Come What May
Bantam, Sep 2002, 6.50, 464 pp.
In 1774 Williamsburg, Virginia, attorney Edmund Cantrell handles a special deal between local businessman Devon Rivard and absentee English aristocrat George Seaton-Smythe. Apparently, Edmund's brother borrowed a large sum of money from Seaton-Smythe's American agents to pay off a gambling debt last year in Philadelphia. Since Wyndom failed to remit the cash, the London-based George offers his ol... Jackson's Way
Bantam, Oct 2001, 5.99, 391 pp.
In 1838 in the Republic of Texas, Billy Weathers dies from natural causes. Jackson Stennett inherits most of the estate because Billy felt that his friend would clean up the mess he left behind in New York when he followed Austin into Texas. For no one else but Billy would Jackson travel east, but the man was like a father to him.
When he reaches the big city, Jackson learns that mess ... Perfect Desire
St. Martin's, Jan 2005, 6.99, 346 pp.
In London Acadian Louisiana resident Isabella Dandoneau visits Lord Barrett Stanbridge to offer him a deal he cannot refuse. Barrett stands accused of killing Isabella's cousin Mignon Richard, who he had a brief but intimate relationship with until she was murdered; Isabella believes he is innocent and will help prove him it if he assists her in exploring his home where she believes a map to... The Perfect Seduction
St. Martin's, Dec 2003, 6.99, 416 pp.
In Belize City, a colony overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, artist Seraphina Treadwell watches three preadolescent sisters Amanda, Beatrice, and Camille. The parents of the young girls and her husband journey into the nearby jungle in search of the ruins of ancient civilizations. Six months pass without a word from the three travelers when word arrives that the missing father's brother has bec...