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Together by Christmas: The Unmasking of Lady Loveless\Christmas Reunion\A Mistletoe Masquerade

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  • Posted December 27, 2009

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    enjoyable book

    I enjoy anthologies for those times I don't have to sit down and enjoy a full novel. All three stories were enchanting.

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  • Posted September 21, 2009

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    All three stories are great but the Standout in this Anthology is by Nicola Cornick

    The UnMasking of Lady Loveless....

    Lord Alexander Beaumont suspects that his estranged wife Lady Melicent is the infamous author Lady Loveless. This author is the talk of the ton with her erotic tales of romance and seduction written under the guise of events happening within the ton. But Alex and Melicent have been separated for over two years and while he has given her space this latest antic proves too much and he is on his way to confront her about these books.

    But once he arrives he finds that all the hurt and anger that caused their separation has melted away. Yes he had been forced to marry her to appease his overbearing father but perhaps what was considered a disastrous match is really a blessing he never took full advantage of.

    When the hurt is replaced with love, the anger with passion and the love is let free the holiday's become a joyous and wondrous event. Melicent will even overlook her out of control brother and hypochondriac mother for one more moment alone with Alex and when he promises her a lifetime of happiness nothing can keep them apart.

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