Dangerous Secrets

DangerousSecrets_200x300-200x300 When a little brown wren of an Englishwoman bursts into Jamie Heyworth’s private Hell and asks for help he mistakes her for the black crow of death.  Why not? He fled to Rome and sits in despair with nothing left to sell and no reason to get up in the morning. Behind him lie disgrace, shame, and secrets he is desperate to keep.

Nora Haley comes to Rome at the bidding of her dying brother who has an unexpected legacy. Never in her sunniest dreams did Nora expect Robert to leave her a treasure, a tiny black eyed niece with curly hair and warm hugs. Nora will do anything to keep her, even hire a shabby, drunken major as an interpreter.

Jamie can’t let Nora know the secrets he has hidden from everyone, even his closest friends. Nora can’t trust any man who drinks. She had enough of that in her marriage. Either one, however, will dare anything for the little imp that keeps them together, even enter a sham marriage to protect her.


Five stars! Crowned Heart for Excellence

Ah. No tower. The niece is imprisoned in a—Good Lord!
“You are taking me to a convent?” he gasped.
“Of course.”
“I must have been ‘much the worse for drink’ indeed, if I agreed to that.”
“You did agree. You gave me your word,” she insisted.

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5 thoughts on “Dangerous Secrets

  1. Why does Nora say she is Mrs. Charles Haley in Chapter 1 but her husband is referred to as Edmund throughout the rest of the book? I really enjoyed this series, by the way, and am looking forward to beginning the next.

    • OMG No one ever pointed that out to me before. A book can go through 4-5 rounds of editing by me, a half dozen beta readers, and a thorough edit with my editor at Soul Mate Publishing, and these niggling details STILL crop up. SIGH. I will report it. Thanks for telling me you are enjoying the books. I hope you read A Dangerous Nativity!

  2. Actually, I read Nativity before starting Rand, Fred and Charles’s series and I’m glad I did!

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