Which Book Shall I Read?

Maythorn's Wish

This is where the Baleful Godmother (aka Baletongue) appears for the very first time. If you want to know how it all starts, read this novella. (I'm currently giving the entire Fey Quartet to anyone who joins my Readers' Group.)
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Larkspur's Quest

This novella is my personal favorite of The Fey Quartet. Read it, and you'll know why you should never trust a Faerie, whether dead or alive. (I'm currently giving The Fey Quartet to anyone who joins my Readers' Group.)
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Unmasking Miss Appleby

If you love the woman-pretending-to-be-a-man trope, this is the story for you! In the words of one reader, Unmasking Miss Appleby is "Sexy, unusual, and vastly entertaining." This novel was rated in the top ten historical romances of 2016 by several reviewers. Currently I'm giving it away free to anyone who joins my Readers' Group.
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Trusting Miss Trentham

A personal favorite of mine. Contains a strong-minded heiress, a tortured hero, and a very dark secret. This is the third book in the Baleful Godmother series, but can easily be read as a standalone.
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The Spinster's Secret

This is not a Baleful Godmother story, but it’s set in the same time period, with a battle-scarred ex-soldier and a penniless but enterprising heroine.
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The Laurentine Spy

This is a fantasy novel written under my real name, but it is also the closest in tone, setting, and content to the Baleful Godmother series. If you’re looking for something to tide you over between Baleful Godmother books, I suggest this. It contains court intrigues, secrets, spying, and characters with multiple identities.
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The Sentinel Mage

Another fantasy novel written under my real name. If you loved Unmasking Miss Appleby, you will probably enjoy this book. It contains shapeshifters, the odd assassin, and (you guessed it) a young woman pretending to be a man.
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