Meriall Sentlow, a beautiful young widow, accepted Sir Grey Neville's offer of a mock betrothal because it offered her freedom. Sir Grey made the offer to avoid a blackmailer. But they found themselves caught up in both affection and intrigue--awaiting the fate of the trading vessel, The Green Rose. Historical Romance by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally published by Harper Monogram
Hope Rowan suspects Rapunzel had agoraphobia--just like she does. And Cooper Sanford, returned high school bad boy, doesn't really seem the handsome prince who could lure her out, does he? But Coop wants Hope's help with his motherless daughter, and he's willing to help her overcome her fears--except that he has a few doubts of his own. Formerly a Silhouette Special Edition titles Hearth, Home and Hope by Kaitlyn Gorton.
For the writer and anyone else interested in Renaissance England (1485-1649), this remarkable resource covers the day-to-day details: fashions, food, customs, family life, the Royal Court, law and punishment, holidays, city and rural living, seafaring and land occupations, alehouses, marriage, birth and death rituals--and a great deal more, written with authority in a wonderfully readable style. Included are bibliographies and internet addresses for further research. Written by Kathy Lynn Emerso... more info>>
Grant Bradley, a rugged history professor trying to create a living history center, was surprised when Vanessa Dare, the popular talk show hostess, agreed to spend a week in costume at his Victorian farmhouse. More startling was the intense desire that flared between them, which suggested a "history" of their own--more real than a dream of the past. Contemporary romance by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally published by Loveswept.
When Thomasine Strangeways returned to Catsholme Manor, the scene of her unhappy childhood, things were not as they had once been. Nick Carrier, who had been her friend and protector then, was now a moody widower who could encourage her passion and spurn her kisses. To fulfill her mother's deathbed request was proving dangerous--and loving Nick perhaps even more so. Historical Romance by Kathy Lynn Emerson; originally published by Harper Monogram
During the reign of Mary Tudor, Cordell Shelby's father is poisoned, and she alone suspects he was murdered. But it is a time fraught with treason and rebellion, hampering her determination to find his killer. And a handsome young courtier, Roger Allington, tricks her into a marriage of convenience that isn't convenient at all.