Kate’s a graduate conducting student whose father is the most detested senator on the eastern seaboard.
Drew, her music theory professor, has a dark past and a nasty attitude.
They can’t stand one another.
When circumstances leave Kate seriously ill and stranded at Drew’s home, they’re forced to put their differences aside. In a matter of days they come to realize how very wrong they’ve been about one another.
Solo is definitely not your average student-teacher romance!
Julia James has spent most of her life hiding in plain sight. For her, the cello was a way to get past a hellish childhood. Even now that she is one of the top cellists in the country, and a contender in the most prestigious, high-stakes music competition in the world, she hopes no one will notice her.
But then someone does.
A chance (or is it?) encounter brings her to the attention of the distractingly sexy, charismatic French horn player, Jeremy Corrigan. As he helps her to embrace her talent, her sexuality and her past, Julia thinks she might finally be headed toward her “happily ever after.”
Unfortunately, happily isn’t so much ‘ever-after’ for Julia.
The lines between love and obsession are blurred in Reverie.
Top cellist Julia James has begun a whole new life- happily married and expecting her first child. She is finally poised to have the life she’s always dreamed of and she is finally able to put the past behind her.
Unfortunately, the past isn’t quite done with Julia yet.
Riding high on his gold medal win at the Kreisler International Music Competition, Jeremy Corrigan is stunned to find his reputation in tatters, along with his plans for fame and fortune. But Jeremy isn’t one to tolerate failure.
Once he has determined that Julia and her husband are to blame for his troubles, there’s nothing he won’t do to regain control over his fate…and theirs.
Love, redemption, and betrayal collide in Rhapsody.
Matthew and Julia Ayers are happy at last, settled in their new home with their son and flourishing musical careers. And with Jeremy Corrigan playing in an orchestra halfway across the country, they finally feel a sense of peace and security.
That’s exactly what Jeremy is counting on.
Enraged when he is caught in a compromising situation, he refocuses his energies on the people he holds responsible for his languishing career. Believing that “There is an art to destroying a life,” he sets out with cool determination to destroy those who have betrayed him.
No one is safe from his wrath.
The eternal struggle between good and evil play out with horrifying consequences in Requiem.