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- Print Length: 670 pages
- Publisher: Brook Ridge Press (October 3, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074L67DDH
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,833 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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THE TWELVE NIGHTS OF CHRISTMAS by Nina Mason
Rollo Gillingham had promised Penelope Pembroke that he would come back when he had enough money to marry her, and now he is finally headed her way. But that was ten years ago, and Rollo never gave signs of life. Penelope doesn’t mind being a spinster, even though she is not quite sure if Rollo has forgotten her, but her mother issues an ultimatum: Penelope will marry otherwise she will have to act as her very difficult aunt’s companion. Frank Blackmore, a childhood friend of Penelope’s and Rollo’s, proposed to Penelope and she accepted. She likes Frank, he’s a good friend, but she doesn’t love him, but he’s the lesser of two evils.
THE TWELVE NIGHTS OF CHRISTMAS is Nina Mason at her most romantic. Ms. Mason’s writing is superb, as usual; her beautiful descriptions and well-researched period details add to the authenticity of the story, and provide an enchanting Regency Christmas ambience. Penelope is honourable, almost too honourable for her own good, and Rollo has to work hard to convince her to give him a chance. This is a good-length novella, and shows yet another facet of Nina Mason’s considerable talent.
THE ROGUE’S SEDUCTION by Lauren Smith
On a cold winter night, Perdita Darby hired a coach and went to see the only man who could help her: Vaughn, Viscount Darlington, the Devil of London! Perdita is being blackmailed and will do just about anything to get out of a marriage proposal from the revolting Samuel Melburn. Vaughn and Perdita come to an agreement that will be beneficial to both of them, what they hadn’t counted on was how it all turned out…
Vaughn is a seductive rogue, a scoundrel, and a bit of a snob who deserves his nickname up to a point; what a character he is, charismatic and rather irresistible. Perdita is no slouch either and they make quite an intriguing couple, and a surprisingly well-matched one; appearances can be deceptive indeed. The secondary characters are quite interesting and Perdita’s parents surprised me! THE ROGUE’S SEDUCTION is beautifully written, there are lovely Christmas details, and the dialogues are excellent. I could have done without the “threat” of BDSM that was always looming in the background; I felt the story didn’t need that and would have been even better, in my opinion, without it. Still, it was excellent!
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
Taming a Christmas Wallflower by Tammy Andresen
I adore the Taming series by Tammy Andresen and this is a wonderful addition. Amelia is beautiful and very intelligent but awkward and that puts would-be suitors at arm’s length. Handsome Will Maddox initially meets Amelia due to a bet that he is not proud to be a part of. He soon appreciates not only her beauty, but her intelligence. The sudden attention gives Amelia doubts about his true feelings. Set at Christmastide in England, Andresen writes a wonderful romance that brings a wallflower into her own.
An Improper Christmas by Amy Rose Bennett
New to me author, Amy Rose Bennett, packed quite an emotional and very sexy read in An Improper Christmas. I truly loved Lily as the strong heroine who refused to put up with her unfaithful fiancé. She leaves early Christmas morning with her heart bruised and an uncertain future. Known rakehell, Lord Nash offers her a lift out of the snowstorm and soon gives Lily a Christmas she’ll always remember. A fun read.
The Duke and I by Heather Boyd
During a weeklong Christmas party, The Duke is often finding himself avoiding the mistletoe. At this time, he becomes very curious about his daughter’s companion, the devoted Gillian. A planted mistletoe leads to their first kiss. The two widows succumb to the loneliness and lust and they begin a secret affair. It soon turns into passion and love. Well written story that I was intrigue with from page one.
Secluded with My Hellion by Dawn Brower
Gavin believes in and is terrified of his family curse. Odessa had always owned his heart but he is determined to keep her at a distance so that she will not be harmed. Odessa sets out to confront him once and for all and believes “A kiss would bring her everything she’d been hoping for.” A quick read as two meant to be overcome the challenges to be together.
Her Perfect Rogue by Amanda Mariel
Lovely story from Amanda Mariel of a homeless girl of low birth and a Duke who protects her. He provides shelter and a job as his sister’s companion. She’s determined to repay him by becoming a lady and making him proud. As they become friends, their feelings deepen. He tries to forget her and leaves. Christmastide brings them back together. A quick and fulfilling read.
The Twelve Nights of Christmas by Nina Mason
After waiting 10 years for her true love to return, she reluctantly agrees to marry their friend based only on friendship, giving him an heir and being his hostess. Her heart still belonged to Rollo completely. Rollo returns the evening of her engagement dinner. Roll has twelve days to change her mind and make her his. Christmas the season of miracles but will the strength of their attachment to one another reunite them? The I liked that Penelope was a strong woman who eventually placed her feelings ahead of what society rules were. Well written, beautifully described, and had my interest from the first page.
Bedded Under a Christmastide Moon by Christina McKnight
Married in name only, it was a marriage supposedly of convenience. A marriage that enabled her to care for her ailing mother and provide a home for them. He spent most of the time away. They both had affection and love for each other that they kept hidden. She is free of grief & sorrow and was ready to seduce her husband. He only visited the estate once a year. I really liked that the heroine went after what she wanted which was her husband. I was so in to this story that when she took the lead to reestablish their relationship and he denied them both what they longed for, I wanted to bop him upside the head. An emotional romance with set upon the Christmastide. The Rogue's Seduction by Lauren Smith
Lord Vaughn Darlington is a desperate fortune hunter, a Lord in dire straits and a notorious rogue. Perdita Darby, a wealthy heiress in a terrible situation comes to him with a proposal. She’s being blackmailed to marry a brute to save her papa and wants the Lords protection. After a short time together, true affection grew between them; she drew out the gentleman in him, he’s her white knight. He agrees as a way out of his financial ruin, but soon that no longer mattered. He wanted to win her heart and claim her as his wife. I enjoyed reading this. It has fun banter and teasing as well as affection. The heroine has her own mind, she smart, fiery, as well as alluring and sweet. The hero comes off as a rogue but soon shows his soft side as well as his full protector mode. One of my favorites of this boxset.
Hot Winter Nights: A Racy Regency Christmas Collection is just the book to warm your cool nights. With eight novellas, this book is packed with sexy historical romance that kept me up into the wee hours of the morning reading. None of these novellas disappointed me. The men were compassionate rogues that got my heart pounding. They loved deeply and took pleasure in women who were strong. Although this is a time period where women didn’t have a lot of rights, the women in Hot Winter Nights fiercely followed their hearts and their own minds. All of the stories are set at Christmas time, making them even more romantic. The novellas are a perfect mix of sweet and steamy. I definitely recommend getting your hands on a copy to heat up the cold night.
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Lovely Christmastide stories from start to finish! I loved how each story described the Holidays in its own unique way and yet they shared one unique trait.Read more
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I loved that this started with a bet and quickly turned to...Read more