never knew who she was though she hid in plain sight. Among the
people there was awe of her, and the way she managed to slip in to
steal valuables and leave without a trace. Woman were offended
because she wore tight men’s trousers and apparently the bounty on
her head wasn’t just for money but for lust. There was a bigger
reason, why stealing was necessary, the divide between the rich and
the poor was vast, and she intended to fix it by hook…. or by being
a crook. Now she heard the set ‘”The Owl’ on her trail. No
matter to her because she had the intelligence and skill to outwit
even their most willy investigator. She was Ella Covington, the
burglar called, “The Pussycat.’ She would not be caught.
was never a perfect crime just inept investigators and detectives who
cheated people out of hard-earned money. The Pussycat was just
another robber who would inevitably show their hand when over
confidence came into play. A female burglar intrigued him especially
when he uncovered her true identity. Now it was a cat and mouse game,
to tease himself and to tempt her. Like two dueling swords they
parried and each time it was simply delicious. Alas, there were
bigger players on the board, and he grew impatient for his prize The
growing attraction for the woman whose motivation eluded him had
overflowed. This was a frivolity that could catch her a hangman’s
noose. He would protect her and he wanted to make her his. He was,
Duke Richard Vance and “The Owl’ always caught his prey.
Rose is the USA Today best-selling multi genre author from Urban
fantasy to Romance with a hint of Caribbean spice. She was born and
raised on the Caribbean island of Barbados and now currently lives in
Charlotte, North Carolina. Her life revolves around her five kids,
who she affectionately nicknamed “The Children of the Corn and
her husband and longtime love who is also a honorable retired Army
veteran. She has a love of dark fantasy, sci-fi, and the things that
go bump in the night. With over seven dozen books published Dahlia
has become a reader favorite. Not only because of her writing but her
vivacious attitude in talking to her fans online and at various
events. Her books feature strong heroines with a Caribbean or African
American culture, that is showcased in the vibrancy of her words.
Books and writing are her biggest passions, and she hopes to open
your imagination to the unknown between the pages of her books.
of Norman aristocrats, Clothilde du Flaumier is hopelessly in love
with the illegitimate son of a nobleman. Her father will never
countenance their marriage, nor does the object of her affections
want one. But who else is there for such a stubborn, reckless girl?
poetry driven by myths and legends has been my passion for as long as
I can remember. I was published in poetry before catching the romance
writing bug. I bring that background to my writing along with a
lifelong addiction to horses, an 18 year career in various areas of
psychiatric social services and many trips to Ireland, where I
nurture my muse. My published works range from contemporary fantasy
romance to fantasy historical, futuristic, science fiction and
historical romance. Currently I live in rural Pennsylvania with a
“motley crew” of rescue animals.
King Keban’s gaze upon Princess Arianne will be punishable by death. However, her brother, the king, gave him another option—Now he will return home with the princess as his wife. He wonders at the turn of events, but only for a small moment. After staying there for a night filled with hair-curling cries and dreadful noises coming from her brother’s chamber, he could never leave her in that place…not even for his kingdom.
An arrangement made when Elizabeth was just a babe ties her to someone she has never met, never spoken to, never loved. Now old enough to choose, she desires freedom—a way to choose her own path—her own husband. The moment Elizabeth meets Patrick she knows he is her soul mate. But when you are bound to a crown how is any choice your own?
A future worth rescuing, a love worth waiting for, and a dream worth sharing
Danger lurks in the court as Stanislav the high chancellor, seizes an opportunity to take the crown and the princess for himself. Caught between duty and freedom, Princess Alexandra has to choose to be free to find a happy ever after or marry Stanislav as he demands and let him take the crown from her. When Prince Christoffer offers a solution by marrying her…wouldn’t that mean another marriage without love? However, if she accepts his proposal, she will sentence him to death.
To save her love she must remain hidden…to save her kingdom she must reveal herself
Oleah has learned from books since infancy and swears she has a library instead of a brain. Why a farmer’s daughter needs all this learning escapes her, until fate sets her on a collision course with Anitolia’s plan to obtain absolute power. Anitolia is ruthless, so Oleah fears for Stephan who loves her unconditionally. Stephan has suffered much under Anitolia’s obsession. However, it will be Oleah who breaks his heart if she is forced to marry Anitolia’s son.
