Regency Christmas Magic

Regency Christmas Magic

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by Amanda McCabe, Barbara Metzger, Sandra Heath, Edith Layton
     
 
Now fans can experience the magic of love during the holiday season with five of their favorite authors.

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Now fans can experience the magic of love during the holiday season with five of their favorite authors.

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ISBN-13:
9780451213358
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/28/2004
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
4.32(w) x 6.72(h) x 0.99(d)

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Regency Christmas Magic 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Upon A Midnight Clear by Amanda McCabe Antoinette is a Jamaican beauty that lives in Cornwall with a friend's family. The family goes off to Bath for Christmas, but Antoinette elects to remain in Cornwall. She is facing a publication deadline for her next herbal book. THIS holiday season though, she will meet a once-handsome naval caption who is a hermit in the area. .......................................... The Ultimate Magic by Allison Lane Edith Knolton only needs to keep her charge from causing a scandal for four more days. That is when the lovely Diana is due to wed Giles. But it is going to take the combined efforts of Edith and Lord Charles Beaumont to succeed. ........................................... Two Dancing Daughters by Edith Layton Major Gabriel Blanchard (retired due to wounds) takes a job to find out how two daughters keep disappearing from their home every night. No one in the house ever hears a thing, but the dancing slippers of the two daughters are clearly worn out the next morning. ........................................... The Enchanted Earl by Barbara Metzger It is said that Laurel's grandmother was fey. When her awful husband dies and her time of mourning is almost over, Laurel decides to throw a huge Christmas party for everyone, no matter their stations in life. And her shrew of a sister-in-law will not stop her! But during a magical night Laurel makes a wish for true magic. Now she has warlocks, bogeymen, shape-shifters, apparitionists, and pyromages (fire mages) all over the place. Then there is the old magician, Spinrod, who claims he is there to protect her from the others. ........................................ The Green Gauze Gown by Sandra Heath Widow Rosalind Harwood and her two sons left their Albany, New York, home and returned to Brighton. Rosalind's nine-year-old son, Peter, has become the sixth Marquess of Southdown. Her eight-year-old son, Jake, can see fairies and specters. Everyone, including Rosalind, believed Jake made up the ghost stories. Yet Jake insisted all those stories were true. He also insists that a Pharisee (fairy), named Master Dobbs, resides in the kitchen pantry. Rosalind is about to believe in magic. ....................................... ***** Five wonderful and magical stories by five talented Regency authors within one cover. Smashing! They are set during the Holiday Season, but may be read at any time of year. I, honestly, do not know which I enjoyed most. Usually anthologies tend to have at least one tale that I consider unimaginative. Yet all five stories in this novel are great. I loved them! *****