Christmas Grace, A Regency Christmas Collection

October 18, 2017 | 2 Comments
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Christmas Grace, A Regency Christmas CollectionChristmas Grace, A Regency Christmas Collection
Author: Anita Stansfield, Chalon Linton, Jennifer Moore, Krista Lynne Jensen
Genres: Christmas Anthology, Romance Anthology
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 272
Date: October 2, 2017
Publisher: Covenant

Let Nothing You Dismay by Jennifer Moore, After their childhood friendship blossomed into love, one young couple’s whirlwind romance ended in bitter disappointment. Now, years later, can a long-overdue Christmas gift heal two wounded hearts?

Christmas at Canterwood by Krista Lynn Jensen A charming new governess is determined to create a magical Christmas for her young charges. What follows is a season of warmth, laughter, and even the promise of an unanticipated love.

Winter Angel by Anita Stansfield For generations, one small London bakery has carried on the sweet tradition of delivering bread to the impoverished. When the lovely baker meets a down-on-his luck stranger, her kindness will open the door to a bright friendship—and an astonishing discovery.

Christmas Grace by Chalon Linton After suffering a heartbreaking loss, one woman returns home to honor the family tradition of staging a Christmas celebration for the surrounding village. But when a severe snowstorm hinders her plans, help—and hope—find her in the most unexpected of ways.


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About Anita Stansfield

Anita Stansfield

Anita Stansfield has been a queen of romantic fiction for more than a decade. Her work has shattered the stereotypes of romance novels with her trademark ability to combine great storytelling with intense psychological depth as she focuses on the emotional struggles of the human experience.

About Jennifer Moore

Jennifer Moore

Jennifer Moore is a passionate reader and writer of all things romance due to the need to balance the rest of her world that includes a perpetually traveling husband and four active sons, who create heaps of laundry that is anything but romantic. Jennifer has a B.A. in Linguistics from the University of Utah. She lives in northern Utah with her family, but most of the time wishes she was aboard a British frigate during the age of sail. She writes Regency, Historical, and Contemporary Romance.

About Krista Lynne Jensen

Krista Lynne Jensen

Krista Lynne Jensen has lived in lush Oregon and rugged Wyoming, but Washington is her beloved home state. She is a mother of six, gramma of three, a gardener and cook, loves to travel, and lives to make the best of what she’s been given. Krista writes inspirational romance, and fantasy.

2 responses to “Christmas Grace, A Regency Christmas Collection

  1. Mara Harvey

    This is a great book to get you in the Christmas spirit. They’re love stories that happen over the Christmas season, but I found them to be more than that. I think each of them show the true meaning of the spirit of Christmas. The stories take place in the Regency era but aren’t about the holidays being celebrated by the titled and elite, and each one is completely different. I couldn’t pick a favorite because I like each one for different reasons.
    The individual stories are short enough that you can read one while taking a break, but the writers are still able to give enough details about the characters and make you care about them. The stories don’t feel rushed. All of these are definitely sweet, clean romances.

  2. Maria

    I thought this was a sweet collection of Christmas romance stories.

    Let Nothing You Dismay by Jennifer Moore
    This story reminded me a bit of An Affair to Remember but regency style. It is a second chance romance and was very sweet once the reason for the failed elopement was exposed. I enjoyed the story.

    Christmas at Canterwood by Krista Lynn Jensen
    If I were to describe this story in one word it would be “delightful”. I loved the idea of the privileged children working to assist the needy and in so doing enhancing their own Christmas. And giving the Christmas play as a gift to the parents was the sweetest thing ever.

    Winter Angels by Anita Stansfield
    This was a lovely story that showed the true spirit of Christmas (lived through out the year) and the goodness of Christlike people. Sweet romance.

    Christmas Grace by Chalon Linton
    I think that I would have liked this one better in a longer novel version. I liked the premise of the story but think it needed more development. The idea of honoring one’s deceased spouse by continuing his tradition was lovely and I also loved the theme of hope.

    If you are wanting to escape into some lovely Christmas Regency romance then sit down with this one.

    No sex, language or violence

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