A secret passageway conceals more than spider webs.
The common belief in two kingdoms is that Serena, the Princess of Delmar, wants slaves. Even her fiancé loses his love for her, in commiseration with the islanders captured in her name. When she discovers his betrayal with a slave girl, it could be the end for Linah and all the slaves held prisoner in Delmar. After all, a powerful yet brokenhearted princess could become a weapon too deadly for her opponents to survive.
Anna del C. Dye was born in Chile. She has received six awards for her stories. She is fluent in Spanish & English. She lives in Utah, with her husband of forty plus years.
The Silent Warrior Trilogy belongs to her Elf Series that includes seven stand-alone high fantasy books. Anna’s A Royal Romance series includes all the books in this post and more. She has also authored the novelettes The Chancellor from Connier, A Princess’ Heartache, and A Fatal Snooze. A collection of Christmas tales based on the depression era are part of her writings too.
And last but not least, her middle-grade book, Emerine’s Nightmare and her bilingual collection of kids books written under A. C. Dye are also available for more go to:
Historical Romance with a twist of Suspense
Riventon shook with terror. Certain he would be the victor, her
stepbrother in his role of guardian had pledged her as collateral for
his wager in a game of chance. With the deciding roll of the dice,
the Earl of Lenbridge won the prize: her.
would the future hold? Love as the mistress of this handsome
gentleman, or duty as his wife?
write historical romance fiction novels set in the 1800s forward with
a twist of suspense. All of my characters and stories that are
portrayed in my books are fictitious. I am a native of Texas, but I
have traveled throughout America and beyond. As a dreamer, I love to
visit new places where I can imagine a heroine meeting a hero in a
special way. I’m an avid reader of (all sorts) and I love to
I married my high school
sweat-heart and after having raised three sons and one daughter, our
love for each other remains unshaken. Now we enjoy our eight
grandchildren. We can send them home, but we’re always happy for
Outside of my
family activities, I sing with the Silver Belles at my church and
hate to miss even one practice. The local chapter of RWA is also at
the top of my list of pleasures. It keeps me grounded with craft and
connected with other writers.
of all, I enjoy going fishing with my husband. Give me a pole and
leave me alone to bask in the sun, listening to water gurgle along
the riverbanks while allowing my mind to float away to some distant
place. Ah! Perfect.
has always struggled with the voices. From the relentless tyranny a
woman faces on an antebellum plantation to the unknown prison camps
in America during World War II, our heroine discovers the past in a
way that changes her future.
from the past serve as guiding posts for the country’s growth, and
also mark the transitions for Abigail’s own personal history. Her
best friend, Margaret, partners with Abigail to discover the identity
of the mysterious voices, while focusing on her passion and quest to
become a United States senator.
it all, a serial killer torments the country, romance blossoms
between people they meet during the journey, and long-buried secrets
come to light in devastating ways. As elements twist, numbers align
and spiritual powers connect, no one will be the same again.
Oviatt is an intuitive soul.
She’s a wife and mother first, with one son and one daughter. Her
thirst to write was developed at an early age, and she never looked
back. After digging down deep and getting in touch with her literary
self, she’s writing mystery/thrillers like Search for Maylee, Justice
for Belle, Aggravated Momentum, and Sketch, along with multiple short
story collections. She’s collaborated with Kim Knight in an ongoing
interactive short story anthology, The Suspenseful Collection. Most
recently, she published her first romance novella titled Skinny
Dippin’ which was originally released as a part of the highly
appraised Anthology, Sinners and Saints. When Didi doesn’t have her
nose buried in a book, she can be found enjoying a laid-back
outdoorsy lifestyle. Time spent sleeping under the stars, hiking,
fishing, and ATVing the back roads of beautiful mountain
trails, and sun-bathing in the desert heat play an important part of
her day to day lifestyle.
James is my given name,
but most folks call me Jay. I live in New York City, grew up on Long
Island, and graduated from Moravian College, an historic but small
liberal arts school in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, with a degree in
English literature and minors in Education, Business and Spanish.
