The Sage After Rain
A Washington D.C. socialite would never walk away from the power and prestige of marrying a sitting U.S. Congressman—especially not to live in the high desert out west, would she? But when her choices are that or witness protection, she opts for peaceful and simple. After all, what could possibly happen to her in the desert, where the smell of the sagebrush after the desert rain is like a drug? And who knew she’d discover the most masculine and intriguing man she’d ever met out in the middle of nowhere?
Never in all the kingdom has there been a more brave and protective champion. Nor such a loyal and capable maiden. And they loved each other desperately. But is their love strong enough to withstand all their dark age holds—danger, feudalism, disease, and unfair oppression? Yes, they truly loved each other desperately but they loved their kingdom more.
Were they opposites? Or soul mates? Burned by an unfaithful husband she understandably has trust issues when she meets a hunky male model. They are far too opposite for even a casual relationship, so then what the heck is going on here?
The Most Important Catch
She knew too much, and she’d seen too much. When the police refused to help, Kelly Campbell ran for her life. In hiding, she falls for an NFL football star. His brand of fame proved to be all but deadly, but his fame wasn’t nearly as lethal as his attraction. He kept her safe and protected. All except for her heart.
The Outer Edge of Heaven
When her “all-powerful” parents choose a divorce lawyer named Elroy as her future husband, Charlie opts out and heads for Big Sky Country. After all, who marries a divorce lawyer? She and her best friend Fo, who have been buddies since the third grade, go to work on his cousin’s sprawling ranch in the heart of the Montana Rockies. Charlie has the time of her life, but her heart may never recover.
Journey of Honor
Disowned by her family, attacked and left pregnant by a vicious mob, Giselle still pressed on as she travels on to Zion. Disillusioned with the ugliness of slavery in the South, Trace Grayson leaves his medical career to go west. With a deep sense of honor and an equally strong sense of humor, together they learn to deal with everything except the one trial that neither of them can overcome.