COMING SOON! A 3 book series (digital) with Kensington Publishing/Lyrical Press in 2018
The Men of Wollstonecraft Hall:
RIORDAN (The Men of Wollstonecraft Hall #1) Kensington Publishing/Lyrical Press
GARRETT (The Men of Wollstonecraft Hall #2) Kensington Publishing/Lyrical Press
AIDAN (The Men of Wollstonecraft Hall #3) Kensington Publishing/Lyrical Press
Handsome, vibrant, and distantly related to an infamous family, the men of Wollstonecraft Hall share one tragic failing; women who become romantically entangled with them meet premature deaths. Society claims the men are cursed and only finding a true, passionate love will break the cycle of tragedy. Will they be doomed to live alone...or will the curse finally be broken?
A sensual historical series set in the mid-Victorian age, my series will center on a family of men consisting of:
Book One: Riordan Wollstonecraft, age 26 (father Julian Wollstonecraft, age 45, Viscount Tensbridge)
Book Two: Garrett Wollstonecraft age 32 (father Oliver Wollstonecraft, Earl of Carnstone, age 64. Garrett is the younger half-brother to Julian.
Book Three: Aidan Wollstonecraft, age 26, (oldest twin, father Julian Wollstonecraft, and heir to the earldom.)
It isn’t easy to trust your heart and learn to love again, and the Wollstonecraft men come to believe it is better not to feel anything at all in order to avoid further heartbreak. But these unique heroines are determined to prove the men wrong. Embracing love, regardless of the risks, is never a mistake.
THE COPPER AND THE MADAM (Blind Cupid #3)
Coming in 2017 a re-release
approx 37,000 words
Rea is owner of the brothel, The Blind Cupid, and harbors a desolate past of her own. As a result, she trusts no man. Yet it is hard to deny the ruggedly handsome Rory is everything honorable and appealing. He awakens feelings she never experienced before.
A grisly murder has Rory and Rea determined to bring the killer to justice. As danger lurks, secrets are revealed and passion ignites between them. Despite the obstacles, will the copper and the madam acknowledge their mutual yearning even at the peril of their lives?