After college, I accepted a technical writing position for a
telecommunications company during Y2K and spent the last ~20 years
building a career in technology & business operations in the
retail, sports, media, hospitality, and entertainment industries.
Throughout those years, I wrote short stories, poems, and various
beginnings to the “Great American Novel,” but I was so focused on
my career that writing became a hobby. In 2016, I committed to
focusing my energies toward reinvigorating a second career in
reading, writing, and publishing.
the adventures of Lorrain McGregor, a young woman whose soul is
chosen for a great purpose. When her body dies in 1851, her soul
survives to go back in time…to the year 1631 in Jamestown,
Virginia. She is faced with many obstacles but there are magical
creatures just waiting for her to arrive. Lorrain will realize as a
Soul Warrior she has the ability to change the course of history. But
for what and why was her soul chosen? As a strong woman who embraces
her power and newfound supernatural friends Lorrain demonstrates what
a true femme fatale is. Is this a second chance to make right her
wrongs? Who will tame Lorrain’s heart? Can she survive what this new
life has thrown her way? Come along and find out…
is Adrian Rose Spear, author of The Soul Warrior. I was born in
Sacramento, California where I had quite a rollercoaster of a
childhood. By the time I was 15, I had been in foster care for eight
years and was lucky enough to reunite with my biological parents. I
worked in grocery stores for most of my working career and doing so
helped put me through college. in 2019, I graduated from California
State University, Sacramento with a BA in History. Recently, my
husband and I moved to eastern Virginia where I have had the pleasure
of working at some amazing living history museums. My love of history
made an impact on this novel. I truly wanted to make it authentic as
possible, with room to allow for the fantasy of course. I have always
considered myself a strong, independent, and hardworking woman who
has overcome many things and I am delighted to share my imagination
with the world!
Multi Award Winning Historical Time Travel Romance
college graduate Forrest tries to find a job, quick witted Annet
works at the Keizer Manor, the museum where the oils from 19th
century master painter Alexander Keizer are exhibited.
a fight, the couple strolls through the dunes to talk. When dark
clouds roll in, the beautiful sunny weather turns into a thunderstorm
so violent that they get separated.
next morning, Forrest finds himself alone. So does Annet.
consciousness in a monastery, Annet is convinced the nuns are playing
a prank on her. It can’t be the 1800’s! She’s a pregnant Twenty-first
Century woman and doesn’t belong there. But how will she get back to
her own time?
Diek fell in love with the United States during her travels with her
husband. The Pacific Northwest became the Dutch couple’s home, where
they built their RV Park and raised their two sons.
this time, Ramcy also made a slow transition from reader to
multi-genre writer. Her debut novel Storm at Keizer Manor received
multiple awards. This inspired her to spend more time doing what she
loves most: writing stories.
in Flight, a romantic suspense novel, is her second book. Her third
novel Overland, a romantic and dramatic thriller, followed soon
1945, soon after VJ Day. Odessa Shatto, an antiques dealer, is
pierced in the side by a prehistoric bone. The next morning she
awakens, horrified to see a hideous green slime creeping over her,
hardening into a cocoon that quickly entombs her in darkness and
leaves her fearing for her life. Each time it happens, she remembers
feeling a sense of being thrown hard, as though from the hand of a
giant. And the last time, she remembers her trajectory crossing with
that of her fiancé, a soldier who has been injured in the Pacific in
World War Two. They may think of their paths crossing as a gift, but
in reality it will produce agonizing results.
Rosenbaugh, a professor of science devoted to his students at Hensley
University, has spent years learning from his mentor, whose mantra
was that time travelers are constantly around and unnoticed. But
nothing Ruttledge has ever heard or read on time travel prepares him
for what he witnesses in his secret laboratory in 1910. After
recuperating from the ordeal, he spends years trying to prove the
existence of time travel, while a jealous rogue from his past lies in
wait, hoping to debunk any time travel theory the professor
develops–no matter the cost.
Agent is a time travel tale, woven of the fantastic, and interspersed
with traces of historical fiction.
