From the ballrooms of London, to abandoned Scottish castles, to the snowy streets of Gilded Age New York, four bestselling authors whip up unforgettable Christmas romance.
“Meet Me in Mayfair” by Tessa Dare
Louisa Ward needs a Christmas miracle. Unless she catches a wealthy husband at the ball, the Duke of Thorndale will evict her family from their home. When Louisa finds herself waltzing with the heartless Thorndale, she’s unnerved by his handsome looks—and surprising charm.
“The Duke of Christmas Present” by Sarah MacLean
Rich and ruthless, Eben, Duke of Allryd doesn’t care for the holidays. But when Lady Jacqueline Mosby returns to town after a long absence, Eben falls under the spell of Christmas—and the woman he never stopped loving.
“Heiress Alone” by Sophie Jordan
When Annis Bannister finds herself stranded in the Highlands during a Christmas snowstorm, she must fend off brigands terrorizing the countryside. Her only hope falls on her neighbor, a surly hermit duke who unravels her with a kiss.
“Christmas in Central Park” by Joanna Shupe
Mrs. Rose Walker pens a popular advice/recipe column. No one knows Rose can’t even boil water. When her boss, Duke Havemeyer, insists she host a Christmas party, Rose must find a husband, an empty mansion, and a cook. But Rose fears her plan is failing—especially when Duke’s attentions make her want to step under the mistletoe with him.
*Meet Me in Mayfair
Cute romantic Christmas short story.
*The Duke of Christmas Present
Dear lord you will need tissues for this short fabulous story about a second chance at love. Jacqueline “Jack” and Eben.
Calder and Annis’ story is a lovely romance with a bit of suspense.
*Christmas in Cental Park
Duke and Rose meet under the delusion of a fake persona. Duke a lonely man and Rose a woman he never knew he needed.
Not happy with the Publisher
I bought this when it came out originally. I enjoyed it. I would like to be able to read the ebook I own, but no: When the publisher decided to issue this as a print book as well as a digital, they pulled the previous digital version. To read the book I already own—it’s there in my iBooks library, listed as “no longer available”—I will have to buy it again.