When Peregrine meets Lady Sara, he sees a chance for a life beyond revenge. Devasting secrets may tear them apart, but he must also protect her from the enemy he has vowed to destroy.
Minerva Templeton is convinced her task is the worst. Travel to Scotland when she can hardly even travel outside of London thanks to her fears? This is going to be disastrous. What a fine thing she comes across a braw Scotsman to help her then.
Immerse yourself in the first three stories in the Echo Canyon Brides series that critics describe as “a spellbinding blend of romance, mystery, adventure, action and humor.”
Immerse yourself in 4-6 in the Echo Canyon Brides series that critics describe as “a wonderful blend of hope, passion, romance, mystery, and humor.”
Lord Seth Templeton has no desire for life to change. He enjoyed every minute of his bachelor existence. Anyway, his older brother, the Marquis of Eastbrook, partakes in enough seriousness for one family. His reputation as a rake has never caused him any problems…until now.
Now, he must find a wife. And quickly.
To fulfill the terms of her Grandfather's will, Lady Angel must perform unpaid duties as a lady’s companion for two months...which means spending time with the entirely disagreeable Mr. Hunter.
He needs a headmistress. She needs a position. A sensual tale of a bank clerk and an ex-spy who are about to discover they really just need each other.
Lewis Knight left behind his life as the son of nobleman years ago. The rough, scarred man is quite content to use his brute force and bad reputation to help the Earl of Redmere with his smuggling—a ruse to aid the war effort. But that all changes when Louisa--the woman he's admired for far too long--needs his help.
Torn from my home on my wedding day by the conquering troops of General Vespasian, I offer myself as a war-prize to two handsome, muscular barbarian princes in return for my family’s safety. Each wants me, but how can I choose between them?
Reed Valentine, Duke of Keswick has accidentally bought himself a gypsy girl... To prevent tensions igniting between the British and French, Reed and Orelia must work together, but the more time spent together, the harder it becomes to understand—why can’t a duke and a poor gypsy girl be together?