The Macgregor's Daughter
In 1776 England, American born Anadreya Macgregor is branded a spy by the arrogant Marquis of Canderlay. Despite her pleas of innocence, he refuses to listen and has her imprisoned. Aided by the Scottish father she never knew, Dreya escapes to Dragon's Breath Castle.
Five years later, the laird is missing and a badly injured Frenchman washes ashore. Dreya is wary of the blind and amnesic man, though something about him is hauntingly familiar. Is he an ally or a ruthless mercenary who stumbled upon her father's illegal smuggling activities?
When the stranger's vision and memory gradually return, Dreya discovers her fate, along with the continued existence of her beloved clan, might very well be in his hands. As the web of deception binding them together unravels, both are in danger of losing everything.
Including their hearts.
After a hasty promise to her dying fiancé jeopardizes the future of his illegitimate child, Lady Leah Sheridan vows to make amends for the gentleman’s lack of honor by personally seeing to his son’s financial needs. When the boy’s heartless mother abandons him, Leah finds herself nearing a disastrous scandal. To make matters worse, her fiancé’s older brother returns to England demanding answers she swore never to divulge.
As soon as the Duke of Chase meets the woman his deceased brother had intended to wed, he is unexpectedly captivated by the lady’s beauty, but he quickly suspects she is hiding a secret, making him more determined than ever to seek the truth behind his brother’s fatal accident.
Will Leah break her promise and confide in the only man who can keep her safe?
Beyond the Shadow of Canderlay Manor
In Regency England, Morgan Spence sets his sight upon acquiring two things. His father’s ancestral estate, Canderlay, and a wealthy bride to foot the bill for its restoration. Having accomplished the first part of his plan, Morgan moves into the neglected manor house and soon discovers he’s not alone.
Afraid for her very life, Isabelle Lindley is forced into seclusion by the disfigured ruffian who burned her cottage and chased her into the forest. For the last three months she's been hiding in a secret room inside abandoned Canderlay Manor, depending upon the kindness of an old caretaker. When the new owner takes up residence, Belle tries to frighten him off by pretending to be a spirit, but the hoax backfires and nearly ends the man’s life.
After a near fatal accident, Morgan isn’t sure if he’s dealing with a ghost or clever intruder…a trickster who misplaces the keys to his room and tampers with his pocket watch. One thing is for certain. He intends to find out.
Belle longs to escape the dark and dreary secret room, but freedom is a luxury of the past. Because of Morgan Spence, her sanctuary is now her prison, for he's hired the very scoundrel who tried to end her life.