Paranormal Historical Romance

The Heckmasters – Eban

Eban Heckmaster has always been grateful his mother’s human blood cooled the dark thoughts being the son of a demon can bring. He’s tried to lead as normal a life as possible by attending medical school and setting up his own practice in New Mexico Territory. But it’s no longer enough. After being rejected by a woman he was sure could complete his life, he’s counting the days until he can get out of town. That will happen, just as soon as he figures out how to rid a close friend of a demon that’s wreaking havoc inside her head.

Beryl Brookshier’s past only comes in splotchy memories. What she can remember is nothing to be proud of, but there’s something more worrisome going on. Long dark moments and passages of time when she can’t remember who she’s been with or what she’s done. She knows that Eban knows what’s causing it, but the half-demon doctor isn’t telling. And unfortunately for her, he’s so distracted by the secret and his desire to leave Berner, he doesn’t even see that she’s falling in love with him…or is she? When she discovers the lust demon living inside her mind, she begins to wonder if she’s in love, or if the demon only wants Eban for her own purposes.

The Heckmasters – Tell

Gifted with the ability to spot demons and sense untruth, Tell Heckmaster’s talents have made him a valuable asset in the war against the duke of Hell, but watching his brothers settle down leaves him longing for a love of his own. He’s always kept a careful eye on Sylvie Duke, his sister-in-law’s kid sister. Precocious as a child, she blossoms into a stunning, independent woman as the years go by; the kind of woman Tell could see himself marrying.Sylvie is torn between the outside world and the feelings Tell awakens in her. She’s not sure she can follow in her sister’s image of saving a half-demon from himself. When a curse placed on Tell threatens to make him a dangerous pawn against his brothers, everything the Heckmasters have worked for could be undone. The only thing that might save him is Sylvie’s affection.

Contemporary Romance

One Pink Horseshoe

Lately Luke Macauley’s been riding herd on a bunch of greenhorns, which is a far cry from what his trailblazing cattle baron grandfather dreamed of for the Rowdy M. The books are slowly sinking into the red despite the switch from bovines to bored tourists, but Luke’s sister has a plan. She coerces him into auditioning for a television show where he’ll meet five women looking for love. He’s not so sure about the love part, but the paycheck is too good to pass up. If it means entertaining five desperate ladies and maybe a roll in the hay, he’s willing to spend a couple of months playing stud to the fillies. The catch is, to earn the prize money, he’ll have to present one of the women with a bejeweled horseshoe pendant, the producer’s idea of a cowboy equivalent to an engagement ring.

Make-up artist Carrie Raymond can’t believe her luck or her eyes when she’s given the job of prepping the women who will attempt to win the heart of a sexy cowboy bachelor. She’s none too impressed with the quality of the women the show’s producer has selected as Luke’s potential wife, but she’s immediately charmed by him and his dude ranch. He’s funny, hot, and cares about his family above all else.

But as Carrie and Luke find themselves breaking the show’s rules and in danger of breaching the contract that will solve the ranch’s financial troubles, they have to decide if love can be dictated by reality TV or even tougher to conquer real life.I’m a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.


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