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  • 2017 Regency Christmas Anthology

    I Will (Capitol Theatre Book #2.5) by Lisa Kleypas was a fun and cute Christmas Novella as well as being the first of her stories that I have read. I enjoyed seeing how Andrew (Lord Drake) and Caroline changed and fell in love during the course of this story. Deck the Halls With Love (The Lost Lords of Pembrook Book #2.5) by Lorraine Heath was the first book from The Lost Lords of Pembrook Series that I have read and I really enjoyed all the characters as well as the story. It was fun watching Chetwyn try to convince Lady Meredith how sorry he was for the past and win her back. I enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more of this series later. No Groom at the Inn (Dukes Behaving Badly Book #2.5) by Megan Frampton is the first book I have read in the Dukes Behaving Badly Series and I really enjoyed the story and the characters. I enjoyed seeing how the relationship between Lady Sophronia and James Archer changed and developed as they got to know each other as friends while pretending to be engaged and then falling in love with each other. All the different words and definitions thrown in throughout the story were entertaining as well. I look forward to reading more books from this series in the future. The Duke’s Christmas Wish (Season's Original Book #0.5) by Vivienne Lorret was a fun and cute story with interesting characters and I plan to read more by this author in the future. I enjoyed getting to know Ivy thought she was a fun character and lively character and thought her and North make an entertaining pair. I enjoyed seeing how the two of them got to know each other and the various encounters they had that lead to their getting together and falling in love. I also enjoyed the occasional mentioning of the Frog Prince throughout the story was a fun addition and thought the end was really cute. I hope to read Lilah's story The Debutante Is Mine sometime soon.

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  • is in the air all year long.

    This is what dreams are made of. Escapism, great storytelling and the creme de la creme in historical romantic fiction. Alone Lisa Kleypas, Lorraine Heath, Megan Frampton, and Vivienne Lorret take up more shelves on my ereader than even I can fathom. When they come together it's like Christmas comes early for any historical romance addict. From marriage of convenience, second chance love and mischievous maidens, love is in the air all year long with these holiday treasures.

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