Mischief and Mistletoe
Kensington Publishing Corporation, Sep 1, 2012 - Christmas stories - 320 pages
In this sparkling holiday collection, eight acclaimed authors unwrap the most daring of Regency delights. . .
Christmastime in England--a time for passionate secrets, delicious whispers, and wicked-sweet gifts by the fire. From a spirited lady who sets out to save her rakish best friend from an unsuitable engagement, to a bold spy who gets the unexpected chance to win the woman he's always loved, to a vicar's daughter who pretends to be a saucy wench, these holiday tales will make you curl up in front of the fire for a memorable season of mischief and mistletoe. . .
"No one writes historical romance better." --Cathy Maxwell on Mary Jo Putney
"Breaks just about every rule in the book and makes us beg for more." --"Romantic Times" on Jo Beverley
Jo Beverley, Mary Jo Putney, Patricia Rice, Nicola Cornick, Susan Fraser King, Anne Gracie, Joanna Bourne, and Cara Elliott are the ladies otherwise known as the Word Wenches. These eight authors have written a combined 231 novels and 74 novellas. They've won awards such as the RITAS, RT Lifetime Achievement award, RT Living Legend, and RT Reviewers Choice award. Several of them are regulars on the "New York Times" and "USA Today" bestseller lists. Learn more at www.wordwenches.com.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KateBaxter - LibraryThing
Syopsis: 1 She Stoops to Wenchdom by Mary Jo Putney - Vicar's "little angel" daughter Lucinda Richards 22 disguises as tavern girl Lacey for back from wars Captain Gregory Kenmore. 2 Miss Brockhurst's ... Read full review
Review: Mischief and MistletoeUser Review - Goodreads
This one only gets 3 stars for Joanna Bourne's story, Intrigue and Mistletoe, which was really good. I mean, spies and Christmas, what could go wrong? Even better, the heroine made her living by ... Read full review