MacFadden was born in Oregon in 1956 to parents who were fond of the
great outdoors and instilled that appreciation in their five
children. Her father was employed by the Boy Scouts of America in
Oregon, Washington, and Montana, so she spent all of her youthful
summers in Boy Scout camps her father directed. But because the
programs of course weren’t for girls, she and her three sisters spent
a good deal of time reading books borrowed from the libraries of
nearby towns. Those wonderful days of reading all those books-whether
in the library, under the shady branches of trees, or in a tiny
cabin, were responsible for her love of books, and no doubt led to
her desire to become an author.
1975 she married her high school sweetheart, then a member of the
United States Marine Corps. Later, they settled in western Oregon,
near the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, where they enjoy spending
time with their two grown children, grandchildren, and a host of
extended family. L.A. MacFadden can often be found at home, working
on her next book!
childless couple’s lives are changed forever by the miraculous
discovery of a little girl entombed in ice on the Langjökull
A bleak Christmas Eve night is made all the more pitiful by the
recent death of a baby. Having buried five stillborn girls in shallow
graves next to the croft, Rebekka becomes captivated by a
storyteller’s tale of the Icelandic hidden people.
will do anything to restore his wife’s happiness, even if it means
encouraging her decline into madness. But when the impossible
fairytale turns into a reality, the couple’s impulsive decision to
foster the child from the ice, is met with fear and superstition, and
threatens the well-being of the whole farmstead.
and the Unwashed Child of Eve is an enchanting and compelling story
of desperation and need. Reminiscent of The Snow Child and The Secret
of Lost Stones, it’s painfully human, yet full of hope,
unconditional love, and magic.
you enjoy the magical realism of Melissa Payne and the charming fairy
tale style of Ruth Hogan then you will fall in love with Angela
Stevens’s lyrical and emotional storytelling.
Stevens is an Amazon International Bestselling Romance Author. She
also writes Contemporary fantasy and magical realism under her pen
name Sadie Collins
5 book debut series, Hockey Punk, is a sports romance series set
around her adopted town near DC and revolves around her favorite
sport of ice hockey. Writing in both contemporary romance and
contemporary fantasy genres, Angela portrays gritty characters with
emotionally charged plots and is not afraid to tackle difficult
social issues in her fiction. If you pick up one of her romances, you
may have to order an extra supply of tissues, but Angela Stevens will
always deliver you a HEA.
2020 Angela Stevens rebranded her Fantasy collection and put them
under a new pen name–Sadie Collins.
Collins writes contemporary fantasy. The emphasis is on character and
emotion and she has a fascination with folklore and bending the what
six book Vargr Clan Series combines Lycan myth and Native American
and the Unwashed Child of Eve is a new venture into a new genre, and
Angela and Sadie argued as to who should get their name on the front
cover. Ultimately, Angela won out, as she claimed that Sadie did not
exist when she first wrote the book. Sadie is still sulking, and at
some time in the future there may be a mutiny. In all honesty, this
book might need a third pen name, but it came down to the fact that
Angela already has more than she can handle without splitting her
personality further. If only Angela could pull off a stunt like
Finnboga in the story, and cleave herself in two, the ‘team’
could be twice as efficient.
Steele, a fifty-eight year old odd jobber, plays a practical joke on
her former boarding school, a joke that plunges her headlong into
kidnapping and murder. While she pretends to be an ace private
investigator, the niece of Massachusetts’ governor goes missing and
a murderer terrorizes the campus. Ricky enlists the aid of her former
roommates and together, the three create mayhem during Whitley
School’s reunion weekend, bungling along in search of the truth.
Join Ricky on her first caper and see how this humorous rollicking
mystery series got its start.
Steele, a fifty-eight year old odd jobber, is at it again, this time
investigating the death of the husband of a childhood friend.
