"...filled with original, fresh characters, the necessary bad guy, an overbearing mother-in-law and love thwarted and restored.” — Savannah
"The uncertainty of what will happen next, the lies, the deceit all make this a book you don't want to put down." — Eileen
Miranda Fenster, known throughout society as the Fairy Tale Miss because she insists that happily ever afters are possible even amongst the arranged marriages of the Victorian aristocracy, is on a mission. Her goal? To rescue her brother. Her adversary? Simon Watterly, Duke of Kerstone. A man who almost offered for her five years before.
Simon has a mission of his own.
Furious with his late father and disillusioned by the honorable facade of society, he believes that family honor requires the ultimate sacrifice from him. Unfortunately, Miranda is determined to change his mind. Will Simon get his wish or will Miranda make him see he deserves a happily ever after?
From USA Today Bestselling Author Kelly McClymer comes a tale of two lovers who refuse to be parted...
Lady Emily Wertherly has been locked away ever since she tried and failed to elope with Valentine Fenster. Two failed engagements later, Emily, still in love with Valentine, finds herself promised to Lord Granbury.
Valentine has proof of a dark secret that Lord Granbury wants to keep hidden. He knows he’ll be shot if he shows up at the Wertherly estate, but his love for Emily won’t let him rest until he knows she’s safe.
Will these star-crossed lovers prevail or will they be sundered forever?
From USA Today Bestselling Author Kelly McClymer comes a tale of a quest complicated by secret love.
Despite being the sister of a duchess, Hero Fenster prefers academic discussion and a good book to parading from ball to ball in search of a husband. She should be happy with Gabriel Digby, but her heart yearns for her brother-in-law’s heir, Arthur Watterly.
Arthur doesn’t want to inherit. He prefers quiet scholarship to the public renown his Grandmother insists upon. Secretly pining for Hero, he doesn’t believe he is worthy of her love. He remains focused on his quest to uncover the lost manuscript of Le Mort D’Arthur so he can finally live up to his Grandmother’s expectations.
Can they admit their biggest secret: that they love each other even more than they love books?
Juliet Fenster yearns for someone to see beneath her flirtatious surface to the passionate and dedicated woman beneath. Her stylish hand-carved buttons may look like mere ornamentation, but they also serve a practical purpose for a local village artisan and his family.
R.J. Hopkins wants nothing more than to find a plain, practical bride in his hometown of Boston. However, his father insists that he accompany the family to London, where they hope to marry off his sister to an English lord and better the family standing in Boston society. While attempting to help a friend untangle himself from the notoriously flirtatious web of Juliet Fenster, R.J. discovers that his heart and his head don’t always work together.
Can a woman born and bred to be lady of the manor survive in a stiff and proper Boston household?
"This was, by far, the best book in the series so far. I loved it, and the ending was so sweetly perfect!" — Tammy
When his fiance informs him that she can’t go through with their marriage of convenience Rand Mallon, Earl of Dalby, agrees to marry her twin sister in her place. After all, what difference does it make to him, an unrepentant rake in need only of a legitimate heir?
Helena Fenster looks forward to the earl’s promise to allow her her freedom once he has his heir. She draws the line at giving in to his desire to make sure their attempts for an heir bring her pleasure. Neither one of them can afford to complicate their practical plan with the dangerous fall into true love.
Rosaline Fenster has always been the black sheep of her proper Victorian family. Ros prefers to chart her own path, even if she must dress as a man on occasion to do what must be done. Escaping her life as an English lady by emigrating to America, Ros has found adventure helping runaway slaves find freedom. But now her path west has set her on a collision course with Wagonmaster Rob Lewis. Rob doesn't want anything to disrupt his wagon train's journey west. Not escaped slaves. Not his own daughter. And especially not his late wife's cousin -- a woman who dares to do what she thinks right, and damn the consequences.
From USA Today Bestselling Author Kelly McClymer...a Christmas tale of love and redemption with a touch of the fey...
Christmas is a time for miracles, or so Kate Fenster, the youngest of the Fenster siblings, hopes when she heads to Ireland to confront her absentee bridegroom. The Earl of Blarney had called in her childhood promise to marry him. It had been a lighthearted bargain, she would marry him if he let her ride his prized stallion Diablo. Not quite trusting the silver-tongued Irish lord, Kate sets him to prove he is more interested in her heart than her dowry.
The courtship takes a dark turn when, just hours after their wedding, her bridegroom is called home to Ireland and refuses to return to her in England or allow her to come to him in Ireland. Kate, tired of waiting, must travel to another country to face her husband — and the fact that everything he had told her was only half-true. Now it is her turn to prove herself to him. To prove that she is the right wife for him. The one who will stand by his side while he rebuilds his lands, regains the trust of his people, and keeps his mad, fey sister safe.
Raised almost as a sister in a duke's household, Betsy Lawton has let the duchess' love of fairytale endings lead her to believe she has a chance at true love with a man far above her station.
Betsy Lawton, the governess' daughter, dares to give her heart to an earl. When he crushes it under his heel to marry according to his family's expectations, she turns her back on England and departs for America, where rank and station are no impediment to her dreams. Not that Betsy desires true love any longer. Instead she will be the mail order bride of a lighthouse keeper. It is the lighthouse she will love, she vows.
Matthew Thigpen had always regretted not fighting hard enough to marry the woman he loved, despite her lack of rank and family. But now he needs to find her. The woman he jilted is the only woman who will understand his predicament and keep his daughter safe.
Now a widow, Betsy must marry again to keep her job at her beloved lighthouse. Matthew offers her a devil's bargain that will allow her to keep her job at the lighthouse she loves and keep his daughter safe as well. But is his bargain worth the lighthouse, if he breaks her heart all over again?
Thanks to an obstinate member of the orphanage’s Board of Directors, the newly minted doctor finds herself packing off to the gloomy halls of a manor called Thornfield, just outside of a tiny New York hamlet.
Far from home and her lofty aspirations alike, Susannah finds new purpose in an unlikely place: the heart of her determined young patient, and the pale blue eyes of one Lord Stephen Camden.
Can she forge a new future from the ashes of her dreams and melt the ice protecting Stephen’s wounded heart?