When you hear the words ‘three french hens’ what do you think?

Ever since I was old enough to know about ~the ways of the world~ I realised that these three French hens could be birds. OR…they could be mistresses.

Now you can see why I took this thematic direction with this steamy Regency Christmas novella!

If you’re ready to dive into Three French Hens, part of the Twelve Days of Christmas series, move quickly – it launched yesterday!

Welcome to the exciting new holiday series from USA Today Bestselling author Emily E K Murdoch.

It’s 1819, and Sophia’s hearing too much about the French hens…

Sophia Fitzroy is searching for a scandalous romance. Not an actual one, of course. Just something to entertain her this Season as her five sisters are now married and gone.

But when her declaration that she wishes to be seduced is accidentally overheard at a ball, her dull Season is instantly transformed.

Because Orlando Dunbar does not take no for an answer. Infamous for seducing ladies across the ton, his three French hens or mistresses are not enough to satisfy him—not now that he’s got Sophia in his sights.

She’s determined to steal his kisses but keep her heart. He’s never been rejected before, and doesn’t intend to start now.

Three French hens may be what he’s used to, but Sophia knows she’ll have to give up all her inhibitions if she wants to truly catch the eye of this man…

This novella is a steamy Regency romance with a happily ever after, no cliffhangers, and is part of a series which can be read in any order – but follow the numbers down for the best reading experience!

Meet the Fitzroy family: twelve cousins falling in love over Christmastime!

This novella is a steamy Regency romance with a happily ever after, no cliffhangers, and is part of a series which can be read in any order – but follow the numbers down for the best reading experience!

Note: This series is part of Dragonblade’s Flame line, so this is a sexy, steamy, and scorching-hot read with multiple sex scenes. Be advised.

Read Free in Kindle Unlimited!

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