Lillian Marek was born and raised in New York City. At one time or another she has had most of the interesting but underpaid jobs available to English majors. After a few too many years in journalism, she decided she prefers fiction, where the good guys win and the bad guys get what they deserve.
And time is running out
Lady Susannah Tremaine and her young friend Olivia are staying at the Grand Hotel in Baden, where so far the most exciting part of the visit has been the pastries. But when a devastatingly handsome royal Germanic officer asks Olivia to impersonate a missing princess, Susannah finds herself drawn into a dangerous world of international intrigue as she tries to protect her friend-and her heart.
Praise for Lady Emily's Exotic Journey:
"Captivating...fabulously intriguing locales... a roller-coaster ride of adventure." -RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars
"Richly detailed romance with unexpected characters readers will love." -Fresh Fiction
For a man whose only mistress is travel, can Lucien Chambertin change his loveless ways for the enchanting Emily Tremaine?
Safe in the embrace of her loving family, Lady Emily Tremaine longs to feel more intensely alive. Surely the magic and mystery of Assyria and the fabled ruins of Nineveh will bring about the transformation she seeks.
Scarred by his past and estranged from his noble grandfather, French adventurer Lucien Chambertin desires neither a home nor the chains of emotional attachment. He seeks only to explore the far reaches of the world. But he did not know the world contained the likes of Lady Emily—whose curiosity and sense of wonder match his own.
Victorian Adventures Series:
Lady Elinor's Wicked Adventures (Book 1)
Lady Emily's Exotic Journey (Book 2)
A Scandalous Adventure (Book 3)
Praise for Lady Elinor's Wicked Adventures:
"Lively Victorian adventure...wonderfully different and colorful...sure to charm readers." —RT Book Reviews
"A simply delightful tale of love, passion, and family." —Fresh Fiction
Heartsick Harry DeVaux is convinced that his past makes him unworthy of the delightful Lady Elinor Tremaine. Harry agrees to accompany the intrepid Tremaines to Italy to explore Etruscan ruins, even if it chips away at his resolve to stay away from the woman he loves.
The intrepid Lady Elinor Tremaine is caught up in the Victorian fervor for exploring distant lands. Her travels throw her back in the company of an old friend—this time, far from the security of polite society.
Harry de Vaux, Viscount Tunbury, has loved Lady Elinor for as long as he can remember— but his family's sordid background put her completely out of his reach. Prowling through Etruscan ruins in Italy with Elinor is exquisite torture. She is so close, and so forbidden.