Historical Romance is Timeless

A Bit About Me

As a lover of human nature, I want to see people fall into healthy, loving relationships and become better people. The rippling effects of a loving home can be felt for generations and impacts not only the family, but the community as a whole. If we wish to improve our world, we must start by falling in love and allowing love's transformative power to shape us. I create heroines who are smart, funny, and flawed; my heroes are admirable, intelligent, and imperfect. Writing about two individuals whose strengths and weaknesses align is actually the ancient art of match-making. It takes wisdom, patience, and a lot of chutzpah. Nothing happens by accident, including love pairings.

True love stories never have endings.

- Richard Bach


Given the opportunity to make a better life for herself, former slave Lettice snatches at it with both hands. Given the chance to be with Kwasi, she’ll grab that, too. For the brave women who never look back and the men strong enough to stand by them, this is a story of love and liberty. Book 1 of the Reluctant Unions series.


From the moment Stephen laid eyes on the reverend’s daughter, he thought she embodied sunshine. For a banished man who has seen life’s dark side, Chastity is a welcome sight. Stephen’s anxious to return to England and reunite with his family. Quick-tempered, he’s no hero, and he’ll be damned if he's maneuvered into marriage. Book 2 in the Reluctant Unions series.



Viscount Chevers is about to renew his addresses to a fickle fiancé when he's laid low with an injury and head cold. Ruthanne nurses him at a sedate English inn, but despite liking her, his lordship knows this temporary alliance won't become permanent.


Ruthanne Rutherford is a woman of integrity and owes a debt of honor to her fellow traveler, Edward. She knows Lord Chevers' friendship won't extend beyond the Rose & Crown. Their pretend marriage has no chance of becoming real.


Eldon knows what Pru needs - he's known her all his life...

Preoccupied with politics in London, Eldon, Viscount Foley returns home and discovers his old chum, Pru, is wearing a spinster's cap. Convinced she needs a rejuvenating holiday, Eldon brings Pru to town for the Season so she can enjoy herself. Parliamentary business absorbs the viscount's time while Prudence is courted by another. Does his good friend need a husband, not a holiday?

Prudence thinks she knows everything about Eldon...

She's hankered for her brother's best friend, Eldon, for years, but in London, Viscount Foley is viewed as one of England's political power players. His lordship is out of her league by leagues. Embarrassed by her naïveté, Prudence realizes Eldon needs a wife who will offer him more than she can. In London's sophisticated circles, love and friendship simply aren't enough.


Sassy, spunky, and snarky all describe Cooper Bach, a new associate fresh out of law school. Struggling to find her way in the business world, she joins a husband and wife legal team only to quickly discover they're Psycho & Satan. While Cooper heals from her devastating losses she must balance her grief with the demands of her clients and carry on the relentless pursuit of billable hours. The bartender, Ted, is ready to lend a helping hand, but romantic entanglements is one thing Cooper doesn't need.

Former domestic attorney, Tracy Edingfield, takes an unflinching look at both sides of the lawyer's desk. Written with a dark humor, this legal thriller is served with a side of romance and a heap of humanity.



Returning from war, Charles Dryden doesn't anticipate his new life. He has a relationship to mend with Arianna, a daughter he's not quite sure is his, and her governess is determined he'll be a good father. Charles doesn't appreciate Miss Montgomery's bossy ways, and is annoyed she won't let him help her with her own worries. Can their faux engagement persuade the stubborn minx what's real in his heart? That he wants to love her for the rest of their lives?


Her father gambles away her dowry, forcing Winsome Montgomery to escape her cousin's improper advances to become a governess. From her first meeting with Mr. Dryden, she's convinced he's a flirtatious drunkard with a gambling problem. She has no intentions of marrying the rascal, but pretending to be engaged would protect her from Sir David. Winnie accepts, hoping to shield her growing feelings of tenderness from her false fiancé.

My favorite Jane Austen books:

Pride & Prejudice


Sense & Sensibility


Letters of Lady Susan 

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