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Deception of a Highlander
In this “tightly-plotted” Scottish romance of ardor and adventure, a desperate woman finds herself losing her heart to the very man she must betray (Publishers Weekly).
Young, beautiful Mariel Brandon never wanted to be a woman of intrigue. But when she and her young brother became indebted to Aaron, a fiendishly brilliant Englishman, he trained her to become a master spy and seductress—to be used however and whenever he wished.
Mariel’s latest mission is to gain the confidence of Scotsman Kieran MacDonald, whose powerful clan holds a heavily fortified castle on the Isle of Skye. Mariel is to convince Kieran to take her there. If she cannot do this, she is to kill him. And if does not succeed in that, Aaron will most certainly kill her brother.
What Mariel doesn’t count on is craving Kieran MacDonald almost immediately upon meeting him. Now she must keep her deadly secret from him as she devises a plan to save her brother, get her out from under Aaron’s cruel dominion, and keep her in Kieran’s strong arms forever.
Trapped in a loveless marriage at the turn of the twentieth century, a British noblewoman finds renewed passion with a young architect.
Lady Sara Longford’s once-storybook marriage is falling apart. Her husband, Ben Cochrane, a New York entrepreneur, married Sara in the hopes that a high-society English wife would improve his odds of entering New York’s uppermost social strata, but so far those ambitions have remained unfulfilled, and the relationship has soured. But things change when Sara meets up-and-coming draftsman Alex McKie, hired to build Cochrane’s garish summer home in Newport, Rhode Island. When Cochrane sends Sara away to Newport to oversee the construction, Sara finds herself increasingly drawn to the charming Alex. As their relationship develops, Sara must chose between the safe life she knows and the forbidden love that threatens to destroy everything she holds dear.
A woman’s traumatic past haunts her search for the truth in this compelling romantic thriller from the New York Times–bestselling author.
Olivia Sealy was only two years old when her parents were murdered and she was kidnapped for ransom. While Olivia was ultimately returned to surviving family members, the police never caught those responsible. Decades later, Olivia’s ordeal resurfaces when a child’s skeleton is discovered in a hidden wall—a child with whom Olivia shares a unique family trait.
With the help of Det. Trey Bonney, her childhood sweetheart, Olivia is pulled deeper into the mystery. As she tries to connect the events of her past and present, Olivia can’t help wanting to get closer to Trey. But neither counts on a madman who may hold the answer to the twenty-five-year-old mystery—a secret someone hoped was buried for good.
“Few authors portray the Scottish highlands as lovingly or as colorfully as Hannah Howell” (Publishers Weekly).
Bestselling author Hannah Howell returns to the breathtaking Scottish Highlands with the unforgettable Murray clan and the stunning Annora MacKay, who cannot resist the desire an alluring stranger offers . . . Annora MacKay senses a disturbing evil in Dunncraig Keep, the estate acquired by her cousin, a cruel and ruthless man. Only her affection for the tiny girl he claims is his daughter stops her from fleeing. Then a mysterious woodcarver arrives at the castle, and she cannot stop thinking—or longing—for him . . . James Drummond, once a laird but now an outcast, wants what was stolen from him—his good name, his lands, and his child. His disguise for getting into Dunncraig is step one of his plan, but the enticing raven-haired woman who cares for his daughter is an unwelcome surprise. For he has come seeking justice, not love.
Mrs. Budley Falls from Grace
An aristocratic widow turns to crime—and discovers love—in a romance “notable for its gentle humor and adventurous spirit” from a New York Times bestseller (Publishers Weekly).
The Poor Relation, a hotel run by impoverished aristocrats, is in need of money to survive. Widow Eliza Budley wants to help save her new home, but with her fortune lost due to her deceased husband’s gambling debts, how can she? With no rich relative to go to, Eliza calls on the senile, elderly Marquess of Peterhouse, and pretends to be a relation while she steals just enough of his worldly goods to fund the hotel. But when she arrives at his bleak castle, she learns the Marquess is deceased, leaving his handsome nephew in charge of the estate. Once the dashing heir learns of her devious plot, can he get past her criminal leanings long enough to fall in love with her?
The Rosecliffe Trilogy
Desperate enemies become forbidden lovers in this trilogy set in the divided world of twelfth-century Wales from a USA Today–bestselling author.
Set in Medieval Wales, this trilogy by Romantic Times Award–winning author Rexanne Becnel introduces the FitzHughs, a clan contending with traitorous enemies, political strife, and their own warring hearts in the name of honor, duty, and love.
