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About Sherry Gloag
Best-selling author Sherry Gloag now lives in the beautiful East Anglian countryside in the UK. She spent her childhood in Scotland before moving to the Midlands of England.
After cutting her writing teeth with contemporary romance, Sherry tried her hand at light paranormal in her 2nd book of The Gasquet Princes series, His Chosen bride. Her next adventure, writing Regency stories, produced her best-selling novel, Vidal's Honor.
When she's not writing, Sherry enjoys walking gardening and her crystal craft work. "It's bit like writing :-) When you're in the 'zone' everything just flows. It's a great feeling."
For more details visit her website at https://www.facebook.com/sherry.gloag
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“What is your plan?” he demanded.
“To get laid!” Astonishment pushed her away from the chair, her eyes wide, her lips curved up in a defiant sneer. “I intend to find myself a man and screw the living daylights out of him. And,” she paused deliberately, “I don’t need you for that.”
Sparks…and arrows, fly when Ryan Thomas meets his daughter’s headmistress, Tina Blackberry. It all goes downhill when Sheila Thomas takes her father’s golden arrow to school. Nor does it help when Cupid hits The Wrong Target.
“I gave you fair warning,” Ned roared back. “Now you pay.” He stepped forward and grabbed a flaming torch from one of his followers.
“You heard my wife, Granger.” Julian reined in beside Deb, his voice more deadly for its lack of volume. “You touch one straw of this land and you will live to regret it.”
Ned Granger fell back a step, the blood draining from his face. Julian watched the man’s skin blotch and pale. Then Ned’s eyes filled with evil glee.
“Do you take me for a fool?” Ned Granger stepped up to Julian’s horse and pushed the flaming torch into the animal’s face. “Married! She’s not married to any man; she’s a frigid bitch who couldn’t whelp for her own husband. This land belongs to us. No woman’s fit to run an estate, and since she’s got no brats to leave it to, it should come to us.”
Before the command reached his brain, Julian’s whip hand slashed down at the man’s head and sent him reeling backwards. “Do not speak of my wife in those terms. Now get off our land and don’t come back.” He watched the cluster of men standing to one side and wondered whether they intended to fight for their master or turn tail and run. “And that goes for you, too.” He set his agitated horse in their direction.
They turned and ran.
“This is not the end of it,” Ned screeched. He lobbed the torch into the air and laughed when it landed on top of the Blacks’ roof, flames greedily ripping over the thatched surface. “You won’t stop me. And you can’t be everywhere.” He loped off as a scream came from within the house. Julian turned towards the sound in time to see his wife run into the burning building.
“Ms. Gloag's writing is stylish, gentle (given the subject-matter), almost poetic at times and she manages to engage the reader's emotions with apparently little effort.”
Will their past tear them apart? Or will their love triumph over adversity?
When someone starts digging into her past Gina Williams is determined to discover whether it is Ben Kouvaris, the son of her childhood tormentor, or a more sinister ghost from her past.
Ben can’t deny his attraction to the beautiful woman at his estranged mother’s funeral. When his father orders him to find a bride immediately Ben’s thoughts turn to her. He starts digging for background information, but is it sometimes it’s better to ‘let sleeping dogs lie,” or to face ghosts from the past and challenge the consequences?
How can one ring become embroiled in a catalog of lies, theft, broken promises, unrealistic demands and--love?
Noelle McBride vows to walk away from her inheritance when she learns the ring her mother promised would be hers now comes with strings...no, more like ropes, attached.
Reed Tanner is within a whisker of recovering the ring stolen from his Grandma until he learns about the conditions that will guarantee its return to his family.
Rafe Hawk refuses to accept the inheritance, of a large English estate, and the title that goes with it, after his birth father’s death because the man chose duty over the woman he loved and their son.
And when he finds himself temporarily living at Kinsale Hall, he’s not prepared to trust anyone associated with the place, including Trudi Delaney and her daughter.
So why, when he looks into their eyes, does he suddenly remember a woman who vanished without a trace after saving his life one stormy night ten years earlier?
Now he could destroy hers.
Something more than the handsome American’s instant dislike of her, disturbs Trudi Delaney. Why, when he’d come to design some chalets for her, does he spend so much of his time in areas of Kinsale Hall off-limits to visitors?
Trudi, who is still plagued with nightmares of her entrapment in a brutal five year marriage where she was held a prisoner of her cruel and psychotic husband, has been a single parent for more a decade. Eleven years after the night she and an unidentified man barely escaped with their lives, Trudi is still unable to remember the hours she spent with this stranger—the hours in which her beautiful daughter was conceived. Now, more than a decade later, she is confronted by another stranger. Will this one destroy everything she holds dear?