Following Ron Harp’s funeral, Ricky finds herself on the wrong side
of local police as she becomes embroiled in small town politics,
uncovers long held secrets and investigates multiple murders. She
also rekindles a romance with drop dead gorgeous, Jay Harp, the
deceased’s brother. As Ricky pushes and probes, she unleashes a
killer’s rage. This first person narrative laced with wit and
humor, offers the second glimpse of this PI in action. Coming soon–
Ricky’s third adventure, Lost in Spindle City. This is one “upper
middle aged” sleuth, who has no intention of slowing down as she
closes in 60!
discovering a child prostitute on her doorstep, P.I. Ricky Steele
begins a wild search for her client’s 12-year-old friend. Her quest
plunges her deep into Spindle City’s thriving underworld of drugs
and prostitution. From there, the investigation takes her to the
city’s wealthiest neighborhoods and its exclusive country club,
worlds she happily left behind in her teens.
home turf with this outing, Ricky enlists the aid of friends like her
hunky next door neighbor, Vinnie, and Bunny, her childhood friend and
local realtor, who gets her access to the exclusive Aquinesset Club.
Running buddy, Phil Rubin, a physician, gets medical attention for
her young client, and golfer, Mark Fallon, the north end’s hottest
woodworker, pokes around where Ricky cannot go. Even her on again,
off again, lover, Jay Harp lends a hand, introducing her to Wilda, a
six foot four, martial arts trained, security specialist, who
provides critical muscle for the fifty-something P.I.
beatings, and near misses plague the intrepid sleuth as she closes in
on a killer. Join Ricky for this rollicking ride filled danger,
romance and surprise.
Steele is on the case, this time hired to find two missed children,
who have vanished, poof! The investigation plunges her into the
underworld of child trafficking and exploitation as she moves from
dark city streets to a wealthy beach front community, where evil lies
behind a façade of gentility. Once again, Ricky is joined by her
boarding school buddies, who are visiting for the weekend. Armed with
pepper spray and stun guns, the three Rambettes jump right into the
investigation, mayhem and humor following in their wake.
this fourth book in the series, Ricky also finds love when Charlie
Bowen, or Dr. McDreamy, as her friends call him, moves into her
neighborhood and into her heart. His daughter, Mike, who wants to
learn the PI business, joins Ricky, Wilda and the gang on yet another
breathtaking adventure filled with danger, humor, pathos, and
winning author, M. Lee Prescott loves the variety of hats she dons
when writing. As an educator, she is the author of three works of
nonfiction, Reader to Reader: Building Independence Through Peer
Partnerships, Writer to Writer: Focus on Fluency and Craft in
Multilingual Classrooms and Fluency In Focus: Comprehension
Strategies for Young Readers as well as a number of scholarly
articles in her field of literacy.
also writes in several genres of fiction—Mystery, Historical,
Western Romance, Contemporary Romance, Romance Suspense, and books
for children and young adults. Often, writers assume different pen
names for different kinds of books, but all of Lee’s fiction is
published under her name, M. Lee Prescott. She hopes readers will
seek out and enjoy all of her genres. They will discover connections
lives in southeastern Massachusetts on a beautiful river, where she
canoes, swims, and watches an incredible variety of wildlife pass by.
She is the mother of two sons and spends lots of time with them,
their beautiful wives, and her amazing grandchildren. When not
teaching or writing (both of which she adores), Lee’s passions
revolve around family, yoga, swimming, teaching mindfulness to
children and adults, and walking.
An Amish settlement. An English stranger. The Blizzard of 1888. Who can Rebekah trust when the line between the Amish and the English becomes blurred?
A sweet and gentle love blossoms between Rebekah Stoll and her childhood friend Joseph Graber, despite attempts by her saucy nemesis, Katie Knepp, to sway the young man’s affections her way.
When Joseph hints at the promise of forever, Rebekah is positive she should say yes to his proposal – until a mysterious English stranger shows up at her homestead and sets everything she thought she knew about her world on end.
Over the remaining two days of their trip, the wagon train of Amish families, moving south from Canada, only saw each other.
Elnora whispered to Heloise as they approached their final stop. “Not a single wagon filled with English people has passed.”
Heloise, however, was much too charmed with Rebekah to be bothered with watching for English wagons. “Such a good-natured baby!” Her voice was awestruck. “At this age, Joseph did nothing but cry.”
Turning her attention back to the baby, Elnora cupped Rebekah’s silken head in her palm and stroked the blonde wisps above her tiny ears. “And she has so much hair!” Elnora’s voice was equally awestruck.
