The Admirer (from Renaissance Press)
This city will ruin you, just as it ruined your mother.
Rose Fraser has been given the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to go to London as a debutante for the London season, as Viscountess Latimer’s personal protégé. She is nervous yet excited at the idea. However, her excitement soon fades away when she starts receiving threats in the form of intricately folded, anonymous notes. Nerves turn to fear as the notes escalate. Feeling trapped, unable go to the police, she turns to the only person she thinks can help her: her most serious suitor, private investigator James Grey. But will he uncover the truth before things take a turn for the worse?
What they said about the admirer:
“A grim mystery interwoven with the story of a young woman finding her independence, The Admirer contains a solidly crafted story with a variety of characters, set in a richly imagined Victorianesque London.”
– Meredith Weinhold, Steampunk Canada
“Fans of detective stories and murder mysteries will find a lot to like […] this a fun read.”
– Alejandro Bustos, Apt 613
Thrills On Ice (from Renaissance Press)
I don’t have time to think about that right now; it’s time to go back to the ice.
Three times world champion and Olympic silver medalist Susanna Miles suffers a season-ending injury. With the excuse of meeting a sports injury specialist, she returns to Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she meets hockey star Lucas Crawford. With the help of some new friends, she must come to term with the difficult relationship she has with her mother/manager and take a leap of faith into something she never thought she wanted: romance.