More Than Simple Magic
English student Kari Jensen walks through the kitchen door to her living room and ends up in medieval Norway in a peasant dirndl, scratchy stockings and heavy clogs.
Workaholic Max Jensen drives into his garage late one night and finds himself transported to medieval Norway, transformed into a speaking polar bear. What the...?
Animals talk in Scandinavian fairy tales, so Kari isn't surprised when a fox appears at her side and tells her what she has to do to get home again. She just has to figure out what story she's in first, and when she finds the male protagonist, she'll know. Then she meets a huge polar bear, Max, and they form a friendship and work toward getting home.
The only problem is, Kari desperately wants to see Max's human side, so she drops candle wax on Max while he's sleeping so she can see what he looks like without his polar bear skin. And in that instant, everything disappears and she has to figure out how to bring Max back to her, so they can find their way home together
To Kiss a Fish
Sam Madison's life was boring and she liked it that way.
Her brother and Ben Snow provided her enough excitement to last her a lifetime. Ben Snow had been her first love and she'd tucked his memory safely away in her heart. But when her boss sends her back to Snow Lake to participate in the yearly fishing contest, she knows she'll have to face her past- including Ben Snow.
Ben Snow, now an attorney and way out of her league, shows up with his high society fiance, who spells trouble wherever she goes. He's never forgotten his best friend's little sister, but never expected her to grow up to be the girl of his dreams.
Ben's sister, Annie, Sam's best friend, offers to re-teach Sam how to fish so she can at least make a tolerable showing at the contest. But it's Ben who undertakes the task of calming Sam's fears about water and what's underneath. It he could teach her about fishing, could she teach him about love?
Her Secret Duke
Lady Anne Hamilton was at loose ends. Beautiful, intelligent, multi-talented, she shone like a star in London society, but when her father retires from the intelligence department of the War Office, the decision to move to his country estate leaves her with few options for her future. She could bea companion to her father, live a solitary life buried in good works, or marry. But she wanted to marry for love, not because of her family wealth.
Peter Anthony is shocked to inherit a dukedom, moving instantly from rags to riches. Tall, powerfully built, handsome, and born to command, he is suddenly noticed by matchmaking mamas, but has decided to keep his secret as long as possible in the hopes of finding true love.
Lady Anne might be the perfect match, and he asks her father to help him find out if she could love him rich or poor. Her father thinks such a test would be good for Anne. But Peter's distant cousin Cynthia has designs on Peter herself and will do anything to make Anne look bad. And it might be enough to sabotage the perfect match.