The last thing Daphne Cavanaugh wants to do is marry—well, perhaps not the last thing, but it's certainly not at the top of her list, especially if it's only to get her out of her guardian's hair…
Aaron Lentz has faith in marriage—for other people, that is. Having been betrayed and made a fool once before, he has no inclination to walk down the aisle…
But perhaps a sprig of mistletoe, a dash of fate and a shameless, meddling family (even in the form of an ancient duke), Michaelmas, 1816 might bring about a future they never expected.
|Publisher:||Parchment & Plume, LLC|
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About the Author
USA Today Bestselling Author Rose Gordon has written eight unusually unusual historical romances that have been known to include scarred heroes, feisty heroines, marriage-producing scandals, far too much scheming, naughty literature and always a sweet happily-ever-after. When not escaping to another world via reading or writing a book, she spends her time chasing two young boys around the house, being hunted by wild animals, or sitting on the swing in the backyard where she has to use her arms as shields to deflect projectiles AKA: balls, water balloons, sticks, pinecones, and anything else one of her boys picks up to hurl at his brother who just happens to be hiding behind her.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An enjoyable novella - love the angel in the form of the old Duke.
Mistletoe & Michaelmas by Rose Gordon Daphne Cavanaugh, Jane's sister from The Perfect Lady Worthe, isn't looking forward to her London Season. Who wants to be paraded around like a prize horse to the highest bidder? The trip to spend the holiday with their great grandfather would be a practice run, Jane had said. Daphne never thought a man would actually catch her eye. Aaron Lentz had hardened his heart against women and love a long time ago. And yet, this blonde beauty had caught his eye from the moment he saw her. But could he open up his heart, even for her? Great story. To get the background on Jane and Aaron be sure to read The Perfect Lady Worthe. The third book; The Wooing Game is in the anthology Evading the Duke.