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Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish by Grace Burrowes

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Also by Grace Burrowes:

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Forever and a Duke, November 2019
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Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish, October 2019
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How To Ruin A Duke, June 2019
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When a Duchess Says I Do, April 2019
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Love by the Letters, March 2019
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The Heir, March 2019
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My One and Only Duke, November 2018
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'Tis the Season, October 2018
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Gabriel, January 2018
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Beckman, November 2017
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No Other Duke Will Do, November 2017
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Too Scot to Handle, August 2017
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Ethan, August 2017
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Nicholas, May 2017
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Big Sky Ever After, April 2017
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David, February 2017
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The Trouble with Dukes, December 2016
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Douglas, November 2016
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Will's True Wish, February 2016
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Daniel's True Desire, November 2015
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Christmas in Duke Street, October 2015
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Matthew, October 2015
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The Duke and His Duchess / The Courtship, September 2015
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Tremaine's True Love, August 2015
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Dancing in the Duke's Arms, July 2015
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Must Love Scotland, May 2015
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The Duke's Disaster, April 2015
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Kiss Me Hello, March 2015
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The First Kiss, February 2015
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Must Love Highlanders, February 2015
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A Single Kiss, January 2015
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A Kiss for Luck, December 2014
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Kiss and Tell, November 2014
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Christmas in the Duke's Arms, October 2014
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What a Lady Needs for Christmas, October 2014
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The Laird, September 2014
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The Traitor, August 2014
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The Captive, July 2014
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The MacGregor's Lady, February 2014
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Douglas, January 2014
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Gareth, November 2013
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Lady Jenny's Christmas Portrait, October 2013
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Gabriel, September 2013
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Once Upon A Tartan, August 2013
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Beckman, July 2013
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Ethan, June 2013
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Nicholas, May 2013
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Darius, April 2013
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The Duke and his Duchess, March 2013
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Lady Eve's Indiscretion, February 2013
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The Bridegroom Wore Plaid, December 2012
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The Courtship, November 2012
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Lady Louisa's Christmas Knight, October 2012
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Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal, May 2012
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The Virtuoso, November 2011
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Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish, October 2011
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The Soldier, June 2011
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The Heir, December 2010
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Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish
Grace Burrowes


The Duke's Daughters #1
Sourcebooks Casablanca
October 2011
On Sale: October 1, 2011
Featuring: Lady Sophie Windham; Lord Vim Charpentier
384 pages
ISBN: 1402261543
EAN: 9781402261541
Kindle: B005EU5092
Paperback / e-Book
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Mass Market Paperback (October 2019)

Romance Historical | Holiday

It’s just before Christmas, and Lady Sophie Windham has an abandoned baby on her hands with nobody to help her but a handsome stranger who hates the holidays. Sophie and Lord Vim Charpentier succumb to a vulnerable moment, and he feels he must leave before he compromises her. But they’re trapped by a snowstorm in a ducal mansion full of well-placed sprigs of mistletoe…

Windham Sisters

Windhams

Comments

21 comments posted.

Re: Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish

Great feel-good read for the holidays!
(Becky Hagstrom 6:09pm November 30, 2011)

I absolutely love reading collections of historical romance stories. I always keep
one or two in my glove compartment as my go-to reading between kids' sporting
events. And if those stories take place during the holiday season, more the better. I
can't wait to read 'Tis the Season!
(
Kt C 12:05pm December 1, 2018)

I also would love to read Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish. Even though I am a parent,
I can't imagine what I would do if a child was abandoned on my doorstep. I look
forward to reading all about Lady Sophie's joy and missteps on caring for an
unexpected baby.
(
Kt C 12:13pm December 1, 2018)

I love Christmas stories and have a bookcase of keepers. I try to reread many
each year, but find so many good new ones every year, it is hard to keep up.
Christmas Moon by Elizabeth Lane is a favorite. I also have many anthologies
which are big favorites. I do believe that 'TIS THE SEASON will be joining them.
I love the general feeling of happiness, camaraderie, and helpfulness. The
outpouring of generosity and helpfulness is reassuring. It gives me hope that
the feelings will extend past the holidays and make a better future for us all.
(
Patricia Barraclough 12:53pm December 12)

All those wonderful books are fun but I love the family
dynamics, sharing old memories and making new ones.
(
Debra Guyette 8:31am December 12)

My traditional re-read is “Pride & Prejudice”. Guess that’s why I love
Romance!
(
Kathy Roope 1:42pm December 12)

I love the surprise I get every time the family gets together filling us in on
everything that has happened (known or not by us) talking over each other and
finding that I have heard it all. The excitement of the adult children and their
families joining in first joy, then happiness and then quietly communicating as we
settle in to "just being together." A true gift and the most important!
(
Sandra Spilecki 5:21pm December 12)

Traditions make the holidays sparkle and you get to learn
other's traditions and see if you want to incorporate parts
of them in yours. Historical fiction is one of my favorite
genres. I like learning about the "old" traditions and the
way things were way back then.
(
Alyson Widen 8:43pm December 12)

Traditions make the holidays sparkle and you get to learn
other's traditions and see if you want to incorporate parts
of them in yours. Historical fiction is one of my favorite
genres. I like learning about the "old" traditions and the
way things were way back then.
(
Alyson Widen 8:43pm December 12)

My favorite part of the holiday is the getting together
with loved ones and all of the holiday food. A traditional
re-read for me is Truman Capote's A Christmas Memory.
(
G. Bisbjerg 11:21pm December 12)

love the cover and sounds like a good book
(
Vickie Couturier 8:40am December 13)

My favorite things are the excitement on the faces of young children and Christmas music.
(
Anna Speed 11:34am December 13)

Can’t wait to read. Cover is very inticing.
(
Vicki Gollnisch 11:33pm December 13)

Maybe my Christmas wish will come true..... for my husband to read one of
my romance novels, and role play!!! Lol he needs all the help he can get
(
Vicki Gollnisch 11:34pm December 13)

I love decorating, listening to holiday music, time with family!
(
Colleen Conklin 12:10pm December 14)

love reading Christmas stories
(
Denise Holcomb 1:20pm December 14)

I love the bright decorations and music.
(
Susan Jang 6:15pm December 14)

My favorite aspect of the holidays is more quality time with
my family.
(
Janie McGaugh 1:19am December 15)

Hi Grace! Loved your books for more than a decade now! Met you at HRR
a few years ago. Are you planning on going back ever to HRR?
(
MaryAnne Banks 6:17am December 15)

This definity looks like a good read on a snowy winter day and
we do get alot of snow here in Pennsylvania
(
Shirley Younger 4:01pm December 15)

good story
(
Kaca Mata 12:49pm December 16)

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