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Three Abductions and an Earl

London-hating dreamer, Lydia Norwood, has failed spectacularly as a débutante. Now an encoretante whose family has lost a fortune, Lydia discovers that the beau monde is hard on a nouveau riche social climber, particularly one who is no longer riche and only wants to climb trees. Lydia must stave off the effrontery of rogue lords and conniving competitors long enough to make a good match, or else incur society's scorn by by being so scandalous as to earn her own money. Falling for the unattainable Lord Aldley is a distraction she cannot afford. But they share such an enchanted history, how can her heart resist?

The tragically virtuous Earl of Aldley is tired of ambitious families hurling débutantes at his head, but cannot hide in France forever. He returns to London to seek out the mysterious tree-climbing girl who once saved him from a scheming chit, and finds more than he bargained for. Abductions, seductions, trickery and injury all endanger Lydia, but Lord Aldley's heart is imperiled beyond rescue. He has only just found her; will he lose her forever to his enemy, his best friend, or his own dangerous mistake?




Mistress of Two Fortunes and a Duke

Parental neglect and new money have been the making of parvenue heiress and incorrigible do-gooder, Tilly Ravelsham. She is bent on relieving poverty and forwarding the cause of liberty by whatever means necessary. True, she dabbles in the demimonde. True, she breaks into houses. True, she conducts scandalous enterprises and an affair that could ruin her socially, if her enemy exposes her. But is that all so very wrong?

Despite falling in love with Mr. Rutherford, a delicious man about town, Tilly is bound in a secret pact to the man about to marry her. She didn’t mean to fall for Rutherford, and breaking his heart is making her wretchedly unhappy. Then she realizes that she has crossed a line, that her actions and influence are slowly destroying him.

She knows she should set him free, so that he might be happy with another. But her heart refuses to let go, and Tilly is growing tired of making sacrifices so that others may find happiness when she is miserable.

Reluctant duke-to-be, Mr. Rutherford, has his life turned upside-down by the most fascinating, tempting and shocking woman he has ever met, leaving his heart utterly smitten. But as merely seducing her has proved ineffective, Rutherford must find some other way of convincing her to marry him before she makes it to the altar with her rich-as-a-prince fiancé.

When Rutherford’s love for the adventuress of his dreams gets him stabbed, pistol-whipped, unlawfully confined, and almost framed for a capital offence, will he conclude that there is such a thing as a young lady who is too interesting? Will he turn to the mysterious, beautiful widow his uncle has made him swear to protect?

And will a concealed pregnancy or a murder be the powder keg that blows all of Tilly and Rutherford’s plans and secrets wide open?




Accursed Abbey

Coming soon. In the meantime here is a litte sample...

They rounded the inn just in time to see Lenore walking with a man toward an inky black vehicle, so dark it seemed to be made of shadow. He must be Lenore’s guardian. Elizabeth could not make out much detail in the gloom, but he took Lenore's arm and appeared to propel her almost against her inclination toward the carriage.

Elizabeth quickened her pace, for she wished at least to say goodbye to her new friend. But the man seemed in a hurry.

When he loaded Lenore into the carriage, Elizabeth called out, “Wait!” Silverloo ran ahead of her.

Surely he could not make them out in the shadows, but he turned to stare directly at her, as though he saw her.

A chill penetrated Elizabeth's bones. She could feel the man's gaze upon her. Silverloo froze and emitted a low growl.

The man turned away again and got into his carriage, which sped off into the night.

Elizabeth's heart sank as she sat down once more upon her trunk. She wondered when her aunt and uncle might come for her. Silverloo crawled into her lap as the noise from the inn grew louder.