Mrs. Julia Whitney blames herself for her husband’s suicide. She also hides a dark secret that could ruin her good family’s name. Things become complicated when she makes the acquaintance of Katherine, the Countess Guetall. Kat’s affection heals Julia’s broken heart, and soon they embark on a secret love affair.
To love him would be a scandal. To lose him would be heartbreaking.
She’s a widowed countess in need of protection. He’s a handsome mercenary swordsman with a dark secret. And they have a ruthless enemy willing to do anything to keep them apart.
Betrayed by the man she loves and the woman she calls friend. Can a heartbroken mother find her way to forgiveness and accept the gift of Joy God has given her?
Forced to face his past mistakes. Can a heartbroken father stay true to his God and forsake the bottle of spirits that calls him to forgetfulness? Even if he loses the woman he loves?
A sensual tale-within-a-tale of a baron, a book, and a bride-to-be. Lady Evangeline is about to buy a book when Baron Jeffrey Sommers appears with the same intention. With only one copy available, they agree to read it together--despite the impropriety. Evangeline's reputation as a bluestocking could use a bit of scandal, but when life begins to imitate art, she has to read between the lines.
When Isabella believes she has witnessed her mother's murder at the hands of her father, she rides off to London in search of the Earl of Norwick, the man her mother always said she could go to in case of trouble. To keep her safe, Octavius, Duke of Huntington, agrees to hide Isabella in his country estate—and to allow her access to his stables and horses. But what about his heart?
About a woman who sold her soul to the devil in exchange for everything she ever wanted. Part of the deal with the devil is that does his work! She hates men and feels that women are a threat to her as well.
There is one man in particular that she has plans for! He has mocked and insulted Satan her dark father and she wants dark revenge!
She wants to keep him as her prisoner on her estate!
England 1899. Ten years after Holmes and Watson solve the case of the Baskerville hound, Dr Watson receives an invitation to return to Baskerville Hall. The night before his departure he meets a Ukrainian countess who claims to be the daughter of Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler. She is vain, rich, fiercely intelligent, and she ends up accompanying him to Devon.
It suited half-Cherokee, half-Scot pirate Hal Merritt to abduct and murder the wife of his enemy for her part in her husband’s crimes. But instead of a knowing accomplice, he finds an innocent young countess, not yet awakened to her sensuality.
Miranda is plain. She knows it and lives without any great expectations from life - until George Mellow, Earl of Witlock, asks for her hand in marriage. Suddenly, as Countess Witlock, anything is possible.