by Mary BaloghLike others have said, read Mary Balogh's angsty Christmas story THE WASSAIL BOWL.It was the best: five stars.It was unusual for a Signet Regency anthology story in that there was a little sex (it was mild).Most of these short stories are clean romances.
Barbara Metzger's THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING came in second (four stars) with Edith Layton's The GINGERBREAD MAN in third place (three stars).
I had problems believing the husband and wife would stay married in Sandra Heath's darkly-written SOPHIE'S SYLLABUB.Two stars.
I dropped Patricia Rice's THE CHRISTMAS GOOSE.I just could not become interested.
The stories are tied together by food and recipes.If you can buy this book cheaply get it for 'the Balogh' story.It was actually very good.
|Title||A Regency Christmas Feast|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||5.4 Mb|
|Book rating||4.45 (106 votes)