When Major Lucas Stanton inherited his earldom, he never dreamed the previous earl's granddaughter would be included. Phoebe Linville is an American beauty with a talent for trouble. Witness the compromising position that forces her and Lucas into wedlock. And though Phoebe has no intention of bowing to Lucas's stubbornness, she is willing to spend twelve night by a roaring fire showing Lucas what love is all about.
Vanessa Kelly spends most of the year in Ottawa, Ontario. When she's not dreaming of plots for her next Regency novel, she's writing contemporary romances with her husband as V.K. Sykes.
When Sir Joseph Carrington steps forward to defend Lady Louisa's Windham's honor, despite all evidence to the contrary, she finds herself married to a man perceptive enough to discern the tender heart she keeps hidden beneath her scholarly reserve. Though they are married, Louisa and Joseph still have to learn to trust their love for each other to ensure their union results in the happily ever after they both deserve.
Grace Burrowes discovered romance novels when in junior high (back when there was a such a thing), and has been reading them voraciously ever since. Lady Louisa's tale is sixth in Grace's popular eight-sibling historical romance series: The Windhams.
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Season for Surrender and
His Mistletoe Bride
What Happens at Christmas
For Christmas, Camille, Lady Lydingham wants a marriage proposal from her handsome prince, though securing his offer will mean keeping her unconventional relatives from the prince's notice. That would be challenge enough, but then old flame Grayson Elliot shows up at her ladyship's Christmas house party, gate-crashing an already chaotic holiday gathering and playing havoc with Camille's scheme—and with her heart.
New York Times bestselling author Victoria Alexander was an award winning television reporter until she discovered fiction was much more fun than real life. She turned to writing full time and is still shocked it worked out.
Alexander Edgware, Lord Xavier, enjoys a reputation for wickedness, but the wager before him rankles: persuade a proper, charming young lady to attend the full two weeks of his famously naughty Christmas house party. Though Alexander appoints himself her protector in the most proper sense of the word, Louisa Oliver has no desire to retire into spinsterhood without enjoying a few daring holiday adventures first.
Theresa Romain pursued an impractical education that allowed her to read everything she could get her hands on. She then worked for universities and libraries, where she got to read even more. Eventually she started writing, too.