A Faerie Fated Forever:
A faerie curse means one perfect love awaits Laird Nial Maclee. It also means that he must find his fated lady and avoid traps and schemes of females lured by the blasted legend. Failure condemns him to his father's fate - craving the love he can't have or forget. But a laird must put his clan first, even if it means wedding "Heather the Hag," daughter of a rival, wealthy laird. He should marry the dowd even if she won't "set the claws of passion" to his manhood, as the curse provides. She can't possibly be his faerie fated forever.
Before his solution sent Heather fleeing to transform herself for launch on the marriage mart in London, Nial should have recalled that faeries sometimes make the impossible the inevitable.
A Golden Forever:
As a half-breed who would never belong to his tribe, he sold himself for survival. As the Savage Lord who would never belong to the ton, he sold himself for social acceptance. As a man with nothing left to lose, he's learned that nothing means as much as self-respect and he's vowed that he will never sell himself again. Lady Viv is an English ice princess who wants a future on her own terms. Her dreams and another's schemes send her to America's gold fields. Sparks fly, but marriage is a cage Colt refuses to enter.
After Colt forces Viv away, what will he do to get her back? And how will he deal with a man whose thirst for vengeance presents Colt with a choice that casts him into his darkest nightmares?
A Sixth Sense Of Forever:
The Duke of Sedgewick's friends asked for a favor - that he teach their little sister about sex. He should have said no because if it went too far, he might love her to death. Beneath the famous Sedgewick honor lies an infamous secret, a centuries old faerie curse. Any woman a Sedgewick wed for love would die before she birthed a child. Boz met the Malone brothers before he could lace his shoes and Lily shortly after her first breath. He didn't know when his fondness for the child changed to love for the woman. But he knew the favor he should refuse promised a taste of the forever he couldn't have and his sixth sense pawed like a fractious horse at the starting pistol.
Surely he could teach Lily about physical love, preserve her virginity for her future husband and still walk down the aisle with his cold, calculating betrothed. Couldn't he?
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March 10, 2011
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