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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2004

    Perfect for the holiday season!

    The Lucky Coin by Barbara Metzger. Sir Adam Standish was having a very long run of extremely bad luck. But when an elderly man gave him a special coin, things change! Suddenly, any wish Adam made, good or bad, happened! ..................................... Following Yonder Star by Emma Jensen. Alice Ashe had not seen Gareth Blackwell for eight long years. He only returned to see if his brother's widow (Alice's sister) gives birth to a boy or girl. The feelings that had been between Alice and Gareth when he left were still there. But Alice would have a hard time finding charity in her heart for him. ................................. The Merry Magpie by Sandra Heath. Sir Charles Neville cheated on his wife, Juliet, and had been sent packing when she found out. After six years he returns in hope of winning her back. ............................. Best Wishes by Edith Layton. Jonathan, Viscount Rexford, wanted to spend the Twelve Days of Christmas with his old friends. His wife, Pamela, wanted to spend them with her large family. They agreed to split the time between the two groups. Neither went as expected. ....................................... Let Nothing You Dismay by Carla Kelly. Lord Trevor Chase is a barrister in the city, a children's advocate. For eleven years he worked hard to help the most desperate children. This Christmas, he must return to Chase Hall to help his brother's family. Before leaving the city, he made a wish upon a shooting star - for someone to save him from himself. ................................. **** Five regency romances set during the magical Christmas season of the 1800's. You'll finish this book with a smile on your lips and warmth in your heart. ****

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