Katherine wrote and published two novellas of a lighter fare. Wit, humor, and romance light these two novellas, and Katherine hopes fans of the genre enjoy these short reads. Her tone of writing has changed direction since these releases. Dark, mysterious, romantic now describes the fiction she endeavors to write, but these two reads stay a part of her as their tales of passion gave her the courage to keep her pen moving.
A flirty, fun, mix-and-match romance about two sisters who are betrothed to the wrong men…
Evangeline Vernon is a woman on the verge of spinsterhood — until the prim and proper Duke of Manchester steps in. Her family is pleased with the match, but the duke is not the passionate man Evangeline craves. Her heart belongs to an alluring, golden-haired gentleman, perfect in every way…except one: he doesn’t exist.
Angela Vernon is everything a proper, well-brought-up woman should be. She knows her place and understands society’s expectations — which include not being jealous of her sister and not coveting her sister’s suitor. But how can she bear the heartache of watching the only man she loves marry not only her sister, but a woman who doesn’t see past his exterior to the man he is beneath?
Ella fled England once her lover betrayed her to marry another. After shedding her tears, she rebuilds a home in an atmosphere unsuitable for any lady; the archaeological expedition her father commands. But Ella is no lady, and the desert sands of Egypt suit her free spirit.
Julian never stopped loving Ella, even when he said “I do” to another woman. The marriage of convenience ends with his wife’s death, thus freeing him from the bonds of marriage.
Julian hunts Ella down in Egypt. She wants nothing to do with him, but when trapped in a pharaoh’s tomb could a passion be rekindled?