Maggie Robinson
Sep 16
2014
The Unsuitable Secretary

One of the Best Books of 2014-Heroes and Heartbreakers

From the author of In the Heart of the Highlander, a romance proving that inappropriate desires can provide the most passionate encounters…

Harriet Benson takes her work at the Evensong Agency seriously, but lately, between convalescing from an illness and tending to her father and two young brothers, she’s had to shorten her hours. So when a promising position opens up for part time work, she immediately accepts, despite the fact that her new boss is scandalously indecent—and dangerously appealing.

Though his reputation paints him as a scoundrel, Sir … Read more »

Aug 19
2014
The Reluctant Governess

From the author of In The Arms of the Heiress, a seductive Edwardian romance about getting schooled in the ways of the heart—and desire…

As secretary for the renowned Evensong Agency, Eliza Lawrence is not the sort to lose her head. So when the boss’s bohemian brother-in-law is in need of a governess, she is willing to fill in temporarily while an acceptable replacement is found. She has no doubt she can maintain her morals regardless of her employer’s infamous charms.

Despite his bad reputation, Nicholas Raeburn is a man of honor. He considers himself perfectly fit to raise … Read more »

Oct 1
2013
In the Heart of the Highlander

Ever since Mary Evensong’s elderly Aunt Mim got sick, Mary’s masqueraded as the owner of the Evensong Agency, finding housemaids, husbands and solving pesky problems for the peerage. Someday she’d like to shake off her silvery wig and spectacles and be the young woman she truly is. But desperate clients are waiting for “Mrs. Evensong” at the office.

Like a scandalous Scottish baron. Honor forbids Lord Alec Raeburn from explaining the suspicious circumstances surrounding his wife’s death, but he knows who’s responsible. He just needs to hire an actress to lure the scoundrel into a trap.

After listening to Raeburn’s … Read more »

Jul 2
2013
In the Arms of the Heiress

Nominated for best sensual historical romance of the year by RT Book Reviews!

It’s all fun and games until someone falls in love…

Independent heiress Louisa Stratton is going home to Rosemont for the holidays, and at the family’s request, she’s bringing her new husband—Maximillian Norwich, art connoisseur and artful lover, the man she’s written of so glowingly. There’s one hitch—he doesn’t exist. Louisa needs a fake husband, and fast, to make the proper impression.

Charles Cooper, captain of the Boer War and far from silver spoons or gilded cages, is so hard up that even this crazy scheme … Read more »