A SMALL TOWN WITH A BIG HEARTHard-living musician Flynn “Flint” Clinton has left heartache and his wild ways behind in Nashville, returning to his sleepy hometown of Northfork, North Carolina. There he hopes to start a new life as owner of the Stardust Café, relaxing and raising his two preteen...More info →
"Patricia Rice is a master storyteller." -Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author of Never Less than a Lady Magic is her birthright... The daughter of one of the strongest magical lineages, Ninian Malcom Siddons is a powerful witch. Determined to only use her magic for good, she lives a s...More info →
Penelope read his pleasure in the way he looked at her, in the sensual line of his mouth as he kissed her again, and in the golden gleam of his eyes as he discovered her joy...
Beautiful Penelope Carlisle was an untouched innocent when she wed Viscount Graham Trevalyen. She knew theirs was a marria...More info →
Eldest daughter of an eccentric art collector, Arianne Richards is the caretaker of the family’s empty coffers—as well as her irrepressible siblings. Discovering a hidden painting, she is determined to sell it to obtain the funds to provide care for her ailing mother.
But when her cousin’s suitor, the handsome and wealthy Lord Galen Locke, shows interest in her, as well as the painting, Arianne must question his intentions. But will the truth bring about secrets that should have remained buried?More info →
As a vicar’s daughter, quiet Penelope Carlisle is accustomed to living on the thin edge of poverty. She’s content with her small home and a friendly village—until a cloaked and crippled Beast rides into her orchard. Badly scarred in heart and soul, Viscount Graham Trevelyan has no use for love. He has a need for revenge and a child to protect. The compassionate innocent who doesn’t flee his fierce visage is the perfect mother his silent daughter needs.More info →
While fleeing London rumors, she is captured by a highwayman who’s determined to have her as his own. Even Daphne questions her own judgment when she prefers the clandestine kisses of a masked stranger to a reliable gentleman who openly declares his love. Will Daphne prove that madness and mayhem are a product of love, or vice versa?More info →