This Christmas, Miss Lily Jardine is getting something any girl would want – a betrothal offer. Too bad she’s falling for her soon-to-be fiancé’s brother instead . . .
Merrily Mismatched by Virginia Brown
Lady Lucia Crossclyffe can’t resist the charms of Marquess of Rillington, a holiday visitor to her isolated island home. Little does she guess that he’s come there to ruin her . . .
The Snow Princess by Jo Ann Ferguson
After years of being presumed dead, Major Jeremy Stanhope has come home from the war. His first order of business – to propose to Lady Rosalie Partington, the woman who’s waited for him all these years. Only Rosalie is already betrothed . . . to the traitor who left him for dead!
Christmas Truce by Karen Frisch
Charles Hudson, the Earl of Westerly, has come to Windermere for Christmas with one intention – to offer for the woman whose letters have captivated him for the last year. But is the letter-writer the woman he thinks she is?
Miss Montague’s Mistletoe Match by Sharon Sobel
Virginia Brown has written over 50 novels since her first romance came out in 1984. Many of her books have been nominated for Romantic Times’ Reviewer’s Choice, Career Achievement Award for Love and Laughter, Career Achievement Award for Adventure, EPIC eBook nomination for Historical Romance, and she received the RT Career Achievement Award for Historical Adventure, as well as the EPIC eBook Award for Mainstream Fiction. Her works have regularly appeared on national bestseller lists. She lives near her children in North Mississippi, surrounded by a menagerie of beloved dogs and cats while she writes.
Jo Ann Ferguson has been creating characters and stories for as long as she can remember. She sold her first book in 1987. Since then, she has sold over 100 titles and has become a best-selling and award-winning author. She writes romance, mystery, and paranormal under a variety of pen names. Her books have been translated into nearly a dozen languages and are sold on every continent except Antarctica. You can reach her at her website: www.joannferguson.com or by email: email@example.com.
Karen Frisch writes Regency romances for ImaJinn Books. She is the winner of the 2007 Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards, Mystery/Crime Category. An amateur genealogist, she also has two nonfiction genealogy books in print on tracing family history and identifying old family photographs. While tracing her family history as a teenager, she discovered she is a cousin of Edgar Allan Poe (removed by six generations). A lifelong resident of New England where she lives with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs, she is also a portrait artist. Follow Karen on her website at KarenFrisch.weebly.com.
Sharon Sobel is the author of eight historical and two contemporary romance novels, and served as Secretary and Chapter Liaison of Romance Writers of America. She has a PhD in English Language and Literature from Brandeis University and is an English professor at a Connecticut college, where she co-chaired the Connecticut Writers’ Conference for five years. An eighteenth century New England farmhouse, where Sharon and her husband raised their three children, has provided inspiration for either the period or the setting for all of her books.