A DANGEROUS ATTRACTION IN A REPRESSED SOCIETY
After witnessing a murder plot in Regency London, Lady Madeline Winchester flees to Charleston, South Carolina and the protection of Magistrate Exchange Agent Nicholas Gales. Afraid and alone, Madeline is drawn to her dark, moody guardian and his plantation home but repelled by his society of prejudice and slavery.
Drawn together by passion, yet torn apart by society and demons of the past, Nicholas and Madeline have only each other to shield them from the darkness orchestrating their lives.
A PERILOUS 19TH CENTURY TALE OF INTRIGUE AND BETRAYAL
There are spirits everywhere in the Carolina Lowcountry. These tortured souls are ensnared on a different plane of existence that is neither earth, nor heaven, not hell.
Lyndsey Sharpe flees the terror of a sinister ex-boyfriend and accepts a position of nanny at The Shadows. Coline, Devereaux, father of Lyndsey’s charge Alexis, and authoritative owner of The Shadows, is attempting to forget the tragic death of his wife, Fiona. But as Colin and Alexis know, as Lyndsey soon discovers, Fiona’s spirit haunts The Shadows.
Lyndsey finder herself in mortal danger as evil forces work to insure the powerful attraction between Lyndsey and Colin ends – permantently.
HE WAS A BROODING SEA CAPTAIN WITH A SHADOWED PAST – SHE WAS THE SPIRITED OBJECT OF HIS ENEMY’S DARK OBSESSIONS
Captain Royal Ashurst had been branded “the devil” by prosperous Charlestown merchant Carter Seymour – the same man who brought the Ashurst family to ruin twenty-six years ago.
When the fearsome pirate Blackbeard blockades Charlestown harbor in the spring of 1718 , Royal becomes an unlikely agent for the colony and finds himself ensnared in a desperate conflict between his duty to Charlestown and his growing passion for Josephine, Seymour’s enstanged fiance.
When Royal rescues Josephine from the attacking pirates, the young loves find themselves being driven to a climax by the winds of fate and fortune that will determine the course of Charlestown and their lives forever.