Heloise narrowed her wise, blue eyes. “That means she will be healthy.”
“We’re home!” Samuel announced. “Wilkommen to Daviess County, Indiana Territory!”
Elnora plopped Rebekah into a quilt-lined basket. Her eyes welled as Samuel helped her from the wagon. “Oh Samuel, it looks just like Germany!”
He beamed. “So you are happy then?”
“I am so happy! Danke! What a beautiful place to raise a family. And there is ample wood for your woodworking -” Shifting, Elnora gestured wide with one arm toward the thick woods that ringed the clearing. Oak trees that seemed to scratch the floor of heaven stood tall and majestic, their leaves waving in the tender breeze. Shorter, wider trees blooming in varying shades of snowy white and blush pinks punctuated the deep greens and browns of the oaks, giving the entire area a magical feel. Samuel’s large hand came to rest on her shoulder, disrupting her gracious spiel.
“Dear Wife, I will go in to Montgomery tomorrow to find an English family to take the child. It will be best for everyone if she is with her own kind.”
Elnora sucked in a hard breath and willed the sudden fringe of tears not to spill onto her cheeks. She held Samuel’s gaze. There she saw the same dull ache she felt beneath her ribs.
With a calming breath, the threat of tears subsided and Elnora’s face softened. She patted her husband’s hand. “If it is best for Rebekah, then you must do as you will,” she agreed. The tugging on the tender ends of her shattered heart, however, didn’t concur.
Angela Lanza as she experiences the tumultuous world of early 20th
century Sicily and New York. Orphaned by the earthquake and powerful
eruption of Mt. Etna in 1908, Angela is raised in the strict confines
of an Italian convent. Through various twists of fate, she is married
to a young Italian man whom she barely knows, then together with her
spouse, immigrates to the U.S. This novel is an invitation to
accompany the young Angela as she confronts the ephemeral nature of
life on this planet and navigates the wide cultural gaps between
pre-World War II Italy and the booming prosperity of dynamic young
artist, and teacher Carmela Cattuti created Between the Cracks as an
homage to her great-aunt, who survived the earthquake and eruption of
Mt. Etna and bravely left Sicily to start a new life in America.
sequel to Carmela Cattuti’s first novel, Between the Cracks, this
story invites the reader to accompany Angela Lanza as she builds her
life in America during the first half of the 20th century. A Sicilian
immigrant, she manages to assimilate into the social life of a small
town outside of New York City. Through the horrors of war, domestic
tragedy, and raising her sister-in-law’s children, hers is a
successful immigrant experience. Angela seeks to transcend organized
religion and develop her spirituality. She influenced three
generations of Americans through her artistic sensibility and a
sharpened intuition. The book parallels America’s growth with
Angela’s growing sense of who she is in the world.
Cattuti started her writing career as a journalist for the Somerville
News in Boston, MA. After she finished her graduate work in English
Literature from Boston College she began to write creatively and
taught a journal writing course at the Cambridge Center for Adult
Education As fate would have it, she felt compelled to write her
great aunt’s story. “Between the Cracks” has gone through several
incarnations and will now become a trilogy. The second book is “The
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Meredith Allard constructs an effective plot, weaving in and out of
past and present lives, allowing words and phrases to haunt you until
the whole mystery behind the love story is revealed.”
long would you wait for the one you loved?
James Wentworth has a paranormal secret. He lives quietly in Salem,
Massachusetts, making few ties with anyone. One night his private
world is turned upside down when he meets Sarah Alexander, a dead
ringer for his wife, Elizabeth. Though it has been years since
Elizabeth’s death, James cannot move on.
also has a secret. She is haunted by nightmares, and every night she
is awakened by terrifying visions of hangings, being arrested, and
dying in jail–scenes from the Salem Witch Trials in 1692. As James
comes to terms with his feelings for Sarah, he must also dodge
accusations from a reporter desperate to prove that James is not who,
or what, he seems to be. Soon James and Sarah discover a mystery that
may bind them in ways they never imagined. Will James make the
ultimate sacrifice to protect Sarah and prevent a new hunt from
bringing hysteria to Salem again?
historical fiction, part romance, part paranormal fantasy, Her Dear
and Loving Husband is a story for anyone who believes that true love
Meredith Allard’s sequel to Her Dear and Loving Husband is
a triumphant follow-up!” ~AOBibliophile
far would you go to save the one you loved?
many lonely years, James Wentworth’s life is falling into place.
