In Suzanne Enoch’s Great Scot, Jane Bansil knows she will never have a fairy-tale life. But even at three-and-thirty, well past marriageable age, she has to admit that the architect the MacTaggerts have hired could turn even a confirmed spinster’s head. In Amelia Grey’s Christmas at Dewberry Hollow, Isabelle Reed has no plans to ever fall in love—and certainly not with Gate, a man who doesn’t live in Dewberry Hollow. She will fulfill her duty and help him keep his promise to have his ill grandfather back in London in time for Christmas dinner. But the last thing she wants is for Gate to take her heart with him when he goes. In Anna Bennett’s My Mistletoe Beau, Miss Eva Tiding is determined to cheer her widowed father with the perfect Christmas gift—even if it means breaking into the home of the rakish earl who swindled Papa out of his pocket watch and pretending to date him for the Christmas season.