April 2016

My Favorite Rogue

Part of the Lonely Lords series

Eight New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors bring you an exclusive collection of historical romance featuring dukes, rakes, rogues, and more!

The Governess Affair by Courtney Milan Ambitious, driven Hugo Marshall has never met a problem he can’t fix. Then again, he’s never met Serena Barton — and she just may be his match.

Tempting Juliana by Lauren Royal London, 1816: Lady Juliana Chase loves playing matchmaker — and she’s good at it. So why is everyone ignoring her good intentions and shaking up her sensible plans?

Worth: Lord of Reckoning by Grace Consummate rake and man of business Worth Kettering repairs to his country estate to sort out complicated family matters, only to find his lovely housekeeper, Jacaranda Wyeth, takes on the challenge of sorting out him — and she means business!

Forever Betrothed, Never the Bride by Christi Caldwell Hopeless romantic Lady Emmaline Fitzhugh is tired of sitting with the wallflowers, waiting for her betrothed to come to his senses and marry her. She decides to take matters into her own hands!

Forbidden (The Wicked Woodleys) by Jess Michaels Just one kiss will lead to a forbidden affair, just one lie could destroy it all.

The Captain’s Bluestocking Mistress by Erica Ridley Spinster Jane Downing wants off the shelf and into the arms of a hot-blooded man — Specifically, the dark and dangerous Captain Grey. How hard can it be for a bluestocking to learn the language of love?

Romancing Lady Stone by Delilah Marvelle When Lady Cecilia Evangeline Stone finds herself robbed and stranded on the back roads of Russia, she has to depend on a reformed criminal to find her way home. Can she survive his unexpected charm? Or will her heart be robbed, as well?

Once Upon A Duke by Eva Devon Lady Kathryn Darrel is fed up with being a perfectly behaved widow. She’s desperate to be seduced and the notorious Duke of Darkwell just might be the one to oblige. In this game of seduction, where both have vowed never to give their heart again, can love win the day?

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Summer 2016


Book 4 in the Jaded Gentlemen series

Sir John Dewey Fanning (Jack to his familiars) is magistrate of a corner of Oxfordshire plagued by one incident of petty mischief after another. To add to his aggravation, his mama and younger brother are joining his household for the winter, and Jack’s domestic staff can’t seem to sort itself out.

He turns to Miss Madeline Hennessey to act as his mother’s temporary companion, despite the fact that Jack has long harbored feelings for the ever-competent and self-reliant Miss Hennessey. Madeline reluctantly accepts the position, and proximity leads to investigations of an amorous nature. Can Jack stop the crime spree and steal Madeline’s heart, too?

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December 2016

The Trouble with Dukes

Part of the Windham Brides series

Hamish MacHugh knows quite well that the dukedom unexpectedly thrust upon him bodes nothing but trouble for a man who’d rather be tramping through the heather of his Highland home. Retiring spinster Megan Windham can teach him how to waltz and make small talk, but can Hamish teach his Meggie to listen to the whisperings of her heart rather than the gossip that follows him everywhere?

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Also coming in 2016...

The Duke’s Obsession on Audiobooks!

I’m very pleased to announce that The Heir, The Soldier, and The Virtuoso will all become available on audio over the next few months. James Langton, who narrated the MacGregor series, Darius—Lord of Pleasure, and the Windham novellas, will also bring his talents to these, my first best-selling titles. Release dates are as follows: The Heir, May 31; The Soldier, June 28; The Virtuoso, July 26.

You can wish list this trilogy from Tantor Media, or pre-order from Amazon on MP3 or audio CD (links here: The Heir, The Soldier, The Virtuoso).

Who’s Been Naughty and Wonderful?

I’ve tentatively titled my Christmas novella Patience for Christmas, it’s complete-in-draft at about 32,000 words, and should be released on or around November 1. I might bundle this story with a novella by another author, or I might get inspired over the summer, and write a companion story to go with it. The heroine is Patience Friendly, a spinster who supports herself writing an advice column, and the hero is her publisher, Dougal MacHugh. There’s mistletoe, and crumpets, and some kissing… well, a lot of kissing. Watch this page for details, and read a sneak peek!

The Windham Brides Series!

Elizabeth, Charlotte, Megan, and Anwen Windham have been spinsters long enough, in the opinion of their aunt, the Duchess of Moreland. Despite her grace’s plans (and—ahem—his grace’s schemes) the four young ladies refuse to marry for anything less than passionate, true love. Alas for matchmaking relations, that commodity is scarcer than handsome, wealthy, single young dukes!

Grace is also drafting a novel that plucks a modern day Scottish earl from the Highland Holidays world (does the name Brodie sound familiar?), and drops him amid the bucolic splendor of Damson Valley, of Kiss and Tell fame. There's a lady farmer, some misunderstandings, a wee dram or two, some kisses, a few more misunderstandings... details to follow just as soon as the characters come up for air!

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