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In The Mystic Marriage, Vicomtesse Jeanne de Cherdillac tells another character, ‘I have loved—truly loved—only four women. One of them is dead. One never found the courage to say either yes or no. You were the third.’ When I wrote those words, I knew relatively little about those first two women, but I had the first inkling that Jeanne might have some interesting stories to tell. This is not the story of either that first or second love, but of the time between them when grief and regret had not yet been replaced by archness and a cultivated sophistication. 

A visitor from the other world seeks to entrap Elin, the Lady of Madrunion, into helping her, but it is her lover Morvyth who is snared. How can she prevail as champion against an Otherworldly opponant with only the skills of a mortal woman?

This book is in the process of being written. I've created this entry so I can reference it in blog posts. The "publication date" is a place-holder and does not have any actual reality at this point.

The first three volumes of the epic fantasy romance series in one eBook bundle!

Daughter of Mystery
Margerit Sovitre did not expect to inherit fortunes—nor a bodyguard, ruthlessly efficient swordswoman Barbara. At first Margerit protests the need for Barbara’s services, but soon she cannot imagine sending Barbara away.

At last! Return to the enchanted realm of Alpennia for the eagerly awaited sequel to Daughter of Mystery and The Mystic Marriage.

Italian translation of "The Treasures of Britain".

The women of Arthur's court have a different definition of bravery than his warriors do.

When Elin rode out and heard the seagulls crying, it set her on the greatest adventure of her life.

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(From Daughter of Mystery)

…for a brief time, intrigued and flattered by the interest and starved for the human touch that she was denied in the ordinary way, Barbara had let things go further than had been wise. Her cheeks still burned at remembering that glorious imprudence.

This is the story of that glorious imprudence.

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