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Nobody misses Lord & Lady Hartwell's Christmas Ball, . . . but they all go for different reasons. When Lady Sybil runs off with an Italian portrait painter, her bastard half-sister Jane Tate goes in her place. Lord Eddleton plans on proposing to "Sybil" under the mistletoe. Lady Darvish is on the hunt for her fifth husband.. And Ian Michael MacGarrett, the head groom with more than horseflesh on his mind, is determined to show Jane that love doesn't have to pretend.

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"My Lady Below Stairs, the story of a bastard servant girl called in to impersonate her missing aristocratic half-sister with results worthy of Shakespeare!” ~ Library Journal

"Great writing and research skills, as well as her ability to weave a good old-fashioned story with heft, make her an author to watch." ~Michelle Buonfiglio, RomanceBuyTheBook

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    Comical read

    I enjoyed the characters; especially the groom Ian as he was written as a strong determined and self respecting person for that time in history. Well written and plenty of fun to read.

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    My Lady Below Stairs

    This is a refreshing change from the usual modern Regency romance. The various couples are all reasonably believable, at least in 21st century terms - although as ever Georgette Heyer would have blushed to write it and Jane Austen would have fainted by the tenth page! Mia Marlowe knows her background history quite well and the only glaring anomaly is that a manor house has been placed in the centre of London's West End.


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