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Not a Gentleman's Christmas

#0, Mythical Knights

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Saving her from her curse is a gentleman's job. This werewolf, however, is no gentleman.

A Mythical Knights Holiday Story

Ruthie, cursed by a djinn, has been trapped in a recipe box for seventy-five years, and this Christmas is her last chance to break the curse. She assumes when Lee Reynolds opens the box, he will help her escape the djinn's magic.

Because that's what a gentleman does.

She learns very quickly, though, that Lee is no gentleman.

Unlike the Drigan werewolves, Lee is tormented by his wolf-side. Nightmares plague him, leaving him barely civilized most days. It takes all his control to work as a sous chef, but cooking is really the only thing that has ever soothed him.

Then Ruthie pops out of his grandmother's recipe box.

And his wolf side becomes positively beastly.

This book originally appeared in the USA Today Bestselling Anthology A Very Alpha Christmas 

Customer Reviews


I throughly enjoyed this story! Lee and Ruthie were an interesting couple. If you believe in magic then you will enjoy this story which involves wishes and a mystery. Read and enjoy!



The story focuses on; RUTHIE, a curvy, proper, blue-eyed beauty who lived during the depression; Lee, a heart-stirring gorgeous chef, and werewolf shifter, and Ruthie’s best friend’s grandchild.

What you’ll find in this story; a cast of impressive and engaging characters, fabulous creative story-line, powerful scene descriptions, superb banter, family issues, heart-rending moments, spiraling emotions, magical moments, intriguing, sky rocketing passionate romance, and a heart-warming conclusion that leaves you smiling and wanting more.

Seventy-five years ago, Ruthie and her best friend Evelyn made wishes to Malik a djinn. Ruthie’s wish was to remember recipes, but her wish landed her the prisoner of her friend’s recipe box. Lee wants to use a few of his grandmother's recipes in preparing this year’s Christmas dinner. His sister gives him grandma's cookbook, and the old recipe box. When he opens the box to his shocked surprise Ruthie appears in front of him. Ruthie needs help escaping the box, she asks Lee to help her; if he does not she will forever be trapped in the box.

SPECTACULAR wonderful fast paced well written holiday read by a truly gifted author. I loved this story; as it was sweet with just right touch of drama to hold your attention, a most gratifying read. The interactions between the characters is believable as they spring to life with fabulous dialogue, humor and fantastic plot. Lee certainly is no gentleman, but his devotion to Ruthie shines like a beacon. Steamy romance sets the pages ablaze. If you treasure shifter romance this is a wonderful book for your library. {I was gifted this book and this is my completely honest review}. In the world of shifter romance the possibilities are endless and always fascinating. Without reservation I recommend this book.

Not a Gentleman's Christmas
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Fiction & Literature
  • Published: Feb 19, 2016
  • Publisher: Flirtation Publishing
  • Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC
  • Print Length: 100 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: #0, Mythical Knights
  • Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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