The Knight and the Necromancer
Prince Roland comes home from the war to bury his father and see his sister on the throne. He sneaks out to his favorite tavern for nostalgia’s sake. It’s the place where he kissed a man for the first time, the place where he used to carouse with the lover he buried on a battlefield. Roland expects to enjoy some anonymity and perhaps flirt with a few strangers for old time’s sake. He does not expect to find a fascinating scholar from out of town—a lonely young man with beautiful eyes and an obvious longing to be touched, buried beneath a prickly demeanor. The man clearly has his secrets, but so does Roland, and their unexpected chemistry makes him feel alive for the first time in months.
A stranger has been warning me about my research for the government. My coworkers tell me not to worry, but it bothers me. I can’t let it show, though. This is my first time as a project lead. At least, a weekend wedding in Newport promises a much needed escape. But when I come face to face with Angelo DeMarchis, that illusion shatters. He’s the one who got away. And he’s grown even sexier after all these years. That’s when I realize I’m in even more trouble. And once again, the price might be my heart.
Choosing Happily Ever After
Despite having her own heart broken, wedding planner Hope Turner is a diehard romantic and has dedicated herself to Ever After Ranch and happily ever afters—other peoples. For Levi Langdon there’s only ever been one woman for him. Now that he’s back in town after ten long years, he plans on proving to Hope that those feelings have only grown stronger. Just when Hope starts to believe that a second chance at love and her own happily ever after might finally be possible, devastating news puts everything at risk and Hope and Levi must both decide: is their love strong enough to survive a second time?