Kissed at Christmas - Christina McKnight, Ava Stone & Michelle Willingham

Kissed at Christmas

By Author Christina McKnight, Ava Stone & Michelle Willingham

  • Release Date: 2017-09-26
  • Genre: Historical

Kissed at Christmas - Christina McKnight, Ava Stone & Michelle Willingham Book Description

The Earl and Countess of Banfield cordially request your attendance at the wedding for their daughters: Lady Tamsyn Hambly to Mr. Gryffyn Cardew, & Lady Morgan Hambly to Harold Mort, Viscount Blackwater, on the 24th day of December, 1811, at Castle Keyvnor, Bocka Morrow, Cornwall.


Christina McKnight's Bound By the Christmastide Moon
Silas Anson has spent his life dealing with other people’s mistakes. Now, as the Earl of Lichfield, he has a plan that will protect his siblings, and give him a chance at a normal life. His arranged marriage to Mallory Hughes should be perfect—except for one thing: she sees visions of the future. When a man determined to free himself from the shackles of the past marries a woman with precognition, happiness in the present may be just a kiss under the Christmastide moon away.

Ava Stone's Once Upon a Midnight Clear
Only a duke will do for Lady Ivy Dallimore. If her unhappily married sisters have taught her anything, it’s that love is fleeting but a title lasts forever, which is all well and good in theory until she finds herself falling for the scandalous third son of a marquess who is bound and determined to make his fortune in trade! Lord Michael Beck courts scandal, living life to the fullest and dabbling in games of chance. Unfortunately, he’s neither heir nor spare to his father’s title, and the time has come to enter a profession. Michael is no soldier, and he certainly isn’t cut out for the cloth, so he embarks on the most scandalous and risky venture of his life. He will need capital, however, and collecting a number of outstanding gambling debts at a Christmas Eve wedding at Castle Keyvnor seems like the perfect place to start, at least until he stumbles across the lady of his dreams. But what are the odds the practiced gambler can win the girl without losing everything he's worked for?

Michelle Willingham's The Sweetest Christmas
Lady Marjorie despises the idea of marriage. After being engaged to a man who tried to command every aspect of her life, from what she wore to what she ate, she refuses to consider matrimony again. Though she isn’t at all opposed to playing matchmaker for her cousin… Sir William Crandall is startled when Lady Marjorie believes he is a shy, withdrawn knight in need of a wife. He has nothing at all in common with her bluestocking cousin, but he is fascinated by the spirited Lady Marjorie. Despite her attempts at matchmaking, he intends to avoid marriage at all costs, after being abandoned at the altar. But a stolen kiss, a feast of gingerbread, and two unexpected friends find that there is magic in the Christmas holiday and a match that neither of them expected…

Book Reviews

  • Kissed At Christmas

    By ckempfe
    Kissed At Christmas, takes place at Castle Keyvnor, during the Christmas season. Bound by the Christmastide Moon: I thought Silas and Mallory were genuinely likable characters. I only wish the author didn't keep them apart so much. I was smitten with Silas's, and his strong desire to protect others. I adored how Mallory's character was caring, courageous and determined. Once Upon a Midnight Clear: A bit of romance, a protective ghost and two eager people trying to find their path in life. I was fascinated by how driven Michael's character was portrayed. I thought Ivy was a perfect match for Michael, as he will continue to cater to her every needs. The Sweetest Christmas: The Sweetest Christmas was a quick read that I finished in a couple of hours. It is the perfect romantic story for the up coming holiday season. Filled with many kisses, ghost and some blackmail. This book is certain to put you in the holiday spirit. I liked the fact how the author always had William and Marjorie in the same scene. It helps build on their relationship, and makes them falling in love more believable. I loved how passionate, William and Marjorie were with one another. They were both very warm, friendly and sensual. I really enjoyed reading The Sweetest Christmas. Michelle knows how to engage the reader’s interest. I was captivated by both William and Marjorie’s love story. Overall these authors were a pleasure to read. I liked how each story is intertwined with the others. I am hoping these authors continue on with this series. In the future, I am looking forward to reading more from these writers. I received an advanced copy of this book for an honest review. Caroline