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THE GOVERNESS is now available! Follow the link below for your copy today in Paperback, Kindle, eBook, or Hardcover!

I'm a busy, busy girl, so I don't spend much time on here anymore. But I do check in from time to time. Besides, it's too addictive! I know you know what I mean. :) Plus, I'd rather spend my time writing or reading. ;)

favourite books

-- All Jane Austen novels (so amazing!)
-- Bronte's Jane Eyre (also amazing!)
-- Victoria Holt
-- Mary Stewart
-- Phyllis A. Whitney
-- Sarah M. Eden
-- Clair M. Poulsen
-- Stephanie Black
-- Marcia Lynn McClure
-- Mary Higgins Clark
-- Stephanie Meyer
Uglies series
** I mostly love to read Christian romance.**

[The authors who've inspired my own way of writing would have to be Victoria Holt, Phyllis A.Whitney, Mary Stewart, and Marcia Lynn McClure. Maybe even Barbara Cartland.]

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The Governess--Book One : Volu....

Ellise C. Weaver

Lovely, inexperienced Miss Carly Blakemore is received at her first post as governess. Her biggest challenge will be Lord Huntington—masterful in everything—especially his kiss.

Poor and without dowry—and even worse—now orphaned, Miss Carly Blakemore is thrown into the Victorian world without aid. Carly is forced to seek a position as governess in the household of Lord Huntington—a man alone in his own right—and under suspicion for the tragic murder of his well-known and adulteress wife. His governess’s honesty and forthrightness quickly offend his noble person, finding himself reeling from her constant evaluation of his lack of parenting skills. However, in the midst of his resentments, he finds himself strangely drawn in by her very no-nonsense ways that drive him to madness. Carly stands her ground in head-to-head battles of will that take her to the brink of dismissal.

Carly and the earl continually fight the feelings growing between them. Both are oblivious to the clouds of deceit and intrigue that are growing around the manor house, some bent upon removing the beautiful, headstrong governess permanently. A final desperate chase leads to an interception of a ship upon the high seas headed for the Mediterranean and a secret society of white-slave traders, opening the way for this book’s sequel.

The Governess is now available on Amazon.com at: http://www.amazon.com/Governess-Huntington-Saga-novel-ebook/dp/B00CRQUZ5U/ref=tmm_kin_title_0



Pirate Bride

Ellise C. Weaver

Miss Susannah Blakemore is kidnapped and sold into white slavery as pay back to the Huntingtons. Will her pirate hero save her?

“The Huntingtons will pay. Oh, they will pay.” Plots and unholy alliances are put into action carrying out long-awaited retribution.

Only … one was not thought of. One was not even considered. How would anyone have guessed that a descendant of a pirate would take up his old family tradition in a mad quest to regain his bitterly lost love? The Marquis of Latham will not abide by this act of violence arranged for his precious love, but will surely save her, will he not? And will he make her the next pirate bride?

Next? There must be a first to have a 'next'. But there was another ... centuries ago ... that still walks the halls of Stonecrest Castle.

Special "Thanks" goes to Diane, my sweet sister for the exceptional cover. Luv ya! :)


Creighton's Daughter

Ellise C. Weaver

Lady Elspeth Huntington’s coming out was spectacular. A most sought after debutante, she relishes in her success. Yet, she is not quite satisfied.

Following the ill-guided counsel of her closest new friend, Elspeth plays the games of high society with ease. But emptiness is never far away. Still, ever so near could be her greatest happiness. In the nearby village of Dunford works a blacksmith of extraordinary skill and honesty. Myles Reeve watches as young Lady Elspeth grows from a sweet innocent to much less, disappointingly. His interest in the damsel is quite distressing, at the least, and bothersome, at the most. Yet he cannot help thinking of her always.

Myles' best friend, a servant in the Huntington household, encourages his happenstance meetings with the girl. A masquerade ball is just the place to be unseen, is it not? Thoroughly attracted to each other, they continually struggle with their budding passion, their stations, and the inevitable heartbreak. Intrigue and loyalty bring these two together again and again, their love sealed with a kiss. But not just any kiss. Will their love have a chance to be?

The final sequel in The Huntington Saga series concludes with this volume--Creighton’s Daughter.

Cover by Diane Floyd-Miller. Thanks!:)


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I wrote 627 days ago

When did you put this back up?? I haven't been gone that long... :) Starred and added to watchlist! view book

I wrote 656 days ago

Is this 'your' story, Mary? I hope not. I hope this is fiction. view book

I wrote 662 days ago

I LOVE CHOCOLATE ~ Gail Cleare is a natural storyteller who puts language together so beautifully, she makes your mouth water.~ Holy crap! You are one master storyteller, Gail. Whew! Pretty hot, too! Well, you know I don’t go in for the panties and cyber-sex stuff, so I won’t comment on that ... view book

I wrote 677 days ago

Very nice review, IE. Go for it! Knock their socks off! :) Ellise~ view book

I wrote 701 days ago

Dear Reader: Even though I started to upload PIRATE BRIDE a year ago, I changed my mind and chose to dedicate my energy to one project, the first in The Huntington Series, THE GOVERNESS. That is why, a year later, I am only just getting started again on its sequel. I have several chapters up... view book

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