Nine Ladies Dancing 2023

Seven bestselling authors present seven Regency romances — some traditionally sweet, some clean, some mildly sensuous — in a boxed set you won’t want to miss!

Married by Christmas by Jenna Jaxon: It's a wager he should have refused, but he'll do anything to help his friend find a husband by Christmas.

Masked Love by Nicole Zoltack: An evening of enchantment has a maid wishing a lord might look past his station this Christmas season.

A Wooly Christmas by Patricia Kiyono: Abigail wants love and justice for Christmas. Instead she gets her neighbor's sheep eating her roses. Can the handsome solicitor help?

A Nettle by any Other Name by Ruth J. Hartman: Helen Marie, Lady Stormont, longs to improve educational opportunities for the bluestockings of Highgate. Thinking she’ll be alone in her endeavors, she’s thrilled when her close friend Talbot Yelverton happily agrees to help her. Little does she know that Talbot has ideas of his own.

Teach Me Under the Mistletoe by Kay Springsteen: What's a girl to do when she's never been kissed, and the worldly man she wants regards her as a child?

An Unexpected Connection by Felicia Rogers: Caroline Brooks has watched for two years for her beloved to come home from the war. But when he doesn't, leaving her disappointed and alone, Caroline volunteers at the local hospital for military ex-servicemen in hopes of finding Jeremy or some news of him. Can she find hope in Christmas?

Love, Unmasked by Vivian Roycroft: John Greysteil has waited two years for the lovely lady of his dreams to make room in her heart for him. If she’s leaving London for good, that doesn’t give him much time. In the crush of a masked Christmas ball, can he catch her attention and win her heart?

About Patricia Kiyono

Patricia is a retired elementary teacher, a wife, a mom, grandma, and great-grandma. But despite that, she isn't quite ready for shuffleboard and canasta - there's still too much to see and do! She loves to travel, and she likes to infuse some of those experiences in her stories.

Patrica also likes to create things - She spends a lot of time sewing, crocheting, and scrapbooking. Unfortunately, organization is not her strong suit - her family wishes she would spend less time creating, and more time cleaning.

Her first book, The Legacy, was published by Astraea Press (now Clean Reads) in July, 2011. Since then, she has kept busy writing several other books, and has had stories appear in two Chicken Soup for the Soul books.

You can follow Patricia on Facebook or Twitter, or check out her blog for more information about her current projects.

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