Allow yourself to be enchanted by these delightful Regency Christmas romances.
A woman seeking a killer infiltrates the war department only to find herself matched with an irresistible spymaster.
A shopkeeper soon discovers that kissing the man she's determined to hate is so much better than being his enemy.
A rake with no interest in wallflowers or bluestockings is enchanted when he finds both in the form of one woman.
A duke determined to woo a beautiful widow and make her his own. Only she has no interest in marrying again.
A rogue and a lady give in to their passion. Now everything they hold dear is in jeopardy—most of all their hearts.
A lady is neglected by her betrothed. Until he sees her at a ball and must ask why he's been trying to avoid her.
A duke with an icy heart finds himself falling for the one woman he was never supposed to love...his wife.
A countess, now a stranger to her husband after a riding accident makes him forget her, fights to reclaim his love.
For the first time, you can get these eight previously published novels in one must-have bundle.
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Happy Holiday Stories
A lovely set of eight happy stories that will warm your heart and fill you with Holiday spirit.
December With a Duke by Collette Cameron
Everleigh is a widow who was abused by her later husband and his son. Griffin is an adventurer who wants a mama for his adopted daughter. When they meet at the holiday house party of a friend, there is a strong attraction. Is it possible that a gentle, understanding man and a sweet Christmas angel named Sarah bring Everleigh the hope and love she needs so very much. A heartwarming story and loveable characters (most of them) make this a winner.
a great collection of books for the holidays
A super collection for the Christmas season.
A December with a Duke by Collette Cameron
This book has one of my favorite nemesis in it. Caroline Chatterton is one of those characters that you just love to hate. “She lifted a sherry glass to her rouged, smirking lips as she stepped from the shadows where spiders and centipedes and other unpleasant creepy crawlies were wont to loiter.”
It is a lovely romance about a woman who has suffered the loss of child. Everleigh is working through deep grief and Cameron gives a spot on account of that journey. Very good book. I was gifted a copy of this book.