Conor has lived a hundred lives…but loved only once. Born to a powerful Irish priestess, Conor knows he is no ordinary warrior. Some whisper he’s not human at all. He seeks out Brigid of Morna, a reclusive, woodland seer, the only woman who can unveil the truth of his everlasting strength. But Brigid refuses to help him—or to yield her hungry heart. For she knows that a man cursed to live a thousand lives must never fall in love…
1904. Twelve-year-old Luci Quick never forgot the boy who saved her life that fateful Christmas Eve. But when he disappeared without a word after bringing her food, she was forced to focus on raising her baby sister when her mother suddenly died. Now six years later and struggling to make ends meet with an alcoholic and gambling-addicted father, the poverty-stricken woman can’t believe her hero has returned… and he’s all grown up.
Penelope Hammond finds herself a widow at the age of twenty-three, having been married five years to a man she barely knew. Her husband, David Hammond, Lord Hampstead, was a member of the House of Lords who rarely said more than a few words to her in a week’s time–and often did not come home at night. But Lord Hampstead was from a wealthy, powerful London family with no enemies, so why was he murdered?
All Greta Baines had in the world was her dear mother and father… until the raids began. One fateful day, the sounds of riders approaching make everyone flee except for Greta, who hurries in the opposite direction! Standing on his two feet, Finn Crawford could scare a seasoned warrior, but on top of his horse, the Highlander is a true nightmare. While his men are plundering, Finn focuses on the only woman who tries to save the children. Maybe because she reminds him of a woman from his dark past…
Freedom or duty? Which would you choose? Four Scots orphans flee their home of Castle Fionnaghall to escape the wicked schemes of their mad uncle…. The eldest sister, Godet Ross, believes their best chance of survival lies in her childhood betrothal to the neighbouring Laird’s son — Gordon MacDonnell. A sudden spark ignites when their eyes meet!
Even though Emma Wallace has lived all her life in the Highlands, the other lasses her age have never warmed up to her, and neither has any other person in the village. Thus, when one of the men in the clan approaches her and asks to be her betrothed, Emma considers marrying him to finally stop feeling unaccepted and alone.
Elizabeth Boleyn has been ordered to yield to a lecherous king what she most prizes–her innocence. Now, at the tournament of two kings, her beauty has attracted not only the eyes of Henry Tudor, but those of the handsome Scottish warrior, Ambrose Macpherson, whose bold offer to bed her might be her only salvation…
When Connor MacKenzie rides into Pictland on a mission for his king, he never expects to be captivated by a beautiful Pictish widow. Drawn under her spell, yet unaware of her identity, he risks everything for one passionate night in her arms.
He’s entirely the wrong sort of man. That’s what makes him so utterly right. After a horrific marriage, widow Everleigh Chatterton is cynical and leery of men. She rarely ventures into society, and when she must, she barely speaks to them. As a favor to a friend, she reluctantly agrees to attend a Christmas house-party. Unfortunately, Griffin, Duke of Sheffield is also in attendance. Even though Everleigh has previously snubbed him, she can’t deny her attraction to the confident, darkly handsome duke.
Fiona is tired of the London society, where status and looks are the most important traits a man is looking for in a woman. Wanting a chance at a new life, away from the pitying stares and loneliness of her life in England, she answers an ad as a mail-order bride in America. Brooks is a gambling man, who wants revenge against his father’s killer. His plans are complicated when Fiona lands in his lap after a winning hand.