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[Read] ➲ Christmas Candles ➺ Mary Jo Putney – Viagraonl1ne.us

Christmas Candles Two Times, Two Places, Two Tender Holiday Romances The Best Husband Money Can Buy Regency England Emma Stone, A Lonely Governess, Inherits An Unexpected Fortune, And Realizes That She Can Now Have The Husband And Family She Craves Anthony Vaughn, The Dashing Distant Cousin She Has Known Since Childhood, Needs A Fortune To Pay His Father S Debts And Preserve The Family Estate Together They Strike A Bargain Even Though Emma Knows She Risks Not Only Her Fortune But Her Heart Mad, Bad, And Dangerous To Know An American Western English Born Gambler Andrew Kane Was Ready To Settle Down When A Wrongful Conviction Condemns Him To Be Hanged On His Journey To The Gallows, He Meets Despairing Young Widow Eliza Holden Together, They Find Comfort And A Stunning Sense Of Connection Can Eliza Create A Christmas Miracle For Them Both

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➲ Christmas Candles ➺ Mary Jo Putney – Viagraonl1ne.us


  1. says:

    I d read the first one before, but I liked as much the second time The second one was both sweet and suspenseful Both were excellent.


  2. says:

    Two fabulous but distinctly different and utterly delight Christmas novellas One is Victorian, the other a western In both, the couples find love unexpectedly at Christmas time.


  3. says:

    Two Novellasa little bit than a short story Ms Putney never disappoints They are both good stories The first is in the Regency Period my favorite Period to read and one is an 1870 Western not my favorite Genre I don t feel a need to read Holiday Hearts 1 unless it comes to m...


  4. says:

    These are both previously published works in older print anthologies The Best Husband Money Can Buy was one I d read before in the Stockingful of Joy anthology 4 stars Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know was new to me It was okay, but I wish it had been longer 3 stars.


  5. says:

    Two romantic short stories with a Christmas theme.The First is set in Regency England, and the second in 1870 s Texas.


  6. says:

    Two Christmas themed novellas perfect for the season.

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