The Itinerant Tenant is an intricate love story, which has won an Award from the National Association of Writers’ Groups.
Edward Carnegie has been badly injured, apparently, in some sort of car... More > accident and after languishing in hospital for many months, rents a cottage in the Lake District. With Christmas fast approaching, his only wish is to recover his physical and mental wellbeing, while at the same time keeping himself to himself and his background secret.
A snowstorm imposes upon Edward a striking young woman who introduces herself as Fiona Wilde, but fails to mention she is the Lady heiress to the surrounding Hartshead Estate or that she is to become engaged to nouveau riche millionaire Nigel Harrison on New Year’s Eve.
Finding themselves unavoidably thrown together by the social demands of any rural community, the sensual tensions between Edward and Fiona imperceptibly rise, leading to deception, betrayal and tragedy, until their lives are placed in grave danger by vengeful, violent events.< Less
A delightful collection of M/F stories for romance lovers everywhere. If you enjoy no-nonsense men who won't hesitate to spank a woman, this book is for you! Over 300 pages for hours of reading... More > pleasure! For ages 18 and over.< Less
When Adina Carr is stranded in London by her ungrateful, not to mention philandering ex-boyfriend, she is about to call it quits and head back home to New York City with her tail between her legs,... More > but through a bout of serendipity things are about to get a whole lot more interesting—and dangerous.
On the very day she loses her job, she happens upon someone in trouble—and not just any someone. This someone is expected to become the high prince of all vampires, a centuries-old dispute notwithstanding. Jin, the vampire in question, has spent a lifetime being groomed to rule; yet, there is a tribe of rebel undead who will do anything to make sure he does not assume the throne. It is Adina who unwittingly gives him a second chance and finds herself in the middle of a bloody battle—and falling hopelessly in love.< Less