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I really do not like Elise. The festive house party is in full swing when the guests are snowed in, and Harry and Elise find themselves together beneath the mistletoe. I expected to love this book; I wanted to love this book. However, when Tremaine, the rake with whom Rosalind once had a ruinous run-in, arrives, she wishes she could disappear. The house party aspect is less developed because Merrill does not waste characterization on any but her primary four. Harry resolves to show Elise what she is missing and plans a Christmas party at his estate. The festive house party is in full swing when the guests are snowed in, and Harry and Elise find themselves together beneath the mistletoe.

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the mistletoe wager merrill christine

I so wish I could have been at this Christams party to watch the interchange between the main characters myself. Harry spends his time puppeteering his house guests, and saying nothing to Elise about what she means to him. But one thing stood in her way: touch typing. The next years were spent learning to tell stories that people might want to read, and trying to find someone who wanted to buy them. Read information about the author Christine Merrill has wanted to be an author for as long as she can remember.

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Christine Merrill

the mistletoe wager merrill christine

I so wish I could have been at this Christams party to watch the interchange between the main characters myself. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Harry Pennyngton, Earl of Anneslea, is surprised when his estranged wife, Elise, arrives home for Christmas, especially as she is still intent on divorce! Maybe the magic of Christmas is just what these two need to reignite their love. Christine Merrill has wanted to be an author for as long as she can remember. The explanation for the hero's behavior was too little, too late for me.

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The Mistletoe Wager by Christine Merrill

the mistletoe wager merrill christine

To read the rest of my review, please visit Updated: 19 October 2013 I feel bad that I didn't love this book. I'm not doing the book justice because I am afraid of giving spoilers and I really wouldn't want to ruin the fun for anyone. The festive house party is in full swing when the guests are snowed in, and Harry and Elise find themselves together beneath the mistletoe. Harry Pennyngton, Earl of Anneslea, is surprised when his estranged wife, Elise, arrives home for Christmas, especially as she is still intent on divorce! Harry Pennyngton, Earl of Anneslea, is surprised when his estranged wife, Elise, arrives home for Christmas, especially as she is still intent on divorce! Maybe the magic of Christmas is just what these two need to reignite their love. I will just repeat that I highly recommend this book for anyone looking for some light-hearted Christmas cheer with a good dose of romance to make you smile with glee. The Mistletoe Wager is marriage in trouble tale.

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the mistletoe wager merrill christine

I do love Chris's writing style, and I thoroughly enjoyed the secondary couple. Harry, the husband, resorts to trickery to get his estranged wife, Elise, to return home for the holidays. The basis for their relationship is one mishap at a Christmas party years ago, and neither has forgotten the other. I do love Chris's writing style, and I thoroughly enjoyed the secondary couple. The festive house party is in full swing when the guests are snowed in, and Harry and Elise find themselves together beneath the mistletoe. To view it, This book was a bit annoying.

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Mistletoe Wager

the mistletoe wager merrill christine

Christine is now busy writing her fifth book, and is more than slightly jealous that her manuscripts get to visit England, while she stays home in Wisconsin Reviews of the The Mistletoe Wager. Christine is now busy writing her fifth book, and is more than slightly jealous that her manuscripts get to visit England, while she stays home in Wisconsin. This Christmas romance has two couples, Harry and Elise, the Earl and Countess of Anneslea. I don't think it's spoiling anything to say that their whole problem was that they loved each other, but decided to pretend that they didn't care. But one thing stood in her way: touch typing. I was hoping he would just give her a divorce in the end.

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The Mistletoe Wager by Christine Merrill

the mistletoe wager merrill christine

But one thing stood in her way: touch typing. Fate would have other plans, however… Rather than write a main romance with a secondary romance sub-plot, Merrill chose to balance out her two stories — the one involving Harry and Elise and the one involving Rosalind and Tremaine — very evenly. The conflict between Harry and Elise is not actually very dramatic. The story involving Rosalind and Tremaine is better since they have less to conceal and their chemistry is stronger. It is fun and you will get two romances to entertain you. It is fun and you will get two romances to entertain you. .

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The Mistletoe Wager

the mistletoe wager merrill christine

They could not, however, communicate their way out of a paper bag, and they are both proud. Maybe the magic of Christmas is just what these two need to reignite their love…. Harry gets his half-sister Rosiland to act as hostess while he slowly tries to win his wife back to his side only Rosil I highly recommend this story. And when she does, he puts the rest of his subtle and complex plan to win her back in motion. The festive house party is in full swing when the guests are snowed in, and Harry and Elise find themselves together beneath the mistletoe. Harry Pennyngton, Earl of Anneslea, is surprised when his estranged wife, Elise, arrives home for Christmas, especially as she is still intent on divorce! Elise waffles back and forth between almost giving in to Harry and playing jealousy games using Tremaine as her prop. It has a significant Christmas feel to it, and may well appeal to readers who like Regency house parties.

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