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The Dickens with Love [NOOK Book]

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A quirky holiday romance about Faith, Hope, and…er…glow-in-the-dark condoms!

Three years ago, a scandal cost antiquarian “book hunter” James Winter everything that mattered to him: his job, his lover and his self-respect. But now the rich and unscrupulous Mr. Stephanopoulos has a proposition. A previously unpublished Christmas book by Charles Dickens has turned up in the hands of an English chemistry professor by the name of Sedgwick Crisparkle. Mr. S. wants that book at any ...

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The Dickens with Love

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Overview

A quirky holiday romance about Faith, Hope, and…er…glow-in-the-dark condoms!

Three years ago, a scandal cost antiquarian “book hunter” James Winter everything that mattered to him: his job, his lover and his self-respect. But now the rich and unscrupulous Mr. Stephanopoulos has a proposition. A previously unpublished Christmas book by Charles Dickens has turned up in the hands of an English chemistry professor by the name of Sedgwick Crisparkle. Mr. S. wants that book at any price, and he needs James to get it for him. There’s just one catch. James can’t tell the nutty professor who the buyer is.

Actually, two catches. The nutty Professor Crisparkle turns out to be totally gorgeous—and on the prowl. Faster than you can say, “Old Saint Nick,” James is mixing business with pleasure…and in real danger of forgetting that this is just a holiday romance.

Just as they’re well on the way to having their peppermint sticks and eating them too, Sedgwick discovers the truth. James has been a very bad boy. And any chance Santa will bring him what he wants most is disappearing quicker than the Jolly Old Elf’s sleigh.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605048376
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 12/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 126
  • Sales rank: 208,241
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted December 17, 2014

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    James is trying to scrape by and keep his foot in the door of an

    James is trying to scrape by and keep his foot in the door of an occupation he loves when he's asked to verify the authenticity of a supposed lost Dickens Christmas story.  Enter Sedgwick, the owner of said story and there are immediate fireworks, both bad and good, but fireworks nontheless.   Despite the kind of man the potential buyer that James is working for, James is a decent guy with a bunch of bad luck or bad timing in the past.  Watching Sedgewick and James banter their way through "negotiations" is a perfect Christmas treat.

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    A Gay Christmas classic! Delightful and deliciously romantic st

    A Gay Christmas classic!

    Delightful and deliciously romantic story about a cynical bookhunter and a bookish professor hoping to sell a lost Dicken's masterpiece. Heartwarming.

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