Book One: Elmetia
To Survive... her identity must be forgotten...
One fatal night the Kingdom of Elmetia falls. Shieldoks kill the Elmetian king, and capture Princess Teagen. Teagen poses as a slave girl and works in the Kingdom of Dyrah until she discovers her brother is alive. She finds a way to escape, and her path crosses with Ryce the Warrior.
Struggling with his past and angry against the tyrant Dyrahn king, Ryce helps the Princess in pursuit of her brother. But just as the connection between them intensifies, obstacles get in their way. The Dyrahn king now wants vengeance, and will stop at nothing to get it.
Book Two: Meigen
She must choose... between love and duty...
The Kingdom of Meigen is left vulnerable to neighbouring Dyrahns. To unite the kingdoms and bring peace, Princess Alena must enter into a royal marital alliance.
But when she meets the handsome physician, Sherwin, matters become complicated. Torn between obligations to her young son and country, she faces a difficult decision.
Will Alena obey the king's orders, or choose to follow her heart?
Book Three: Rivalyn
She must find the sword... and claim her crown...
Alys is of royal descent to the Rivalyn throne and has trained all her life for war. Her kingdom has been under threat for centuries, and it's time to take a stand. To defeat her adversaries, she must find the Sword of Rivalyn, for it is said to wield a power so great 'tis enough to diminish an army.
Niall is disillusioned and weary, but when he sees Lady Alys in trouble he helps her flee. To forget his past, he remains in Rivalyn. After all, there are others who vie for Alys's kingdom, and she may be in need of his protection.
A Beauwater Christmas
A Medieval Romance Novella
Lady Nola is a woman of good-standing, but one tragic mistake is set to change her life forever. Rather than wed a stranger to hide her transgressions, Nola wanders the streets in search of a Christmas miracle.
Sir Guy returns to his childhood home of Beauwater Castle, a place he is soon to inherit. He makes a promise to his dying brother that he will settle down and find a wife, but his family name has been dishonoured. Can he find someone who will love him despite his poor reputation?
A Field of Forget-me-nots
A Victorian Romance Novella
When the patron of the Foundling School took pity upon young orphan, Georgiana (Ana) Weston, Lady Dunston took Ana into her home at Longworth and raised her as one of her own. Years later, Ana still wonders what happened to her mother. Now Lady Dunston does not have long to live, and Ana is faced with an uncertain future.
Mr. Luke Renshaw still mourns the loss of his parents and would rather travel the world than live in the place that reminds him of so much pain and loss. But responsibilities await him, and when his only aunt becomes sick, he returns to Longworth. After all, it is where he will receive his inheritance.