Together with his wife, Sarah, he has discovered the meaning behind
her nightmares about the Salem Witch Trials, and now they are
rebuilding the life they began together so long ago. But the past is
never far behind for the Wentworths. While Sarah is haunted by new
visions, James is confronted with painful memories from his time with
the Cherokee on the Trail of Tears. Through it all, the persistent
reporter Kenneth Hempel reappears, still determined to prove that
vampires walk the earth. If Hempel succeeds in his quest, James and
Sarah will suffer. Will the curse of the vampire prevent James and
Sarah from living their happily ever after?
Loving Husband’s Curse is a story for anyone who believes that
true love triumphs over all. Continue the romantic journey with
James and Sarah and be swept away by the power of this eternal love
perfect ending to this trilogy!” (Nicole L. Vermilya)
would you sacrifice to return to the one you loved?
Wentworth’s paranormal secret is no longer a secret, and now he and
his beloved wife, Sarah, have been separated. While suffering his own
internment, James is reminded of his time with Japanese-Americans in
the Manzanar Relocation Camp during World War II, and he cannot allow
the past to repeat itself. With the help of his friends—Chandresh,
Jocelyn, Timothy, even the irreverent Geoffrey—James learns what it
means to return, and he is determined to return to his Sarah no
matter the challenges—or the consequences. In the end, it may be up
to Olivia, the most powerful of witches, to grant James’ most
fervent wish. Will James and Sarah be reunited once and for all
despite the madness surrounding them?
romance, part historical fiction, part paranormal fantasy, Her Loving
Husband’s Return is a story for anyone who believes that true
love is all that matters in the end. Complete the romantic
journey with James and Sarah Wentworth in Her Loving Husband’s Return
and be amazed by the depth of this eternal love story.
would you deal with the madness of the Salem witch hunts?
1690, James Wentworth arrives in Salem in the Massachusetts Bay
Colony with his father, John, hoping to continue the success of
John’s mercantile business. While in Salem, James falls in love
with Elizabeth Jones, a farmer’s daughter. Though they are
virtually strangers when they marry, the love between James and
Elizabeth grows quickly into a passion that will transcend time.
something evil lurks down Salem way. Soon many in Salem, town and
village, are accused of practicing witchcraft and sending their
shapes to harm others. Despite the madness surrounding them, James
and Elizabeth are determined to continue the peaceful, loving life
they have created together. Will their love for one another carry
them through the most difficult challenge of all?
Salem Way is the long-awaited prequel to the bestselling paranormal
historical Loving Husband Trilogy.
four books of the beloved bestselling paranormal historical Loving
Husband Series are featured together for the first time. The
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Allard is the author of the bestselling paranormal historical love
story The Loving Husband Trilogy; Down Salem Way, the prequel to the
Loving Husband Trilogy set during the Salem Witch Trials; the sweet
Victorian romance When It Rained at Hembry Castle, named a best
historical novel of 2016 by IndieReader; Victory Garden, a novel
about World War I and the Woman’s Suffrage Movement; and Woman of
Stones, a novella of Biblical Jerusalem. She lives in Las Vegas,
and Legends have always inspired me. I especially love the King
Arthur legends. The knights, ladies, valor, chivalry, and trust
between them. I have never been one to trust easily, but with these
legends, I feel like I am a part of their world somehow. As a college
student, I chose to study these myths and legends because I want to
find out if they are real or not.
my journey began, by traveling to England. I have heard there is a
professor there who has found the remains of what used to be Arthur’s
castle. What I actually find when I get there is more than just the
remains of a castle, it is the start of a new adventure.
a land of myth and magic, what awaits me is more than I could have
is a mom of two little heathens and 2 furry cats where she lives in
Oregon where she started her writing hobby at 11. When she isn’t
writing, she is hiking the many trails, visiting graveyards, and
plotting death and dismemberment.
