Things got busy and I forgot to tell you about Kilty Plea! When this scarred Hunter completes a mission, he's granted a bounty he never expected: a wife! But their marriage is just a sham, isn't it?
Well, are they married, or aren't they? And does it matter?
When Payton MacIntyre, quiet King’s Hunter, is sent to an Abbey to challenge the bandits threatening the land, he doesn’t expect to ride away with a wife. In fact, he’s still not convinced he’s actually married to the intriguing Flora, but that’s what he tells his family to escape their seasonal nagging-him-about-marriage session. But what will this new wife of his think when he finally removes his helmet and exposes his hideously scarred visage?
Desperate to escape the cruel Abbot and find her missing younger brother, Flora goes along with the phony marriage…she just doesn’t expect the Hunter to treat her so kindly. He might be reluctant to show his face, but his soft words—and softer touches—leave her breathless. And when he defends her to his family while searching for her brother, Flora falls even more in love.
But Yule is approaching, and Flora’s growing contentment is threatened by an old danger. Is her acceptance of Payton—and his belief in her love—enough to clear this threat from the Highlands, or will the new year bring a truth which will destroy them?
Get ready for another rip-roaring good time! Aye, we're headed back to the Highlands with this gorgeous new series, basically Highlander meets The Mandalorian, and full of laughs and naughty bits!
He’s a rake, a rogue, and a charmer…until one mission changes it all.
As one of the King’s Hunters—an elite group of Highland lawmen charged with keeping the peace—Barclay is used to lasses throwing themselves at him, despite the helmet he wears on all missions. He doesn’t mind the attention in the least…until he’s assigned to track down the runaway daughter of one of His Majesty’s supporters, and meets a woman who shouldn't be charmed.
Lady Grace MacDonald is determined not to marry the man her father has chosen for her. She may look fragile and sweet, but she has reserves of strength Barclay is about to discover. Right after he pulls her out of the bog she’s landed in. Nay, not a metaphor; an actual bog has just stolen her left shoe!
Grace might be livid the mysterious, helmed Hunter is planning to return her home, but she still has a few more days to savor her freedom…and Barclay is just the one to teach her about the world. The problem? For the first time ever, Barclay is uncertain he should be seducing a lady like her! But why, even when he’s dragging her back to marry another man, does she make him feel like a hero?
Warning: Utterly ridiculous! Another fun start to a spicy, laugh-out-loud medieval series from USA Today Bestseller Caroline Lee!
Nineteen brand-new historical romances from your favorite authors, for less than a dollar! My story features Amelia, the egg-incubating younger sister from The Duke's Daring Bride, and is loads of fun! It's called Oh My God, Becky, Look at Her Duke!
Lady Amelia Kincaid, isn’t the sort of duke’s daughter accepted in Society. She’s more of the sort who rescues squirrels and raises boa constrictors and incubates eggs in her corset. (What? She has small bosoms. There’s plenty of room.) But when it comes to her brother’s best friend, she’s always wished she was a bit more ladylike.
Because Kipling is back in Town as the newly minted Duke of Bestingbum, and to Amelia’s eternal sorrow, appears to already be betrothed. If Amelia wants to force someone as perfect as Kip to notice her after all these years, she’s going to need some help from her best friend, Becky. Who happens to be a chicken.
Warning: Just as wonderfully silly and perfectly spicy as the rest of the Surprise! Dukes series. You’re going to have a lot of fun!
Are you ready for some super-steamy, laugh-out-loud fun? Desperate to save her family's business, Olivia makes a daring offer (winkwink) to the scarred and silent duke...but never expects marriage!
What is the price of her innocence?
Miss Olivia Wilson is desperate, and desperate women do daring things. No, not the time she ventured into the East End alone after dark—and had to be rescued by a tall, dark mysterious stranger—but she’s willing to do just about anything to save her family’s newspaper. When her biggest investor pulls his funding, she confronts him, willing to become his mistress if that’s what it will take. He might not speak, but she can’t deny his dark and dangerous appeal, and there would be worse hardships than becoming a fascinating duke’s plaything.
Alistair Kincaid, the Duke of Effinghell, would rather chew nails than allow Society an opportunity to mock him for his silence. Instead, he uses his days—and nights—protecting others without voices. He might need a wife, but he isn’t going find one at a ball or musicale or other bit of nonsense. Then he realizes the daring beauty currently berating him in his study is exactly what he needs; her desperation will allow him the upper hand in his bargain, and her curves make his inexperienced palms itch to stroke her.
But this marriage of convenience is about to become complicated, as Olivia’s newspaper unravels past mysteries and Alistair's ridiculous family gets involved. To save his inconvenient wife—again—he’ll have to confront his deepest fears and lure a villain into the open. Olivia’s daring might just mean disaster for them all!
