Darcy looked at Graham for the first time in months, and realized that her memory had not done him justice. He was gold and bronze, perfect like a statue. His eyes were ice blue. They were eyes that could pierce a man's resolve, and probably had many times. But not now. Now they assessed her, ice fading to liquid sky...
Lady Darcy MacIntosh is in deep. Her father is obsessed with the demons of his past. Her clan, manipulated, is willing to follow him anywhere. To make matters worse, she is dragging Graham, the one man who cares enough to lose everything, down with her.
Graham Davidson makes it a point to avoid upper class women, but every time he sees Lady Darcy, his imagination plays out all sorts of possible, and even impossible, scenarios. None of them have come to pass, at least not yet, but they've left him with a feeling of possession over her, as if they actually have.
Aye, Graham knew all about her father's strange behavior. He had witnessed it firsthand. To save Darcy meant taking the law in his own hands. But if that was what it took, then so be it...
Scotland, 1599 . . . He abandoned her. She had failed to be enough for him. The empty space he left behind hollowed out her heart, and she wondered what to do with the rest of her life.
When Ronan leaves the clan to seek his fortune, Triona MacAlastair fears she will never see him again. Four years later, a threat against her life forces her to depend on a mysterious, cloaked rogue known as Blackhawk.
She knows he is capable of protecting her, but what is he hiding? Why does he refuse to show his face?
After her parents are murdered, English noblewoman, Rhiannon Hanover, becomes a spoil of war. She vows that she will trust no man. Until William MacAlastair challenges her captor for her life, and Rhiannon for her love . . .
William never could resist a damsel in distress, but Rhiannon is no ordinary woman, and when he comes to her rescue, he finds himself breaking alliances, facing an old enemy, and stealing her for his own.
Kingdoms throughout history have been won or lost upon a lady’s virtue. Men kill to have it. Men die for stealing it.
Zipporah wished someone had warned her ahead of time…
With her father ill, and the powerful Sir Gilburn now holding a claim on her family’s land through Prince John, Lady Zipporah’s fate hangs in the balance. Sir Peter, the knight she lost her greatest asset to three years ago, is the last person she should be relying on. If anyone knew the truth about their past, she could lose everything. Including Peter.
Peter has seen her several times since returning from his tour in the Holy Land. Zipporah does her best to avoid him. He doesn’t blame her. They have a past as long as the sea voyage he took from Antioch and back again. But Sir Gilburn has proven himself a dangerous rival, and Peter has to stop him—whether Zipporah will admit to needing him or not.
Gilburn is sniffing around Zipporah like a hungry wolf.
And Peter will do anything to save her…
A Worthy Opponent
She should be cursed for what she had done. Such unladylike amour for one’s sword master must be a sin of the flesh. Especially when one was engaged to another man...
Lady Alana’s family is in debt, and her brother’s fate hangs in the balance. Alana agrees to marry the Duke of Besville. In exchange for her freedom, all debts will be paid.
When Lord John of Ravenmore agrees to train Alana in the art of the sword, he has no idea what he is getting into. She is betrothed to one of the most powerful men in England. But that will not stop his heart. To him, she is worth more than gold, and he will keep her.
No matter the cost…