In the mood for a Christmas romance? Here are some of my books that take place at Christmas.
A Duke by Any Other Name is a Regency romance featuring a duke in disguise and a perceptive maiden, both attending a Christmas wedding. Alexander intends to identify and capture a spy but is enticed by Daphne—will she help him to succeed or undermine his plan? (I think of this as my Scarlet Pimpernel story.)
The Snow White Bride is a medieval Scottish romance featuring a marriage of convenience between a lady on the run and the Laird of Kinfairlie, who thinks he has no time to wed. Christmas at Kinfairlie means mummers and celebration—the healing of old wounds and a love unexpected. I love this story so much.
The Mercenary’s Bride is a medieval Scottish novella, in which Quentin returns to Inverfyre bent on revenge—but finds a second chance at love instead. There’s nothing I love more than a wounded hero who finds true love and a happy ending.
A Most Inconvenient Earl is a Christmas Regency romance novella, which you can read in the Twelve Lords of Christmas right now, along with eleven other holiday romances. Sebastian gets more than expected when Eurydice proposes to him—when he accepts, their adventure begins. This is another story of love unexpected, and I love their banter.
The Rogue was my first visit to Ravensmuir. Merlyn and Ysabella have a second chance at love, but not before someone threatens Merlyn’s life and Ysabella has to surrender her (many) secrets. This one has some suspense elements and a bit of Gothic tone, but Merlyn remains one of my favorite heroes.
Check out these Christmas romances and find a new holiday read today!