Lorelei Grey, the countess of Kimpton, carries her love for her husband hidden deep within her heart. When she learns he’s exiled her brother from England she is beyond devastated. But what is she to do with the knowledge that he’s fathered his ex-mistress’s unborn child? Her only stipulation when they’d married was that he treat her with respect.
Thorne Grey, the Earl of Kimpton, is in the unique position of desiring his adorable wife, far more than usual in those of his station. But someone is spreading horrific untruths, and through his own lack of foresight, Thorne finds he can hardly defend himself. Instead, he must find a way to show her a man is a work in progress. Her threat to leave throws him in a panic. What does he do? Offers her an exorbitant amount of money to stay. Now he has two weeks and prays he’s bought enough time to locate her missing brother, and prove he’s not the scoundrel she believes him to be.
Their explosive passion can’t be denied. And neither can the desperate situation in which they become embroiled—one that threatens their very lives.More info →
A Spicy Western Historical Romance set in 1885 Colorado Springs.
After a disastrous first marriage, Will Jeffers hasn’t the stomach for another emotionally entailed union. All he needs is a wife to cook, nurse his mother, and look after the homestead. But good women are few and far between in Colorado mining country. A mail order bride is the perfect solution.
Amelia Johannasen is running for her life. Her brassy mother has decided it’s time her daughter joined the family business, shattering Amy’s dreams of marrying for love. Imagine her surprise when she is mistaken for Will Jeffers mail order bride.
She has a talent for spinning tall-tales but no notion of how to cook, nurse or keep a house.
Look for Amaris's story:
Mail Order Bride: The Breakaway
A spicy western historical romantic suspense set in 1885 where east meets west.
Tragedy sent Sherman Elias McHuay west twelve years ago. But his troubled past barrels in like a runaway train or—more appropriately—smacks him over the head in the form of a violet-eyed miss without a lick of common sense to her name. If one could actually determine her name.
Amaris Johnston’s carefully laid plans to head west as a mail order bride ratchet up when an announcement for her impending nuptials to the son of a prominent US Senator are set to go public. Not that she’d agreed to marry in the first place. A forced engagement and her family—a conniving slew of ambitious and power-hungry tyrants—send her running for the Colorado hills.
Look for book 1: Mail Order Bride: The Counterfeit
After enduring years of abuse, now widowed Virginia, Lady Maudsley, thought the worst of her suffering had passed. But an article in the 1819 Gazette gives her reason to fear the worst is yet to come. Terrified for the safety of her daughters, she insists they learn how to safeguard themselves.
Nine years ago, the Marquis of Brockway, let a young Virginia slip through his fingers. Now she’s a widow with children and he wants her as much as he always did. This ridiculous idea she has of teaching her children to defend themselves against nefarious villains is unnecessary. Brock is there to protect them.
And, it provides the perfect opportunity for him to remain close enough to rebuild his honor in her eyes.More info →