Bio: Before she learned to print, Marjorie would create her own "books" by cutting notebook paper into quarters and stapling the binding. Then she'd fill the pages with scribble and read the stories to her family.
She wrote her first full manuscript at the age of twelve and her first romance at nineteen. While this sweeping epic of the old South will probably never see the light of day, she
has since turned her attentions to a wider range of genres. Her works encompass contemporary, historical and all things paranormal.
Sir William Barnett is a man with no regrets. Or so he would have everyone believe. Orphaned and abandoned as a child, he finds his wit and his prowess with the ladies a convenient cover for his pain. Until he is asked to serve as guardian for Lady Prudence Marlow, a young hellcat whose sharp tongue and insistent charm tempt him to risk his heart. Lady Prudence has only one desire. To cause enough problems for the people around her that no man will ever agree to marry her. When King Henry seemin... more info>>