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About Caroline Lee
USA Today bestselling author Caroline Lee has been reading romance for so long that her fourth-grade teacher used to make her cover her books with paper jackets, but it wasn't until she (mostly) grew up that she realized she could WRITE it too. So she did.
Caroline is living her own little Happily Ever After in NC with her husband, sons, and daughter Princess Wiggles. She liked to brag that she made it all the way through grad school (her second history degree) without knowing how to touch-type; she taught herself to type only a few years ago and APPARENTLY lesrned imcorrectly--learned incorrectly, a fact which she’s only now realizing, as other authors point and laugh. Caroline adores rodents, goes through laptops like Pez, and never met a whisk(e)y she didn't like. She’s also pretty funny in person. Promise.
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Ash Barker and his brother had just about built their ranch into a success, when he went and busted his arm trying to tame a particularly nasty mustang. Now they’re headed into Cheyenne’s harsh winter with fewer hands and a very real danger of failure. They need someone else—anyone else—out there with them, to make it through this season.
Molly Murray’s dream of owning her own bakery went up in flames with the Great Chicago Fire. She’s been supporting her younger sisters for the last four years, and it seems like the Cheyenne wilderness might be her last chance to give them all a real home. But no one will hire her... until she meets the intimidatingly masculine, incredibly handsome, and very desperate Ash Barker.
Can their unique families blend in time to celebrate their first real Cheyenne Christmas?
Fall in love with the series that reviewers are calling "heartwarming", "realistically sweet" and full of "lovable characters"!
Heat Level: 1 out of 5 (very sweet) Suitable for all audiences
Lady Coira, eldest daughter of mad Laird Oliphant, knows she deserves more than what she has. Oh, not love and marriage—the only man whom she finds vaguely attractive is the clan’s taciturn and infuriating Commander, and she has no interest in a man telling her what to do. Nay, what she wants is responsibility, control of the clan she’s overseen for so long.
As the Oliphant Commander, Doughall Moray has worked beside Lady Coira for years. He has the utmost respect for her and her abilities, and knows she can do anything she puts her mind to. But the budding friendship between Coira and his daughter Bess is enough to make Doughall wince; it’s bad enough he must tamp down his admiration—or more accurately, lust—when he’s working with her…but now he has to pretend indifference while she’s in his home?
But Bess is a lively lass, and when her loving heart lands her in the kind of trouble no father should experience, Doughall is lucky to have an unexpected alley. Can Coira and Doughall put aside their differences for the sake of Bess? When Laird Oliphant falls ill and is officially ready to declare an heir, Coira is going to have to choose between the clan she’s always protected and the family she’s coming to love.
Warning: This one is no less ridiculous than the previous six books! Get ready for the laugh-out-loud conclusion to the Oliphant Sisters’ saga, full of fun, silly jokes, and plenty of spicy bits!
Evander Oliphant is one of the King’s Hunters—those feared and respected enforcers of Royal Justice. When he’s handed this latest warrant right before Yule, he doesn’t expect it to be for a woman. And for certes, he didn’t expect to take one look at her and fall head-over-heels in love.
This is going to make arresting her super awkward.
All Lady Ysabel Duncan wants is to improve her clan’s morale a bit this Yule season. They’re half-starved and downtrodden, so the least she can do is give them a bit of holiday cheer. But the mysterious stranger who just dropped, half-frozen, on their doorstep is doing all of that by himself…while keeping secrets from her.
The problem is, Ysabel knows her future is tied to his. How can she expect to save her clan and her hope for a Happily Ever After once she discovers his true mission in her home? This holiday season just got a lot more ridiculous!
Warning: Yule have to accept plenty of puns (ha!), silly jokes, and particularly naughty scenes in this special holiday addition to the laugh-out-loud medieval romcom series you love!
It is vital Lady Georgia Stoughton finds a way to pay her father’s debt, but the cursed man who owns it refuses her money. So when she offers herself in repayment, the devil with the body of an angel calls her bluff…and signs the contract. Now she belongs to him, body and soul, until the last hour of December.
Lord Edymion, Demon Hayle, wants two things in his life: seclusion, and revenge on the man who scarred him so horribly, making him unfit for Society. The first is going perfectly fine until a brash beauty pushes her way into his life, and before he can kick her out the door, offers the second. Lady Georgia’s father is the key to his revenge, but this contract is so much sweeter: the use of Georgia’s body, whenever and however he wants her, for the next month.
