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Anna Bradley

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Anna Bradley is an award-winning author of steamy Regency Historical Romances. Anna lives with her husband and two children in Portland, OR, where people are delightfully weird and love to read.

Readers can get in touch with Anna via her webpage at http://www.annabradley.net, or, for all things romance (and an occasional "hot hero" pic!) please visit Anna on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/annabradley472.
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Tis the Season for Feasting!

Believe it or not, the holidays are now upon us! If you’re anything like me, when you think of holidays you think of festive parties and mouthwatering Christmas feasts. So, what better way to whet our holiday appetites than with a peek into Regency-era formal dining? Let’s imagine you’ve been given an invitation to London’s most exclusive dinner party. How might your evening unfold?


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“If a wicked rake doesn’t kiss a young lady when they’re alone in a moonlit rose garden, might it mean he doesn’t intend to? There were rules about such things. Weren’t they written down somewhere? If not, then they should be. A Treatise on Rakes, written for Susceptible Young Ladies, by a Lady of Distinction.”
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“She was determined to sever the connection between her brain and her mouth before any unpleasant truths could escape. After all, she didn’t need a brain to flirt, did she?”
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“If a wicked rake doesn’t kiss a young lady when they’re alone in a moonlit rose garden, might it mean he doesn’t intend to? There were rules about such things. Weren’t they written down somewhere? If not, then they should be. A Treatise on Rakes, written for Susceptible Young Ladies, by a Lady of Distinction.”
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“Oh, how glorious it must be, to care nothing for society’s censure, but how terrible it must be, to care for nothing at all.”
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“He didn’t want to see inside Lily’s heart; he didn’t want to know her beauty was the least remarkable thing about her.”
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