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Barnes & Noble
happy to be part of this new Christmas anthology
which features 13 never-before-published Regency
Christmas novellas—all for just $.99 during our
readers will get to revisit all three Lords of
Eton and their ladies while getting a brand new
romance. The younger brother of the heroine of
Last Duke Standing is coming home from the
Peninsula for Christmas to see his sister and
their ailing mother. Here’s a bit about this
heartwarming Christmas tale:
more can happen to lovely young widow Charlotte
Hale? She has to sell her wedding ring to buy
food. A heartless landlady evicts her and her
children from their London lodgings on the
coldest night in a generation. And now
Charlotte’s afraid this handsome stranger she’s
traveling with will have her arrested for
stealing a coat for her son if he learns her
true identity. Dare she trust him to take her to
the only person who can help her?
Philip Fenton promised the dying Captain Hale he
would look after his family, but when he returns
to England at Christmas, he arrives too late.
The unfortunate family has been turned out of
their home. He had thought the lovely widow
calling herself Mrs. Leeming might be Mrs. Hale,
but she is not. Nevertheless, he must help this
impoverished family reach their destination in
Lincolnshire, where he’s traveling to see his
family. As is his custom, he conceals his
aristocratic title, traveling under the name Mr.
They’re both concealing information, but as the
journey continues the barriers between them
lower. He gave her his word he was a gentleman.
As a man of honor, he cannot allow her to know
how her very presence creates a yearning in him,
how he aches to take her in his arms, how one
word from her could make this his best Christmas
ever . . .
authors in this collection include USA Today
bestselling authors Collette Cameron, Bronwen
Evans, Lana Williams, and Bree Wolf, along with
Heather Boyd, Sasha Cottman, Samantha Grace,
Donna Cummings, Barbara Monajem, Suzanne
Medeiros, Wendy Vella, and Alina K. Field.