Warning: Contents are HOT. If you can relate to a curvy, clumsy, well-meaning and audacious heroine, who thinks the right path is always full steam ahead, then Alistair will be your new book boyfriend… Promise!
These three short, k*nky (and extremely HOT) books released back-to-back in July. Have you read them yet?
I am Rickard, Crown Prince of Faencairn, and my father the king has just ordered me to choose a wife. The idea is not problematic, but a man with my exacting taste must be very careful in his choice of a partner. Fortunately, I have in mind the perfect candidate.
Clarissa is sweet, refined, and matches my passion. I am confident she’ll be obedient in the bedroom, but not meek. Now…I just need to test her.
I am Prince Wulf, the spare heir to the tiny island kingdom of Faencairn, and I am royally irate at my father’s command to marry. I have no interest in tying myself to one woman, when sampling them is so much tastier. Besides, it’s unlikely I’ll be able to find a partner who can match my rough desires—and my demanding appetite—in the bedroom…and enjoy it!
But when I meet Anna—and by “meet”, I mean march into her kitchen and take her hard on the table—and I can’t stop thinking of how she met my passion head on. Is it possible the curvy baker is the partner I’ve needed all along?
I am Prince Findlay, the third—and one might argue, completely superfluous—son in line to the throne of the Kingdom of Faencairn. The thought doesn’t bother me, however, because I have my library and my work in the castle archives to keep me busy. I could brush off Father’s instruction to marry, except I have in mind the perfect candidate. But what will she think of the special room in my chambers?
Millicent is a quiet bibliophile, just like myself, but I suspect the shy exterior hides an adventuresome bedmate. Will she understand the freedom in allowing someone else control, and the pleasure to be found in bindings? There’s only one way to find out…
Are you ready for some FUN? Lady Althea is ready to throw all of her propriety and good sense out the window when it comes to wooing the new duke--formerly her BFF and Boy Next Door--Sebastian. What's the worst that can happen when she dons a scandalously skimpy bathing costume during a house party at Brighton? Mischief and Mayhem!
As the youngest daughter of a duke and the fiancée of an earl, Lady Althea Lindsay knows all about propriety, decorum, and general haughtiness. More specifically, how to ignore them altogether. With her betrothed’s death (no, really, he was a frightful bore), she’s free to make her own choice of a husband…and she has her sights set on the newly minted Duke of Morningwood, the man who stole her heart all those years ago when his title was merely Boy Next Door.
Sebastian Shaw was never meant to inherit the dukedom. He’s undertrained, overworked, and at his wits’ end. The only good thing about this nonsense is it means he’s finally in a position to offer for the hand of his childhood sweetheart. But Althea isn’t leaving things to chance, and a week at the seashore is about to become scandalous.
Warning: May contain nuts. This novella is laugh-out-loud hilarious, and spicy enough you’re going to need a fan. A basic understanding of 1960s lyrics will also come in handy. You’ve been warned!
They're here! Are you ready for some fun? Then check out Flick and Griffin's hot, hilarious HEA! One-click if you like: fake relationship, protective hero, nerdy heroine, grumpy/sunshine, "teach me" blackmail, blended family/cheeky kids, unexpected inheritance, lots of spice and lots of laughter!
How did she end up make-believe married to the Grump Next Door?
Spinster scientist Felicity Montrose has always been as curious as one of her pet cats. So when her dark and dangerous neighbor catches her breaking into his house, her body’s reactions to his manhandling raises all sorts of interesting questions. Unfortunately, the irritating man refuses to help her in her experiments to replicate these titillating sensations. Blast.
Griffin Calderbank is well aware that his enticing next-door neighbor is a lady, and thus so far off-limits she might as well be in Scotland. A man like him, a man who spent years fighting for his life and surviving with his fists, needs to focus on keeping his family safe. She’s a dangerous distraction he can’t afford, no matter how tantalizing her offer might be.
His hands-off policy is working well, right up until their children enter them into a contest to give him a chance at the inheritance long denied him. The only catch? He’ll have to pretend to be a happy husband to the odd, but oh-so-tempting Miss Montrose. And this time, when she makes him a scandalous bargain, there’s no point in refusing. After all, she is his wife, right? For a short time at least.
Soon, however, it’s not just a dukedom on the line, but the very future of the country, as a hunt for a traitor turns deadly. How can he be expected to concentrate on such stakes when there’s a brilliant, quirky scientist in his bed, offering him her cooperation in exchange for satisfying her…curiosity?
Warning: If sinful bargains, nerdy heroines and gruff heroes aren’t your thing, you’re in the wrong place. This one is smoking-hot, full of fun characters (and possibly too many felines), and laugh-out-loud hilarious. Promise!
