Sunday, July 16, 2017

#SeriesSpotlight Heroic Rogue Series by Marie Higgins

Heroic Rogue Series - Heroes who fight to protect their country from Napoleon's controlling hand...and men who won't give up on the women who have captured their hearts. 


"Pretending You're Mine" (previously published as Take My Heart) - Portraying her twin is the only way Mercedes Maxwell can get close to her sister's husband to learn his secrets. William Braxton is confused about the sudden change in his wife, and yet, now he'd drawn to her like never before. Can they fall in love with numerous secrets between them? http://a.co/9899GMP





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"After the Loving" (previously published as Falling in Love Again) - Marcus Thorne / Captain Hawk is determined to capture Napoleon's spies, even if one is so very lovely and seductive. Isabelle Stanhope gives her heart to her captor, even if she's forced to marry a man she doesn't love. Can they fight against fate's rules? http://a.co/4A2MMbm





"Wonderland by Night" - Nobody must know that Lady Emiline Lucia's uncle is Napoleon Bonaparte. She must protect herself against those who hate France's emperor. Gabriel Lawrence hides his identity as a spy. How can he protect them both if a spy against the crown is always one step ahead...and wants Gabe dead?  http://a.co/9Rx7QI9

"Worth Fighting For" - Lindsay Lennox, youngest daughter of Turkey's governor, will do anything to meet and kiss a man...even sneak aboard a ship that is sailing to England. Captain Barry Braxton is heading home to take over his dying father's place, co-partnering with his uncle (William Braxton). Will the lovely stowaway stop his plans? http://a.co/hu8dWdQ

Excerpt from Pretending You’re Mine
Thundering hooves of a horse bore down upon them. Mercedes switched her attention to the man on the steed. The small crowd parted, and the man atop the animal dismounted. His horse had whipped up a cloud of dust in the dingy alley and she waved her hand in front of her face to keep from sneezing. The sight of the rider left her speechless and a bit weak at the knees.
His rugged appearance shocked her, his strength evident in his muscled arms and legs. Rather than the fancy clothes of the English gentry, the beige shirt and brown leather vest of a farmer’s attire stretched taut across his wide chest, and the black material of his trousers molded to his legs and fit snugly into his black knee-boots. But this man was no farmer. That much appeared evident by the way he carried himself as he strode toward her, his step too confident, too graceful.
When he neared and Mercedes gazed upon his face, her breath caught in her throat. The sun had turned his skin a light brown, and the sureness of his jaw bespoke authority. Chestnut hair tousled by the wind framed his head, and she had a sudden urge to swipe the unruly locks off his forehead.
He was quite handsome, if she dared admit, and he literally made her lungs stop working. Never had that happened to her from just admiring a man. Looking into his fiery hazel eyes, she swallowed hard.
He stopped mere inches away, towering over both Mercedes and the soldier like a dark cloud of doom. She leaned her head back to take in his height.
The handsome man met the soldier’s stare. “Sir, will you kindly remove your hands from my wife?”
Her jaw dropped. Wife?

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Author’s Bio

Marie Higgins is a best-selling, multi-published author of Christian and sweet romance novels; from refined bad-boy heroes who make your heart melt to the feisty heroines who somehow manage to love them regardless of their faults. She’s been with a Christian publisher since 2010. Between those and her others, she’s published over 40 heartwarming, on-the-edge-of-your-seat stories and broadened her readership by writing mystery/suspense, humor, time-travel, paranormal, along with her love for historical romances. Her readers have dubbed her "Queen of Tease", because of all her twists and turns and unexpected endings.

Visit her website / blog to discover more about her – www.mariehiggins.com 


3 comments:

Marie Higgins said...

Thanks for having me on your blog! I'm a day late because I had written down the 17th instead of the 16th. But that's okay. I'll start spreading the word now!

Patricia Preston said...

Hope you have a great day!

Erin K said...

Oh I didn't realize there were more books to the series! I will have to check them out! Erin K blueyesncurlz@yahoo.com