The Louisiana Knights
Chivalry is alive and well in the sultry South!
Book 1, A Louisiana Knights Novel
Mandy wants only to be left alone—she knows nothing about the disappearance of her much older husband, and less about the thug who tried to abduct her. Forced to hide out in a backwater town, the last thing she needs is an overbearing deputy’s protection.
Lance, saddled with the protective instinct that goes with the name of Arthur’s most trusted knight, is stunned by his reaction to Mandy’s courage and beauty. But is he putting his life on the line for an innocent in danger—or for a Black Widow?
Book 2, A Louisiana Knights Novel
It’s payback, assigning Carla the job of writing the profile for her magazine’s Perfect Southern Gentleman contest winner; her boss knows she thinks the Southern Gentleman is a myth. So she’s supposed to do a hatchet job on this Redneck Romeo? Fine, she can handle it.
Beau would avoid the starchy lady editor and her magazine feature if he hadn’t promised to cooperate; he’s an ordinary guy, no matter how often the townsfolk set him up as a hero. Yet the closer he gets to Carla, the more he’d like to be the gentleman she needs….
Book 3, A Louisiana Knights Novel
Streetwise Zeni is suspicious of her snap discovery by the producer of the film being shot in sleepy Chamelot, Louisiana. Yet the chance to play a bit part is irresistible—especially as her annoying boss, bad boy Trey Benedict, thinks she can’t make the cut.
Trey will miss Zeni’s constant insults if she leaves town, but he’s not worried; she’s too unique to fit the star mold. His help with her makeover is part of a bet, nothing to be taken seriously. Why, then, is he risking matrimony and his neck to keep her near?
Book 4. A Louisiana Knights Holiday Novella
Home health nurse Donna Ingraham is determined to give her elderly patient, Granny Chauvin, the kind of real Christmas tree she recalls from the past. Hatchet in hand, Donna sets out to cut down the perfect specimen from an abandoned property.
Only the place’s brand-new owner, Jake Benedict, has earmarked the tree she’s eyeing for his special family party. And if he remembers the fiery kiss they shared as teenagers, he’s not letting on.
A freak accident involving Jake’s motorcycle, a rabbit and that hatchet makes Donna’s first aid skill necessary. Now Jake feels obliged to share his tree — and more.