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This book is a sequel to Cecily’s Secret, but can be read as a standalone.
Lily was whisked away from a life on the stage by her lover, but now he’s gone. Since his death Lily has been left without a protector. She’s willing to do almost anything to make sure her illegitimate daughters are not without dowries or prospects, but is she willing to give herself to the loathsome William Pruitt, a man who is not above blackmail to get what he wants?
George is the childhood friend of her dead love’s legitimate son, and now he’s all grown up. But George has a dark past of his own. While he loathes himself, how can he convince Lily to love him? As William Pruitt’s plans turn from blackmail to kidnap, George has little time left.
Blush sensuality level: This is a sensual romance (may have explicit love scenes, but not erotic in frequency or type). Book Length: Short Novel
While writing a detective novel, Ray gets stuck on a romantic scene. Stumbling over finding the right words, he turns to his best friend, Gwen, for help.
Gwen’s bemused by his request—then increasingly aroused as Ray shows her exactly how his hero means to woo his heroine. And soon the lines between make-believe and making love begin to blur.
Blush sensuality level: This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic). Book Length: Short-Short
Cecily has no desire for a husband. Instead, she plans to follow the example of her spinster aunt—refusing to marry, supporting herself with a modest inheritance and entertaining herself with a stream of lovers and a collection of naughty books. She’s already acquired a taste for sex through her secret stock of books, and she can’t wait to make her vivid fantasies come true.
Forced into attending a house party, Cecily decides to make the best of it—which means taking up with a fop her parents are certain to disapprove of. Perry is no mere fop, though. He’s attending the house party to investigate rumors of espionage…and is definitely not there to find himself a wife.
Cecily and Perry seem like an unlikely pair, but together they’ll learn much about spying, exhilarating passion and true love.
Reader Advisory: This is no sweet Regency. It’s sensual, sexy and filled with the heroine’s very improper fantasies. Don’t get your pantalets in a twist—unless you like that sort of thing…
Marina can't remember anything from the time before her father caught a thief and turned him into the Beast. All she's sure of is that she's the sorcerer's daughter, that the Beast is her friend, and that somewhere, hidden under the enchantment, is a man who seems to be searching for something deep inside her every time he looks at her. Not to mention the dreams that feel almost like memories and the woman in the dreams who seems so real that Marina feels like she's dreaming scenes from somebody else's life.
Duncan knows Marina is under an enchantment, even if it isn't as obvious as the one that left him looking like a monster. And he's certain that underneath Marina's enchantment she's the woman he was willing to risk his life to save from the sorcerer. He knows breaking their enchantments is going to be easy compared to picking up where they left off before they wandered so foolishly into the sorcerer's fortress. Convincing the woman of his dreams that she's so much more than just a passing fancy turns out the be the hardest thing of all.