â€œThe Soldierâ€™s Christmas Miracleâ€ is by Gayle Wilson. Guy Wakefield has spent years searching for the woman who gave him a reason to live when he thought his life was over. When he finally finds her, Guy will have to fight for her life. Isabella Stowe is willing to accept his gratitude but little else. Maybe Christmas magic will help.
Amanda McCabe pens â€œSnowbound and Seduced,â€ the story of Mary Bassington, Lady Derrington. Mary, a widow, would love to be carefree again, but she did not bargain on Dominick, Viscount Amesby. Dominick had been her first love but the reality of life prevented that from being a practical union. Now with snow and the beauty of the Christmas season, anything seems possible.
The final story, â€œChristmas at Mulberry Hill,â€ is by Carole Mortimer. Lord Gideon Grayson has not returned to the ancestral home since his brother died. He is expecting to find his young ward, but instead he is greeted by a beautiful young woman who knows very little of social conventions. Staying alone with her would definitely not be appropriate, especially when she taxes his self control. He decides to remove them both to Mulberry Hall, but even there he cannot escape the temptation and still he finds that mistletoe.
When three wonderful authors get together and pen short stories set during Christmas, something special happens and readers are gifted with a delightful group of stories. The magic of Christmas combined with the magic of the Regency era make Regency Christmas Proposal a set of stories sure to be added to our Christmas keeper shelf, each one unique and each one leaving a smile on your face. Fantastically magical jobs for Gayle Wilson, Amanda McCabe and Carole Mortimer.