Her Forgotten Mate
When Eliza takes a position as a healer in the Red Timber Wolves Pack, she has no idea that she is close to the man who once stole her heart. James, the devoted Alpha, is shocked to see Eliza, the simple country woman who broke his heart three years be-fore. James still loves her, and is shocked to discover that Eliza does not remember him, their engagement…or their passionate love affair.
“James just could not understand. She remembered everything of their story, of their short life together. Elizabeth remembered their meeting, she remembered everything he’d told her, she even remembered the name he’d given her to call him.
But why, when the first thing she had ever known about him was how he looked, could she not remember his face?
James thought of jealousy at the persona he had created in her mind, of the wolf that now had a life of its own and an identity different to him. A wolf that now commanded Elizabeth’s loyalty even after years of absence.
A wolf that, apparently, no longer looked like him.
James felt a rush of irrational jealousy for his past self, his self that could act without consequence, that could love his mate without fear.
James stopped Elizabeth’s path, turned her to him and pulled her into his arms, kissing her deeply.”
The Lost Heiress and the Secret Billionaire
When down on her luck Abigail is approached outside her job, she has no idea that she has been located by her father…who happens to be a billionaire. She moves into her father’s large home and finds herself targeted by her nasty stepmother and scheming half-sister. As Abigail adjusts to her new life of wealth and privilege, she will meet Mark, the handsome gardener that’s hiding a massive secret. Will Abigail find her place in a world of glittering parties and cut throat business deals, or will she return to her old life with a new love?
"Mark laughed, loud and happy. She felt it echo through him, and vibrate against her. And Abigail laughed along with him, for the first time since she’d come there.
And also for the first time since she’d come and lived with her father, she felt well and truly at peace.
Sitting in the middle of his uncared for forest, on a rock that supposed to be uprooted from the ground, laughing, curled into his gardener."