Only a Christmas miracle could fix this mess.
Miss Amelia Fortescue, the only child of profligate gambler, Baron Fortescue, wants to marry for love, but her parents won’t wait for that. They need her as bait to land a wealthy son-in-law to pay off their debts.
Wealthy banker and former soldier, Major Adam Wellworth, fell in love with Amelia from afar. Before he could gain an introduction, Bonaparte escaped and Adam was forced to rejoin the army. Back in England months later, with an injury that’s proving hard to shake off, his love for Amelia hasn’t diminished. He seeks the Fortescue’s permission to court her, but it comes with conditions.
Adam invites the Fortescues to his estate for the Christmas week, so Amelia can get to know him. However, his plan goes horribly awry before they arrive, when Amelia’s parents tell her she’ll be married on Christmas Day.
Amelia’s not going to be forced to marry anyone, especially someone she’s never met, and who she believes is maimed and elderly. Instead, helped by a handsome gentleman, she becomes the Runaway Christmas Bride.
Can Adam escort Amelia to her great-aunt for Christmas without her discovering his identity? And how does he reveal his name afterwards without earning her loathing? It would take a Christmas miracle to fix this mess.
Blurb: Is what a widow needs, really what she wants?
Widow Selena Hartnell is in deep in debt and faced with prison. Her managing friend, Barbara, Baroness De Ritz decrees Selena needs a wealthy husband – fast!
Guy, Viscount Rushcroft needs a wife to manage his six motherless children who are running wild.
Barbara decides Selena and the Viscount are perfectly suited, and launches into matchmaking mode. The outcome of her scheming surprises them all.
“I really enjoyed and recommend this book as a "hard to put down" book, one that you really need to find out what is over the next page.” Helen Gee, www.amazon.com.au
“This wonderfully written story makes me truly appreciate the comforts of being a woman in modern times!” Reading is forever, www.amazon.com
“Clean, sweet and adorable! I very much enjoyed this easy to read, clean and sweet Regency romance.” Teri Donaldson, www.amazon.com
“A tale of mature love and second chances. This is a sweet romance that involves those not in the first flush of youth and can be read in an afternoon. Ideal for a rainy day or just a relaxing afternoon.” Cheryl, www.amazon.com
Blurb: Can these gentlemanly heroes save the women they love?
‘Gentleman to the Rescue’: Clarissa Lanstone has been dragged to the altar by her cousin to marry old Squire Barns. Will Captain Tom Whittlesea, the love of her life, arrive in time to save her?
‘An Officer and a Gentleman’: Marianne Chaseley receives the worst news a mother can hear. Can Major Oliver Hurst convince her to let him help her one last time?
‘A True Gentleman’: Lady Emma Blanche is trapped in a situation no woman should endure. Her husband’s valet, John Wright, knows he must help her, but can they escape Sir Henry Blanche?
He made her his thrall, but she enthralled him.
The newly-widowed Lady Eadlin of Mercia yearns for an independent life in control of her own destiny, but King Edward of Wessex has other plans. When he commands her to marry again to forge another political alliance, she flees to a convent in Kent. During a Viking raid, Eadlin is captured and taken to the English Danelaw where she is out of the king’s reach, but her life is again controlled by a powerful man.
After one last Viking raid, Jarl Thorolf plans to put down his sword and farm his lands, which he realizes is the only way to achieve long-term peace in England. However, the young defiant novice whom he enslaves is King Edward's runaway goddaughter and worth a large ransom.
If Eadlin escapes her captor, she risks falling into King Edward’s hands. If she stays, she risks falling in love with the enemy. Captivated by Lady Eadlin, Thorolf must decide whether to protect her or return her to King Edward and prevent war with the Anglo-Saxons. Will he choose peace or love?
'One war, two battle-scarred hearts, one chance for happiness.'
English nurse, Fleur Armitage, wants to escape all reminders of the Great War, which killed family and friends, by living as far from its reminders as possible, so travels to outback Australia. Jack Edgarson is a pastoralist, war hero and damaged man. Suffering from nightmares and sleep walking, he lives in isolation, fearful he may harm someone. Through a chance meeting, their lives become entangled. They come to share their love of the wide western plains, but dare they love each other?
Three spicy, heart-warming Regency stories of forbidden love that breaks the rules.
'Gideon' -Caroline Medworth finds her long lost valentine, but can she keep him?
'Gabriel' - If Lady Louisa chooses independence, will her mystery valentine ever be revealed?
'George' - Viscount Carthoy has a forbidden, hidden love.
'Coming home can be harder than leaving.'
Outback Australia, 1924: Matron Marion Henderson of Idavale Private Hospital wants romance in her life and promises she’ll go out with the first man who asks. That man is Bill Carter, ex-pastoralist, ex-soldier, wanderer, whose guilt about leaving home for war has kept him from returning ever since. Marion wants someone reliable with whom to share her life, but Bill’s behaviour rekindles Marion’s memories of her war-damaged first husband.
Can they face their ghosts and create a future together?