He’s hiding out because someone wants him dead…
Someone wants him dead. She just wants a vacation.
From the author of the popular Coach’s Boys series comes Book 1 in The Casteloria Royals Trilogy
Cameron Rafferty is keeping secrets. Dangerous secrets that could endanger the lives of everyone around him. His plan was simple…keep a low profile until the would-be-killer was found. And things were going smoothly, until a small complication changed everything. Soon, he finds himself becoming more involved with the family next door—and wishing for things he shouldn’t. Things that will put their lives in jeopardy, too.
Spending summers at the chalet was a tradition for author Laura Keane and her young son. Filled with memories of the husband she lost to war, she looked forward to days spent reminiscing, playing, and plotting another novel. She didn’t expect this year to be any different— but that was before their handsome neighbor came to her rescue like a knight in shining armor. Will that armor be tarnished when she discovers who he is and why he’s hiding out in northern Michigan?
If you like your romance novels served up with a little suspense and mystery, humor, and an interesting mix of supporting characters, you just might love Kristy K. James’ modern day fairytale.
Join Cameron and Laura as they discover that while Bois Blanc Island is the perfect place for fun-filled summer days and relaxing evenings—it might be an even better place to fall in love again. As long as the wrong people don’t find them first.
Filled with romance, intrigue, secrets, and danger, The Casteloria Royals is a series you can’t help but fall in love with. Each story is complete with no cliffhanger endings.
“He’s looking out the side of the curtain now,” Sam hissed, looking down at the sand, as though Brendan might be able to read lips from that distance, in the dark, no less. “Someone laugh louder.” Nolan obliged, tossing his head back and roaring.
“It’ll be okay, Cameron. I know it will,” Laura whispered, reaching over to place her hand on his. Cameron turned it over and gently squeezed hers.
“Thanks, Laura. I’m sure it will be. It just feels so…mean.”
“Sometimes we parents have to take the hard road. None of us like it, but… Well, you wouldn’t let Brendan run around in the middle of a busy street, or drink bleach, would you?”
“Of course not,” he said, flashing her a smile.
“We keep them from hurting themselves, Cameron. It’s our job.”
“I think I’m going to have to demand a pay raise then,” he teased. “This was not in the job description.” Laura snickered.
“There’s a whole lot of stuff that never made it into the parenting handbook that I wish I’d known about.”
“Would you have made any different decisions?”
“Knowing what I know now? Of course. It’s easy to look back and say, ‘Well I sure screwed that up.’ But if we learn from our mistakes, it’s okay. Kids tend to be very forgiving of our shortcomings.”