Next week, I’ll review Elizabeth Camden’s The Prince of Spies, because…well, I don’t pass up telling you about her books.
In the meantime…
The first novel in the Widow’s Might series, Enduring Dreams, is on sale for $.99! It’s never been on sale before, so grab it while it’s at it’s lowest price. Plus, you can apply the $3 you save to the preorder of the next book in the series, Rekindling Trust, which releases in April. 🙂
About Enduring Dreams:
She stirs his heart like no other woman, but will loving her cost him his dreams?
Claire Kingsley’s goal to enter the male-dominated world of architectural design ended with the death of her husband. Then a chance encounter prompts a desire to see the Kingsley name on one more design. The only thing standing in Claire’s way is her attraction to the town’s new architect—an attraction she mustn’t act on…for his sake.
Though driven to see his architectural office prosper, Mark Gregory isn’t as eager to work with Claire as he is to court her. As he struggles to tear down the wall she’s built between them, a crucial client’s demands endanger Mark’s success in both business and love.
About Rekindling Trust:
Abandonment. Betrayal. Injustice.
Two broken hearts given a second chance to mend.
Widow Edythe Westin yearns for a peaceful home and independence from her controlling father. The goal seems within reach until her rebellious young son is suspected of arson and assault. With nowhere else to turn, she defies her father and appeals for help from the only man she ever loved—the man who once deserted her when she needed him most.
Attorney Barrett Seaton returned to his hometown to make his brother’s final days comfortable. Seeing Edy again raises Barrett’s guard, especially when she remains under her father’s thumb…just like the day she rejected Barrett to marry another man. A second betrayal by her would destroy him as surely as her devious father destroyed his brother by railroading him into prison.
To save her son, Edy and Barrett must rekindle the trust that was lost years earlier. But how?