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Thin Golden and Brown Line

Gambling on a Scoundrel

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Gambling On A ScoundrelIn 1861, lonely railroad heiress Tempy Bliss, a budding journalist, is elated that Charles Dickens wants her to write an article about gambling for his newspaper. But when casino owner Lucien Hamlin bans Tempy from his gambling palace once he learns of her profession, she begins to suspect a much bigger story is at hand. Lucien’s secretive behavior goads Tempy into uncovering the real story.

Lucien is a hard-driving businessman whose life is about to be upended by his unexpected inheritance of the title of Earl of Cavendish. It’s a fact he’d rather not have announced, and certainly not in newsprint, until after the sale of his casino.

With Tempy’s career goals progressing, as well as her dreams of becoming a part of her fiancé’s family, she refuses to accept defeat even when Ernest sends her a letter from Paris informing her he’s fallen in love with a Frenchwoman. She resolves to win him back while simultaneously conducting her research at the sumptuous Hamlin House casino.

Thin Golden and Brown Line

It Takes a Spy… (Secrets and Seduction Series Book One)

Coming November 1, 2014

In 1851, Cecilia Paring has serious reservations about marrying her fiancé, Devin Montlake. Gone is the boy who could capture her heart with a word or a glance and in his place is a man who has made it clear that to be a proper barrister’s wife, the exciting and impulsive Cecilia must change as well.CoverFinalLG-ItTakesASpy
Although Devin Montlake loves his orderly life as a barrister, he’s determined to follow his roadmap to achieve his goal of becoming a judge. His biggest obstacle seems to be convincing his headstrong fiancée to fulfill her social obligations with a modicum of propriety. But when the jewelry collection belonging to Cecilia’s family is stolen the night before it is to be auctioned off and Devin is framed for the crime, he discovers that following his much-loved rules won’t solve this particular problem. He’ll need the inventiveness of his irrepressible fiancée to catch the thief.
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