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Winter Fire

by Jo Beverley

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Series: Mallorens (6)

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New York Times bestselling author of St. Raven returns to the Georgian period and the irresistible Malloren clan in this sumptuous Christmas romance.  Genova Smith accompanies the elderly Trayce ladies and their handsome nephew Ash to a Christmas party at Rothgar Abbey, the home of the Marquess of Rothgar, the man Genova mistakenly believes to be her father. But when she and Ash are caught in a comprising situation, Genova agrees to pretend to be his betrothed. Jo Beverley captures readers in this tale of love, family, and truth.… (more)
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enjoyable - linked to the Mallorens but remotely ( )
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Beverley, Joprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Algarra, CatherineTraductionsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Brito, AmeliaTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Hilverda, M.secondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Sterlin, JennyNarratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed

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December 1763, in Surrey, en route to Rothgar Abbey

"Many people pray for tedium," Genova Smith's mother had often said to her as a girl if she complained that she was bored.
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New York Times bestselling author of St. Raven returns to the Georgian period and the irresistible Malloren clan in this sumptuous Christmas romance.  Genova Smith accompanies the elderly Trayce ladies and their handsome nephew Ash to a Christmas party at Rothgar Abbey, the home of the Marquess of Rothgar, the man Genova mistakenly believes to be her father. But when she and Ash are caught in a comprising situation, Genova agrees to pretend to be his betrothed. Jo Beverley captures readers in this tale of love, family, and truth.

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