Jourdian Amberville, the Duke of Heathcourte, is looking for the perfect bride. A practical and staid companion who will fit into his perfectly ordered life and never tempt him to fall in love. What he is not looking for is a violet-eyed sprite who tumbles right out of the sky to knock him off his horse.
Jourdian doesn’t know that Splendor is an actual fairy princess seeking the human mate she is destined to love. After they are forced to wed to avert a scandal, Jourdian realizes his new wife is no ordinary duchess, but a tender-hearted temptress who talks to animals and weeps diamond teardrops. The delightful chaos the mischievous beauty brings to his life threatens to make him lose not only his temper…but his heart.
If Jourdian is to keep Splendor, he must learn to surrender that heart to the strongest, most dangerous magic of all—the magic of true love.More info →
"Crosby serves up suspense, secrets and Southern scandal like no one else!" - Harlan Coben #1 New York Times bestselling author If you love a gripping Southern suspense, USA Today bestselling SPEAK NO EVIL is for you. Lifting the veil of secrecy on a grand Southern family in decline. New York Times...More info →
"Crosby serves up suspense, secrets and Southern scandal like no one else!" —Harlan Coben, #1 New York Times Bestselling AuthorNew York Times bestselling author Tanya Anne Crosby returns to the salt marshes and crumbling plantations of Charleston, where a gruesome murder and kidnapping reawaken f...More info →
Less than 48 hours. That's how long Florence W. Aldridge has to live. Every event in a person's life is connected. The state of our lives, at any given time, is the sum of everything we have done and everywhere we have been. Our next decision determines, not merely where our lives end, but who we b...More info →
“Tanya Anne Crosby writes remarkable love stories.” —New York Times bestselling author, Lisa Kleypas'Twas the Week Before Christmas ...Suspecting he can never be the man Emma Peters wishes him to be, Lucien Morgen, the fifth duke of Willyngham, decides to break off their long-standing engage...More info →
Embark on a journey into magical Medieval Scotland, to a time when the shadowy Picts are in danger of vanishing from the Highland tapestry, and Scotland itself will arise a nation from the ashes of betrayal.In the year 2014, American-born Annie Ross has gone through her entire life a bit lost. She'...More info →
RT Book Review BEST ALL-AROUND HISTORICAL ROMANCE OF THE YEAR Nominee. “Compelling tale ablaze with heartfelt characters who walk off the pages and into your heart. KISSED is a story to make your heart sing.” - RT Book ReviewsSwept from the aristocracy of England to The Colonies on the eve of w...More info →
The epic finale of the Daughters of Avalon! Medieval romance with a sprinkling of fantasy. "Perfect!” says Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews.Rhiannon’s destiny is fated from the moment of her birth. She and her dewine sisters must defeat an ancient evil, or Britain itself will go the way of Avalon. H...More info →
"Magical from the very start." —InD'Tale Reviews Embark on a journey into magical Medieval Scotland, to a time when the shadowy Picts are in peril of vanishing from the annals of history, and Scotland itself will arise as a nation from the ashes of betrayal.A Clash of Clans. From the Borderlands ...More info →
Medieval romance with a sprinkling of fantasy--"Perfect!” Says Kris Helt of Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews.Praised for her beauty and grace, deep down, Seren Pendragon fears a tempest rising inside her. Her mother is a witch, her sisters are in peril, and she has been promised to a beast of a man who...More info →
"Homage paid to medieval England and Scottish historical romance WITH a sprinkling of magic... Perfect." - Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews Facing the grim prospect of a forced marriage to a feckless minion of King Stephen's, Rosalynde, the defiant youngest daughter of Morwen Pendragon takes matters int...More info →
"If you like Janet Evanovich and Mary Janice Davidson you will LOVE Cynthia St. Aubin!" -Savvy Reader, ReviewerSomeone is killing werewolves. At least, that's the way Vincent Van Gogh tells it when he shows up at Mark Abernathy's art gallery seeking protection. For gallery assistant and art history...More info →