Jane Mason is an heiress, but her money is being slowly embezzled by her unscrupulous relatives to further her uncle’s unscrupulous political career and she’s being kept far away in the country, to make sure she can’t meet anyone who might marry her. Her aunt and uncle plan to marry her off to her cousin, and eventually, Jane reluctantly agrees on the condition that she get a season in London first. She hopes to meet another suitable man she can convince to elope with her, offering him a share of her father’s vast fortune as long as she is free […]
Charley Davidson has amnesia. She’s currently living in New York as a Jane Doe working in a bar/restaurant. She’s leaning things about herself (she see dead people, know multiple languages and can tell when people lie), but doesn’t feel she can talk to anyone about these things. Some people think she’s faking the amnesia and thus treat her like dirt. Other people seem to like her, but she’s not sure why. Life isn’t normal, but she’s getting by. This is the ninth book in the Charley Davidson series and it’s obviously just filler for whatever is going to happen in […]
Why is the very married Emma dreaming, almost every night, about another man, the handsome and rebellious Noah? Whose snarky voice echoes in her head, disapproving of nearly everything that she does? Why does she remember things that couldn’t possibly have happened, i.e., passionate lovemaking on the beach with this Noah, and that’s just for starters? And who is the mysterious Adrienne? These questions are explored — but not answered (you’ll have to read the book for that) at Heroes and Heartbreakers.