A story of love and betrayal, the count Manfred seeks to marry his brother’s widow Isabella who shows little interest in the new king. Manfred tries to persuade her to come out of the church she has taken refuge in when a mysterious army with strange interest in the marriage issue invades Manfred’s realm. Who are these strange knights, and who is this Theodore that seeks to protect Isabella... [click here for more]
Momentoyia Aedelion grew up in a quiet village with a small family and no reason to believe in anything extraordinary, let alone magic. But after a fire rips through her home and leaves her orphaned, she's left feeling responsible.
When she realises that she must start fresh with no one by her side except a fox and a strangely familiar boy, she finds that almost everything she knew was a lie.... [click here for more]
Ida Page has seen the worst the west has to offer. Snubbed by the citizens of Big Rock, Colorado, ever since the town cleaned up its act and became civilized, she has tried to change with the times. No other line of work available, she became a laundress after the mayor shut down the brothel, but the good people will not allow her to forget her past as a shady lady. She has given up on ever being accepted,... [click here for more]
Race prejudice in the old South threatens to keep them apart, but sometimes love is black and white. Unjustly accused of stealing, nanny April Windmire is turned out on the streets without pay or a reference. With no place to go and no friends, she stows away on the Mississippi steamer, the Queen Bee. Her hopes to remain undetected until they dock in St. Louis are dashed when a handsome officer discovers... [click here for more]
First published in 1958 and then turned into a film of the same name in 1959 featuring Troy Donahue, Sandra Dee, Dorothy McGuire and Richard Egan, this classic romance is available for the first time in ebook format. Ken and Sylvia met twice at the Summer Place. The first summer they were in their teens. Their intimacy was without love. They'd met too early. The second summer they shouldn't have... [click here for more]