Alberic lays claim to the castle of his fallen enemy, and is immediately confronted with the three sisters left behind—one of whom he must chose as his wife. He is irrevocably drawn to the lovely, spirited Gwendolyn de Leon, a vixen who confounds and challenges him at every turn. But marry her he will, for his body, mind and heart refuses to desire any other woman.
Gwendolyn’s only hope for deliverance is to remove an ancient, spell-bound ring—once worn by her father— from Alberic of Chester’s finger. Surely, he cannot be the man with whom she is intended to share a magical sacred duty. But the ring won’t budge. And the powerful attraction to the handsome, sensual warrior cannot be denied. How can she like, much less love, the man who slew her brother in battle?
"Anton creates a spell that keeps her readers captured."
Mercenary Darian of Bruges stands before the angry king of England, accused of murder, unable to defend himself. Rescue arrives in the form of a woman he doesn’t know, who sacrifices her good name in his defense – and ends up as the wife he’s never wanted. But beautiful, mystical Emma de Leon somehow believes him to be a better man than he is, and that he might want to strive to be, for no more reward than her love.
Emma is compelled to save the dark-eyed, glowering mercenary. Her visions never lie. Darian will become her skillful lover, his strong hands stoking her body, igniting unquenchable desire. While her psychic gift has revealed that their lovemaking must come to pass, it has disclosed nothing of their life thereafter. For the possibility of a powerful love, can she risk an uncertain future?
"Passion and magic beautifully merge."
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Magic #3 (Formerly Magic in His Kiss)
A bard of renown and warrior of repute, Rhodri ap Daffyd’s current duty is to steal Nicole de Leon away from the English king’s wardship and deliver her to a Welsh uncle. Their journey is fraught with peril, both from the soldiers who hunt them and his growing admiration for the willful, desirable sprite with an intriguing psychic ability that his music seems to affect.
Nicole knows that exchanging the king’s wardship for her uncle’s guardianship won’t give her more control over her future. But accepting the protection of the handsome, persuasive bard seems so right, so natural. Surely, his music’s calming effect on the ghosts she encounters means she and Rhodri were meant to be together. Even though she fears duty will tear them apart, she can’t help be lured by the magic in his music – and his kiss.
"...the well-drawn backdrop adds depth and dimension to [Anton's] entertaining story."