Witch Dagon Rasmus returns from a business trip to find his ancestral Scottish castle in chaos. A clumsy new servant has nearly destroyed his home.
Sarina is a witch mysteriously lacking in powers, though her pale blue eyes impart a disarming wisdom in one so young—and an invitation that Dagon finds all too intriguing...
Though enchanted by Sarina's beauty, Dagon has set his sights on a witch of extraordinary skill and intelligence for a bride. But the mighty Dagon finds himself defenseless against the only magic that Sarina possesses: the power to set his soul on fire...
Rolfe is an English lord new to the Dakota Territory.
Lillian is an independent woman more interested in medicine than romance.
He thinks her a tomboy; she thinks he’s a dignified dandy not fit for the West. A scandal forces marriage between the unlikely pair. And they soon learn that neither could be more wrong about the other. Rolfe discovers that she’s more of a woman than he ever imagined possible and Lillian finds out that beneath Rolfe’s fancy exterior hides a hard, muscled body she can’t stop touching.
Fire, hunger and passion soon stir their souls and love sneaks in when they least expect it. But it’s when Lillian’s life is threatened that she finds out that her husband’s talents go far beyond the bedroom.
A fierce Pict warrior. A woman with too many secrets. A love that cannot be denied.
Wrath is the leader of the King’s personal guard, honor-bound to protect the King before all else. He is a man not known for his kindness or patience, so when Wrath is made responsible for a woman he discovers in a snowdrift, he does not know what to do with her.
Verity wakes besides the mighty Wrath shocked to see him. Though she knows him, she has never met him. How to explain that to him is the problem as are the secrets she must keep, for now.
With secrets swirling as heavily as the snow, it takes a perilous journey in search of Verity’s sister for the unlikely couple to reveal truths and discover that their hearts were lost to each other long before they met.