It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Romance! Christmas Novellas on Sale!

Happy Holidays!

Christmas romances are some of the most fun reading and really get readers in the mood for the holiday season. So, to fuel my readers’ passion for historical romance, I’ve put all of my Christmas novellas on sale for .99!

Hearts Beneath the Mistletoe–Jenny Crowley has been duped! At her eighteenth birthday celebration her parents announce that instead of having the London Season she’s dreamed of for years, Jenny has been betrothed from birth to Alexander Isley, son of family friends and heir to a title. A distraught Jenny refuses point-blank to marry Alec, and when her aunt offers to whisk her away to a Christmas house party, complete with many eligible young bachelors, Jenny jumps at the chance to enjoy a variety of entertainments, be courted, and perhaps fall in love.

It Happened Under the Mistletoe–Cajoling her parents into spending Christmas in Bath, Lady Sylvia is thrilled to meet Lord Daventry once more at the city’s Assembly Rooms. She and Roger manage a tryst under the mistletoe and Roger is ready to make a declaration for Sylvia’s hand. But when her father is called away on business, and her brother, Lord Chumleigh, arrives to chaperone Sylvia, Roger recognizes a man from his past who can sabotage his hopes of marriage to Sylvia.

A Match Made at Christmas–Unable to find a husband to her liking in three years, Lady Sophia Constantine is appalled to discover she’s promised to allow her grandmother to choose the gentleman. Balking every step of the way, Sophia is compelled to attend a family Christmas party where the man she’s expected to marry will be revealed. But when Grandmamma is delayed in London, Sophia decides to take matters into her own hands to find a husband of her choosing.

Married by Christmas–After two miserable Seasons, Miss Marianne Covington is determined not to have a third and enlists the help of longtime friend William Stanley to assist her. Will wagers he can find her a husband before Christmas. But when none of the suitors suit, he is ready to do something drastic for the woman who’s become more than just a friend.

Seduction at the Christmas Court–Alyse and Geoffrey, Lord and Lady Longford, have journeyed to the glittering Christmas Court of King Edward III in the year 1349 to wait upon the king and take part in some Yuletide merriment. However, when Geoffrey is suddenly called into the king’s service again, Alyse must remain at court, attending the queen and persuading her rebellious sister to accept an unwanted betrothal. When rumors of Geoffrey’s death arise, Alyse fends off an old suitor who wants to renew their friendship. But how long will he take “No” for an answer?

One of my Christmas novellas, It Happened at Christmas (the companion piece to It Happened Under the Mistletoe) is available this Christmas in the Nine Ladies Dancing: Christmas Miracles anthology. So if you’d like to grab the set, you’ll have nine yuletide tales to warm you this holiday season!

 

And–sing “Joy to the World”–Kensington Publishing has put my full-length Christmas romance, The Widow’s Christmas Surprise, on sale for .99! You might want to grab that while the sale lasts.

 

 

Again, Happy Holidays to everyone, and Happy Holiday Reading!

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2 Responses to It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Romance! Christmas Novellas on Sale!

  1. Karen Hackett says:

    Happy Holidays to you too, Jenna!

    Liked by 1 person

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