In winter so cold the Thames freezes over, five couples venture onto the ice in pursuit of love to warm their hearts.
Love unexpected, rekindled, or brand new—even one that’s a whack on the side of the head—heats up the frigid winter. After weeks of fog and cold, all five stories converge on the ice at the 1814 Frost Fair when the ladies’ campaign to help the wounded and unemployed veterans of the Napoleonic wars culminates in a charity auction that shocks the high sticklers of the ton.
In their 2020 collection, join the Bluestocking Belles and their heroes and heroines as The Ladies’ Society For The Care of the Widows and Orphans of Fallen Heroes and the Children of Wounded Veterans pursues justice, charity, and soul-searing romance.
Celebrate Valentine's Day 2020 with five interconnected Regency romances.
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Regency Military Romances
The stories were interconnected with fog, scandals, villains, heroes, heroines, and military men. They all end in a fundraiser for the soldiers home from the Napoleon war, their wives or widows, and children to offer them financial support after the military and England turned their backs on them.
I thought this was a great addition to the Frost Fair collection. In 1814, England experienced a little ice age and they threw a once in a lifetime Frost fair on the Thames. Matilda was born on the wrong side of the blanket and is the ward of a duchess.
Charles is an earl who won’t take a mistress he couldn’t give up and is so wholly bound by the morals of his time, he’s just plain hypocritical. And kind of pompous.
But I enjoyed and can recommend.