Tis the season to make merry…
After recovering from a life-threatening illness, Miss Georgie Gage can’t convince her family that she’s healthy and ready to enjoy life again. Instead, they treat her like a delicate invalid who must be protected from, well, everything! Georgie has kept herself entertained by promoting love matches among her friends, but she longs for a happily ever after of her own.
And find love under the mistletoe…
Highlander Fergus Haddon has worked himself to the bone to make up for the horrible scandal that almost destroyed his loved ones. But when his family insists he take a holiday in the south of England, Fergus can’t think of a drearier way to celebrate Christmas. Even worse, they want him to find an English wife! Fergus is dead set against it—until he meets pretty Georgie Gage. Suddenly, he can think of nothing but catching Georgie under the mistletoe, but how will the Gages react when they learn of his scandalous past?
Previously published in the anthology A Gentleman For All Seasons.
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About the Author
Vanessa Kelly writes Regency-set historical romance for Kensington Zebra. When she's not doing that, she's writing sexy contemporary romance and romantic suspense novels with her husband under the pen name of VK Sykes. Vanessa lives in Ottawa for most of the year, but is lucky enough to escape to Florida for part of the winter. She firmly believes she has the best of both worlds!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love this series and all of its characters. I'm so glad the Fergus Hadden and Georgie Gage get their HEA. Both having suffered long illnesses and overly protective families they are out to prove themselves fit and capable to care for themselves. Ferguson fears his mothers madness has ruined he's chance at a future of a family of his own. He's been sent off with friends for the holidays to England along with Mrs. Reese a friend who has taken Fergus under her wing and bound to find him an English wife. They go to the Gage's for the holidays where he meets Georgie and the dower highlander just might of found the brightness he didn't know he could possibly have.