Under the Mistletoe

Under the Mistletoe

by Sherry Ewing

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ISBN-13: 9780997177701
Publisher: Kingsburg Press
Publication date: 05/05/2016
Pages: 120
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

Sherry Ewing picked up her first historical romance when she was a teenager and has been hooked ever since. A bestselling author, she writes historical & time travel romances to awaken the soul one heart at a time. Always wanting to write a novel but busy raising her children, she finally took the plunge in 2008 and wrote her first Regency. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Beau Monde & the Bluestocking Belles. Sherry is currently working on her next novel and when not writing, she can be found in the San Francisco area at her day job as an Information Technology Specialist. You can learn more about Sherry and her published work at www.SherryEwing.com.

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Under the Mistletoe 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Spiritofnlmk More than 1 year ago
Sweet Regency Novella With A Surprising Twist When Margaret decides that she must do her duty and get married she acts as hostess for Captain Morledge. However the man she has always cared for , Frederick has other ideas when he finds out she is back in London. This was one of the stories where you like the heroine but you want to shake her, grab her , point her at the hero and say That Way you ninny! Frederick was great, he dropped everything the minute she was back in town and is so protective of her. The Captain now that is a whole different story *shudder. There was a very interesting twist that I wasn't expecting, which is very impressive in a novella. Genre ~ Regency Series ~ No Ending ~ HEA (No Cliffhanger) Sex ~ Sweet (A Few Kisses) Would I read again ~ Yes
dfosterbooks More than 1 year ago
Under the Mistletoe Much to her father’s chagrin, Margaret Templeton is happy being a bluestocking spinster. Since, the only man she, a clergyman’s daughter, has ever loved is beyond her reach. With her father determined to see her settled and happy before he dies he agrees to Captain Morledge’s innocent request to have Margaret help him host his annual ball. Loving her father so, Margaret agrees to see if anything can develop between her and the Captain. What she doesn’t count on is being in close proximity to the love of her life. Viscount Frederick Beacham has spent years trying to forget one woman – the woman he loves beyond reason, the woman who refused his marriage proposal. A feat he thought he had finally accomplished. Until the mere mention of her name and that she was in London turned his heart upside-down. Seeking her out he finds that years will never erase his love for her nor will anyone ever replace her. Learning her reason for being in London, Frederick vows to, at the very least, protect her from harm and at the most convince her that she belongs with him. Margaret tries to go about her hosting duties normally but soon gathers that all is not right in the Captain’s household. Top those feelings with seeing Frederick at every turn has Margaret in a turmoil. One that may put her life in jeopardy. Will Frederick uncover the Captain’s true motives before it is too late or will he lose Margaret forever? Sherry Ewing writes a delightful tale full of suspense. It constantly had this reader trying to figure out what sinister deed the Captain had done, what he would do when thwarted, and how all this would affect Margaret’s love for Frederick.
Teri_D More than 1 year ago
Margaret has been asked to be a holiday hostess for Captain Morledge in anticipation of a marital match. Frederick has always loved Margaret but was rejected when he proposed as Margaret thought his parents would not approve. When it comes to love, one should always follow their heart and once Frederick meets back up with Margaret, that is exactly what he intends for both of them. Captain Morledge has other plans and they are not nice. Such a twist at the end that was not anticipated!
GranniNissa 4 months ago
Margaret Templeton is in need of a husband. At least that is what her father feels. She takes care of her sister and clergyman father since her mother has passed. She loves reading and loves her childhood friend Lord Frederick Viscount Beacham. He once proposed but she turned him down since she knew his parents would never approve. Now she is in a pickle. Her father has asked Captain Morledge who is a widower with two small boys. She agrees to be a Hostess at his Christmas party and then will decide. While being chaperoned she does indeed do her job but Lord Frederick has other plans. Those plans do NOT include the Captain who rumors are he killed his other wife. Well a few surprises are in the Captain's manor home and both Margaret and Frederick expose. Not only do they find the Captain is not for Margaret he is not for a few others trapped in the home...quite the mystery hidden inside a love story
georgia1 More than 1 year ago
One never knows what can happen at Christmas. For a novella, this story packed a lot into this delightful tale. The heart feels what the heart feels and sometimes nothing can change that! Margaret Templeton, daughter of a clergyman is content to be a spinster and take care of her sister and father. But her father is determined to have her marry and find her own happiness and family. Matching her up with Captain Sander Morledge to help him host his Christmas party, her father feels he has found her the perfect match. Unfortunately Margaret runs into her longtime friend and true love, Frederick Maddock, who is invited to the party. Sounds good so far? Well as I often say, things are not always as they appear and such is the case at Morledge's house. There is a hugh mystery and as the party begins, secrets come out and mistletoe works it magic!! As all of Sherry's stories, this will go on your to be read again shelf!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not put it down, good read.