Grace Burrowes

Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish

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New York Times Bestseller! "e;Grace Burrowes passes 'the hair rose on the back of my neck' test…{her} voice embeds itself in your brain."e;-USA Today A luminous holiday tale of romance, passion, and dreams come true from rising star Grace Burrowes, whose award-winning Regency romances are capturing hearts worldwide. All She Wants is Peace and Anonymity… Lady Sophie Windham has maneuvered a few days to herself at the ducal mansion in London before she must join her family for Christmas in Kent. Suddenly trapped by a London snowstorm, she finds herself with an abandoned baby and only the assistance of a kind, handsome stranger standing between her and complete disaster. But Sophie's Holiday is About to Heat Up… With his estate in ruins, Vim Charpentier sees little to feel festive about this Christmas. His growing attraction for Sophie Windham is the only thing that warms his spirits-but when Sophie's brothers whisk her away, Vim's most painful holiday memories are reawakened. It seems Sophie's been keeping secrets, and now it will take much more than a mistletoe kiss to make her deepest wishes come true… "e;Burrowes's sensual love story…rises above the crowd with deft dialogue and delightful characters."e;-Publishers Weekly (starred review)
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  • Vanyashared an impression3 years ago
    💞Loved Up

    Absolutely unputdownable.


  • Signe Nørretrandershas quoted5 years ago
    never seeing her again, never seeing Kit discover the joy of independent locomotion, never hearing the boy chortle
  • Signe Nørretrandershas quoted5 years ago
    late he was anchoring her for the real kiss, for the press of his open mouth over hers, for the startling warmth of his tongue insinuating itself against her mouth.
    She’d heard of this kind of kissing, wondered about it. It hadn’t sounded nearly as lush and lovely as Vim Charpentier

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