Mischief and Mistletoe-Jo Beverley, Mary Jo Putney, Patricia Rice, Nicola Cornick, Anne Gracie, Joanna Bourne, Susan Fraser King and Cara Elliot

Mischief and Mistletoe

Jo Beverley, Mary Jo Putney, Patricia Rice, Nicola Cornick, Anne Gracie, Joanna Bourne, Susan Fraser King and Cara Elliot

Zebra, Sep 25 2012, $15.00

ISBN: 9781420124866


“Mistletoe Bride” by Anne Gracie.  Ronan is marrying a dying Peggy so he can inherit her estate. When her coach crashes Peggy asks Marguerite to care for her small daughters.  A coach takes Marguerite to Ronan’s home. 


“Wilder Wench” by Susan Fraser King.  When the Movement rushes into Johnny’s home, Ned keeps two children safe.  Over a decade later, Ned is the lord who catches Christina robbing a coach.


“Intrigue and Mistletoe” by Joanna Bourne.  The snow forces Elinor and Jack to stop at an inn where they see each other for the first time in two years ever since he betrayed her.


“She Stoops to Wenchdom” by Mary Jo Putney.  Lucinda loves Gregory but he treats her like they never met as he knows she deserves better. 


“Miss Breakheart’s Christmas” by Jo Beverley.  Pen plans to win Ross’ heart though he is wedding Cassandra. 


“On a Wicked Winter’s Night” by Nicola Cornick.  Johnny’s coach crashes forcing him to stop at the Silent Wench owned by Lydia.  Four years ago he proposed to her, but she assumed he was being honorable as she was pregnant. 


“Winter Wench” by Patricia Rice.  Damaris heads to Jonathon’s estate to tell his family that her cousin eloped with someone else.  In an accident, a confused Damaris fails to explain who she is. 


“Weathering the Storm” by Cara Elliot.  Sophie and Bentley sail to London when a mast breaks.  He needs to deliver documents to the Home Office while she needs to deliver the family bible to her grandfather.  Each is attracted to the other but they conceal their feelings. 


Each romance is light-hearted fun starring likable protagonists who bring alive the holiday season in the Regency British Isles.


Harriet Klausner


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