My name is Rebecca but I prefer Becky. I could start waffling on about my work and life but that would bore you just as much as it does me so I will just tell you that my imagination is awesome.... Come and get lost with me in my dreams.
Guy Sinclair, a Viking decendant, a knight committed to William and his claim for the English throne is married by Proxy to a Saxon noblewoman.
Eidyth Hamblyn despised men in general with her hatred and distrust earned from a lifetime of abuse and neglect by her own father. How would she survive being wed to a Norman enemy?
Marcus Hartley had almost forgotten he had a ward until the gossip began telling tales of her death. How was he to tell his best freind Henry that his neglect may have caused the death of his little sister.
Olivia Greystone had spent the last three years abandoned ... forgotten, but all that changes when she is bought to town.
Will Marcus be able to save her as well as his own sense of duty?
Gunnar Larssen is feared amongst his people. His berserker's battle cry terrifies those around him.
Keely Twyford is a simple girl, alone and surviving day to day. Her dreams ended years before when she and her mother where thrown from the village.
Will falling in love with a barbarian be the biggest mistake of her life?
Mary Washington's life is thrown into turmoil when her mother becomes a matchmaker for her sister Charlotte.
David Wilkinson has spent years avoiding gently bred ladies as he had no desire to be leg-shackled.
Will they overcome all the barriers before them to find happiness?
Anthea Latham has been abandoned by her brother and forced to travel to England and beg the mercies of a lord she’s never met. Her plans are thrown into chaos when she discovers that the lord who holds her guardianship died some six months ago and his heir is none too happy about inheriting this commitment.
How will she learn to live together when their background is so vastly different?
Elizabeth Winston is a young lady born to a member of the English peerage but her life has not been all it should have been given such a family. Daniel Edensbridge was burnt once at the altar and is in no mood to change his ways for anyone. As Elizabeth struggles for survival and acceptance in her family, does she make a mistake in marrying the one man who could hurt her more than her tormentors?
So determined to avoid the devastating life of stupid society wife, Lizbeth runs away and ends up in Portugal only to find she falls in love with her brother’s best friend and secretly marries him. Wounded at Talavera, Lizbeth returns to London only to discover that her husband is the very man she ran away from. Has God has seen fit to mock her with a husband who married her for duty not love?
Egmont is not in search of a wife so can he overcome his desire to return to Normandy long enough to look or will he defy Duke William and return home when given leave to do so?
Is it possible for Catherine to forget her anger and accept the security offered by Egmont or will she allow such hatred to destroy her?