2017 Christmas Extravaganza featuring Isabella Hargreaves

 

2017 Christmas Extravaganza featuring Isabella Hargreaves

Christmas for me is about being with family and friends, sharing the love and joy of the season. I look forward to putting up the decorations in December, buying the ham and planning the menu. In the weeks leading up to the big day I also enjoy all the Christmas do-s with work colleagues and friends. On Christmas day, it’s all about opening the presents with family and sharing Christmas lunch.

However, sometimes Christmas requires a healthy dose of forgiveness of a family member’s words and actions. Forgiveness is one of the themes in my latest Christmas novella, Runaway Christmas Bride, which is set in Regency England.

Miss Amelia Fortescue, the only child of profligate gambler, Baron Fortescue, wants to marry for love, but her parents won’t wait for that. They need her as bait to land a wealthy son-in-law to pay off their debts.

Wealthy banker and former soldier, Major Adam Wellworth, fell in love with Amelia from afar. Before he could gain an introduction, Bonaparte escaped and Adam was forced to rejoin the army. Back in England months later, with an injury that’s proving hard to shake off, his love for Amelia hasn’t diminished. He seeks the Fortescue’s permission to court her, but it comes with conditions.

Adam invites the Fortescues to his estate for the Christmas week, so Amelia can get to know him. However, his plan goes horribly awry before they arrive, when Amelia’s parents tell her she’ll be married on Christmas Day.

Amelia’s not going to be forced to marry anyone, especially someone she’s never met, and who she believes is maimed and elderly. Instead, helped by a gallant gentleman, she becomes the Runaway Christmas Bride.

Can Adam escort Amelia to her great-aunt for Christmas without her discovering his identity? And how does he reveal his name afterwards without earning her loathing? Only a Christmas miracle could fix this mess.

I have two ebook copies of Runaway Christmas Bride to give away. If you would like one, please leave a comment on this post. You can tell me your experiences with a difficult loved one or what Christmas means to you.

Wishing you a wonderful, joy-filled holiday season!

 

 

Runaway Christmas Bride
Isabella Hargreaves

Miss Amelia Fortescue, the only child of profligate gambler, Baron Fortescue, wants to marry for love, but her parents won’t wait for that. They need her as bait to land a wealthy son-in-law to pay off their debts.

Wealthy banker and former soldier, Major Adam Wellworth, fell in love with Amelia from afar. Before he could gain an introduction, Bonaparte escaped and Adam was forced to rejoin the army. Back in England months later, with an injury that’s proving hard to shake off, his love for Amelia hasn’t diminished. He seeks the Fortescue’s permission to court her, but it comes with conditions.

Adam invites the Fortescues to his estate for the Christmas week, so Amelia can get to know him. However, his plan goes horribly awry before they arrive, when Amelia’s parents tell her she’ll be married on Christmas Day.
Amelia’s not going to be forced to marry anyone, especially someone she’s never met! Instead, helped by a handsome gentleman, she becomes the Runaway Christmas Bride.

Can Adam escort Amelia to her great-aunt for Christmas without her discovering his identity? And how does he reveal his name afterwards without earning her loathing? Only a Christmas miracle could fix this mess.

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To win one of two ebook copies of Isabella Hargreaves Christmas novel Runaway Christmas Bride, simply enter your details below:

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