1. Pursued by the Knight
Blurb: Princess Georgianna has given up on the possibility of love. Her kingdom is starving, her people dying, and the responsibility of saving them falls on the shoulders of the young princess. Georgianna accepts the dismal future that is sure to come with her union to the cruel, yet wealthy, Prince Lisben.
But when she is seduced into an impulsive affair with the demanding Knight General Braden and it becomes more than she believed possible, she suddenly finds herself fleeing under his protection. Georgianna must rely on Braden to protect her body, but who will protect her heart?
What people are saying: “There are a lot of surprises that make this story a worthwhile read…” “I thought the balance between story and erotica was spot on. Braden and Lisbon were both rounded and believable characters – No spoilers but I loved the twist at the end. ”
2. Possessed by the Knight
Blurb: Kalista has gone from rags to riches. She preferred rags – at least she understood that world. Fate has turned things upside down and she needs someone to cling to, someone like the powerful Knight Caldwell. But when Caldwell pretends she doesn’t exist and his brother comes calling in times of trouble, whom can she trust? Whose love will prove true in the end?
What people are saying: “I really enjoyed this medieval adventure story. Kalista is a wonderful character – strong, brave, determined, yet vulnerable. Her interactions and the relationship with Caldwell were so very dynamic, even though I did want to knock Caldwell upside the head a time or two! I loved the action, the romance, the intrigue, and the humor that Caldwell’s brother Edward instilled.”
3. Protected by the Knight
Blurb: Sir Edward Caldwell is not the type of knight to entertain notions of love. He has seen how little it takes to break a vow, and refuses to ever end up the fool. So when he’s ordered to protect a visiting princess, he seizes the opportunity to add a royal notch to his bedpost. What he never expected was that the princess would be just as much of a player as he is.
Princess Lotte has mere weeks before her arranged marriage is to take place and, despite her personal guard’s wishes, plans to spend that time experiencing everything life has to offer. Luckily, fate sends her just the knight for the job. But when she finds herself over his knee, with her heart on her sleeve, she realizes she’s playing a dangerous game – without knowing the rules.
What people are saying: “I just finished reading this. Sadie is a natural story teller… the kind that keeps you hungry turning each page. The chemistry between the principle characters was spot on and her humor perfectly balanced. There were a couple of lines that had me laughing out loud but this did not detract from the erotic action. A truly good read.”
4. Pleased by the Knight
Blurb: Gia knows she is luckier than most. When she was purchased by the king of Atvia as a child, she wasn’t turned into a slave. Instead, she was cherished, and when she came of age, she became the king’s most trusted knight – as well as Hora. As such, she is responsible for training the potential brides and keeping up the morale of the men. Sure, any wrong deed may land her in Discipline Plaza with her bottom in the air, but even that is for her own good.
When a foreign prince arrives, the king asks Gia to fulfill another task; to determine the honesty of the outsider. It is an assignment she readily accepts.
Prince Corbin can’t wait to exit Atvia the moment he arrives there. It is hot, unforgiving land – that is, until he catches sight of the sexiest woman he has ever seen. She gives him the night of his life; one he unfortunately can’t fully enjoy, as the drug she slips him causes him to pass out. The next morning, he is furious and demands retribution. He soon discovers that they do things a little differently in Atvia…
Can he really spank this beautiful woman in public? And, more importantly, once he starts, will he ever be able to stop?
What people are saying: “I really enjoyed this book. Good dialog, exciting plot. The punishments were severe but appropriate in the context of the story. They fell in love quickly but deeply. It is a short book but it packs a punch. I was left wanting more.”