A few days late, but I'm delighted to announce the last book in the Bad in Plaid series is finally here! If you're ready to see Coira get her man, and find out how Laird Oliphant's mad scheme is going to play out, get ready for some fun!
She might not have time for love, but fate has other plans…
Lady Coira, eldest daughter of mad Laird Oliphant, knows she deserves more than what she has. Oh, not love and marriage; the only man she’s ever been attracted to is the clan’s taciturn and infuriating Commander, and she has no interest in a man telling her what to do. Nay, what she wants is responsibility, control of the clan she’s overseen for so long. Too bad she doesn’t have what it takes to become Clan Oliphant’s new laird: manly bits.
As the Oliphant Commander, Doughall Moray has worked beside Lady Coira for years. He has the utmost respect for her and her abilities, and knows she can do anything she puts her mind to. But the budding friendship between Coira and his daughter Bess is enough to make Doughall wince. It’s bad enough he must tamp down his admiration—or more accurately, lust—when he’s working with her…but now he has to pretend indifference while she’s in his home?
But Bess is a lively lass, and when her loving heart lands her in the kind of trouble no parent should experience, Doughall is lucky to have an unexpected ally. Can Coira and Doughall put aside their differences for Bess’ sake? When Laird Oliphant falls ill and is officially ready to declare an heir, Coira is going to have to choose between the clan she’s always protected and the family she’s coming to love.
Warning: This one is no less ridiculous than the previous six books! Get ready for the laugh-out-loud conclusion to the Oliphant Sisters’ saga, full of fun, silly jokes, and plenty of spicy bits!
It's release day for this super-hot, laugh-out-loud histromcom! Seriously, it's not only the longest thing I've written, but the spiciest (get your fans ready!); this one totally Beauty and the Beast meets 50 Shades of Gray!
The whispers say he’s a demon, but now he owns her…
It is vital Lady Georgia Stoughton finds a way to pay her father’s debt, but the cursed man who owns it refuses her money. So when she offers herself in repayment, the devil with the body of an angel calls her bluff…and signs the contract. Now she belongs to him, body and soul, until the last hour of December.
Lord Edymion, Demon Hayle, wants two things in his life: seclusion, and revenge on the man who scarred him so horribly, making him unfit for Society. The first is going perfectly fine until a brash beauty pushes her way into his life, and before he can kick her out the door, offers the second. Lady Georgia’s father is the key to his revenge, but this contract is so much sweeter: the use of Georgia’s body, whenever and however he wants her, for the next month.
It's going to be a Hayle of a holiday season.
Georgia can’t regret the arrangement that made her Demon’s, not when she has free run of his castle, library, and neglected rose garden. And as she becomes addicted to the pleasure he shows her in the bedroom (and study, and conservatory, and once up against the wall in the linen closet), she begins to doubt her own plans.
Then comes the letter with the announcement Demon has just unexpectedly become a duke. Well, blast. Is he ready for London? It’s up to Georgia now, but as the end of December looms nearer, Demon’s revenge is slipping from his grasp…
Warning: There’s a lot of spicy bits...and hilarious servants, a stubborn cat, more gardening than you’d expect in December, and still more spicy bits. Get ready to laugh out loud with another Caroline Lee HistRomCom!
Release day for this laugh-out-loud medieval romcom! You'll finally get some answers about the mystery of the missing Hunter from way back in book one... Enemies to lovers has never been this funny!
Lady Nicola Oliphant is her clan’s healer…and she needs a break. After years of being at the beck and call of her mother’s (mostly imaginary) illnesses—which are getting more and more ridiculous—Nicola jumps at a chance to escape. Even if that means spending a month in a far-off convent full of accident-prone nuns who need her healing skills.
But once there, she’s met with a patient she can’t afford to heal.
Ramsay doesn’t remember who he is, and it’s damned galling. All he knows was that he was delivered to the convent of St. Dorcas the Ever Petulant after being attacked and left for dead. Now the warrior is mostly healed, but his head still aches fiercely whenever he tries to remember the details of the attack…or anything beyond his given name.
Nicola recognizes Ramsay McIlvain, but since he has reason to hate her clan, she hesitates to confess his identity. But she’s a healer. Can she, in good conscience, hold back the information he needs to mend? And the attraction between them is difficult to deny, what with all the kissing and rubbing being done—all in the name of recovery, of course!
When the pair of them set out on a mission to save a helpless bairn, Nicola knows she has to confess the truth. But how will Ramsay react once he’s surrounded by his clan—where he belongs?
Warning: The medical practices in this story are preposterous…but to be fair, so are a lot of the maladies. Get ready for another hilarious medieval romcom, full of naughty “remedies” and fun!