I’d been planning for months to release the third book in my Princes of Danislova at the beginning of March. Then, I had the very great fortune to be a Kindle Scout Winner. My humorous, and very sexy, romance was released for pre-order this week and will go live next Tuesday. Talk about an embarrassment of riches.
I probably ought to stick to one subgenre instead of doing contemporary, historical, paranormal, and frankly erotic. But when I fall in love with a story, it makes my fingers itch until I start writing it. And when I fall in love with the hero, I’m a lost cause. Rick and Jason are both good guys, but they have mistaken ideas about how they ought to approach love. Luckily, they both fall for strong women who know what they want
Rick VonRamsberg is the family scamp—the Prince of Danislova from whom no one has ever expected much other than a smart remark and a decided talent with women. He’s met his match in Dixie Ann Beaumont. For some reason, the fiery Southern belle is willing to share his bed but reluctant about emotional intimacy. What’s up with that?
Dixie Ann Beaumont thinks the youngest prince of Danislova is as cute as a bug, but after a bad marriage, she’s shy about being burned again—especially because her overly-critical family won’t let her forget about her failure as a woman. Rick VonRamsberg is for fun only, as long as she can keep him at arm’s length.
Luckily, the physical connection between Rick and Dixie proves stronger than her fear of attachment, and he finally seems to be winning her heart as well as her body. When Dixie’s family shows up in Danislova, they’re unable to break the couple up. Unfortunately, Rick’s secret plans for their relationship may.
In this sensuous Regency romance, Jason, Lily, and Bess become engaged to the wrong people.
Captain Jason Northcross desperately desires his sister, Lily, to marry into noble society. To achieve a duchy for his sister, he needs a proper marriage for himself. His status guarantees an easily achieved betrothal, and he should have no trouble selecting one of the eligible young ladies during his party in the countryside. However, distracted from his goal, he has a hard time keeping his hands off his neighbor, Lady Rushford.
The late Earl of Rushford’s widow, Bess Webster, believes romance has passed her by. So why can’t she keep Captain Northcross out of her dreams? And how does he inflame passions she didn’t know she had? While she should be focused on penning novels and finding husbands for her friends, her thoughts center on broad shoulders and laughing green eyes.
Will these misaligned engagements be set straight before the final vows have been spoken?