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'Twas the night after Christmas

Pierce Waverly, the Earl of Devonmont, has been estranged from his mother for most of his life. When his mother's new companion, Mrs. Camilla Stuart, writes to tell him that his mother is seriously ill, he goes home. But when he learns that the lovely widow tricked him in order to effect a holiday reconciliation, he refuses to stay - unless she meets his 'terms.' Somewhere between trying to seduce the beautiful Camilla and struggling with the cruel memories of his childhood Christmases, Pierce discovers that not only does forgiveness go two ways, but that love can blossom even in the coldest of winters.

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32320003460064 L
Large Print Fiction   Rutherford library . . Available .  
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ISBN 9781471336164 (hbk.)
Classification Number L
Author Jeffries, Sabrina
Title 'Twas the night after Christmas [BK]
Series Hellions of Hallstead Hall Bk.6
Note Large print fiction
Pierce Waverly, the Earl of Devonmont, has been estranged from his mother for most of his life. When his mother's new companion, Mrs. Camilla Stuart, writes to tell him that his mother is seriously ill, he goes home. But when he learns that the lovely widow tricked him in order to effect a holiday reconciliation, he refuses to stay - unless she meets his 'terms.' Somewhere between trying to seduce the beautiful Camilla and struggling with the cruel memories of his childhood Christmases, Pierce discovers that not only does forgiveness go two ways, but that love can blossom even in the coldest of winters.
Subject Love stories
Regency fiction
Historical fiction
Nobility -- England -- Fiction
Mothers and sons -- Fiction
Reconciliation -- Fiction
Widows -- Fiction
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