His Mistletoe Bride by Vanessa Kelly

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Blame It On The Mistletoe. . .

When Major Lucas Stanton inherited his earldom, he never dreamed his property would include the previous earl's granddaughter. Phoebe Linville is a sparkling American beauty, yes, but with a talent for getting into trouble. Witness the compromising position that forced them into wedlock. Whisked away to Mistletoe Manor, his country estate, it isn't long before she is challenging his rules--and surprising him in and out of bed. . .

Phoebe has no intention of bowing to Lucas's stubbornness even though he offers all that she wants. His kisses and unexpected warmth are enticing, but Phoebe is determined to show the earl of Merritt what real love is all about. And if that takes twelve nights of delicious seduction by a roaring fire, she's more than willing to reveal her gifts very slowly. . .

"The perfect holiday treat!" --Kieran Kramer

"Kelly combines wit, innocent sensuality, and seduction in this tale of a
forced marriage between a beautiful plain-speaking pacifist Quaker and
a handsome war hero who inherits a rundown earldom." ~Publishers Weekly

Praise for Vanessa Kelly and My Favorite Countess

"In her latest sublimely sensual Regency historical, Kelly delivers wit, a tightly knit plot, a refreshingly different hero, and a realistically complicated heroine, who could give Scarlett O'Hara a good run for her money." --Booklist (starred review)

About Vanessa Kelly

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Vanessa Kelly is the award-winning author of the His Wicked Revenge, the Renegade Royals series, and the Stanton Family series, among other novels. She lives in Ottawa, Ontario. A classically trained actress in England, Veida Dehmlow has dozens of stage credits to her name. Her voice work includes commercials, video games, and the narration of books in a variety of genres, including nonfiction, historical romance, short stories, and children's books.
Published October 2, 2012 by Zebra Books. 401 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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