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Twelve Days Of Christmas (Cotillion Christmas Traditions #1)

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Tamara’s younger brother plans to spend Christmas at Oakley Park rather than with her in their London home. That simply will not do. She’s heard gossip about Lord Oakley and the scandalous holiday “celebrations” he’s indulged in since leaving the army. She sets out at once to rescue her brother from his clutches. But rather than finding a debauched rake, she finds a man ...more
Published October 10th 2013 by Ellora's Cave
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Nov 26, 2013 Gaele rated it it was amazing
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A lovely story of hope and redemption during the Christmas season, Tam is managing her brother’s inheritance as he attends school. Far from being the comfortable relationship that she remembers, her brother Terry is pushing the limits of propriety with his reckless behavior. When a letter arrives announcing his intentions to spend the Christmas holiday with his friend Damon at his family home, Tam is informed of the house’s reputation as a less than proper home.

Ashford is Lord Oakley and has sp
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Nov 28, 2013 Susana Ellis rated it really liked it
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Tamara's younger brother has disappeared with Lord Oakley's younger brother, and the two of them, along with the latter's rather dissipated friend, combine efforts to track them down. Tamara and Ashford find each other easy to talk to and become each other's confidantes. Ashford is dealing with the after-effects of his war experiences, in addition to misplaced guilt arising from his father's and older brother's deaths. Tamara is deeply saddened by the decline in her relationship with her brother ...more
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Barbara J. Miller started writing romances because she was running out of reading material and all her copies of her Georgette Heyer novels were becoming dog-eared. By day she works as a business analyst; by night she runs a retirement home for aged horses, dogs and cats. On the week-ends she spends a lot of time in Regency England, creating heroes and heroines to fight the Napoleonic Wars, shock ...more
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Cotillion Christmas Traditions (8 books)
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  • Festive Persuasion (Cotillion Christmas Traditions, #3)
  • Lydia's Christmas Charade (Cotillion Christmas Traditions, #4)
  • Snug In A Snowstorm (Cotillion Christmas Traditions, #5)
  • Helena’s Christmas Beau (Cotillion Christmas Traditions #6)
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  • Sense Of The Season (Cotillion Christmas Traditions #8)

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