BOOKS BY FRANKIE ROBERTSON
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THE VINLANDERS SAGA SERIES
A great tale of adventure and romance, beautifully imagined and deeply engaging from beginning to end!
— Diana Gabaldon, bestselling author of the Outlander series.
A WORLD OF MAGIC, LOVE, AND BETRAYAL
Celia Montrose has been trained to deal with any emergency–except being thrust into another world. Crisis management training hasn’t prepared her for meeting the Viking descendants of the lost Vinland colony, or coping with kidnapping, murder, and magic.
Lord Dahleven is preparing for war when he rescues a strange and beautiful woman in the drylands. Though he fears Celia may be Fey-marked, Dahleven can’t resist the powerful attraction he feels for her. But is Celia in league with the enemy, or will she provide the key to saving his people?
Alone and off-balance, Celia finds herself falling for Lord Dahleven. But dangerous forces are at work, and one of them is offering Celia a way home–for a price.
As the second son of the Kon of Nuvinland, and a priest of Baldur, Lord Ragni understands the demands of politics. He’s not surprised when his father arranges a marriage for him to the daughter of another Jarl. Unfortunately, Ragni has just fallen hard for Saeun.
Saeun never expected to fall in love with Lord Ragni, but what began as a casual dalliance with a ladies’ man blossomed into a deep passion. But her hopes for the future are dashed when her tools of forbidden magic are discovered.
Confronted with Saeun’s crime, Ragni faces an agonizing choice: enforce the law he’s sworn to uphold, or save the woman he loves.
And while the lovers’ hearts are breaking, a dark and ancient threat to all of Nuvinland is gaining strength.
Son of an Oathbreaker, Aren is desperate to restore his family’s honor, and leaps at the chance Lord Fender offers. His task seems simple enough for a Tracker: bring in a young woman accused of a vile crime. Simple, until his duty to the Jarl conflicts with a debt he owes to the Elves.
Fey-marked and friendless, Annikke flees the wrath of a vengeful lord. When Aren intercepts her, Annikke must choose: trust a stranger with warm brown eyes who promises justice, or protect her daughter—and remain a fugitive forever.
Grabs you from the start with excellent pacing, fascinating characters and culture, and a satisfying romance. I want more!
— Jennifer Roberson, bestselling author of KARAVANS, the Sword Dancer series, The Chroncles of the Cheysuli, and LADY OF THE GLEN.
If you haven’t yet heard of Frankie Robertson, just wait, you will. She is destined to be a star. And for those of us who eagerly anticipate Frankie’s next story, what we really want to know is: What the hell is she cooking up now? —Dennis L. McKiernan, Bestselling author of the Mithgar and Faery Series
Frankie Robertson creates detailed worlds, vivid characters, and intricate, well plotted stories. The mixture of fantasy and romance is perfectly balanced and an utter joy to read.
— Jill Knowles, author of Concubine and A Pirate’s Primer
As I’ve posted before, I’ve been reading a lot of Indie fiction – yet maybe you’ve been wondering why there aren’t many reviews posted on my site…well, I’m not recommending anything that I’m not absolutely in love with – and I love, love, love Frankie Robertson’s book Dangerous Talents. The story unfolds quickly with an incident that changes Celia’s (our heroine’s) life. From the get-go, the story unwinds with believable, interesting characters that you will both recognize and find strangely unfamiliar. Woven throughout this tale is Norse Mythology and Legend (I’m not telling you how, you’ll have to read it to find out) and it’s masterfully done with well written dialogue and artfully crafted scenes that let you glimpse the inner lives of the characters. The motives are clear, the scenes fluid, and all of the loose ends are neatly tied up in nice little packages with pretty ribbons that leave you completely satisfied and gratified. I highly recommend this book for a wide variety of reasons – memorable characters, a strong plot, nice blend of myths/legends and contemporary characters and (naturally) a liberal dose of magic and a villain that keeps you on the edge. LOVED it – and will definitely read the next book Forbidden Talents – as soon as I read the other books that are on my kindle!
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THE CELESTIAL AFFAIRS SERIES
Quick, supple writing–an unusual and gripping tale–and did I mention sexy?
–Melanie Rawn, best-selling author of Diviner, and Spellbinder
WHO DO YOU SAVE WHEN YOU CAN’T SAVE EVERYONE?
Gideon, a Celestial Guardian, loves his job―except when he’s not allowed to do it.
For millennia, Gideon’s main desire has been to protect mortal lives. But with the Silence and the Veil in place, his hands are tied. Guardians can only visit the Terrestrial Plane in secrecy, and only to save humans from Supernatural threats. When magic surrounds the disappearance of a young, untrained psychic he jumps at the opportunity to act. But to save her he must work closely with Ana―the victim’s bewitching sister―without revealing his true identity or letting their unexpected chemistry distract him.
