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A Prince for Yuletide

Anthea Lawson

Publisher: Fiddlehead Press

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Summary

A heartwarming Victorian-set holiday novella from USA Today bestselling, RITA-nominated author Anthea Lawson, celebrating the best of the season - Christmas trees, mulled wine, deceptions, and, of course, true love~ 
Miss Eliana Banning attends the Midwinter Masque and meets a gentleman in wolf’s clothing who might prove to be her heart’s desire… or her worst enemy. 
A Prince for Yuletide is a sweet (kisses only) Christmas-themed romance of approximately 100 pages.
Available since: 11/29/2016.

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