A Matchmaker's Christmas
Lady Elizabeth Bournard decides a spot of matchmaking is a fitting way to celebrate her 80th birthday and the coming Yuletide. What better way to reward Beatrice Copland, her faithful companion for ten years, than to introduce her to her dashing godson, Sir David Chappel? But unbeknownst to her, Beatrice and David share a history--one that didn't end well.
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'I am going to be alone at Christmas' What a corker! Elderly Lady Bournaud decides to host a Christmas party and matchmaking event all in one and Sir David Chappell doesn't realize what he's in for ... Read full review
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