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Tabloid reporter Annabelle Tinker couldn't have made it up. Her sister lies in a psychiatric ward, claiming her boyfriend was abducted from her arms by aliens. Complicating matters, the boyfriend's handsome brother, Gaelen Riley, seems determined to find his brother by romancing Annabelle.
University professor Gaelen Riley is most happy with his books, trying to forget his true fairy nature, until his little brother's unfortunate attraction to a mortal woman threatens Faerie's very existence. Gaelen has no choice but to intervene to protect them from the punishment required by such a forbidden dalliance.
But Gaelen didn't count the enchantment of Annabelle Tinker, who makes him remember what he is, renewing his own sense of wonder. Wings unfurled, Gaelen and Annabelle take on the fairy establishment, a spurned pixie, fairy mercenaries and a lecherous fairy king to save their siblings. . .and their own chance at love.
The Lady's Pirate
It suited half-Cherokee, half-Scot pirate Hal Merritt to abduct and murder the wife of his enemy for her part in her husband’s crimes. But instead of a knowing accomplice, he finds an innocent young countess, not yet awakened to her sensuality.
Elspeth, Countess Greymere, had hoped her arranged marriage would be a comfortable one, but experienced only brutality at her husband’s hands. She finds an unlikely protector in the man sent to kill her.
Aboard his pirate ship, Hal shows Elspeth the adventure of the sea and the greater adventure of love, but they are pursued by Elspeth’s slave-trading husband who will stop at nothing to get her and her fortune back.
Type Ebooks - Romance