The Mountain Between Us
From the author of The View from Here—hailed as “solid gold”—comes a heartwarming holiday story set in a small town you will want to take to heart (Pamela Morsi, USA Today–bestselling author).
Cut off from the outside world by a blanket of snow, the holidays are usually a time for peace and quiet in tiny Eureka, Colorado. But this year the mountain town is in trouble. Thanks to a corrupt investor, the treasury is bankrupt, leaving residents to struggle through an especially harsh winter.
Then there are those with more personal problems, like Maggie Stevens, pregnant and torn between single motherhood or drawing the father-to-be into a life he’s not cut out for. And Olivia Theriot, the mayor’s prodigal daughter, is harboring a secret so painful she may never be able to settle down.
But Mother Nature is about to put things in perspective.
When a blizzard blows through just days before Christmas, friends and neighbors are left stranded—and others have gone missing. Now there’s only one thing on Eureka’s wish list: to live up to its name and its reputation for coming together, and find a way to bring everyone back home where they belong.
A “beautiful tale of a childhood love that grows into an adult passion” set against the romance, adventure and danger of the Old West (Romantic Times).
After surviving the massacre of her parents by Confederate deserters, Susan Hurst is placed in an orphanage. There, she’s drawn to the holy orders, and begins training to be a nun. But all the while she is tormented by thoughts of her young protector in the orphanage, how she loves him, how she still thinks of him . . .
Daniel Crocker lost his family young, and learned to fight for himself—and others—at the children’s home. Now, he’s famed as one of the hardest, most ruthless frontier lawmen to ever slap leather. But just as he’s ready to take a rest from his violent labors, he receives word that the little girl he used to stand up for is about to take her vows—and be lost to him forever . . .
Brought together by a chance reunion in Wyoming Territory, Susan and Daniel find their hearts still bound by unspoken love. But before they can pursue a future together, they will have to confront the past that holds them apart.
New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Freeman delivers another triumph in this multigenerational saga set against a backdrop of dazzling wealth and towering ambition
Their lives have all the trappings of a fairytale. He is the proud, hardworking son of Sicilian immigrants. She is a pampered southern belle. When they meet, the Rossis of San Francisco and the Posatas of New Orleans have risen to become two powerful families with roots dating back for generations. And from the moment she sees him, Catherine Posata makes up her mind to marry tall, dark, and handsome Harvard Law student Dominic Rossi.
Their union is marked by a fiery clash of wills and larger-than-life desires that will transform their lives and those of their children. Passionate and darkly enchanting, Fairytales is the story of two people ruled by ambition . . . and obsessed by love.
Can't Buy Me Love
When Willow Cayton runs into her old crush from school, Luke, she’s a grown woman with a new look—not to mention a good amount of cash from a rather substantial inheritance. Could she be lucky enough to score a fortune and her dream hunk at the same time?
Then she meets Cal—a computer geek with a quirky sense of humor—and they immediately strike up a friendship that may be destined for something more. But Willow suspects that there is far more to the unassuming man than meets the eye.
Soon, she’ll find herself struggling over which man is the one she wants—and which man is the one she really needs . . .
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Time After Time
A young widow is transported to post–Civil War New Orleans—and a second chance at love—in this time travel romance from the New York Times–bestselling author.
Kelly Brennan, a beautiful young widow, arrives at the door wearing a horrible lime green silk and organza bridesmaid’s dress. She seems confused and talks about strange devices like “telephones” and “cabs”—things that don’t yet exist in this post–Civil War New Orleans.
You see, Kelly has traveled backward through time to an era of gentle southern manners and a calm pace of life she had only dreamed of in her modern, hectic world. Adding to Kelly’s confusion is the uncanny resemblance of her charming gentleman host, Daniel Gilmore, to her late husband Michael.
Is this all a dream? Are Daniel and his precocious daughter Lizzie real? As Kelly begins to adjust to life in the past, she faces an even greater challenge--opening her heart to a man who himself has known great loss and sadness. Can Kelly and Daniel find love not in the past nor in the future, but in this jumbled present?
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Tomorrow Is Forever
For two decades, Elizabeth Herlong has been a devoted Hollywood wife, supporting her husband as he built an empire in the budding motion picture industry. But far from the bright glamour of her current life, World War II rages in Europe, forcing Elizabeth to remember her past, awakening feelings and longings she thought she would never experience again. Most of all, she fears for her eldest son, who turns eighteen in less than a year and will have to enlist in the army.
