A Place To Belong
June 29, 2018
Logan Perry was offered a job caring for an
elderly lady a thousand miles from his home in Iowa. Looking for a place to
hide, it seems to be the perfect opportunity to escape. So Logan runs to Texas.
All he wants is a roof over his head and food in his stomach. So moving into
the amazing McFarren Manor he believes is all he needs.
Bradley McFarren is only looking for someone to care for his aging grandmother. Too busy with the family multi-billion dollar real estate firm, he just doesn't have time. With no personal life to speak of, Bradley has kept his heart safe. As long as Gail, his beloved grandmother, is cared for, he thinks it's all he needs.
But what both their hearts truly desire is a place to belong.
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To Save His Prince
Late July 2018
Emory is a humble kitchen servant intent on working hard so
he can continue to earn his daily crust of bread. It is a thankless,
back-breaking job but it is exactly where Emory wants to be.
In the magnificent West Quay castle.
Because that is where the incredibly handsome, extremely talented Crown Prince Riffyn lived. The beautiful, kind and attentive man had stolen Emory’s heart years before when he rescued him and his mother from a band of thieves. Now Emory’s only wish is to be close, so he can simply admire and serve the man. A prince who seems he just might feel something for Emory as well.
But evil walks the halls of the castle, and Emory stumbles on a plot to kill the prince. Of course, being a lowly servant, no one believes him, including Riffyn. Luckily he haphazardly thwarted the plot, putting his own life in jeopardy but unfortunately did not stop the threat to the prince. He needs to convince Riffyn of the danger, but how?
Especially, now, after it is announced that it is time for the prince to marry and produce an heir to the throne. Even as Emory’s heart breaks because of this, three separate kingdoms are bringing their eligible princesses to vie for the prince’s hand. And then, to top it off, Emory discovered some of these princesses are using magic to enchant the prince to love them against his will. Are these princesses part of some plan to overthrow the kingdom? Or are they somehow connected to the evil plot to kill the prince?
Either way, Emory must find a way to save his prince.