Tag: Madeline Martin

Marin’s Promise – Madeline Martin

Lady Marin Barrington was used to attacks from the reivers. As the eldest daughter to the third Earl of Werrick, the English West March Warden, she was even used to acting as his unofficial constable in his absence. Threat of an impending battle in Berwick had resulted in the earl bringing a majority of his […]

Leila’s Legacy – Madeline Martin

The great pestilence had come. Lady Leila Barrington, youngest daughter to the Earl of Werrick, had seen it in her visions for as long as she could remember. Lingering on the horizon like a patient beast stalking its prey, growing hungrier, stronger, and more desperate. She’d told no one of the things she’d seen in […]

How to Tempt a Duke – Madeline Martin

As reported in the Lady Observer, from the evening of April the fifth, 1814, the below on-dits— following a very detailed account of lobster patties, chilled oysters and a decadent lemon syllabub. What is a sumptuous af air without a bit of scandal? It all began when a certain Belle of the Season danced not […]

Highland Wrath – Madeline Martin

Sylvi’s entire life had built up to this one moment. She’d sacrificed, she’d trained, she’d gone without. And now she would learn to kill. The noblewoman she watched stood alone in the courtyard, her dress vivid red against the somber gray stonework of the castle behind her. She moved with the grace of a mountain […]

Highland Ruse – Madeline Martin

Delilah Canterbury had risen above her station. In fact, she’d just risen above every flat, mediocre note of her existence. She sauntered down the wood-paneled hall toward the king’s private room, following the same path she’d left that very morning. Her heart tapped against her ribs in an excited beat, impatient for everything to unfold. […]

Her Highland Destiny – Madeline Martin

Cassandra could not meet the gaze of her family. Her heart flinched at what she would find there — disappointment. It was like this every year on her birthday, the time when most of the Beaumont women came into their powers. The weeks leading up to the annual mark of her birth brought on a […]

Faye’s Sacrifice – Madeline Martin

Faye Fletcher had an uncanny knack for getting more from her coin than others. She scanned an assortment of fabrics, eyeing a blue wool that would suit her as well as her younger sister, Clara. “How much?” She settled her fingers on the bolt and raised her eyes to the shopkeeper. He was younger than […]

Ena’s Surrender – Madeline Martin

February 1333 Castleton, Scotland na Davidson gripped the horse’s reins with one hand and self-consciously tucked the other hand into her helm to ensure her long, dark hair hadn’t escaped. No one could know she was a woman, much less Bran Davidson’s sister. A village came into view in the distance with Kershopefoot Castle towering […]

Ella’s Desire – Madeline Martin

Lady Ella Barrington, the third daughter of the Earl of Werrick, knew there was trouble the moment she found her older sisters waiting with her father in her solar. A parchment was pinched between Marin’s fingers. It had been months since she’d seen either of her elder sisters, and from the sternness of Marin and […]

Earl of Oakhurst – Madeline Martin

L PROLOGUE ochslin Castle, Scotland October 1819 JAMES MACKENZİE KNEW how many ounces of whisky would fit in the false bottom of a carriage. He knew the best path from Scotland through England to avoid the Runners and the exact place on a man’s head to hit to make him drop like a stone. He […]

Catriona’s Secret – Madeline Martin

May 1341 Brampton, England ady Catriona Barrington awoke to a familiar clenching of her stomach. She squeezed her eyes shut against the discomfort in the hopes it would pass. It did sometimes. She hated this queasiness. It reminded her of the sensation of being drunk, of having too much wine. Of that regrettable night with […]

Anice’s Bargain – Madeline Martin

March 1336 Brackenhill, England t was not their first siege, but it was certainly their longest. The Grahams were determined. Lady Anice Barrington, second daughter to the third Earl of Werrick, regarded the dismal larder with her father at her side. Their gazes were mutually fixed on the lone sack of grain. “The last,” he […]

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