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8 edition of A Regency Christmas Eve found in the catalog.

A Regency Christmas Eve

five stories

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Published by Signet, New American Library in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Christmas stories, American.,
    • Love stories, American.,
    • Christmas -- England -- Fiction.,
    • Man-woman relationships -- England -- History -- 19th century -- Fiction.,
    • England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesGift of the spoons., Little miracles., Marriage stakes., Reckless Miss Ripley., Christmas thief.
      Statementby Nancy Butler ... [et al].
      GenreFiction.
      SeriesSignet Regency romance
      ContributionsButler, Nancy, 1951-, Metzger, Barbara., Lane, Allison., Farr, Diane., Layton, Edith., Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCPB Box no. 1946 vol. 1
      The Physical Object
      Pagination345 p. ;
      Number of Pages345
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3668483M
      ISBN 100451201671
      LC Control Number2002595865
      OCLC/WorldCa45193156

        Read Reese Witherspoon's May Book Club Pick of the Month A Regency Christmas Carol; A Regency Christmas Carol. by Christine Merrill; On Sale: past, present and future Joseph is brought down to earth with three thumps! But as the clock strikes midnight on Christmas Eve, has Joseph left it too late to claim the beautiful Barbara.   Discovering the Christmas traditions of the early 19 th century is one of the fun things about writing a Regency Christmas story. While I was looking into ways families would entertain themselves on Christmas Eve, I discovered one game that took me by surprise. It’s called Snapdragon and was a winter parlor game played around Christmas.

      THREE REGENCY HEROES IN DISGUISE. THREE CHRISTMAS NOVELLAS TO WARM YOUR HEART! ON A WINTER'S EVE by Louise Allen Snowbound together, Lady Julia Chalcott and Captain Giles Markham try to fight temptation. But, as Christmas draws closer, their attraction proves too strong to resist! MARRIAGE MADE AT C. 21" 80mm glitter ball on green wood stake" (red) sku: mtxred available:

      Jane Austen’s Christmas Day at Godmersham Park, her brother’s estate in the English countryside of Kent, was a merry one. As described by Claire Tomalin in Jane Austen: A Life, “Christmas was celebrated with carols, card games, blindman’s bluff, battledore, bullet pudding and dancing.”. Austen herself described the gaiety and revelry of Christmas in Persuasion, Chapter   Angels from the Realms of Glory was written by James Montgomery, for his Sheffield newspaper, the Iris, on Christmas Eve, The tune, Regent Square, was written in Perhaps the most interesting history we have is the origin of Silent Night, written by Joseph Mohr, in .


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A quintet of holiday romances, all set on Christmas Eve, features the contributions of five award-winning Regency romance authors--Nancy Butler, Diane Farr, Allison Lane, Edith Layton, and Barbara Metzger/5(14). Shelves: christmas, clean-romance, kisses-only, regency-romance In "Little Miracles" by Barbara Metzger, a family of churchmice take it upon themselves to rescue the crumbling church they call home.

They have only one shot, on Christmas Eve, to allow humans to hear them speak/5. Once Upon a Regency Christmas is a lovely Christmassy book containing three novella-length, Christmas-themed, Regency romances by Louise Allen, Sophia James and Annie Burrows.

I am a huge fan of both Louise Allen and Annie Burrows, and have read all their books /5. Regency Christmas Eve (Book #4 in the Signet Christmas Anthologies Series) by Nancy Butler, Barbara Metzger, Diane Farr, et al.5/5(5).

A Regency Christmas Eve by Barbara Metzger, Allison Lane, Nancy Butler, Diane Farr, Edith Layton,Signet, New American Library edition, in EnglishPages: Regency Christmas Eve - The Christmas Thief by Edith Layton ISBN Signet. Summary Celebrate the most joyous of seasons with these delightful stories of holiday romance from five of today's best-loved Regency authors.

Each tale is set on Christmas Eve, capturing the season's true spirit of charity and goodwill-and proving time and. Books shelved as regency-christmas: Sugarplum Surprises by Elisabeth Fairchild, A Partridge in a Pear Tree by Amanda McCabe, A Darcy Christmas by Sharon.

