A Sinful Regency Christmas

  • Title: A Sinful Regency Christmas
  • Author: Amanda McCabe Marguerite Kaye Christine Merrill Bronwyn Scott Ann Lethbridge
  • ISBN: 9780263902365
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Sinful Regency Christmas It was a thrilling and thoroughly sinful Regency Christmas Five short sexy seasonal stories Lady Cassandra Osborne is ready to take a lover to her bed and she ll be at the same Christmas house party
    It was a thrilling and thoroughly sinful Regency Christmas Five short, sexy, seasonal stories Lady Cassandra Osborne is ready to take a lover to her bed and she ll be at the same Christmas house party as Sir Ian Chandler, her late husband s rakish best friendRobert Breton s touch fills Anne Clairemont with a delicious, scandalous heat but can Robert s mistletoe kiIt was a thrilling and thoroughly sinful Regency Christmas Five short, sexy, seasonal stories Lady Cassandra Osborne is ready to take a lover to her bed and she ll be at the same Christmas house party as Sir Ian Chandler, her late husband s rakish best friendRobert Breton s touch fills Anne Clairemont with a delicious, scandalous heat but can Robert s mistletoe kisses seduce her into breaking her planned engagement Dashiell Steen, heir to an earldom, craves one final adventure before settling down and finds it with a vivacious beauty escaping from a manor window Lady Eugenie Hardwick is being driven wild with need by the sounds of unrestrained passion coming from notorious Lord Richard Townsend s bedroom Cursed to be widowed on her wedding anniversary, Jura Mcnair chose not to marry, but, with handsome Lawrence Connaught, she feels the lure of forbidden desire

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    About Amanda McCabe Marguerite Kaye Christine Merrill Bronwyn Scott Ann Lethbridge


    1. aka Laurel McKee Amanda Carmack Amanda wrote her first romance at the age of sixteen a vast historical epic starring all her friends as the characters, written secretly during algebra class and her parents wondered why math was not her strongest subject She s never since used algebra, but her books have been nominated for many awards, including the RITA Award, the Romantic Times BOOKReviews Reviewers Choice Award, the Booksellers Best, the National Readers Choice Award, and the Holt Medallion She lives in Oklahoma with a menagerie of two cats, a Pug, and a very bossy miniature Poodle, along with far too many books.When not writing or reading, she loves taking dance classes, collecting cheesy travel souvenirs, and watching the Food Network even though she doesn t cook.


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    1. Reviewed for Confessions From RomaholicsTo see review at ConfessionsI wished I hadn’t read this straight away. Maybe I had high expectations for the historical books that Harlequin produces. This anthology has it gems and then there are ones that left me scratching my head asking if they added the Christmas bit to the story so they could include it in the collection. Also there is the different length of the stories, some short, others a decent length and there is one that has something on the [...]

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    2. Spellbound and Seduced - Marguerite Kaye - 3/5 - A witch back in 1622 Scotland curses her family when they burn her at the stake. All the women in her family will know one year with their husbands before he dies until a perfect, pure love breaks the curse. This falls to Lawrence and Jura. Jura is a witch in 1822 Scotland and Lawrence has just inherited the land and castle and is the new laird. He gets snowed in at her cottage and they discover a great deal of love despite all of jura's efforts n [...]

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    3. I was given a copy of this book on condition that I write an honest review.This is obviously - given its title - a collection of Christmas novellas set in the Regency period. There are a total of five stories contained in this book. I should also point out that all of the stories have previously been available as Historical Undone! ebooks. *Spoilers ahead*Story 1: One Wicked Christmas by Amanda McCabeI really enjoyed this story, as it was a well written, sexy tale and suited the novella format. [...]

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    4. A collection of five stories.In “One Wicked Christmas” the widowed Lady Cassandra Osborne seeks to take a lover, when the man she really wants is Sir Ian Chandler, the best friend of her deceased husband. I thought this was quite a nice story. The space did not allow for much back story of the previous friendship between the couple but this story was a good introduction to the volume. 3 marks out of 5.“Virgin Unwrapped” was my least favourite of the stories. I don’t usually like storie [...]

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    5. I LOVED reading christmas regency novels around the Christmas season and this one was indeed another great book. Each story left me enchanted and also in tears. (This was 'Virgin Unwrapped' by Christine Merrill. While reading this on the way to the library on Tuesday, tears fell from my eyes. I felt so Much compassion for Robert. He truly loved Anne.) I loved Amanda Mc Cabe's One Wicked Christmas: It was a fitting to see Cassie's past memory in the story. It set my pace rolling. Also the devious [...]

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    6. A collection of previously released, Regency Christmas tales designed to get the reader in the festive mood. Sadly, not what I was expecting at all. There are two stories in the book worth reading;An Illicit Indiscretion by Brownyn Scott and A Rake For Christmas by Ann Lethbridge. Sadly, the other tales missed their mark. To read the full review, please visit my blog honeybeereviews/

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    7. Some good short Regency Christmas stories. I liked most of them except for one. I really wouldn't think they were "sinful" as in their title, certainly not like the erotic titles that are available now. However, a pleasant read.Overall: 3.75* (rounded up to 4*)

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    8. "One Wicked Christmas" by Amanda McCabe - ok"Virgin Unwrapped" by Christine Merrill - good"An Illicit Indiscration" by Bronwyn Scott - good"A Rake for Christmas" by Ann Lethbridge - ok/good"Spellbound & Seduced" by Marguerite Kaye - good

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