Hell Hath No Fury (Book 1)
Cecily and Stephen's Story
Cecily Nottingham has made a huge mistake! She married an earl who, climbing out of her bed the next morning, admitted to only wanting her dowry. The rat loves another woman but won’t set Cecily free. To keep the money, he must keep her.
Raised by a ruthless businessman, Cecily refuses to accept the hand she’s been dealt and vows to free herself from her marriage. She is nobody’s milksop and at this point hasthe earl into divorcing her, she sets out to seduce his older cousin, Stephen Nottingham. And heaven help her, Stephen is everything her husband is not: Honorable, loyal, trustworthy…
Stephen Nottingham has returned to England to save his cousin’s estate from financial ruin but finds himself trying to save his cousin’s life instead. For the bounder betrayed his new countess something fierce and hell hath no fury like a woman scorned… Torn between strangling his cousin, and kissing his cousin’s wife, Stephen’s honor is in for one heck of a beating.
Amid snakes, duels and a good catfight, Cecily realizes the game she’s playing has high stakes indeed. There are only a few ways to end a marriage in Regency England and none of them come without a high price. Is she willing to pay it? Is Stephen? A ‘Happily Ever After’ hangs in the balance, because, yes, love can conquer all, but sometimes it needs a little bit of help.
Hell In a Handbasket (Book 2)
Sophia and Captain Brookes
Thus reads the Banns of marriage between Lord Harold Brooks and Miss Sophia Babineaux: If any of you know cause why these two should not be joined in Holy matrimony, ye are to declare it.
Would anybody declare it? Please?
THE BRIDE wants to declare it. The heat Sophia feels for another man has given her a bad case of cold feet! She’d never even been kissed, how was she to know the importance of sizzle? By the time she realizes her mistake it may be too late...
THE GROOM never wanted to marry Sophia in the first place. His interests (ahem) lie elsewhere. Unfortunately, with a duke for a father, Lord Harold’s opinion makes no difference at all.
So it’s up to war hero and rake, Captain Devlin Brooks to set matters right. He’s returned from war and ready to settle down, unfortunately the girl he’s wants is, well, ah… unavailable.... But he has a plan.
Once set in motion, one lie turns into a spiral of deceit and guilt. Was one shot at heaven worth a lifetime of hell? Because love endures but the heart has it’s limits.
Or does it?