Wilson’s touching “The Soldier’s Christmas Miracle” whisks readers from the battlefield to the quiet countryside as Guy, Viscount Easton, searches for the woman whose tender touch and kind words healed him. He finds Isabella Stowe, but must convince her that they are meant for each other though he is younger and of a higher social status.
Mortimer tells a feisty and sexually charged tale of “Christmas at Mulberry Hall,” where Lord Grayson travels for the holidays. It has been two years since Gray’s brother’s death; two years since he has seen his ward, Amelia. He thinks she’s a child; how can she make him see she’s the woman for him?
McCabe brings long-ago sweethearts together to in “Snowbound and Seduced.” When Mary’s parents refused to allow her to marry Dominick, he left for the battlefield. She is now widowed and he’s a hero when they again cross paths. This time her sister has run off with his cousin and they must stop them before it is too late. (HARLEQUIN, Nov., 320 pp., $5.99)