It's going to be a Hayle of a holiday season.
Georgia can’t regret the arrangement that made her Demon’s, not when she has free run of his castle, library, and neglected rose garden. And as she becomes addicted to the pleasure he shows her in the bedroom (and study, and conservatory, and once up against the wall in the linen closet), she begins to doubt her own plans.
Then comes the letter with the announcement Demon has just unexpectedly become a duke. Well, blast. Is he ready for London? It’s up to Georgia now, but as the end of December looms nearer, Demon’s revenge is slipping from his grasp…
Warning: There’s a lot of spicy bits...and hilarious servants, a stubborn cat, more gardening than you’d expect in December, and still more spicy bits. Get ready to laugh out loud with another Caroline Lee HistRomCom!
For years, he was known only as Blackrose’s Blade, an elite assassin in the employ of the Crown. But after a mission cost him the use of his leg, Rourke Lindsay has unexpectedly inherited a dukedom…and along with it, the headache of a pair of hellion twins. His niece and nephew have been kicked out of every school he’s sent them to and scared off every governess he’s hired. Now, he’s in dire need of a miracle.
He just didn’t expect her to be quite so tempting.
Needing a safe place to hide, Miss Sophia Cuny has forged her references and settled into the Duke of Exingham’s employ, unwilling to admit she knows next to nothing about children. (How hard can child-rearing be, after all? Perhaps there’s a book on the subject she could send off for.) She does, however, know all about the Duke’s painful past and why the cynical warrior refuses to allow himself close to a pair of rapscallion troublemakers, no matter how desperately they need his love.
The longer she tries to avoid the new duke, the more she sees the man beneath the scars—the man who needs love as well—even if he’s unwilling to admit it. Too bad she can’t afford to allow him into her heart, even as the danger she’s running from closes in.
Because Sophia possesses secrets about his past even Rourke doesn’t know, and revealing the truth will ruin them all.
Warning: There are a lot of spicy bits and plenty of laugh-out-loud moments! If you like broodingly stoic heroes, determinedly adorkable heroines, and mischievously meddling kids, then scroll back up to that pretty orange “Read Now” button and grab this first book in a brand-new, laugh-out-loud (and super steamy) Caroline Lee RomCom!
Circumstances dictate that Serena Selkirk must choose between two very different men for a husband: her coarsely handsome rancher neighbor, and a sophisticated and urbane Cheyenne schoolteacher.
Cam MacLeod and Sebastian Carderock embody opposing aspects of success in Wyoming, but both types of men are necessary for the Territory to become a state. And while Wyoming’s future hangs in the balance, so does Serena’s. She’ll have to decide between pragmatism and her dreams, but only one man will be able to make her truly happy.
It will take a Fourth-of-July showdown for Serena to realize what her heart—and her future—really desires.
Heat Level: 0 out of 5 (very sweet)
Suitable for all audiences
While all books in the Sweet Cheyenne Quartet can be read alone (in no particular order), this book features secondary characters that you fell in love with in A Cheyenne Christmas.
Lady Nicola Oliphant is her clan’s healer…and she needs a break. After years of being at the beck and call of her mother’s (mostly imaginary) illnesses—which are getting more and more ridiculous—Nicola jumps at a chance to escape. Even if that means spending a month in a far-off convent full of accident-prone nuns who need her healing skills.
But once there, she’s met with a patient she can’t afford to heal.
Ramsay doesn’t remember who he is, and it’s damned galling. All he knows was that he was delivered to the convent of St. Dorcas the Ever Petulant after being attacked and left for dead. Now the warrior is mostly healed, but his head still aches fiercely whenever he tries to remember the details of the attack…or anything beyond his given name.
Nicola recognizes Ramsay McIlvain, but since he has reason to hate her clan, she hesitates to confess his identity. But she’s a healer. Can she, in good conscience, hold back the information he needs to mend? And the attraction between them is difficult to deny, what with all the kissing and rubbing being done—all in the name of recovery, of course!
When the pair of them set out on a mission to save a helpless bairn, Nicola knows she has to confess the truth. But how will Ramsay react once he’s surrounded by his clan—where he belongs?
