A Christmas bride ; Christmas beau (Book, 2012) [Union University]
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A Christmas bride ; Christmas beau

A Christmas bride ; Christmas beau

Author: Mary Balogh
Publisher: New York : Dell, [2012]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Dell mass market editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
In a pair of Regency Christmas romances, Edgar Downes becomes involved in a scandalous liaison with beautiful widow, and recent widow Judith Easton fends off the advances of an old lover whose only motivation seems to be revenge.
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Genre/Form: Christmas stories
Historical romance
Fiction
Romance fiction
Regency fiction
Romans, nouvelles, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Balogh
ISBN: 9780440245469 044024546X
OCLC Number: 776519450
Notes: A Christmas bride. Originally published: New York : Signet, 1997. The epilogue for A Christmas bride originally appeared on the author's website. Christmas beau. Originally published: New York : Signet, 1991.
Description: 511 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: A Christmas bride --
Christmas beau.
Responsibility: Mary Balogh.

Abstract:

In a pair of Regency Christmas romances, Edgar Downes becomes involved in a scandalous liaison with beautiful widow, and recent widow Judith Easton fends off the advances of an old lover whose only motivation seems to be revenge.
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More complex than I expected

by booksonthebeach (WorldCat user published 2013-01-30) Excellent Permalink

It is not often that a novella--at least, not in the romance genre--delves into the darkness and pain of the human soul. Then again, both of these novellas are nearly full-length novels, and both are written by Mary Balogh, whose recent works have dealt increasingly with more complicated characters...
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