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Length: 170 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1215 KB
  • Print Length: 170 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Scandalous (December 5, 2012)
  • Publication Date: December 5, 2012
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BFQ79ZC
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,962 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kati on December 12, 2012
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"Merry Christmas, Mrs. Robinson" by Delilah Marvelle ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

Jane Robinson, formerly known as Lady Jane before she decided to become an opera singer, has just married the man she thought she fell in love with. She was cut off by her family for doing so. During Twelfth Night, only a couple of weeks after they married, she find out that her beloved Mr. X was not the man she married. After an argument that ends up in her new husband's unexplained death, Mr. X stops writing.

Eight years later, Martin Pierce, the sixth Duke of Somerset has found his estranged elderly aunt and wants to take care of her. Lo and behold! The woman he fell in love with years ago is living in the same building. This could be his chance to show her that he is no longer a timid boy but a man who will stop at nothing to finally be able to make her his own.

Jane can't believe she is attracted to Martin. They'd been friends and he would always be that boy she spent time with. But hel-lo! He's got the rock hard body of a grown man and is no longer that timid boy. Martin tries his best to make Jane see that they're meant to be together and what better time for miracles than Christmas?

Every time Delilah Marvelle releases a book, I am in awe and in love with her writing all over again. This novella is fast paced with a side of naughtiness that will have your cheeks blushing a holly berry red and it will make you believe in the magic second chances during the holiday season.

***

"The Twelve Days of Seduction" by Máire Claremont ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

Adriana Flint is the governess of the Duke of Berresford's ward and she's about to be let go because of her unsavory past. She's formed a close bond with her ward and isn't going to go without a fight.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Wolff on December 11, 2012
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Merry Christmas, Mrs. Robinson by Delilah Marvelle
I really enjoyed this one! Lady Jane defied her father and became an opera singer and in the process, started receiving letters from the mysterious Mister X. Thinking she found the writer, she marries him only to be deceived. Now, widowed and living close to poverty, she guards her heart and when her childhood friend, Martin Pierce, Duke of Somerset, appears and reveals the truth she is hurt to be deceived all over again. I loved that shy Martin grew up in the years apart and was determined not to let his love slip away again. Jane realizes that the younger Martin has turned into a dashing man and is no longer a young boy. Watching them re-connect was a joy. This was a enjoyable, fresh (we do not get to see many older woman falling for younger men) holiday novella from the talents of Delilah Marvelle filled with heat, tenderness, humor, heart, forgiveness and a dash of holiday cheer. 4 stars

The Twelve Days of Seduction by Maire Claremont
This is a classic story of a governess falling for her employer and vice versa. What makes it different is all the details that Maire Claremont adds. The history of the governess, Adriana Flint is sad and heart breaking but it has shaped her into the woman she is today and she refuses to lose her job to the most wonderful little girl just because the Duke of Berresford has found out her past. When Alexander proposes a plan for her to stay, she agrees as long as he tries to seduce her...and in the process they both lose their hearts. Adriana helps Alexander see that the lower class are people too and he in turn helps her see that it is ok to let the wall down around her heart and let someone in.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm on January 9, 2013
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I liked the first story mostly because I liked the hero. The story happened rather quickly and you didn't get much of a background into their previous relationship. But the story was interesting and different. I was entertained.

The second story was too unbelievable for me to like. I don't get the whole having sex to keep your job thing. Seemed too unsavory. I didn't enjoy this story at all. It was just silly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By bookworm2bookworm on December 13, 2012
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'Merry Christmas Mrs. Robinson' by Delilah Marvelle

This story was extra special to me because of its pairing of the older woman/younger man. In my personal life, I am the older woman...

Lady Jane was only in her early twenties when she decided, and was encouraged by her younger friend Martin, to defy the society and reach for her dream of becoming an opera singer. A decision like that came with a heavy price of being estranged from her family and being shunned by most of the society. I say most, because men of that society adored and pursued her relentlessly. One of them in particular caught not just her attention, but the attention of the papers as well. To all of them he was only known as Mister X and his letters were something she looked forward to, knowing that his words brought her closer to that elusive thing called love. And then one day, a man shows up and claims her heart in the name of Mister X...

Martin Pierce, the sixth Duke of Somerset, is worried about his elderly Aunt who was neglected by his family because many years ago she defied Society and ran off with a man not worthy of her station. He is trying very hard to have her see and understand that the living quarters she resides in are roach infested and not suitable to her station. Through his discussion with her, he finds out that the woman he adored and never could forget is now impoverished and residing in the same building as his Aunt. This news crushes him and he realizes that the time has come for him to act on his deep feelings for her.

It's no secret to any of my followers how much I love anything this author writes and this short novella is no different. I loved the way she portrayed both hero and heroine as two lonely souls that connected as friends first, and lovers later.
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