Author Note: These are the titles currently available on Amazon. I have pulled back one other book for revisions and a new cover and will add it to this page when again available on Amazon. All titles are listed on my Resources Page.
Flowers And Thorns Book 1
When Catherine Shreveton was invited to London to make her debut under the auspices of an aunt, her family insisted she go. In a pique, Catherine disguised herself to look as dull and drab as her aunt supposed her to be.
But Catherine had not counted on the dashing Marquis of Stefton. This nobleman knew she was an heiress, and he had his doubts about her drab appearance. Wouldn’t it be a lark, he mused, to gain the little wren entrée into the most fashionable and prominent circles?
And so, two pretenders set their traps, unaware that love was the prize.
Every bachelor in London sought the attentions of the beautiful Helene Monweithe. Unfortunately, the pursuit was futile. Helene’s father had decreed that she could not wed before her older sister, Elizabeth, wed.
Then Justin, Viscount St. Ryne, asked for Elizabeth’s hand in marriage. If her family wept for joy, Elizabeth shrieked in fury. But in her heart of hearts, she acknowledged he resembled the hero of her closely guarded dreams.
Flowers And Thorns Book 2
A Regency Mystery Romance
She risked her life for honor…
And risked her heart for love.
When independent Leona puts her life on the line to save a kidnapped child, she faces suspicion from the girl’s strong-willed uncle, Nigel. To Nigel, a woman needs protecting — but his own heart may need protection more…
The Waylaid Heart
A Regency Mystery Romance
Although her marriage to Mr. Waddley had been passionless, Cecilia vowed to unmask the man responsible for her husband’s untimely demise. Suspecting the culprit traveled in society circles, Cecilia diverted attention from her eavesdropping and prying ways with her constant and tiresome complaints of illness.
Sir James Branstoke saw through her feigned fragility. Intrigued by her odd behavior, he believed she was hiding a secret. At the same time, Cecilia sensed deeper emotions beneath Sir Branstoke’s witty flirtations. Indeed, the only time Cecilia felt genuinely out-of-sorts was when she felt the gaze of his brown eyes … and pretended palpitations suddenly became real when Cecilia discovered a blissful and surprising love she had never known before…
They say “Love conquers all”
But with loves destroyed and lives damaged by vicious lies, will the Devil’s Disciple and The Ice Witch share a love strong enough to conquer rumor’s power?
Miss Jane Grantley intimidated all but the most calculating of suitors, feared no man, and scoffed at the many scheming designs on her virtue, swearing never to marry for any reason but love.
The Earl of Royce was all that Jane loathed in a man. He was a rake, responsible for the ruin of innocent ladies — if the countless rumors about him were to be believed. Jane planned to undo the rogue once and for all, but it appeared that Royce had plans of his own. The Devil’s Disciple refused to live up to his nickname, instead playing the perfect gentleman until even the Ice Witch found her reserve melting.
A Regency Gentleman Abroad
Rain fell in sheets that day and, to lovely Vanessa Mannion’s dismay, had turned New Orleans’ main street into one big mud puddle. Even with skirts held high, she could not prevent mud from spattering her gown and legs. That wasn’t half as alarming as being caught with muddy ankles by that arrogant Britisher, Hugh Talverton. Distressed, Vanessa tried to ignore Hugh at a party. But when Creole and plantation beauties swarmed around him, she simmered in irritation and, in a fit of pique, pursued another would-be suitor. How could she have known that her feminine ploy would lead to a tangle of heartstrings, romance awry, and a lesson in love?
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