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Ill Met by Moonlight (Drake’s Damsels)
Could a person fall in love with a stranger when she doesn’t know his name or see his face? Can she do it while engaged to someone else? All Stasia Dunn wants to do is hide from the fortune hunters at a Midsummer Night’s masquerade ball. Looking far more like Peaseblossom than Titania, she and her fairy wings have escaped to the conservatory. Unfortunately, she is discovered by a man dressed as Nick Bottom, complete with massive donkey snout covering his head. For some reason, he makes her feel safe. Worse for her fiancé, she suspects she might be falling in love. But since she hasn’t met her fiancé, how can she compare?More info →
Isn’t It Romantic? (The Lighter Side of Love Book 2)
". . . full of crazy LOL moments that'll have you in stitches while you're absolutely, positively CHEERING for this couple to come together." ~Mary
When Your Panties End Up Hanging in Trees . . .
Pete Cooper and Brooke Ferguson were once childhood friends who spent evenings watching TV with Pete's Aunt Mamie.
Now Pete is a famous cable news anchor who earned his stripes in war zones, and Brooke watches Pete on the same old TV in the same small town.
Then Aunt Mamie passes away, and everything changes.More info →
A Highlander’s Hope (MacKendimen Clan Book 4)
An Unlikely Heroine
Robena has a place among the inhabitants of Dunnedin, the stronghold of the powerful MacKendimen Clan, and that is as a harlot in their village. Her life is her own and she finds meaning in the pleasure she gives and her work with the midwife and healer. The great wound she’d suffered in her past and the emptiness it caused within her will never be filled, but Robena does not allow that to control her. As the year’s end and its festivities and holidays approach, the news that a certain man will spend time here, and time with her, brightens her spirits in ways she cannot explain. And in ways, she dares not examine too closely.More info →