Home For Christmas
Weary of the long hours he's been spending on a make-or-break legal case, Devin Montlake, the youngest son of the Earl of Vincent, is thrilled at the prospect of spending Christmas with his childhood love Lady Cecilia. With professional success almost within his grasp, he can finally formalize their understanding. Unfortunately, his interfering family's House Party might well be his last chance.
Believing they've been disinvited to the Vincent’s Christmas gathering, Lady Cecilia and her family are surprised when they receive Devlin's last-minute plea to attend. Lady Cecilia knows the Vincents want better for Devlin than the daughter of an impoverished earl, and, after months of Devlin's silence, she isn’t sure what to expect. Does Devlin plan to break things off with her in person, or will he ask for her hand in marriage? And if he does propose after so much time apart, how can she be sure she is still first in Devlin's heart?More info →
One woman, one man, a world of deceit.
London, 1854 - He’s a spy— Certain truths aren’t his to share…
Frederick Woolsy is Queen Victoria’s finest spy. His mission at the Russian Embassy’s annual ball is one of the most critical ones of his life, but his careful plans end in disaster. The book he steals for the Queen is stolen from him, leaving England and Russia on the brink of war.
Even worse? The love of his life catches him in yet another lie. This time, he might lose her forever.
Lady Elizabeth is cursed. That's the only possible explanation.
Her London society debut two years ago was cut short due to her aunt's illness. Her next year in society ended abruptly yet again when she became entangled in someone else's scandal. The third time's the charm, is it not? Until someone attempts to kidnap her and that gossip Lady Lydia dashes off to London to spread the juicy bit of scandal.
Honestly, is the world out to get her?
When James Hargrove, Lord Devlin, comes home from France with his tail between his legs, he's astounded to learn Queen Victoria insists he must return to Emperor Napoleon III's court as her spy. When she also demands that he marry and take his bride with him as cover, he can only believe it's a hoax since he isn't even engaged.
Except it isn't.
Are they the answer to one another's prayers, or is this fated to end in yet another disaster?More info →