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Feel the Drama

Feel the Drama

3 novels & a bonus short story collection!

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An unimaginable love followed by a heartbreaking tragedy, then learning to pick up the pieces and love again.

A gripping family saga that will hold you captive till the very last page.

A father who must settle his daughters before his death, and the lengths he will go to to achieve his aims.

Be ready to laugh, cry, rage, and fall in love.

Read these books if you like: 

  • Epic family sagas
  • Arranged marriage
  • Finding your way through difficult situations
  • Once-in-a-generation loves
  • Honorable heroes
  • Lonely billionaires
  • Age gap romance 
  • Widow finding love again


This Bundle Includes:

✔️ On Equal Ground

✔️ Sons of Pemberley

✔️ Unwilling

✔️ Bonus! Meryton Vignettes

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On Equal Ground

Winter, 1807

“What did you think of Miss Grange?”
“She was as expected.”
“And what does that mean?”
“It means she was terribly dull, if I may say so of a lady.”
“You may. What of Mrs. Carteret?”
“Calculating eyes.”
“Miss Thornton?”
“Too stupid by half.”
“Lady Leticia Worthington?”
Alfred sighed and threw his hands up. “Really, Robert, it wouldn’t hurt you to be moderately helpful.”
“Ah, helpful, what an interesting word. And what exactly am I supposed to be helping with, cousin?” Robert leaned back in his chair and sipped his brandy slowly.
“You know what! You need a wife!”
“I’ve had a wife. Two, as a matter of fact. I see no need for another.”
Alfred looked stricken. “What are you saying?”
“I’m saying I will not marry to please the family. Not again.”
“Not marry!” he spluttered. “You need an heir!”
“I have twice married ladies of considerable rank and fortune. I have had three heirs, and they have joined their mothers in the churchyard. No, I have no desire to do it all again.”
“Who will inherit if you do not have a child?”
“My nephew may inherit if it comes to that. He’s a fine boy.”
“But, but…” his cousin trailed off.
“I am sorry to disappoint you, but I have decided to live life on my own terms. I have been a slave to duty these thirty years and now my life will finally be my own.”
His cousin looked at him with suspicion. “You’re not going to marry a milkmaid, are you?”
He laughed. “You do say the most ridiculous things! Where would I even meet a milkmaid?” He chuckled again. “At the barn, I suppose,” he added thoughtfully.
Alfred looked at him seriously after the laughter died down.
“Just promise me you won’t do anything too rash,” he said.
“Define rash,” answered Robert. At Alfred’s exasperated expression, he had mercy on his cousin. “I won’t do anything disastrous, you have my word.”
“No milkmaids?”
“No milkmaids.”

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