Then one night, Elizabeth’s husband introduces her to a German screenwriter he’s been working with. Erich Kessler is a disabled veteran of World War I attempting to make a new life for himself. Something in his face stirs Elizabeth’s heart—setting her on a journey of discovery about the meaning of true love and the things that war cannot destroy.
A Wish to Build a Dream On
Reese Catlin is determined to get his herd from Texas to Kansas ahead of the rush so he can make enough money to buy the ranch of his dreams. An excellent chuck wagon cook is essential to the cattle drive, and after tasting the delectable lemon pies at the café in town, he knows he’s found the perfect man for the job in “Andy” Dushane.
The thing is, Andie Dushane is no man at all. And Reese has no intention of taking a woman on the trail. But it’s not so easy resisting Andie’s culinary skills . . . or her undeniable beauty.
Before long, her delicious cuisine is all the cowboys can talk about. But it’s the thought of her passionate embrace that keeps Reese up at night. Can he bring himself to profess his love for Andie before it’s too late?
Full of love and laughter, A Wish to Build a Dream Oncelebrates the magic of finding love where it’s least expected.
A young diplomat is torn between two women during the earliest days of the Vietnam War in this “wide-ranging and well-written” novel (The Christian Science Monitor).
Harry Sanders is a young Foreign Service officer in 1960s Indochina when the course of his life is suddenly altered by a dangerous and clandestine meeting with insurgents that ends in quiet disaster—and a brief but passionate encounter with Sieglinde, a young German woman.
Absorbing the impact of his misstep, Harry returns briefly to Washington before traveling to Africa, Scandinavia, and the Mediterranean on assignments. He marries the captivating May, who is fleeing her own family disappointments in New England and looking for an escape into Harry’s diplomatic life. On the surface, they are a handsome, successful couple—but the memory of Sieglinde persists in Harry’s thoughts, and May has her own secrets too.
As Harry navigates the increasingly treacherous waters of diplomacy in an age of interminable conflict, he also tries to narrow the distance between himself and the two alluring women who have chosen to love him, in a novel from a Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award finalist that “considers the toll that a life lived upon the great stage of international politics can take on a man of substance” (Kirkus Reviews).
Seven Tears for Apollo
Ever since Dorcas Brandt’s husband, Gino Nikkaris, died in a plane crash, she’s been beset by troubling suspicions that his shady intrigues in the art world may have been the cause of his death. Desperate for both a new future and answers to the questions about Gino’s past, Dorcas whisks her daughter away to the Greek island of Rhodes. Among Gino’s family, friends, and former colleagues—and a kindhearted American named Johnny—Dorcas hopes to find a semblance of peace as she traverses the magnificent ruins and ancient fortresses.
But her dreams are soon dashed: There’s something accusatory and unforgiving in her late husband’s elderly female patron; the peculiar woman enlisted as her daughter’s nanny is a black hole of hostility; a new love is under threat; and as scrawled warnings appear and disappear before her eyes, she fears for her own sanity. Now, as her husband’s mysterious past casts a shadow over Dorcas’s every move, the young mother must confront not only a terrible truth but also the terrifying fate that awaits her on the white cliffs of the Aegean.
Pirate Hunter's Mistress
A nobleman’s marriage of convenience takes a sultry turn in this romance that spans from Virginia plantations to Caribbean seas.
Marlee Stafford isn’t a fool. She knows the handsome, arrogant Richard Arden has married her for her money, just as she’s wedded him for his aristocratic name. But Marlee isn’t about to give up all of her control to this cocky baron with a wandering eye. She won’t sign over her inheritance until she’s enticed her broad-shouldered husband into desiring only her. But when his hungry kisses begin to ignite her most intimate fantasies, Marlee knows she’s made a weighty error, for this mysterious man harbors a dark secret—and now he’s holding her helpless under his spell!
Before meeting Marlee, Lark Arden’s only aspiration was to get money for a new ship so he could track down the pirate Manuel Silva who had kidnapped his fiancée, Bettina. But when he takes on the identity of his recently deceased cousin, Richard, he never expects that his blue-eyed proxy bride will tempt him beyond sanity. Lark originally planned only to “borrow” the money from Marlee, then flee. He never though he’d steal her virtue. But how can Lark resist tasting her sweet lips and sampling this dark beauty’s fiery passions? And how can he reconcile his lust for the very woman he’ll soon betray?
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