An enigmatic stranger appears on Ana Martin's Texas doorstep, summoned by her father before his untimely death. Left with no other family, Ana boards a train bound for her uncle's vast estate. Eduardo sees her safely to her new home. His passionate political ideals intrigue Ana, drawing her to him. But it is Carlos, the daring rodeo rider and freedom fighter, who touches her soul, setting Ana on a journey that will test her strength and forge her destiny.
Originally published as Ana Martin
Maggie MacLaren longs to leave her home town, even if she must quell her attraction to rugged steelworker Jake O'Neill. When Andrew Adair walks into Maggie's library, he sweeps her into his world of wealth and power. But Andrew's world is not all it appears to be. High above town in a wealthy resort, reclusive young widow Allison Kimball embarks on a series of secret epistles and midnight trysts. Their love story unfolds to reveal a truth that will threaten to tear them apart as their world comes crashing down in the Johnstown Flood of 1889.
Originally published as Watermarks
Emma Madding walks up to the door of a remote waterfront cliff house in upstate New York, and into the life of recluse Benjamin Stark. A typewriter girl, she is hired to transcribe his weathered journal of Klondike Gold Rush memories that his scarred hand can no longer write down. Working together draws emotions that neither can allow. Benjamin knows the truth of his tragic past will drive Emma away. She longs for love, but has her own secret. Forced apart, the two lovers must battle a world fueled by money and power.
Originally published as The Typewriter Girl
J.L. Jarvis is a left-handed opera singer/teacher/lawyer who writes romance novels. She received her undergraduate training from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a doctorate from the University of Houston. She now lives and writes in New York. For information about upcoming books, sign up for her newsletter at news.jljarvis.com.