Warning: The medical practices in this story are preposterous…but to be fair, so are a lot of the maladies. Get ready for another hilarious medieval romcom, full of naughty “remedies” and fun!
Wendy Murray thinks she knows all about True Love; after all, she is a successful romance novelist. But life in the big city is more complicated than she expected, and now she has a terrible secret… A secret that’s kept her from going home to Nate. But when he shows up on her doorstep only a few days before Christmas, she knows that she can’t hide any longer.
She might know all there is to know about writing romances, but Nate is determined to teach Wendy that “Happily Ever After” isn’t just a phrase out of one of her books. Things can never go back to the way they were… but with a little magic of the Christmas season, maybe they can be even better.
Heat Level: 1.5 out of 5 (sweet)
Suitable for all audiences
While all books in the Sweet Cheyenne Quartet can be read alone (in no particular order), this book features characters introduced in A Cheyenne Christmas.
Citrine is the last Sinclair Jewel left with any chance to save her clan, and she's not about to fail them. But when she’s a victim of mistaken identity and taken prisoner by a gorgeous—and completely maddening—pirate captain, Citrine is afraid she’s missed her opportunity. She discovers the Black Banner holds one of her family’s long-lost jewels, and he refuses to tell her why. Could their pasts--and futures--be somehow connected?
Rory MacLeod is the youngest son of a powerful laird and is happy to let others rule as he spends his life at sea…as the Scourge of the Minch, the fierce pirate known as the Black Banner. When his father signs a betrothal contract with the Sinclair laird, Rory has no intention of following through with it. Little does he realize the beautiful firebrand he’s just kidnapped is the woman he’s supposed to marry!
Together, Citrine and the Black Banner might be able to solve one mystery…but the real threat to the future of the Sinclairs is back at home.
A lifetime of secrets, a hidden identity, and a bitter hatred will all come to light in this final piece of the gripping Sinclair Jewels saga!
Warning: Scorching hot Highlander romance!
Christmas Wishes: Molly struggles with her toddler's feelings towards his new baby brother and her sister's decision to leave for St. Louis. Meanwhile, she's determined to create the perfect Christmas for all of them... but can Mothers really do everything?
[Note: this story has appeared in publication in the Christmas Caring Anthology of 2015]
Spring Fever: Wendy aches to become a mother, but their efforts have ended in heartbreak so far. Is there anything Nate can say to convince her that it isn't either of their faults, so that he can enjoy the spring with his wife?
Summer Lovin': Tess knows she still has a month to go in this pregnancy, so when the contractions start, she doesn't want to alarm her precious family. But with Cam's love and support, she'll learn that to appreciate God's blessings she needs to first go through Hell.
Heat Level: 0 out of 5
References to infertility and childbirth
Book 5 of the Sweet Cheyenne Quartet
Except for one small detail: Tess refuses to give him her love.
Widowed even before her son was born, Tess Kitchens has had to remain strong for so long. Cam’s offer of marriage means a partnership, support, and—finally—a place to belong. But her new husband wants something more than she can give him, and she doesn’t know what it is.
If he can convince her that they were made for each other before the end of November, they'll both have a reason to be truly thankful.
Heat Level: 1.5 out of 5 (sweet)
Suitable for most audiences
While all books in the Sweet Cheyenne Quartet can be read alone (in no particular order), this book features characters introduced in A Cheyenne Celebration.
Reggie knows what it’s like to feel like you don’t belong someplace. He was born and raised among the Fifth Avenue elite, but is only barely tolerated these days. His friends and family don’t understand how he can spend all of his time treating the city’s poor at his clinic, or what he could possibly see in his brother’s little deaf student. But the more time he spends in Annie’s company, the more intrigued he is by her strength, determination, and compassion.
Just when the two of them figure they’ve reached an understanding, they get the worst possible news from Annie’s family in Cheyenne. Now they’re stuck together in a mad dash across the country, dreading what they’ll find at the end. It’s a crummy way to spend Christmas Eve, and Reggie knows that he might lose her forever when they reach their destination. He’ll need to figure out a way to show her that he can see her for who she truly is.
Which is good, because all she wants for Christmas is for him to hear the words she’s not saying.
Heat Level: 1.5 out of 5 (sweet)
Book 6 in the Sweet Cheyenne Quartet.