Always the Mistletoe: A Regency Historical Romance Holiday Novella (Never the Bride)

Always the Mistletoe: A Regency Historical Romance Holiday Novella (Never the Bride)
About the Book

Always under mistletoe but never the bride – but not this Christmas…

Lady Prudence Lennox is of age, and tired of being treated like a child. Her brothers are married and settled but they still think of her as their baby sister, which is growing increasingly irritating.

Especially when the Reverend Michaels is visiting for Christmas.

He’s only four years older than her but has never seen her as a woman before – and she’s determined that this Christmas as they meet under the mistletoe, all that is going to change…

This novella is a steamy Regency romance with a happily ever after, no cliffhangers, and is part of a series that can be read in any order.

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Never the Bride Series
Always the Bridesmaid
Always the Chaperone
Always the Courtesan
Always the Best Friend
Always the Wallflower
Always the Bluestocking
Always the Rival
Always the Matchmaker
Always the Widow
Always the Rebel
Always the Mistress
Always the Second Choice

(Note: This story was first published as part of the Dragonblade Publishing Boxed set O’ Night Divine, December 2020)

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About the Author
Emily E K Murdoch

If you love falling in love, then you’ve come to the right place.

I am a historian and writer and have a varied career to date: from examining medieval manuscripts to designing museum exhibitions, to working as a researcher for the BBC to working for the National Trust.

My books range from England 1050 to Texas 1848, and I can’t wait for you to fall in love with my heroes and heroines!

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