Her Test for Love ~ His Challenge for Devotion
Set in 1808, Lady Gwendolyn Hollinger embarks for London after learning she has been left inheritance. Receiving alarming news beyond wealth, Gwendolyn sets eyes on her husband again after ten years of believing he perished at sea. Lord Thomas Hollinger is shocked as well, not only does he have a dynamic bond shared with his childhood bride; he’s now faced with a dilemma. Both engaged, they fight their passions to either hang onto history, or follow through with their promises to marry. Can they test each other enough to overcome concealed emotions, misunderstandings and dare to love another time?
Georgian Era – Historical Fiction
Lady Mary Hollinger is Ready for Marriage
Lord Harland Harper is the wealthy heir to the Earl of Thanet’s shipping trade; it would be a match made in Heaven, according to her father, but Mary must first get passed his arrogance. Lord Lucas Wrentmore is the same age as Mary, they have similar interests, they’re even childhood friends ~ but she has her doubts as well. Then there is the perfect choice, the Duke of Somerset from the House of Seymour who threw in his hand at the very last moment ~ My, oh my, what is a debutante to do? Mary yearns for the love and passion her parents display daily ~ but which one of those young suitors will fulfill all her dreams? The shipping heir, the childhood friend or the handsome Seymour pedigree?
You might think you know the ending…but think again.
Who is that Mysterious Man staying at Thanet Manor?
John Cassaway was sold as an indentured servant in the Saint Lucy parish on the island of Barbados. Living in a thatched roof hut on the Cotz sugar plantation, he learned to live with African slaves, was kept warm by the arms of an African woman and eventually fell in love with a slave owner’s daughter. His life was exhausting, mundane till he caught yellow fever.
There is a surprise in-store for the Duke and Duchess of Norwin.
Book 3 in a series of maritime fiction. Includes crossover characters from Dare To Love, A Matchless Match, and Impropriety.