'Tis the Season: Regency Yuletide Short Stories

'Tis the Season: Regency Yuletide Short Stories

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BN ID: 2940156118724
Publisher: Christi Caldwell
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 4,713
File size: 558 KB

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'Tis the Season: Regency Yuletide Short Stories 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 4 months ago
A collection that defines the hopes of the Christmas season - finding happiness and love as its greatest gifts. Makes you want to read other stories by each author. Grace Burrowes’ tale was my favorite (LOVE her books), though I enjoyed each different one! Congratulations on a seasonal winner.
Anonymous 4 months ago
I enjoyed all these short stories. My favorite was Stealing Christmas. Louisa writes in a way that just draws the reader in. Her characters are so humorous and fun. I want to know more of everyone of them!
Lcwilsom 5 months ago
‘‘Tis the Season: Home for the Holidays This is a lovely compilation of short stories about what happens after the HEA. Christi’s story is about Martha & Graham who we meet in the Rogue Who Rescued Her. If like me you always wonder what happen after they get their HEA then this book is just the thing for you. We pick the story up just after Graham & Martha marry and pick her twin girls, Iris & Creda, up from school. It’s lovely to see the relationship develop between Graham & the girls. He already has a bond with Frederick from the first book. We also get to see more of Graham’s family and how past tragedy has shaped those relationships. It is a beautiful novella giving us closure around the most magical time of the year. As always I wanted more but alas every story need an end. Christi always delivers well written stories that have you rooting for the heroine & hero. Whether you are new to regency or a fan this is a great book as it gives you a taster of the best around in this genre.