When Tasha goes missing, Ana has only one priority: find her sister. She can’t give the police all the facts because magic is involved, and she doesn’t have time for the inconvenient rush of desire she feels for Gideon, the security expert she hires to find her sister.
But Tasha’s kidnapping is just the tip of the iceberg. As the investigation deepens, a dangerous conspiracy is revealed and Gideon faces a terrible dilemma: obey his Celestial orders, or protect Ana and all he holds dear.
4 of 5 stars
I’ve always loved books that deal with angels, demons and good vs. evil. This book seemed to promise all that and more from its description and I have to say it didn’t disappoint.
4 out of 5
January, 1979. The Vietnam war is over, the oil embargo and long gas lines a bad memory, and Three Mile Island is just a power plant that few have ever heard of.
Marianne Benton works for the Trust, a secretive organization guarding against abuses of paranormal power. Her next assignment: rescue an Elemental Spirit from slavery–by seducing the heir to an occult dynasty.
As a former Green Beret, Dan Collier knows how to follow orders. His assignment: help Marianne sleep with another man. After that: keep her alive.
Falling in love is optional.
Beth Hart is alive and well and hunting for her killer.
When the sheriff dismisses the deaths of her brother-in-law Chris and her twin sister Ellie as accidents, Beth impulsively switches identities with Ellie to lure the murderer into revealing himself. Beth can’t rest until she finds the killer, and neither can her sister’s ghost, who haunts Beth’s dreams.
FBI fraud investigator Jason Blackforth fell hard for Beth at Chris and Ellie’s wedding, but he left her as quickly as he found her–undercover work and relationships don’t mix. Now, grieving and believing Beth is dead, Jason is appalled to find himself fantasizing about the widow of his best friend. He wants to help her through this difficult time, but she reminds him so much of Beth. And the more time he spends with her, the more convinced he becomes that something just doesn’t add up.
Then he learns the truth, and Jason must accept the unbelievable before they both end up dead.
From Siren Book Reviews:
(Siren’s Best Book Stone) by Nikki
“From the get-go, Veiled Mirror grabbed my attention. With plenty of suspense, and a small touch of paranormal, this is one of the best romantic suspense books I’ve read in a long time. There’s deceit, murder, lies…I was left guessing the whole way through. I worried for Beth, cried for her family that died, and was at the edge of my seat, hanging on to every word because I never knew what to expect next.
Frankie Robertson is a new-to-me author, and from my journey with this book, I will be keeping an eye out for more. The characters are so well created, the tension is high and it never wavers. I stayed up late into the night-hours to finish this book. I read it in one sitting, not wanting to miss a thing, yet I didn’t want it to end either.
Kudos to you, Frankie Robertson. You’ve created an amazing suspenseful story. Readers, if you’re a romantic suspense fan, add this book to your list right away.”
(4 hearts) by Stacey :
“Veiled Mirror was a surprisingly wonderful story. The blurb interested me, but it didn’t even hint at how well the story would capture the reader’s attention. Frankie Robertson does a fantastic job of getting the readers attention early and not letting go until the end. She gives us just enough detail to keep us going but not so much that you just skim through parts.
Veiled Mirror is a story about family and love. The mayhem that accompanies it is a definite bonus. I would recommend Veiled Mirror if you like romantic suspense stories with a few plot twists and a friendly ghost to help things along.”
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BOOKS BY FRANCESA ROSE
Catherine Denton loves her ailing husband and is taken aback when he encourages her to take a lover. Reginald, formerly a colonel in the East India Company Army, wants his young wife to have what he cannot give her: children―and his titled brother, Cedric, has offered to oblige. However, her brother-in-law is not the man Catherine desires. The male who makes her pulse race is Reginald’s good friend Yolann, the Yeti who served with him in India―and who sleeps just down the hall.
Neither Catherine nor Yolann want to betray their loyalty to a man they love and respect. Neither can deny their desire.
This book contains scenes reflecting the physical expression of love. It is intended for adult readers.
WITH HEART TO HEAR: A Victorian Secret Romance
Elise Craft is a well-bred Victorian lady who prefers studying the flora and fauna of England to playing the social games of the ton. She’s convinced herself that’s enough–even though she secretly longs for a lover who will cherish her.
Against her family’s wishes she travels to a remote area to indulge her interests. There, she stumbles upon the border between everyday England and Faerie where she makes a surprising, and sensual, discovery.
This novelette contains sensual scenes of physical affection. It is intended for adult readers.
Combines a lush prose style with a sharp eye for characterization and detail. You will not be disappointed.
—Jody Wallace, award winning author of “Field Trip” and “Cooley’s Panther”
A delicious tale, beautifully rendered and hotly sensual, set in a lushly romantic era long past, yet ever beckoning–as does the world of faerie. ~ Anita Gordon (Kathleen Kirkwood) author of THE VALIANT HEART and A SLIP IN TIME
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