To be pardoned for the crime of joining the Jacobite Rebellion, James MacLonan must marry a woman who supports the Hanoverian dynasty.
Theadora Tilton fits the bill perfectly. But in every other way, Thea is his enemy.
Thea has her own reasons for agreeing to the quick marriage to James, but none included his sudden decision to move her to his clan home in the Scottish Highlands.
Then the notorious leader of the Jacobite Rebellion returns and James disappears. Now Thea must rally the strangers around her if she hopes to reclaim the man who first stole her heart.
"A thoroughly entertaining and sensual romance." ~RT Book Reviews
Sir Philip Hampton seems to be exactly what he claims: a loyal Royalist newly returned from exile in France.
But Alysa Leighton must be without doubt, for in 1659 England, Civil War has set Royalist against Roundhead, and those who support the king, like Alysa's family, are always in peril.
If Philip proves a Roundhead spy, everyone Alysa loves is in grave danger. But the more Alysa learns of Philip, the more she likes him.
Soon a marriage proposal is in the air and Alysa realizes she is in love. But is Philip friend or foe?
"A blend of romance, conspiracy, and hidden identities... with just the right mix of action and seduction." ~Susan Tanner, author of Winds Across Texas
Indebted to Nicholas Prescott, Earl of Wroxton, for her very survival, young Stephanie de la Riviére is miserable, homesick and determined to do whatever it takes—from selling the family jewels to masquerading as a highwayman—to again see her beloved father, an aristocrat caught up in the dangerous French Revolution.
Nicholas is determined to prevent the exasperated Stephanie from putting herself in harm's way. But keeping the beautiful brunette out of outrageous scenarios isn't why Nicholas remains awake at night. It's his own desire to match his ward's fiery spirit to his burning passion that won't let him rest.
"...an action packed journey with an exciting pair of lovers... all the history without losing focus on the romance." ~Romantic Times
Stormy the Cat, rescued by journalist Quinn Armstrong, is not what he seems.
Young mother Christy Jamieson just learned her husband, Frank, embezzled his trust fund, sold their Vancouver mansion, and ran off with a socialite. Worse, Frank's trustees are telling Christy to let them handle it. But they aren't doing anything, and Frank's enemies are coming after her and her daughter.
Desperate to find Frank and fend off his enemies, Christy asks Quinn for help. His price: the dirt on Frank. But the closer Christy and Quinn get to the dangerous truth, the more convinced they become that only the one who knows where Frank is at, is Stormy the Cat.
Christy Jamieson has just confronted the person who murdered her husband Frank, when Frank's wealthy Aunt Ellen arrives unexpectedly, suitcase in-hand. Ellen's home has become a crime scene and she intends to stay with Christy. No one is happy, but the most furious member of the Jamieson household is Stormy the Cat.
Wanting the woman out of her hair, Christy investigates with journalist-friend Quinn, only to discover the body on Aunt Ellen's terrace was the woman who alibied the person complicit in Frank's murder.
But the deeper Christy and Quinn dig into the connection between the dead woman and Aunt Ellen, the clearer it becomes that the only one who can unravel the truth is Stormy the Cat.
When the rock concert Christy and Quinn are enjoying ends in a murder, the sleuthing couple are pulled into the case.
Hot on the trail of a primary suspect, they discover the band's manager has also been found dead. Are the two murders connected, or are there two killers?
Unfortunately, the only eye-witness—Stormy the Cat—is holding his tongue.
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