JUSTICE WILL BE DONE!
Some girls languish under the weight of a broken heart, but not Amelia Stone. After a youthful encounter with the villain known as le Monstre aux Yeux Verts,Amelia is left with regrets—and a stalwart determination to right the wrongs of the world.
Years later, when world-renowned performer Josephine Baker becomes the target of a nefarious plot,... [click here for more]
Paige Holbrook needs help to bring her son out of a coma. In desperation, she turns to Bidwell Bear, young Jamie's TV idol.
From the first meeting between Paige and Hunter Blackwell, the man inside the Bidwell costume, each experiences an attraction neither can ignore. But Hunter is about to realize his life-long dream--to be a singing star.
Glitz and glamour aren't Paige's thing, not after what... [click here for more]
Celebrate the magic of the holiday season with a little Regency romance!
Originally published in separate anthologies, and out-of-print for many years, these Christmas-themed novellas by legendary Regency romance author Barbara Metzger are in one volume for the first time ever!
This collection includes the following stories:
Greetings of the Season The Proof Is in the Pudding Three Good Deeds... [click here for more]
A perfect summer romance!
Louisa is left at the altar on her wedding day with no job, no home and an awful honeymoon on her own. Back home, she takes up living in her family’s dilapidated summer cottage in the Hamptons with a rescued dog and a bad sunburn, awful neighbors and a handyman who is anything but helpful.
The last thing Dante Rivera needs is another woman (he’s already burdened... [click here for more]
Meredith agreed to marry Quinn McAllister if he would promise that theirs would be a childless marriage. They were made for each other, having come from similar unstable backgrounds and pulled themselves up by their own ambition and determination.
Five days after their wedding, Quinn learns that his best friend, his "brother" from Boys Town, is dead, leaving his three young children orphaned. Years... [click here for more]
Time travel is impossible. It calls into question everything that governess Avice Palsham knows about the natural world and believes about the mystical universe.
Nevertheless, when she and her young orphaned charge, Jacob Milden, experience a profound change in their circumstances in the Red Tower of Kenning Old Manor, time travel is the only explanation. They were somehow undeniably transported... [click here for more]