Lord of the Night by Connie Mason
After his father is wrongfully hanged by the Greys and his birthright is taken from him, Jaime Mortimer is forced into exile. A smuggler, known only as the Lord of Darkness, Jaime vows to avenge his father’s death and reclaim all that is his.
So when the news of Lord Evan Grey's marriage reach him, Jaime decides to halt the wedding at any cost and take the bride for his own. But Lady Aleta Somerset is no ordinary bride.
Lionheart by Connie Mason
Lionel de Coeur, the bold knight known as Lionheart, is proud to lead Prince Edward's army against the rebellious Welsh. His strength has been honed in numerous battles in defense of England and the Plantagenet cause, but Lionheart is experienced enough to know that neither pride nor might of arms alone can guarantee victory.
Indeed, though his siege of Cragdon Castle succeeds, the Welsh leaders he pursued there slip away during an unexpected counterattack by the castle garrison, led by a skilled young warrior in white.
Lionheart is furious to find that no one among the castle’s defenders will admit to any knowledge of the white knight’s identity, and the elusive warrior himself has somehow manages to disappear without a trace.
Beautiful young Vanora of Cragdon bears the brunt of Lionheart's wrath. In the six months since her father's death, Vanora has led her people, and she has no intention of adding her personal surrender to the military one that Lionheart demands. He can order her to his bed, but he cannot compel her to betray her loyalty, reveal her secrets, or offer him her love.
But, even as Vanora plots to foil Lionheart's plans for conquest, and faces him in battle in her role as the white knight, her woman's heart acknowledges that this foe has the ability to slip past her guard and make her long to forget he is her enemy.
Pirate by Connie Mason
Devastated by love’s betrayal, nearly destroyed by the assassin who took his eye and left him for dead, Guy De Young was reborn as a man with no name: a pirate. His stare was unforgettable; the brilliant gaze enchanted women and struck fear in the hearts of men. Determined to ruin those who kept him from freedom and his heart’s only desire, the reckless marauder could have been the Devil himself but for the single gleaming silver eye that recalled his past life.
When his lost love, Bliss Grenville, fell into his clutches, the handsome buccaneer whisked her off to his island paradise, intent on revenge. But sometime during those endless tropical nights, his lust for vengeance became an uncontrollable desire for the woman herself. Though he had taken her captive, he would not be satisfied until she had freely given him her heart and soul.
The Dragon Lord by Connie Mason
In one horrifying hour, Rose of Ayrdale's life was shattered. Lord Dragon, one of King John's fiercest knights, brought the news that Rose's father was dead and revealed that he had been commanded to marry the traitor's widow or daughter and claim the estate.
Rose was certain that neither her grieving mother nor Starla, her twin sister who longed to become a nun, could bear to wed Lord Dragon. But it was equally clear that their new lord had no wish to bind himself to a defiant maiden like Rose. Convincing the Dragon that Rose was the name of the sweet-tempered, biddable twin he was inclined to wed was accomplished in a matter of moments.
Fortunately the deception did not have to last long. Indeed, before the hour was over, fiery Rose had subdued her true nature long enough to convince the Dragon it was her sister he’d wed—and had seen her mother and gentle sister on their way to the sanctuary of a nearby convent. Though she feared the Dragon's wrath when he discovered her pretense, Rose was content with the fruit of her labors—and pleased to have taken at least this small vengeance against her unwanted overlord.
She’d be surprised to realize that the Dragon was already wondering if he’d been too hasty in sending the spitfire to the convent and taking the timid twin to wife—for he is a man of powerful passions who would find the spirited Rose a perfect match.
de Warrenne Dynasty Series 2: Promise of the Rose by Brenda Joyce
She is Mary, the beautiful daughter of the Scottish king - and an unwilling prisoner of the Norman invaders. The headstrong princess refused to reveal her identity - even if it means sacrificing her virtue. But in the arms of a dangerous enemy she discovers a powerful passion and a powerful promise.
de Warrenne Dynasty Series 1: The Conqueror by Brenda Joyce
Like a pagan god, Rolfe the Relentless rode into Castle Aelfgar to claim it as his prize — and Lady Alice as his bride. Lauded for his bravery in France, in England he was the hated enemy.
