On her father's deathbed beautiful, titian haired Flanna MacGowan is named as the unlikely laird of Clan MacGowan. Desperate to protect her people against the fierce Forbes warriors and desperate to avenge past grievances, Flanna engages in trickery and ends up holding one of the Forbes' warriors as her captive. Unbeknownst to Flanna, the handsome blue eye captive is in actuality Roderic Forbes, otherwise known as Roderic the Rogue. Although Flanna is... Seducing a Princess
Avon, Jan 2005, 5.99, 384 pp.
Two years have passed since the highwaymen stopped the carriage bearing his wife and son yet William Enton still spends his time imbibing in drink to forget his loss and alleviate his feelings of guilt for not accompanying them. When highwaymen attacked their carriage, his wife, told the driver to stride away from them, but the coach took a turn too fast and toppled. A lantern burned the carriage a... The MacGowan Betrothal
Avon, Nov 2001, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1535 Scotland, every lass desires Gilmour MacGowan except apparently, Isobel Frasier, twin sister of his brother's wife. Though he can have just about everyone, Gilmour wants the one he cannot have as he admires Isobel's independence and fire. She rejects his advances though secretly inside her heart and soul she covets Gilmour, but believes that she must forgo love and relationships because... The Princess and Her Pirate
Avon, Jul 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1817 Princess Tatiana Rocheneau will do anything for the good of her people so she sets forth from Sedonia in disguise to meet Cairn MacTavish, pirate captain of Teleere in order to obtain his services to protect her beloved island kingdom. To insure her safety, a look alike is left behind sitting on the throne.
However, nothing goes right from the start, as she hates traveling by sea. Lookin...
The Princess Masquerade
Avon, Mar 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1817 on the Isle of Teleere, Viscount Nicholas Argyle notices a young woman whom looks exactly like Princess Tatiana “Anna” Rochenau ruler of his home country Sedonia. Before he can talk to her, she hits him with a bottle, steals his watch, and disappears.
Six months later, Nicol searches for the woman who stole his watch when he finds “Sparrow” working at a bar. He asks her for his watch, bu... The Warrior Bride
Avon, Nov 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1535 during a battle between Scottish clans, the mysterious warrior Hunter saves the life of an unconscious Lachlan “Rouge Fox” MacGowan. Lachlan's brothers tease him as how tenderly Hunter carried him from the battlefield to the safety of Evermyst as if they were lovers. Even though he resents owing anyone anything, Lachlan, vowing to pay his debt, wants to thank the warrior who probably saved ...