Promised to Merrick of Tregellas when she was but a child, Lady Constance was unwilling to wed a man she remembered only as a spoiled boy. Sure he had grown into an arrogant knight, she sought to make herself so unappealing that Merrick would refuse to honor their betrothal. Yet no sooner had this enigmatic, darkly handsome man ridden through the castle gates than she realized he was nothing like the boy she recalled. And very much a man she could love…
BOUND BY DESIRE…
Haunted by secrets from his past, Merrick was unwilling to return to Tregellas—until he caught sight of his bride-to-be. Beautiful and spirited, Lady Constance was everything he wanted in a wife. She stirred his passion—and his heart—as no woman ever had before. But what would happen when she discovered the truth?
When enemies begin plotting their downfall, only trust can save a match never meant to end in true love.
After glimpsing a softer side to the stern Sir Roland of Dunborough, Mavis of DeLac is filled with hope for their arranged marriage. So when the wedding night explodes with an exquisite passion, she dares to dream that their newfound bliss will last forever.
But the following morning, convinced he could never make this beautiful woman truly happy, Roland becomes cold and aloof once again. And as the newlyweds journey across England to protect Roland's birthright, it's up to Mavis to prove him wrong—and unlock the compassion this noble knight has buried deep inside.
"Moore. Moore. Moore. Fans will love her newest medieval romance." —RT Book Reviews on Castle of the Wolf
Power… When Griffydd DeLanyea departed his ship in Dunloch, he thought his stay would last no more than a fortnight. Unbeknownst to Griffydd, Diarmad MacMurdock, the man he had come to see, was not merely interested in a trade alliance….
Patience… Griffydd always believed that good things came to those who waited, but the Welshman had never wanted anything as badly as he wanted Diarmad's daughter Seona….
Passion… Whether in battle or in love, Griffydd preferred to guard his feelings carefully. But the day would come when Seona would be his wife.
Though famed for prowess in tourney and war, Etienne DeGuerre now found himself at odds in the Battle of the Sexes. For his opponent, Gabriella Frechette, was a woman of singular beauty…and single-minded resolve. One who had easily stormed his defenses, and laid siege to his unsuspecting heart.
Lord Neville Farrington's day begins badly with an unannounced visit from his stern, unbending father, the Earl of Barrsettshire, who is accompanied by Arabella Martin, a most exquisite young miss. Immediately things start to look up and Neville unleashes his roguish charms hoping to seduce this prized beauty. But the high-minded gentlewoman scorns his advances.
But Was Marriage to Be His Destiny?
Of all the impertinence! Arabella has never met such a self-assured rogue who spends his days--and far too many of his nights--in the pursuit of pleasure. She rejects his bold caresses with disdain, but even Arabella cannot deny Neville's talents at seduction were oh, so enticing. Arabella is determined to teach the handsome rake a thing or two about honor, but even she cannot resist this scoundrel's kiss.
Lady Allis nearly swoons when she first seesthe tall, tempting knight at her father's jousting tournament. As theeldest daughter of the family, she is duty-bound to wed someone ofwealth and privilege -- and Sir Connor, though mesmerizing, is not onlypenniless but in disgrace. To Connor this fiery, untouchable maiden isa prize worth fighting for. The onetime hero has little save his prideand his skill -- as a warrior and a lover. But will that beenough to survive castle treachereries, to know the rapturous passionthe lady's hungering gaze promises -- and to win her heart?
Quintus MacLachlann is arrogant—unapologetically so. When he's asked to impersonate one half of a married couple to infiltrate Edinburgh society, he relishes the challenge of being "married" to the frustratingly willful yet beautiful Esme.
Esme makes no bones about her fervent dislike of the dishonored rake. He's the last person on earth she can conceive of marrying, sham or otherwise. But being forced to play wife to the handsome-as-sin wastrel brings up very real feelings of desire….
Facing marriage to a man she loathes, virtuous Thomasina is forced to choose family duty over her own happiness—until a high-stakes tournament ends in her abduction! Trapped with her fearless captor, the legendary Wolf of Wales, she soon finds herself irresistibly drawn to the man beneath the armor.
Though Rheged captured Tamsin in the name of revenge, he can't ignore his instinct to protect her. Although to love her could bring the wrath of his enemies down upon them….
Edmond cannot imagine why this chit would be following him, spying on his every move, and looking at him as if he is a fascinating bug in a science experiment. He's used to admiring females, but this is ridiculous! So he decides to turn the tables and pursue her instead . . . only to find that she is a disarming beauty whose wit matches his own. Soon all he wants is to be the hero of her dreams.