FROM COZY INNS TO SPARKLING LONDON, SNOWFLAKES, AND LOVE, ARE IN THE AIR...
Winter holds special delights for lords and ladies. Laughter rings like sleighbells in the snow, and a courtship by candlelight can melt the coldest heart. And what follows the wooing? The wedding, of course!
In "The Fairy Tale Wedding" by Janice Bennett, a young bride's animated, on-the-shelf cousin is charged with bringing off the most gala wedding of the season. Until the groom's rich cousin arrives and turns a spinster's world upside-down. The heroine of Carola Dunn's "A Match for the Season" has snared a Duke, but she hasn't lost her heart...until she meets the Duke's cousin. Now she's in a dilemma--how to wed the right gentleman without setting off a scandal. A merry meeting sets a lively pace in Monique Ellis' "Three Nights at a Country Inn", where a snowstorm strands an independent miss, a stage-coach filled with children...and the rakish suitor she has refused to wed.
Here is an invitation to enjoy three tales of love set in a time when manners were courtly, romance was as luscious as ermine and lace, and schemes were hatched to bring about...A Winter Wedding