Dell, Jan 2001, 6.50, 371 pp.
In 1183 Ceinn-beithe, Jacqueline decides to take the vows of a nun, disappointing her mother who does not feel the calling is right for her beautiful daughter. Along the so-called safe road, four men, none soldiers, accompany Jacqueline. However, neither her nor her parents reckoned with Angus wanting vengeance on her father for betraying his family. Angus abducts Jacqueline as a pawn in the l... The Beauty Bride
Warner, Jan 2005, 6.00, 400 pp.
In 1421 Scotland, Laird Alexander Lammergeier was not ready to take over Kinfairlie, but his parents recently died tragically. Adding to his woes is that he feels he must find spouses for his sisters, but has no money to fund them, let alone feed them. The oldest human female, Madeline, refuses to wed anyone since her betrothed died during the assault on Rougement.
Heeding the advice of his Au... The Rogue
Warner, Oct 2002, 6.99, 384 pp.
In 1371, Merlyn Lammergeir goes to see his estranged wife Ysabella, but she rejects him as she has done for the past five years since she learned he peddled religious relics. Ysabella works extremely hard as an ale maker to provide food and shelter for her sister and brother. The next day she finds out that her spouse died and she inherited his estate Ravensmuir. She moves into the hold.
That... The Scoundrel
Warner, Aug 2003, 6.99, 374 pp.
In 1371 Gawain Lammergeier offers for sale what his father stole years ago from its locale in Inverfyre, Scotland, the Titulus Croce. Lady Elspeth, near death, informs her daughter Evangeline that her father died over the theft and that the legendary icon will affirm her unborn grandson's rightful place and bring prosperity to the area. Evangeline vows to make it right.
Evangeline catches up ...
Dell, Dec 2001, 6.50, 376 pp.
In 1194, Bayard returns home from the Crusades, but worries over a pending attack on his family holdings. His family scoffs at his warning, thinking he suffers from paranoia from post Crusader battle syndrome. To keep his Montvieux safe, Bayard knows he must act alone. He decides a marriage of convenience will provide the alliance needed so he accepts an invitation to participate in a contest ... The Warrior
Warner, Mar 2004, 6.99, 352 pp.
In 1390 Michael Lammergeier returns to Inverfyre, Scotland to fulfill what he believes is his destiny as the Laird, but an ancient crone stops him insisting he is the descendent of Magnus Armstrong, but he is also Magnus Armstrong. She kisses Michael, opening his mind to their past love seven generations back. However, a member of his party kills the crone. Just before she dies she tells him tha...