Jill Hughey has loved historical romance since sneaking peeks at her mother's library years ago. She has enjoyed writing just as long. She prides herself on deep character development, and settings that take her readers on long, satisfying journeys to places they have probably never been in a book before.
Jill lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons. Her hobby is singing lessons, in which she studies classical soprano and some lighthearted works.
“We go in circles at night and are consumed by fire.” From the 9th to the 20th century the palindrome etched into the ancient stone haunts the Rowan family. Is it a blessing or a curse? Follow the stories by Jill Hughey, Anna Markland, Catherine Kean and Nancy Morse to find out how the heirloom changes the lives of the Rowan heirs.
The night is dark. The moon is bright. She brings his heart into her light.
Nox diligently withholds his scarred heart from Salena, a rural outcast who dreams of escape from cruel neighbors and tedium.
The fifth book in the Evolution Series and a 49,000 word historical romance novella.
Tired of England, and other settings worn out in historical romance? This bundle contains five romances set in Charlemagne's Empire, a place with the rules of society romance readers love combined with a splash of medieval hero. Give the Evolution Series a try - in this bundle you get three novels, two novellas and short story at a discount!
Conversation gets pricklier than a cactus and desert temperatures are bound to rise when American common sense meets British nobility in Arizona Territory. A sweet romance in which two mismatched people discover they are just what the other needs.
Both Doeg and Philantha have inflexible requirements for potential spouses. Doeg knows immediately that Philantha is perfect. Her requirement will either drive the withdrawn nobleman away, or show him how to finally love.
When the emperor chooses Rochelle's future husband, she tries to drive the man away. By the time she realizes she might want to keep him, she has been too successful and other forces are dividing them as well. Rich characters among the aristocracy of Charlemagne's Empire.