Christmas Spirit

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Fawcett Crest, Sep 30, 1996 - Fiction - 216 pages
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Lovely, mischievous Trudy was an elf who forever sought adventure, but this time her playful tricks had gone awry. As a wager, she had taken on human form, becoming a green eyed beauty Sir Matthew Dunstone couldn't resist. Luring him willingly into her world of magic and mist was the game at hand, but now the trick had lost all appeal. She was burdened by her treachery--Trudy had fallen in love.
When she was with Matthew, she felt so different, so . . . human. His kiss tasted of things she could never duplicate in her world: trust, hope, free will. But when he learned of her deception, would he come with her? For she could never remain in the human world--although 'twas Christmas, and perhaps she might wish for a miracle. . . .

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The Christmas Spirit (Fawcett Regency Romance)

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When the free-spirited elf Trudy accepts her brother Francis's challenge to have Sir Matthew in thrall by Christmas, she is merely doing what mischief all elf-maids do best. But when she ends up ... Read full review


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Patricia Wynn is the author of the award-winning Blue Satan mystery series as well as 10 historical romances, and is a frequent speaker at mystery, writing, and historical novel conventions. She lives in Newport Beach, California.

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