Lulia Vasile is a gypsy and proud of it. She’s a master fencer and skilled at fortune telling. She grew up playing roles in a traveling theater and performing at county fairs. Her life changed when she became friends with an earl’s daughter and became involved in an exclusive ladies only gaming den. She’s successful, but misses her family. She travels to their last known location to spend Christmastide with them. While there she must decide what she wants for her future.
Finley Prescott, the Duke of Clare, doesn’t leave his estate unless it’s necessary. His injuries at Waterloo have left him bitter, and he never expected to inherit the dukedom. That was supposed to be his brother’s duty. Now he has responsibilities and people who depend on him when all he wants is to disappear from the world. For him all hope is gone, and he’s not the hero England believes him to be.
After a chance meeting, and a magical kiss Lulia and Finley discover that sometimes the one thing a person needs is the last thing they expect.
What makes a person a witch?
For those living in sixteenth century Scotland the very word witch is terrifying. Everyone is afraid of witches, both to be accused of one, and to be cursed by one. In a series of events beyond their control one family faces their ultimate fear and the consequences they can't escape.
The very idea of witchcraft becomes all too real for the Dalais family. Caitrìona Dalais Guaire, Sorcha Dalais Creag, and Niall Dalais are torn from their homes and put on trial. Their very lives are at stake, and everything points to their eventual demise.
In an act of desperation one of them arranges for the children to be secreted away to safety. Only time will tell if they are successful and if their legacy will live on...
Lady Catherine Langdon is special, and not because she’s the daughter of a duke. She comes from a long line of individuals born with extraordinary gifts, and she is one of the few that has a variation of all three. On the brink of war she makes a decision that will irrevocably alter the course of her life—love or duty.
Asher Wright, the Earl of Northesk, decided at a very early age that he would not live an idle life. His father forbade him from enlisting in the military, but he chose to ignore it. Ash never regretted his choice, but wished he could have repaired his relationship with his father before he died. Now with the fate of the world in turmoil he has to make another hard decision—remain a spy for king and country, or go home and honor his father’s title.
War brings Catherine and Asher into each other’s lives. Only time will tell if their destiny is to be together, or if they will ultimately serve a higher purpose.
The hunt is only beginning, and magic swirls within it keeping them both on the right path, and leading them astray…
Malediction has claimed Princess Elodie of Zelnon and her friends. They must fight to escape even when it seems like they are living in an endless curse. Through each battle they take one step closer to their ultimate goal—home. To return to her home and claim her throne she must find what is lost and make a sacrifice that will leave a stain on her soul. There are two different paths, both desired, but one will bring her home—the other could lead to her downfall.
Some prophesies are self-fulfilling, and Elodie must be careful she doesn’t make her worst fears happen. As they discover the clues necessary to return she has many decisions to mistake—and once they’re in Zelnon the true battle will begin. Along with the duties of her kingdom she must also discern the means to her happiness. Does she believe in love, and if so who holds the key to her heart…