The English Channel April 1815 Sarah shoved her elbow into him, pushing him farther against the wall. So Alec shoved back, sending his wife off the bunk and onto the grimy, disgusting floor of their prison on the ship bound for France. Alec closed his eyes and prayed to every god he knew for patience….
I’m a guest on author Gem Sivad’s blog today talking about Inevitably a Duchess. Stop by and say hi! Click here to read my guest post.
by Jessie Clever Coming August 27, 2013 Kidnapped by the French and imprisoned on a ship in the English Channel in the middle of a war, spies Alec and Sarah, the Earl and Countess of Stryden have but a single complaint: having to share a prison cell. Four years of marriage have brought them no…
To Save a Viscount Coming August 27, 2014 When an assassin threatens England’s spy network, Lady Margaret Folton must find the killer before it’s too late. But when Commodore John Lynwood is accidentally granted a title meant to be used as bait to lure the assassin into the War Office’s trap, Margaret must face the…
I have the amazing honor of teaming with the remarkable author Angela Hayes on a great project this November: the Thankful Author. This month, Angela’s blog will feature authors across genres talking about why they are thankful. Today’s my turn, so stop on by the blog to find out why I’m thankful.
I have the amazing honor of being a guest on the great Andrea Cooper’s author blog today. Come find out why Indiana Jones inspired me to write and how it is that I came to be writing romances!