Be swept away to Regency England in three full-length novels of romance and suspense.
Marrying Mr. Gibson
She won't be forced into marriage to a nobleman's by-blow.
Paulette Heardwyn rushes to visit her dying guardian, set on learning the truth about her father and the treasure he supposedly left her. But the only man with answers takes his secrets to the grave, leaving her penniless—unless she marries his illegitimate son.
He won't be trapped into marriage by a father he's never known.
With Napoleon vanquished, an ex-soldier has plans for India. But before he can leave England, he's summoned to the deathbed of an Earl who's a spymaster, a complete stranger...and his father. And the meddlesome Earl expects him to marry the daughter of one of his spies.
Thrown together when an old enemy strikes, the would-be spouses soon realize: the Earl has set a trap that neither of them wants to resist.
The Viscount’s Seduction
She's lost her family, her home, and even her fey abilities.
But somehow, the fairies have handed this Irish earl's daughter a chance at a Season in London. From her place on the fringes of high society, she seeks the truth about her brother--and revenge on an English spy lord.
The hoyden he'd met years earlier was still as wild as her Irish roots.
And just as unlucky, and still an Irish traitor's sister. But her beauty, her charm, and her courage can't be ignored, no matter his spy lord father’s objections. When danger strikes, he'll risk scandal, the ton's disapproval, his father's ire...and his own heart.
The Rogue’s Last Scandal
Like any good rogue, he was after a lady.
Saving a young heiress from wedding a scoundrel might just ease Charley Everly’s boredom with his current assignment. He’s been looking for a lady: beautiful, rich, Spanish, and the key to a traitor.
Could Grace Kingsley be the one?
Falling—literally—into the arms of the ton’s most outrageous rogue seems a risky path of escape, but Maria Graciela Kingsley y Romero has no other choice. Only the great Earl of Shaldon can help her, and he is not to be found.
So his son will have to do.