Luck of the Draw by Gail Link

"Life's like a good card game-never let them know what you're holding." That was Beau McMaster's motto. And with one lucky turn of the cards in a high=stakes poker garme, he found himself on his way to Montana, the new owner of a local ranch and saloon. But he was a Southern gentleman through and through, and he liked his coffee black and his woman bold, just like the new schoolteacher in town. He knew it was only a matter of time before the auburn-haired beauty fell to the charm of the McMasters touch. Miss Abigail Butler intended to keep her cards close to her chest, and not even a honeyed Southern drawl would make her show her hand and spill her secrets. With a reward on her head and Pinkerton agents on her tail, she couldn't afford anything other than anonymity. But the golden-eyed gambler awakened her desires, and with time quickly running out, she found he was only one who could help her turn the Luck of The Draw

Minx by Julia Quinn


Henrietta Barrett has never followed the dictates of society. She manages her elderly guardian's remote Cornwall estate, wears breeches instead of frocks, and answers to the unlikely name of Henry. But when her guardian passes away, her beloved home falls into the hands of a distant cousin.


William Dunford, London's most elusive bachelor, is stunned to learn that he's inherited property, a title... and a ward bent on making his first visit his last. Henry is determined to contigue running Stannage Park without help from the handsome new lord, but Dunford is just as sure he can change things... starting with his wild young ward. But turning Henry into a lady makes her not only the darling of the ton, but an irresistible attraction to the man who thought he could never be tempted.

My Lord Conqueror by Samantha James


The wild and tempestuous peasant daughter of a slain Saxon lord, Alana of Brynwald bravely resists the brutal Norman invaders --- but fears the mysterious specter who haunts her dreams. And now he stands before her --- tall and strong as an oak ... terrifying yet strangely exciting. The dark knight of her visions has come to claim her as his prize.


By rights, Merrick of Normandy should shun the serpent-tongued beauty who wishes him dead. But Alana's sensuous fire draws him to her --- and burns him to his warrior soul. It is he who is lord and she the captive. Yet Merrick can never claim true victory until the proud Saxon maid shares his passion --- and embraces him as master of her heart

Savage Winter by Constance O Banyon

The Vision

He'd been named Wind Warrior and called the savior of his Blackfoot people. But the mystical power that filled him awoke his brother's hatred and envy. Dull Knife would do anything to take what was his.

The Woman

Slender and lovely, the white captive had long ago caught Wind Warrior's eye. She was the kind of beauty who could make a man forget all else in the exquisite pleasures of the night.But when Dull Knife plotted to steal her away, the rivalry between the two brothers would come to a head, a prophecy would be fulfilled and with her daring rescue, a great passion would be born.

A Gentleman Til’ Midnight by Alison DeLaine

The complication they don't want…...

Lady Katherine Kinloch survived captivity once. Now the notorious captain of her own ship, she refuses to let anyone jeopardize her hard-won freedom. But on a voyage to England to fight for her family's endangered estate, Katherine is thrown off course when she unknowingly rescues celebrated naval captain James Warre…, a man who stands for everything she despises.

The passion they desperately need...

Haunted by regret for his role in her dark past, James is determined to be more than the cold, calculating officer Katherine expects. Her seduction is his obsession, but his pride hangs in the balance if he gives in to temptation. And hiding beneath the scorching attraction between them lies a secret that could force the two apart for good.

Dark Desires by Eve Silver

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Betrayed by those she trusted, penniless and alone, Darcie Finch is forced to accept a position that no one else dares, as assistant to dangerously attractive Dr. Damien Cole. Ignoring the whispered warnings and rumours that he's a man to fear, she takes her position at his eerie estate, where she quickly discovers that nothing is at it seems, least of all her handsome and brooding employer. As Darcie struggles with her fierce attraction to Damien, she must also deal with the blood, the disappearances ... and the murders.

With her options dwindling and time running out, Darcie must rely on her instincts as she confronts the man she falling in love with. Is he an innocent and misunderstood man ... or a remorseless killer who prowls the East End streets?

Note: All books in the Dark Gothic series can be read as stand-alone novels.

Wilderness Inn by Janet Louise Roberts

Christine had finally escaped from her leering, avaricious guardian. Now, only twenty-one, she traveled alone to the Northwest wilderness in search of her beloved brother. But instead of her brother, she found undreamed-of fear... and then brutal murder. She was caught in the snowbound wilderness with men whose hearts were a wilderness of greed and lust.

Could she, possibly put her trust in the one man who seemed to care for her-- or would the terrifying secrets of the desolate inn destroy them all?

Wild Roses by Miriam Minger

The gentle sister of Ireland’s most infamous rebel, Maire O’Byrne remains ever loyal to country and clansmen—until a strange twist of fate carries her to Lord Duncan FitzWilliam, the proud Norman master of Longford Castle. And now she must feign amnesia to ensure her brother’s safety—even as her yearning heart seeks the warm shelter of an enemy’s arms.

A man of peace in a land seething with rage, Lord Duncan is touched by this mysterious, afflicted lady whom he believes is a pawn in a dangerous family intrigue. Yet desire is Duncan’s greatest peril, for his need commands him to tear down the wall of secrets that stand between him and beautiful Maire—and to give himself fully and passionately to a love some would call treason

The Dream Thief by Helen A. Rosburg

Someone is killing young women in 15th-century Venice by entering their dreams and seducing them to death. Pina soon shows symptoms of the midnight visitations, but the murderer wants to find his own salvation in the arms of the only woman who has ever shown him love.