Released: May 2, 2006
In a rage of suspicion and accusation, twin brothers Sean and Alex came close to killing each other the night the woman they both loved was murdered. Eight years later, they still don’t agree on anything—except the need to remain alone and unwed, to keep from passing the Dragon’s Curse on to another generation. And when another woman disappears from the Killdaren.
“I’ve fresh uniform dresses in the storage closet, though nothing as small as ye. After the chores are done this evening, we’ll find two that ye can take in. I expect ye to be wearing one first thing in the morning. Above all other rules there is two ye must adhere to implicitly. Yer to make no noise and once in yer room at night yer to stay there til morning. I’ll not have any roving about, ye hear? T he Killdaren sleeps during the daytime and is busy during the night. No one is to disturb him, ever. Do ye understand?“
“Yes, ma’am,” I replied, nearly biting my tongue to stop myself from asking why. What manner of man slept when all others were awake?
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Released: December. 5, 2006
With her renowned talent for “smoldering sexual tension”, Jennifer St. Giles rewards fans of romantic suspense yet again with the follow-up to Midnight Secrets…*4 1/2 star Top pick from RT Book Club.
Love can unite what rivalry attempts to tear apart. Or so Andromeda thought when she journeyed to Dartmoor’s End to be with her sister, recently wed to the legendary Sean Killdaren. Andromeda is hopelessly drawn to Sean’s estranged twin brother and rival, Alexander Killdaren, Viscount Blackmoor. The talk of a curse won’t keep her from seeking employment from Alex, cataloguing the Killdaren family antiques. She hopes to use her gift of thought-reading to learn more about him–if only he will let her in…
What Andromeda sees in Alex’s wicked mind arouses both fear and attraction. But there are other dangers lurking in Dragon’s Cove. Women are falling prey to a deadly Druid ritual in which innocents are sacrificed. With her gifts, Andromeda knows she is bound to be the next victim–and with Alex’s reputation, he’s a likely suspect. Can what they feel for each other be strong enough to reveal the truth? Or will the shadow over Dragon’s Cove eclipse their hearts forever?
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Released: December 4, 2007 — From Berkley Sensations
When Gemini Andrews laid eyes on Captain Deverell Jansen, she didn’t need her psychic abilities to know that he would soon be hers. It was just a matter of convincing him. So when Gemini learns of his voyage to Northrope in search of a vicious killer whose victims are left strewn among the Druid Stones, she hatches a plan. Knowing she can help–and with hopes of growing closer to Dev–she stows away on his ship…
Dev is shocked to discover Gemini, knowing what this kind of stunt could do to her reputation. Yet after learning of her powers, he realizes he does need her, in more ways than one. These murders could be the work of notorious killer Jack Poole–but from beyond the grave? Together they are thrust into the realm of the supernatural, and Dev must trust in the love that Gemini is so certain of–or else there’s no hope of withstanding the strength of a killer’s thirst…