the heart of the wife he hasn’t seen since their wedding.
A Match Made in Mistletoe: Serena Talbot makes a wish on the mistletoe—but the mistletoe gets it wrong! A Christmas of chaos and confusion lies ahead. Will mistletoe magic lead to a happy ending?