The Golden Key Chronicles (Book 1)
The key would unlock his future and the safety of his kingdom, but he never imagined the sorceress would unlock his heart…
When antiques restorer, Rowena Lindstrom, purchases an armoire containing a hidden key and a “magic” mirror, she believes the handsome warrior prince on the other side has to be some sort of joke. But she can’t deny they seem connected by more than just the key and, as her love for Prince Caedmon grows, she agrees to join him in his realm. Prophecy intervenes in a way neither of them could have ever expected. Lost and alone in the Austiere Kingdom, Rowena struggles to find her place, and though she fights the heated advances of the dangerous Prince Caedmon, the attraction between them brings challenges much deeper than her troubled heart can recall.
After two torturous years held captive in the dungeons of Seviere’s Keep, Prince Caedmon returns home with more than just lash marks lacing his back. He now retains the secret behind the key, and is the only one who understands its grim connection to his beloved Rowena. Yet their enemies to the north are merely one of many obstacles determined to see them fail and, to escape the clutches of the evil Wizard Gaelleod, Rowena and Caedmon must flee to the future―the one place his worst fears are confirmed. Though Rowena’s memories have returned, everything he loves stands to be ripped from his grasp.
Join Caedmon and Rowena as they embark on an epic journey bound by fate, and struggle to unravel the significance behind an age-old prophecy in The Golden Key Chronicles.
The Golden Key Legacy (Book 2)
Since the day of her birth, Princess Faedrah Austiere has been defined by her place within the kingdom. As the single heir to the half-blood gypsy king and his prophesied white queen, she is fiercely protected, shuttered inside an ivory castle and well-trained in the art of war. Yet neither her obligations as future queen nor the black infestation threatening her kingdom fail to hinder the mysterious pull of the antique armoire hidden in her parents’ bedchamber. And stealing the golden key for a leap through time is the only way to confront the dark lord haunting her dreams.
One face. The image of one defiant, relentless woman has been stuck in Rhys McEleod’s head ever since he was old enough paint her luscious curves on the canvas. But the day she walks into his life off the street–sexier than hell and itching for a fight–he’s not convinced she’s the same women he’s envisioned since childhood. That is, not until he spots the golden key around her neck–an object he’d never fully shown in any of his paintings. Now if he could just persuade his lovely muse he’s not the enemy. Unless the elusive Faedrah Austiere learns to trust him, he’ll never have her in his bed–the one place he’s convinced she belongs.
The Golden Key Destiny (Book 3)
Wren Winters has always believed in magic. Then again, after being raised by a grandfather who claims to be a centuries-old wizard it wasn’t like she had much of a choice. As far back as she can remember, he’s been telling her she’s special, training her for a fated leap through time in hopes of rescuing some dude named Vaighn. And if that doesn’t work, no biggie. She’s got a few other tricks to up her sleeve. The key, the armoire…hell, she’ll alter the timeline of the entire Austiere Kingdom if she has to. Anything to stop that rat bastard from murdering her parents again…and again…and again.
Tormented by the devil, visited by an angel, Vaighn Austiere lost track of not only his unending days within the crystal caverns but the purpose behind his quest. To learn the woman who saved him cares not the cost has him more frustrated than her refusal to remain in his chambers. Wren Winters is more than a simple messenger. More than the product of two mingled bloodlines brought about by the key. To keep her close, he would gladly rewrite the future. The monster has awakened…and with it, Vaighn’s destiny at long-last has been changed.