Regency Christmas Romance ( books) books based on 29 votes: A Christmas Promise by Mary Balogh, Under the Mistletoe by Mary Balogh, An Affair Before Christmas by. Unmasking Lady Caroline is the first book in the Belles of Christmas series and is a standalone Regency holiday romance.

The series can be enjoyed in any order: Unmasking Lady Caroline by Mindy Burbridge Strunk, Book 1Authors: Mindy Burbidge Strunk, Martha Keyes, Deborah M. Hathaway, Kasey Stockton, Ashtyn Newbold. Books shelved as regancy-christmas-romance: A Regency Christmas: Scarlet Ribbons / Christmas Promise / A Little Christmas by Lyn Stone, The Heart of Chri.

A Regency Christmas Eve features stories from two new-comers, two veterans and one in-between. To begin with, Barbara Metzger's tale of treasure hidden in a little country church and uncovered by the Merry Christmouse (and family) will have you holding your sides, laughing as you read/5(12).

This Christmas, cozy up with five all-new Regency tales. From five award-winning and bestselling Regency authors comes an all-new collection of Christmas stories that capture the warmth and magic of the holiday season.

Sandra Heath Carla Kelly Edith Layton Amanda McCabe Barbara Metzger Format: Mass Market Paperback/5(5). InChristmas was banned by Oliver Cromwell. carols were forbidden and all festive get-togethers were deemed against the the restoration of Charles II, Christmas was re-instated, albeit in a more subdued the Georgian period ( to ), it was once again a very popular celebration.

When searching for information on a Georgian or Regency (late Georgian) Christmas. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 18 cm. Contents: Little miracles / Barbara Metzger --The marriage stakes / Allison Lane --The gift of the spoons / Nancy Butler --The reckless Miss Ripley / Diane Farr --The Christmas thief / Edith Title: Signet Regency romance.

In the Regency era Christmas festivities began on the 6 th December, St Nicholas’s Day, with the exchange of small gifts and ended on January 6 th, Twelfth Night. This month was a time for parties, suppers and balls with family and friends and for charity to the poor, especially on Saint Thomas’s day, the 21 st December.

There was little financial help other than the workhouse for the. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Mistletoe Wishes: A Regency Christmas Collection by Anna Campbell at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 Brand: Anna Campbell. Looking for books by Edith Layton.

See all books authored by Edith Layton, including The Duke's Wager, and A Regency Christmas VII, and more on At the Christmas Eve masquerade ball, Evelyn plans to lure Michael underneath the mistletoe.

With a single, earth-shattering kiss, she's certain he'll finally realize she's the only girl for him. But her childhood friend, Colin, has the same plans for Evelyn. They'll both need the magic of a mistletoe kiss, but only one will succeed in their plans.5/5.

Most Regency fireplaces would not be big enough for a real Yule log, which was brought in on Christmas Eve and lit, and was expected to last through the twelve days of Christmas. It was lit from a piece of last year's log and is a clear remnant from the pre-Christian festival of Yule, the midwinter ceremony of fire and light.

The Signet Christmas Anthologies book series by multiple authors includes books A Regency Christmas Feast: Five Stories (Super Regency, Signet), A Regency Christmas Carol (Super Regency, Signet), A Regency Christmas Present (Signet Regency Romance), and several more.

Christmas trees, Christmas cards, and Christmas carols start us dreaming of a white Christmas. Whether you're writing about Christmas during the Regency or want to have a Regency-style Christmas in your own home, it's important to note that some of the customs we take for granted were not commonplace during the Regency period.

'Tis the season for six lovely and charming Regency romances! Curl up by the fire, sip your favorite hot drink, and enjoy A YULETIDE REGENCY: six brand new Regency romance novellas by Regina Scott, Sarah M.

Eden, Jen Geigle Johnson, Annette Lyon, Krista Lynne Jensen, and Heather B. Moore. ALWAYS KISS AT CHRISTMAS by Regina ScottBrand: Mirror Press, LLC. On Christmas Eve the children laid out the traditional holly branches on the window ledges ” Jane Austen: A Life, Claire Tomalin, p Christmas decorations during the Regency era were relatively simple compared to today’s standards, or even Victorian standards, when Christmas trees and wrapped packages made major appearances in common households.