Works In Progress

Here are the projects that I am currently working on or have completed and are out to agents or editors.

The Widow’s Club–Series of five novels set in Regency London about five women widowed by Waterloo who find their various ways to love after loss.

To Woo A Wicked Widow–Regency Romance set in London and Kent.  Book 1 of The Widow’s Club.

Lady Charlotte Cavendish, fresh from a year of mourning her impotent husband, now desires nothing more than to lose her virginity to a rakehell of the first order. She and her friends–all widowed by Waterloo–plan a wanton weekend of sin at Charlotte’s country estate.  When her plan goes awry, Charlotte ends up in the arms of her neighbor, Nash St. Claire, the Earl of Wrotham, who is delightfully taken by her, but who vows he won’t bed her unless he weds her.

But Charlotte stubbornly pursues her rake, unwilling to lose her freedom and settle for marriage with the earl.  Can she complete her tryst with the rake or will Nash convince her that he can be as wicked as she wants?

Status:  Partial out to agent

As Long As You’re Mine–Historical Romance set in London and Richmond, Virginia during the late Victorian period

When Lady Samantha Easterling’s scheme to marry the man she wants goes terribly awry, she finds herself instead compromised by Rafael Beauregard, an American architect whose quick wit and stubborn nature rival her own.  Forced into marriage with the brash American, she swiftly concocts a new scheme to regain her freedom–convince Rafael that she has been unfaithful so he will divorce her. Rafael, however, is determined to make the marriage work, and sets out to seduce Samantha, using every sensual delight in his repertoire.  As the tide turns and Samantha begins to fall in love with her husband, past sins rear their head, threatening to destroy not only her marriage, but the new family she has come to love.

Status: Completed; currently out to agents and an editor

Time Enough To Love–Historical Romance set in Medieval England and France

Book 1:  Betrothal:  Lady Alyse de Courcey must come to terms with her betrothal to Sir Geoffrey Longford, who is not the man she wants to marry. (Now Published ~ See Published Works)

Book 2:  Betrayal:  A treacherous betrayal leaves Lady Alyse with no option but to marry the best friend of the man she loves.

Book 3:  Beleaguered:  Sailing into the cataclysmic disaster of the Black Death, Alyse, Geoffrey and Thomas must act to save themselves from the burgeoning pestilence.  Can love find a way to survive?

Status:  Completed; working on edits for Betrayal and Beleaguered.

Only Marriage Will Do–Historical Romance set in Georgian London; second in House of Pleasure series

When the hero of her dreams rescues Lady Juliet Ferrers from the man claiming to be her husband, she is sure she has found her one true love.  But is she free to marry him?  Not to be deterred, Juliet arranges for her hero, Captain Amiable Dawson, to escort her to her family estate, hoping that along the way she can win his love.  Amiable is charmed by the sweet, beautiful woman he rescued, and though he has grave reservations about her marital status, he allows himself to be swept up into Juliet’s romantic spell and  the promise of a happy-ever-after.  The spell breaks when legal questions arise and Juliet faces the horror of not knowing to whom she is truly married.

Status:  Completed; out to editor.

2 Responses to Works In Progress

  1. maz565 says:

    I can’t wait to read all the books u have mentioned here and will u be using Jimmy Thomas covers. I am not acting bold but just asking cause his covers sells

  2. Cindy says:

    I can’t wait to be able to read “As long as your mine”. It looks wonderful!!!

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