two lost causes find love in the arms of one another?
the peculiar youngest daughter of an earl, would rather spend her
life as a spinster, tending to her garden–alone. But when her
father falls critically ill, she suddenly faces the possibility of
becoming a penniless relation living on the charity of her sisters
unless she can find a husband–now. But facing her fifth Season and
feeling unable to meet the requirements of a proper wife, Lily
despairs of finding a kind and patient man she can trust enough to
the war-wounded second son of an earl, needs to have a son to secure
his family’s future. But worried about his condition worsening and
leaving him crippled, he fears turning any future wife into a mere
companion and nursemaid.
are unable to resist the pressure from their families to attend the
Season and at least tryto
find a spouse. Can these two lost causes see past their own
limitations and let love in?
of Hope is a sweet, clean Regency romance and book 1 in the Garden of
Love series! It is a STANDALONE romance novel. No cheating, no
cliffhangers, and a guaranteed happily ever after.
Bloom is an author of romances and cozy mysteries. She lives in a
quaint Southern town with her family that lets her imagination run
free. When she’s not watching the latest historical drama on TV,
she’s usually curled up with her dog and a good book.
Crossing Rivers is the story of a young writer’s journey into the past to discover long-hidden family secrets. Along the way, he finds more than just the key to the past. He finds the key to his future…” The story is full of tears, joy, humor, fear, terror, personal tragedy and a lot of love and forgiveness along the way. Finally, Hunter discovers that his faith in himself, in his mother and the father who died when he was only thirteen, and in God has been eternally strengthened.
He has been writing short stories and poems since a child. Now his writing entertains and contains current social messages taken from the pages of today’s headlines. His poetry and books have won national awards in 2018, 2019 and his writings have seen their way into several anthologies. He has proven his mettle as an established author worthy of reading. His books are found at online book stores and his social media and author sites.
Lady Anne is in Bath staying with her mother and grandmother while planning her nuptials and awaiting the arrival of Lord Darkefell. Word reaches her of a profoundly accurate mystic working in town, and while she doesn’t believe in such things, she’s eager to visit for an hour of harmless entertainment.
But the Mystic of Bath seems to know things, and her dark pronouncements have a decidedly harmful affect on Lady Anne’s friends–and may have led a gentle and well-liked local cleric to take his own life. Or… did someone else have a hand in his death? He had secrets and enemies, Lady Anne learns.
Convinced that the woman’s predictions are all part of larger scam, possibly in league with other mysterious individuals who have become prominent on the Bath scene, Lady Anne must navigate the swirling rumors and murky affiliations of Bath society to unmask the charlatan for what she is and discover the real culprit behind a tragic death.
Victoria Hamilton is the pseudonym of nationally bestselling romance author Donna Lea Simpson. Victoria is the national bestselling author of four mystery series: the Vintage Kitchen Mysteries, the Merry Muffin Mysteries, the Lady Anne Addison Historical Mysteries and the Gentlewoman’s Guide Regency Mysteries. She is also the bestselling author of Regency and historical romance as Donna Lea Simpson.
Her latest adventure in writing is a Regency-set historical mystery series, starting with A Gentlewoman’s Guide to Murder! Don’t miss out on this bold, adventurous series featuring gentlewoman Miss Emmeline St. Germaine, a young lady intent on defying every expectation that she will be demure and retiring; she’s a lady with a dagger, and she knows how to use it.
She is also continuing the Lady Anne Addison mystery series with a new title, The Menacing Mystic, coming July 7th, 2020. Later this year there will also be a new Merry Muffin Mystery, Double or Muffin.
Victoria loves to read, especially mystery novels, and enjoys good tea and cheap wine, the company of friends, and has a newfound appreciation for opera. She enjoys crocheting and beading, but a good book can tempt her away from almost anything… except writing!
She now happily writes about vintage kitchen collecting, muffin baking and dead bodies for publisher Beyond the Page.
Visit Victoria at: http://www.victoriahamiltonmysteries.com for availability of her books, some of which have also been published in Large Print and Audio formats!
You can find out more about her and all of her series at her website, as well as on Facebook and Pinterest.