Walls of Ash
Daughters of Rhineholt Book One
Tamsin Rhineholt is a stubborn and unconventional daughter of Rhineholt House. In a time when young ladies were bred to wed and follow orders, she finds herself faced with decisions that could lead her into the arms of love, or into danger. With the discovery of harrowing family secrets, Tamsin’s sweet dreams of her mother become dark, terrifying nightmares, warning her of the terrible things to come. A great mystery that surrounds her mother’s disappearance could be the key to the evil that pursues her, but when everything is snatched away, she falls into desperation that only one can save her from. Can he be her salvation, or will it be too late?
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The Widow’s Blessing
A Daughters of Rhineholt Novella
Annalice Hilbourne is a young girl when she is swept away to live in India while her father builds up his trade business in the shadow of the East India Company. Anna finds India to be a captivating and mysterious place and the people just as intriguing. She becomes friends with the daughter of her father’s right hand man. Isha is a clever and adventurous girl but her curiosity and Anna’s longing to explore leads them to places forbidden to them.
The Widow’s Blessing is both a sequel to Walls of Ash and a prequel to The Masque and the Mausoleum.
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The Masque and the Mausoleum (Coming Soon)
Daughters of Rhineholt Book Two
Annalice Hilbourne has returned to London to take her place at Rhineholt House, finally rebuilt after the fire that changed her mother forever. Her family welcomes her with great affection, and she is quickly thrust into the excitement of a London Season alongside her flamboyant cousin. While preparations are made for the Hilbourne Masquerade Ball, Anna soon discovers her father’s grave mistakes will cost her a dowry, as well as her mother’s ancestral home. Too clever to succumb to her losses, Annalice contrives a plan to keep what is rightfully hers, but her only strategy will force her into the arms of the man she despises. She begins her walk down an aisle of convenience, knowing the man who could save her family home may have been responsible for the death of his first wife.
In a story wrought with high stakes, and grand secrets, we find ourselves back in a forgotten world, where nothing seems to stay where it is placed. Paintings switch walls, jewels go missing, and the deadly history of Rhineholt House seems to have lived on. There are mysteries to unfold, but will Annalice solve the puzzle in time?