Hello, romance readers!

I’m so glad you stopped by. On this site, you will find information about my historical romance stories.

Venice-in-the-Moonlight-EbookCOVERCera's Place - Ebook SmallThe Gypsy Casts a Spell

Venice in the Moonlight (Novel) – A young widow discovers her father’s murderer is related to the man she’s falling in love with and must decide between vengeance, forgiveness and love. My latest novel takes you back to eighteenth century Carnival, where lovers meet discreetly, and masks make everyone equal. Chosen as Best Historical Romance 2013 by Escape with Dollycas Into a Good Book!! You can read a preview here. (Buy links)

Cera’s Place (Novel) – Sparks fly when a feisty saloon owner crosses paths with a scarred Civil War hero. Chosen as Best Historical Romance 2012 by Escape with Dollycas Into a Good Book!! Alisha at Damonza.com designed the cover and won an award from The Book Designer.com! (Buy links)

The Gypsy Casts a Spell (Short Story) – Vadoma turns to desperate measures (and a handsome Marquis) to save her kin from the gallows. Published in the February 2012 edition of eFiction Magazine. You can read it for free here.

First Crush (Novel) – Coming soon! – Remember your first crush? How your heart raced and your cheeks flushed whenever you saw him? Jessie Baxter does, and it’s happening all over again at her high school reunion. Lee Archer is The One Who Got Away. Despite Jessie’s best efforts, he only wanted to be friends. Ten years later, things are different. Lee wants more, but first Jessie has to unload some baggage—the biggest one being a psycho ex-husband. Will Jessie learn to trust again and make her first crush into her last love? Elizabeth McKenna’s latest novel will have you remembering the angst of high school, the grief of a failed relationship, and the happiness of true love.

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4 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Intriguing, Elizabeth! Sounds like the kind of book I would love to read.

  2. I really enjoyed The Gypsy Casts a Spell. Two great characters. I fell for each of them.

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