This is the love story of Wolf, a powerful laird, and Amanda, the king’s goddaughter. They are to marry, as ordered by the king, to ensure peace between the Crown and some of the strongest clans in Ireland.
Amanda is a gifted healer. Wolf has his hands full with his little determined wife. She constantly disobeys his order not to go out without her guards. She constantly puts herself in danger to save others, and that he will not tolerate. He has fallen deeply in love with his wife and knows others would use her to hurt the king or himself. Someone is also ambushing and killing his men. Who will be next?
This is a romance about a feisty independent woman and the warrior who loves her.
When Colleen, one of the healers in Wolf’s keep, is threatened, she tries to convey her fears to the lairds. Assuming that the threat is coming from someone in his clan, Rolland sends his trusted elite guard, Michael, to protect her.
No one will believe that Michael doesn’t have Colleen’s best interests at heart until he savagely beats her in public and attempts to have her burned at the stake, labeling her a witch.
Rolland, luckily, arrives in time to save her. Returning with her to his own keep to heal, the two finally admit their long-time love for each other and make plans to begin a life together, even though there are times when Rolland must take her in hand for her own safety.
However, they soon realize that neither Colleen or her elderly mother are safe. Someone still wants her dead. But who is it? Surely it cannot be another of Rolland’s trusted men, can it?
Publisher’s Note: A follow up to Amanda’s Wolf, Colleen’s Laird is a love story full of explicit scenes and stern punishments. Please do not purchase if this type of romance offends you.
In 1700s Ireland, the clans are fighting for peace. Healers are being trained, and the doctor who hurt Hope one year earlier has returned to fight for her hand. First, he must prove himself worthy to her uncle and guardian, as well to the little healer herself.
Hope is a special young woman with a gift. In her family, when one receives the gift, they lose one of their other senses. For her, it was her hearing. But Hope is special in another way, as well…
Having grown up with a mother who was a ‘little’, Acelin is well-versed in the needs of such a woman. Having recognized that Hope, at times, needs to be little and cared for, he jumps at the chance to let her know he is the man who can provide her with what she needs the most.
Publisher’s Note: This book contains power exchange and sensual scenes. If either of these offend you, please do not purchase.
Samuel Fox is shocked to find two small girls alone on the trail. After discovering that the wagon train abandoned them and their parents had died in their wagon, he takes them home to his childless wife.
Together, they decide to adopt and raise the two girls, Spring and Autumn, along with Brenden, the boy they took in several years previously.
Brenden knew on the day he saved Spring’s life when she was seven years old that she would someday be his. He proved his love for her by waiting until she was old enough to become his bride.
Spring, however, has grown up to be a handful. Is Brenden up to the task of keeping her in line?
Publisher’s Note: This historical Western romance contains graphic scenes as well as stern discipline. If such material is offensive to you, please refrain from reading it.
Summer, adopted by Samuel and his wife as a child, grew up with Hawk and Little Bird for a part of each year. She had the best of both worlds, Indian and white, and learned about the different customs and cultures.
She grew up and fell in love, as most little girls do. Her love was the town sheriff, Mark, who his hands full with the headstrong Miss Fox, a.k.a. Summer. He is older than she is, and both sets of parents have their worries about that, but more concerning is the fact that there are people from her past who wish to do her harm. Can Mark protect his love and prove to her family that he is worthy of their cherished daughter, all while keeping the headstrong girl in line?
Autumn has a mischievous way about her which often lands her in hot water with her husband, the doctor.
They long for a child, but when all seems perfect in their world, tragedy strikes, leaving her loved ones to wonder if she or her unborn child will survive.
Will their love overcome a smallpox epidemic, the illness of her beloved mother-in-law, and Autumn’s own tragic, freak accident?
Publisher’s Note: This addition to the Daughters of Samuel Fox series contains mild love scenes and power exchange between a husband and a wife.
Children grow up. Feelings change. Or do they?
Samuel Fox’s granddaughter, Wynter, has loved Storm ever since she was a little girl. Their mothers are adopted sisters, and they have always been close. He has always protected her.
Will Storm be able to protect her now that they are older and life has become more complicated? Will he finally let Wynter know he loves her before it is too late?
Danger is all around them, and Wynter’s Storm is in the middle of it all, along with his pals, Lou and Gabe. Will the women in their lives trust them enough to listen when they warn them of the trouble lurking?
Publisher’s Note: This steamy historical romance contains elements of power exchange.
“Let her go and we’ll give you a head start. If you hurt her you are a dead man,” Gabe growled. The man continued dragging Willow out the back door and towards a horse.
Willow was seeing stars, gasping for breath and dragging her feet trying to slow the man down. Finally, outside the man stopped, pulling his gun up and next to Willow’s head.
He smiled an evil smile as he looked at Lou, “well, well the big and bad Lou. I want to see you beg for your wife’s life. Get on your knees and beg.”
Lou threw down his gun, opening his arms wide, exposing his chest. His arms straight out to his sides. He knew if the man shot at him Gabe would get him and Willow would be safe. He would sacrifice his life for Willows. In a heartbeat and without a seconds hesitation.
“Why would I care about her? You have me mistaken for someone else.” He kept walking towards the man and Willow. One slow step at a time. “Go ahead and shoot me if you think you can but she means nothing to me.” He took another step. The man pointed his gun to Lou as Willow screamed, “No Lou, no!” with what was left of her breath. She struggled mightily but the man had her tight. She heard the hammer cock, felt the darkness creeping up to claim her and the intense sadness. If Lou died she did not want to live either. Tears fell onto the mans hands as darkness began to take her. Just then she heard the sweetest words in her entire life.