By Mary Balogh
In a couple of vintage Regency-era Christmas romance novels from New York Times bestselling writer Mary Balogh, the vacations usher in the best reward of all: unforeseen, all-consuming love.
A CHRISTMAS BRIDE
The very filthy rich Edgar Downes has promised his getting older father to eventually take a bride—specifically, to wed a titled woman through Christmas. London is stuffed with beautiful, right, and eligible misses, yet it’s the widow Helena, girl Stapleton, in a stunning crimson costume, who captures Edgar’s recognition. Helena is intrigued through the seductive stranger—but he’s easily now not in her classification. Marriage, in fact, might by no means do. yet in a season of miracles, anything wondrous is ready to happen.
now not even the nice and cozy, forgiving Christmas spirit can cease the Marquess of Denbigh from settling his rating with Judith Easton: the gorgeous younger widow injured Denbigh’s delight years in the past through jilting him for an additional guy. Now that Judith is unfastened from a nightmare marriage, the good-looking marquess has her in his sights—and wishes her in his palms. yet to belief the soft phrases on his lips, Judith mustn't ever merely see earlier the hardness of his center, yet research once more to belief her personal heart’s wish.