Shamed into spinsterhood by a fall from grace years earlier, Eleanor Gurnwood has found a home for herself in the tiny village of Upper Upton, and a quirky, sometimes annoying family in the villagers she’s been serving as her vicar-brother’s minion. Now, with his rising career, she’s faced with a choice: succumb to his pressure to keep house for him elsewhere or stay on in genteel poverty with her new “family”.
For now, she has only one goal in sight: to make this year’s Christmas service beautiful for the parishioners of St. Tancred’s—until the Christmas eve when a man from her past rides in on a white horse.
Major Sir Bramwell Huxley, late of his Majesty’s 95th Foot, has ventured on one last mission, a quest for a Christmas miracle: finding the lady he abandoned before leaving for Waterloo. With the help of the villagers of Upper Upton and a bit of Christmas magic, can Bramwell convince Eleanor to take a chance on love again?
Flowers for his Lady is a heartwarming tale of redemption, forgiveness, and the power of love to heal even the deepest wounds.
Previously published in Belles & Beaus, A Bluestocking Belles Collection.
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