Three classic tales of Christmas and love, together for the first time, from New York Times Bestselling Author Lynsay Sands!
All I Want
With Lady Prudence’s father gambling away the family’s savings, all she wants for Christmas is to haul him away from London’s most notorious gaming hell. Yet the wickedly handsome proprietor, Lord Stockton, refuses to let a lady enter his establishment. Now Pru needs a Christmas miracle to make her wish come true—and to resist succumbing to Stockton’s charms.
Three French Hens
Brinna’s life as a scullery maid changes with the arrival of the castle’s newest guest, Lady Joan. Desperate to escape an arranged marriage, Joan suggests that look-alike Brinna take her place at the Christmas festivities. Suddenly, Brinna finds herself being wooed by a true gentleman, and getting the best Christmas present of all: a new life.
The Fairy Godmother
Odel is told by her godmother that she must marry by Christmas, and even gives her fairy dust to separate the mice from the men. But Odel has sworn off love…until kind and generous Michel catches her eye. He shows Odel how good it can feel to fall in love, but will it be enough to convince Odel to trust her heart?
This is a reissue of my past historical short stories originally published in the anthologies Five Gold Rings, Mistletoe & Magic, and Wish List.
Wrap yourself up in a warm blanket, grab a cup of hot chocolate and find a cosy spot to read this one!
Goodreads reviewers gave it 4.75 stars out of 5!
This was so cute! I loved the bits of Humor Lindsay Sands three into each story and I found myself grinning and swooning through each story! Such a cute book to get you ready for the holidays! This collection will be available October 29th! ?Review by Lexi on Goodreads.
Even though these novellas are twenty years old, I was impressed with how Lynsay Sands' voice has remained constant through time; the stories do not feel dated. The author's trademarks are all present: the zany sense of humor, the fast-paced action, the scintillating dialogues, the scene- stealing secondary characters, the dynamic and willful heroines, and charming and noble heroes. I think it was a brilliant idea to gather these novellas in one book just in time for the Holidays. There's also an excerpt from the upcoming Hunting for a Highlander. Now, if I could only stop humming that tune ! Review by Monique Daoust from Fresh Fiction.