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Thursday, December 24, 2020

A Regency Christmas by Susan Payne

Three delightful Christmas themed stories. All set in Regency England. Penelope from a very good family has fallen on hard times, trying to protect her brother Christopher who is in debt, always wanting more and being drawn into the wrong circles. How does one protect a grown up boy in Regency England, with the restrictions placed on women. The second story was slightly hilarious. Lord Williamsburg at 40 realises that he must marry and have some heirs - he has left it rather late. But in his search for a bride, it seems that the girl's mother is the one who is attracting his attention the most! The third story set in Gunter's Tea Room amidst all the pastries and fancies made me wanting to eat and taste them all as the cooking is part of the attraction of the story as well as the love story which followed. Ideal to put one in the Christmas spirit. Sent by The Wild Rose Press for an unbiased review, courtesy of Netgalley.


  1. I love an anthology at this busy time of year. This sounds fun.

  2. A nice time of year of this one; enjoy the holidays.

  3. Sounds seasonal and fun. Thanks and Merry Christmas

  4. This sounds like a lovely anthology. I'm wishing I had read a seasonal regency this year. I have one available for next year.
    Have a blessed day and week to finish off the year!