Open the window to the past and get lost in another time and place. A time when chivalry was still alive and well and heroes fought to their death for the hand of a fair maiden.
That’s what Evernight’s historicals are all about! Who can resist the pomp and circumstance of an arrogant duke, a rakish prince, a dangerous pirate or a sexy as sin cowboy?
Here’s just a sizzling sample of what we have to offer...
Forced to find her way in the harsh port city of Latúk after being cast out of the only home she's ever known, Lily finds that her sheltered life has not prepared her to face the cruel hardships ahead.
When Miss Siena offers her a place to stay, Lily accepts without hesitation. Morgan, a brooding male working in the kitchen, tries his domineering best to drive her away. His efforts only increase her growing attraction to him. It's not until the Winter Solstice nears that Lily realizes his efforts to make her flee were to save her from the same fate as every worker at the Fox Hunt Inn.
Now Lily's virginity is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Will she allow Miss Siena to sell her off or will Lily find the strength to give all of herself to the one man who truly loves her?
Catherine is in despair. Her brother has lost a wager and the prize is her. The winner is the one person she dare not be in thrall to. How will she cope?
Brook suggests they wager on the outcome of the previous bet, but he intends to win.
What happens is more than either of them anticipates.
Victoria cannot even muster a smile on her wedding day. Her groom is handsome, titled, and wealthy, and her marriage will save her family from financial ruin, but she is still saddened when she contemplates the long, loveless years ahead of her.
Bastian never intended to marry, but he gives in to his father’s scheme because the more he thinks about the bride, the more he wants to capture her heart. He sweeps her into his arms at the reception, determined to make her smile and laugh, though he only manages to make her blush and stare at him incredulously.Was he wrong to believe he could turn a marriage of convenience into a love match? Or does another man already hold the heart of his reluctant b