Windemere Hall launches Catherine Lloyd’s Victorian Villains Saga. Four villainous men, cursed by their fathers, follow their legacy of greed, murder, lust and pride. Set in 1867 England, the saga is written in the classic gothic romance tradition of Victoria Holt and Phyllis A. Whitney. Windemere Hall is a steamy dark historical romance, containing scenes, language and themes written for a mature audience.
Keywords: historical romance forced marriage, historical romance hero mean to heroine, historical romance enemies to lovers, victorian gothic romance series
The King's trusted emissary, Captain Galinn Strongbow arrives at the castle on a final mission before quitting the diplomatic corps to seek adventure. He has the tedious task of addressing Lord Althfael’s complaints about his young wife, but when he asks to speak with Lady Asta, he is rudely sent away. His luck worsens when riding through the wood, Galinn comes upon a young woman with an injured ankle and offers the girl his assistance—a good deed that proves dangerous.
Dark Redeemer Historical Romance is a series of stand-alone adventure-romance tales set in 13th Century England during the reign of King John, known as the High Middle Ages. The story is full of action and romance. However, Christmas Rose contains certain love scenes that are not suitable for younger readers.
Keywords: warm historical romance, holiday romance, medieval england, action-adventure romance
Mandrake Falls is cocooned in a thick blanket of snow when Michael Shannon, the star of Tomorrow Never Comes is dropped like a bomb into Hudson Grace’s bachelor life. For the next seventy-two hours, due to a bureaucratic mix-up, the forester is stuck with the daytime diva. A fire on the hearth. A raging blizzard. And a three-year-old holy terror. Who will crack first?
Keywords: Christmas holiday-theme, small town, romantic comedy, warm-to-spicy love story
Shelby Porter doesn’t like Sheriff Sawyer McIntyre and everyone in town knows it except Dolly Porter, Shelby and Sawyer’s much-loved, daffy aunt. Dolly’s health hasn’t been good of late. She worries too much over Shelby’s single status. To ease her mind, Shelby tells a little white lie that morphs into a whopper, until she is standing in Sheriff McIntyre’s bedroom at three o’clock in the morning with a teeny request: “Lie for me.” And that’s when things really get scary.
Keywords: small town, romantic comedy, enemies-to-friends, fake engagement, warm-to-spicy love scenes