Three women. Three stories. One Sisterhood.
With the war in Barony at an end, peace reigns. The lady knights have returned home, unchanged by new titles and lands. But with a rash of kidnappings spreading across the province, the warriors will find themselves torn apart by the machinations of a mad man.
Book 1: The Hellion
Ava Longley, captain of the lady knights, never expected to become the target of a murderous madman. When a kidnapper is sent to abduct her, she sees it as the perfect opportunity to bring the mastermind to justice. To mercenary Julian Vincent, Lady Longley is no more than the means to an end. However, when sparks fly between them, Julian is faced with an impossible decision.
Book 2: Beloved
After being sold into slavery by her king and washing up onto the shore of Cardenas, the friendless African Amazon, Mudiwa Akua, was taken in by Barony's female soldier's regiment. When her tranquil existence is disturbed and she finds herself on a ship bound for the exotic island of Martinique, Mudiwa faces certain death and possible enslavement for the second time in her life, dredging up ghosts of a past she'd long thought forgotten. When planter Isaac Prideux comes upon her, beaten and half-dead, he takes it upon himself to care for her. He never imagines doing so will shake up his monotonous life so completely.
Book 3: The Accidental Groom
After the honored title of onna bugeishabegins to lose its power in Japan, Hanako Kiyomi sees no choice but to flee. But, when her deserted husband comes searching for her, she escapes him the only way she knows how: marriage to a stranger. Lord Garrick Overton has always admired the cool, stoic Hanako from afar. Marriage to the woman he's desired for years seems like a good idea; until she proposes the marriage be in name only. As he sets out to win her heart, he faces not only a tough task but a begrudged man who will stop at nothing to win back what he has lost.
Their courage will be tried. Their hearts will be put to the test. Can three headstrong women maintain their independent natures while surrendering to love?