(3 book series)
From Book 1: Read the stunning series based on the de Wolfe Pack book, THE LION OF THE NORTH
It is the tempestuous time of the Wars of the Roses and, as the Lancasters and the Yorks battle for the Crown, Lady Desiderata de Mandeviel is caught in the games men play in their lust for power and privilege. Contracted to wed from birth, she welcomes a union with the love of her life, the greatest lancer in England, Titus Saint-Germain. When her father delivers news of her betrothed’s untimely demise, and demands she marry another, Desi must choose between her heart’s desire and family loyalty. Will Desi trust her instincts or yield to paternal authority?
Harboring a secret, the truth of his parentage, imparted by his mother on her deathbed, Titus Saint-Germain finds himself trapped between two warring factions with no escape. A loyal Yorkist, the warrior knight serves with distinction and valor, until his own men, in the heat of battle, betray him. It is a scene eerily similar to the one that claimed the life of his father, the great Titus de Wolfe, at Towton, with a singular exception. Help arrives in the form of an unlikely ally—an uncle unaware of his brother’s progeny. Will Titus resist fate and deny his destiny, or will the Lone Wolfe, at long last, journey home to the Lair?
From Book 2:
Can love triumph over hate?
In the Year of Our Lord 1497, an estimated fifteen thousand rebels march from Cornwall to London to protest the King’s taxes levied to pay for the war against the Scots. Lady Senara Arscott is a Cornish born beauty caught in the games men play. After her father and her fiancé revolt against the Crown, her family is stripped of its heritage, its fortune, its home, and its title. To reinforce His Majesty’s political connections, she is forced to wed the enemy, a man known only as De Wolfe.
When untrained and poorly armed revolutionists confront the Sire’s professional soldiers at the Battle of Blackheath, one man, a fierce warrior, claims countless lives in the heat of conflict. The firstborn of Titus and Desiderata, Arsenius De Wolfe successfully defends the realm and is rewarded with a new title, an estate, and a highborn wife. In short, Arsenius wins everything Senara lost, but can he claim her heart?
From Book 3:
A de Wolfe never falters, even when love beckons…
In the Year of Our Lord 1497, an estimated fifteen thousand rebels march from Cornwall to London to protest the King’s taxes levied to pay for the war against the Scots. Lady Rosenwyn Burville finds herself caught in the middle of two powerful entities, when she is given in marriage, to the enemy, as a spoil of war. She loses her home, her legacy, and her father. Will she surrender her heart?
Sir Titus De Wolfe, son of Atticus and Isobeau, defends the Crown and is awarded a title, an estate, and a bride, none of which he wants. As the heir of the great Lion of the North makes his own mark in a world that respects naught but violence, his father insists the greatest reward is neither wealth nor prestige. Rather, love is the greatest gift of all. Titus resolves to uphold the family legacy, until the incomparable warrior meets the one challenge he has never confronted–an unyielding bride.