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The Wiggons' School for Elegant Young Ladies

Hiding from a dangerous man, Tess Crawford thought The Wiggons' School for Elegant Young Ladies would be the perfect place to disappear. Or it would be if the local villagers weren't on edge because of a vampire in their midst. At least they think he is a vampire. The fascination with the reclusive viscount disrupts the girls' studies and Tess fights an unending battle to convince her students that monsters do not exist.

Vincent Latimer, Viscount Atwood, is not a vampire, no matter what the villagers believe. He wished the book, Wake Not the Dead, had never been written. There is a very good reason why he visits his wife's grave at night, and it has nothing to do with trying to raise her from the dead.​

When a storm thrusts Tess into Vincent's path and destroys the school, both of their pasts collide.​​




Anton Petrov loved one woman and thought to spend the rest of his life with her. Never would he have imagined that she would betray him, leave him for dead, and disappear completely.


When all that she loved was lost, Natalie Pritchard returned to England to hide from her past and teach at The Wiggons School for Elegant Young Ladies. All has gone as planned, until one fateful night threatens the security she thought she’d found.


Now, Anton has found his Natasha and ghosts from both of their pasts emerge. As the web of treachery, deceit and lies are unwoven, will they survive long enough to find the truth?


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Gabriel Westbrook has spent his adult life building a wicked reputation to hide his true identity as an agent for the Crown. When his latest assignment brings him to Cornwall to capture French spies, nothing has prepared him for three meddlesome schoolgirls at the neighboring Wiggons’ School for Elegant Young Ladies who have decided that his secretive ways must mean he’s a witch. And nothing has prepared him for the feelings he begins to develop for the trio’s young teacher who may not be who she says she is.


Henry Cochran, Earl of Kilsyth, was never meant to be an earl. Nevertheless, the title is his, along with the ennui. He has nothing to excite or challenge him. At least that is the case until he unintentionally wins an Irish lass in a game of chance and undertakes an interesting new project—turning the lass into a lady.


Eve Doyle had once known privilege and thought her future set. That was, until her brother’s monumental mistake that forced them to flee Ireland and take up residence in Covent Garden.  Just when she thought she’d be able to control her life, her brother wagered her at the gaming tables—and lost.

Now she must endure the next two years as ward to Lord Kilsyth—a gentleman who wishes to change her as so many have in the past. However, the bigger challenge for both of them will be to keep from losing their hearts.


The Wiggons’ School for Elegant Young Ladies meets My Fair Lady with a twist.


This story has been heavily influenced by one of my all-time favorite musicals—My Fair Lady. Enjoy!

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