Earl of Bergen

Earl of Bergen

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Overview

Thomas, Earl of Bergen is on his way to London for Christmastide and traditional fun with his friends and family. His destination gets delayed when he finds an abandoned donkey and his efforts to save the animal bring him into contact with a lovely widow and a menagerie of both animals and children who need his help with their Christmas pageant.

Widowed Lady Elizabeth Newton enjoys her life and her home in the country. She cares for three children from her late husband's mistress, as well as helpless animals of every description that would otherwise, have no home. Life changes when the handsome Lord Bergen brings an abandoned, cross-eyed donkey, believed cursed, to her doorstep.

Against all odds, sparks fly between Bergen and the widow. But can a romance survive the danger that follows the donkey?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161015612
Publisher: Anna St. Claire
Publication date: 10/15/2019
Series: Wicked Earls' Club Series , #15
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 148,072
File size: 429 KB

About the Author

Anna St. Claire is an avid reader, and now author, of both American and British historical romance. She and her husband live in Charlotte, North Carolina with their two? dogs and often, their two beautiful granddaughters, who live nearby.
Anna relocated from New York to the Carolinas as a child. Her mother, a retired English and History teacher, always encouraged Anna’s interest in writing, after discovering short stories she would write in her spare time.
Her fascination with history and reading led her to her first historical romance—Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind. The day she discovered Kathleen Woodiwiss,’ books, Shanna and Ashes In The Wind, Anna became hooked. She read every historical romance that came her way.
Today, her focus is primarily the Regency and Civil War eras, although Anna enjoys almost any period in American and British history. She would love to connect with any of her readers on her website – www.annastclaire.com, through email—., Facebook – www.facebook/annastclaireauthor/about/.com/ or with BookBub – www.bookbub.com/profile/anna-st-claire.

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