Jessica is as resistant as her horse, but it isn't the leg-yield she's resisting. Who knew a would-be Gene Autry on a bay stallion would be jogging around her warm-up arena? This cowboy is something of a stallion himself, and there is something about those fine masculine lines that are bound to attract a woman's attention. On the other hand, she'd better make the most of the few minutes she has to prepare for her dressage exhibit. Is there a place for love anywhere near a horse show ring? Dressa... more info>>
A World War II 'Homefront' Adventure Lillian wants nothing more than to join the war effort, especially since her childhood sweetheart is headed to war -- and promising to write -- to her gorgeous adversary, Celia. Her accidental introduction to injured pilot Callahan sets her on an unexpected path. She joins the Civil Patrol, but suspects the war will hardly be coming to Maine's quiet shores. Or, will it? Excerpt: They were far from the sight or sound of people. She could hardly outpace him ... more info>>
When teenager Robyn looks up from snorkeling, she thinks she can see dolphins leaping in the distance. It is a beautiful place, a little beach just off beautiful Captiva Island, Florida. There are shells and wildlife. A swim across this natural, untamed beach is her one goal, the one plan she held on to through her whole, week-long vacation. It will be a wonderful, never-to-be forgotten experience, she is sure. And, Robyn's younger sister Rue is, like always, spoiling everything. In a perfect pi... more info>>
Who will be taming who? Or will there be meeting of the spirits? It is the bright and modern world of 1953; Miss Sybil is determined to prove herself as capable as any man. She has crossed two continents on a quest to find the perfect horses to become the foundation stock for her stables. In a small bazaar in a West African city, she believes the mare she has found is a perfect example of the Arabian Horse breed. Sybil's dreams seem within her grasp, even as she realizes that she has found not o... more info>>
The Painter's Eye for an Eye continues the tale of the (self-acknowledged) splendid, fashionable, and oh-so talented Sarah Woods and her infamous deadline for attaining marriage. Set in the quaint coastal town of Berwick, Maine in 1919, Sarah struggles with dated Victorian ideals and equally old-fashioned towns-folk. They may mean well, but oh, the ridiculous levels of incompetence she must suffer! From lemonade to lobsters, some days do not go Sarah's way. She begins to fear the worst?
Berwick, Maine, 1921: Delightful Miss Sarah Woods, resident sophisticate (as she would most assuredly describe herself), graciously agrees to take on matchmaking duty for her young neighbor. Naturally, she must train young Lilly in aspects of culture and an appreciation of the finer things first. Then there is that careful balance to consider: the line between what would get her a man and what was too risqué for the gal's mother to tolerate.