Avon, May 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1589 London, the Ton praises Viscount Spencer Thornton for his work as a spy. His job helped the English defeat the Spanish Armada. At the same time, the aristocracy holds his younger twin Alexander in contempt for masquerading as Spencer even though that enabled his sibling to stay safely undercover. His so-called friends refuse to speak to him and Alex misses estate management a... No Ordinary Groom
Avon, Jan 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1844 Jane's dad informs that he secretly arranged for her to marry William Chadwick. Jane is upset because not only did he go behind her back, she does not want to wed anyone especially shallow William. Worse she wonders if her father sold her to keep a major customer satisfied as William buys commodities from her dad's estate.
Actually William hides five years of living dangerous by working... The Beauty and the Spy
Avon, Oct 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1844 at a party, undercover spy Nicholas Wright seeks a female traitor so he makes a deal with someone named Campbell. Overhearing the transaction is widow Charlotte Sinclair, daughter of a recently retired spymaster and Nicholas' former boss. Campbell wants Charlotte dead immediately, but Nicholas tells him this is not the place and he will take care of this intrusion.
Nicholas and his partn... The Duke in Disguise
Meriel is in sudden need of a job to help support her mother and sisters. As the daughter of a once well to do banker, who died leaving them ruined, a governess is the job she is most suited for. She is interviewed by the Duke of Thanet and hired. While she had been initially curious about the Duke she is now down right intrigues there is definitely something different about him. Even his son comments that he is around more than he normal, and more i...