Once ensconced in his new domain, Rolfe became determined to tame the Saxon beauty Ceidre, Alice's illegitimate sister, whose spirit and sensuality make him risk treason to have her — not Lady Alice — in his bed…
Mysterious and seductive, she was no lady but a spy for the rebel cause of her noble half brothers. Refusing to bow to this arrogant warrior who ignited her forbidden passion, Ceidre was swept into a dangerous liaison tied to the fate of England and kings. Yet with his kisses on her lips, his skillful hands on her body, she would have to struggle not to surrender to… The Conqueror.
Royle Sisters 3: How To Propose To A Prince by Kathryn Caskie
If the tiara fits, wear it
And that is exactly what Elizabeth Royle intends to do. After all, if you can’t be acknowledged as the daughter of a prince, the least you can do is marry one.
When Elizabeth, youngest of the notorious Royle sisters, comes face-to-face with her future husband, a man she’s seen only in her dreams, she nearly swoons — especially when she discovers he is a prince. But her ecstasy is short-lived as she quickly learns that the man she longs for is betrothed to someone else — a princess, no less. A lesser woman would give up, but Elizabeth is a Royle, after all.
Refusing to surrender her dreams of a royal wedding, Elizabeth takes the position of lady-in-waiting to the fiancee, determined to get close to her perfect match. But the lover she desires is not who he seems … and only once she discovers the true man behind the crown will she find the perfect love she’s been longing for all her life.
Royle Sisters 2: How To Engage an Earl by Kathryn Caskie
The last thing the Earl of MacLaren wants is a wife, so when he awakens to discover a fair-haired enchantress at the foot of his bed, he behaves as any man might by taking full advantage of the delicious situation. Then his family bursts in, and the chit brazenly announces that she is his betrothed. So he finds himself well on his way to being legshackled for life
Beautiful, reserved Anne Royle had never done anything so mad in her life. She entered the earl’s bedchamber with no intention of seduction. Rather, she hoped to discover a document that could contain the truth about her heritage. But now her world is turned upside down, and while she trembles at the thought of her wedding night, she finds she longs for it in ways she never thought possible.
Royle Sisters 1: How To Seduce A Duke by Kathryn Caskie
Why is the notorious Duke of Blackstone ruining Mary's well-laid plans to marry his brother, the handsome Viscount Wetherly? Every time she turns a corner, he is there—tantalizing her, teasing her … and the more she tries to ignore him, the more insistent he becomes. Mary knows she must make an advantageous marriage, but surely Blackstone is the wrong man for her. Isn’t he?
Blackstone is not about to let his brother become bewitched by some wily blue blood pretender … even one as deliciously tempting as Mary. But until she came along, no woman has ever resisted his smooth, well-practiced seductions. Could it be that he’s actually fallen in love with this infuriating chit?
Montgomery Series 8: Mountain Laurel by Jude Deveraux
Captain ‘Ring Montgomery was handsome, a skilled rider, a crack shot, popular with the men and their ladies. That was reason enough for a jealous, surly colonel to saddle Montgomery with a most peculiar assignment: to escort an opera singer into the Colorado gold fields.
'Ring's plan was to scare the little lady enough so that she'd hightail it for home. After all, a Civil War was brewing! But LaReina, The Singing Duchess — as Maddie Worth called herself on stage — didn’t scare easy. And she didn’t intend to explain her reasons for coming West to any high and mighty soldier.
Captain Montgomery might be smart enough to figure out that she was no European duchess, and gentleman enough not to take advantage of her when he’d had the chance, but he’d have to go on thinking she had some insane desire to sing opera to a bunch of ragtag miners. She didn’t dare trust him with the truth….