A Lass For Christmas by Jane Charles
(Tenacious Trents Novella - Book 3)

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Lady Madeline Trent had grand plans for her future until she learned her family’s awful secret. When a fall through an icy lake lands her in the arms of a handsome Scot, her future is more unsure than ever.

Lachlan Grant, the Marquess of Brachton, may hold an English title, but he's a Scot through and through. He's bound and determined to marry a lass just as Scottish as he is, at least until his fate is altered one snowy night.

A Lass for Christmas is a novella of approximately 27,000 words and the fourth story in the Tenacious Trents series.

Compromised for Christmas which is found in A Summons from His Grace (published Nov. 2011); A Misguided Lord (published May 2012); and A Perfect Gentleman (published Nov. 2012)
 

About Jane Charles

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Jane Charles is a Historical Romance author who also writes Inspirational Historical romance under the name of Amy De Trempe and lives in Central Illinois. As a child Jane would more likely be found outside with a baseball than a book in her hand. In fact, Jane hated reading until she was sixteen. Her passion for reading came about quite by accident when out of boredom on vacation she borrowed her older sister's historical romance. She fell in love somewhere between Florida and Illinois and her love for reading never died. Jane is lucky enough to be married to her own personal hero. Not only does he offer words of encouragement but has taken over much of the housework so Jane can have more hours writing. She has also been blessed with two fantastic daughters and an awesome son, all of which have brought various animals into the house. Currently the count is one dog and three cats.
 
Published November 26, 2012 by Night Shift Publishing. 84 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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