|Author||: Gregory Lamberson|
|Publisher||: Medallion Media Group|
|Total Pages||: 740|
|ISBN 10||: 9781605427317|
|ISBN 13||: 1605427314|
|Language||: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL|
Lisa Marie Wilkinson brings you Gold IPPY Award and USA Book News Best Romance Award–winning Fire at Midnight as well as Stolen Promise. Fire at Midnight In 1703 London, Rachael Penrose is confined in Bedlam Insane Asylum after discovering her uncle Victor plans to kill her brother in order to inherit the family fortune. Victor uses French privateer/smuggler Sébastien Falconer as the scapegoat for his crimes. When Victor spreads the lie that Rachael informed the authorities of Falconer’s smuggling activities, Falconer vows revenge on the girl. A dangerously ill Rachael finally escapes from Bedlam, only to find shelter in Sébastien’s carriage and end up in his care. It is a twist of fate that will alter both their lives forever. Believing she is in danger from Sébastien, Rachael meets up with his estranged twin brother, Jacques, a customs officer intent on bringing his brother to justice. But the real criminal is still at large, and she and her brother are still in danger. Stolen Promise In 1806 in the Lowara Gypsy Camp outside Windsor, England, a young woman will lose her independence in a common marriage market transaction. Jade is promised to Dimitri, a possessive abuser. In order to escape his clutches, she sails for Charleston with Evan Dark, a half-Gypsy gentleman, as his indentured servant. Though an attraction soon develops, Evan’s affiliation with Jade can never be more than professional; he is engaged to a woman as part of a plantation merger in South Carolina. Evan faces the most difficult decision of his life: remain loyal to his fiancée or be true to the lover he holds in his heart.