Book Reviews of A Regency Christmas IV: The Christmas Tart / A Seasonal Stratagem / The Porcelain Madonna / Christmas Rose / The Best Gift of All

A Regency Christmas IV: The Christmas Tart / A Seasonal Stratagem / The Porcelain Madonna / Christmas Rose / The Best Gift of All
A Regency Christmas IV The Christmas Tart / A Seasonal Stratagem / The Porcelain Madonna / Christmas Rose / The Best Gift of All
Author: Emma Lange, Sandra Heath, Marjorie Farrell, Mary Balogh, Mary Jo Putney
ISBN-13: 9780451173416
ISBN-10: 0451173414
Publication Date: 11/1/1992
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed A Regency Christmas IV: The Christmas Tart / A Seasonal Stratagem / The Porcelain Madonna / Christmas Rose / The Best Gift of All on + 50 more book reviews
this book has five Christmas stories for good reading
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From back cover:

A Regency Christmas

The holiday spirit comes alive in this wondrous new collection of five enchanting Christmas stories, written by some of the most beloved Regency authors. Filled with joyous Yuletide celebrations and heartwarming romance, this evocative, richly drawn treasury is a delight all year 'round.

"The Christmas Tart" by Mary Jo Putney
"A Seasonal Stratagem" by Sandra Heath
"The Porcelain Madonna" by Mary Balough
"Christmas Rose" by Marjorie Farrell
"The Best Gift of All" by Emma Lange
reviewed A Regency Christmas IV: The Christmas Tart / A Seasonal Stratagem / The Porcelain Madonna / Christmas Rose / The Best Gift of All on + 1414 more book reviews
I read "The Porcelain Madonna" by Mary Balogh.

Darcy Austin, Earl of Kevern, just wants to get through Christmas. He is strolling down the street when he notices a woman admiring Christmas items in a window. When he sees she is about to be robbed by a young cutpurse, Darcy catches the thief red-handed. Julie Bevan forgives the young boy for trying to take her purse. From that moment on, Darcy finds himself trying to help the impoverished woman and the boy who claims that he needs money to feed his starving family.

This was an cute Christmas themed novella. I loved that the young boy was giving tips to Darcy about how to win over the heroine. My rating: 3.5 Stars.