*Featuring Calypso the Cat
Cradle of Dreams, Book 1
With visions of battle still fresh in his mind, Roane Bradfield returns home to find the woman he loves betrothed to another. He corners Kendrick Moreland at Dowager Huggins’ Grand Ball and whisks her into the secluded library. One way or the other, he will know the reason the duplicitous beauty cut him from her life when she promised to wait forever.
Whisper of Dreams, Book 2
Sarah must get her son out of New Bern, North Carolina before he succumbs to an epidemic of yellow fever. Yankees have taken over the town and there is only one man capable of smuggling them out—Captain Elijah Fortune. Even though she betrayed him once, she appeals to the champion of her childhood for help. He’s more than happy to accommodate her, but the price of risking his life is steep. And the cost has nothing to do with money.
Scoundrel of Dreams, Book 3
Bridger Cantrell breaks into Alcee Slayton’s study one night to steal some much-needed information. Imagine his surprise when he encounters Alcee’s youngest daughter, Lydia, rifling through her father’s desk drawers.
What is the little minx up to and will it spoil his plans for revenge? He intends to find out and challenges her to a game of Quid Pro Quo. He soon discovers Lydia is no longer the little bookworm he remembers from his past but an enchanting, beguiling woman who steals not only his heart but his soul.
"Cradle of Dreams - Short read that quickly draws you in. It definitely left me wanting more. I wanted to stay in 1865 with Roane/Ryan, just as much as Kendrick/Kendra did. The author is a very talent writer and does a great job interlacing the past and present.
Whisper of Dreams - Another short read. I love the storyline in both books, Love Reincarnated. Light BDSM but still interesting. It leaves you wondering what Sahara/Sarah and Elias/Elijah will be like in the present. I need to find Mrs Higgins' store and the cat, Miss Calypso.
Scoundrel of Dreams - Mrs Higgins and Miss Calypso, the cat strikes again! I love this series. Time-travel and love reincarnated. You quickly get swepted away in the story and before you know it you are back to present day and screaming NO Wait!! Go Back!! Quick, yummy hot read!"
"Cradle of Dreams - Of the three novellas in this anthology, this is the most emotional for me. It prompted me to react, whether negatively or positively, which is often hard to accomplish with a short story yet Ms. Diablo did it with what seems like very little effort. The end result is a reader who enjoyed every word of this story and was eager to read the rest.
Whisper of Dreams - I thought this was a second-chance romance, like Cradle, but it's more like a love discovered story. Their coming together was less than conventional considering the era, but it worked for them. And if love is right between two people, who's to say it's actually wrong?
Scoundrel of Dreams - Lydia is my ideal heroine: headstrong, passionate, certain. She knew what she wanted in life and refused to settle for less. Bridger was her compliment, her parallel. He understood her, supported her because she did the same for him. Ms. Diablo wove a lovely tale between two soul mates who believed in the same things, were unafraid of getting their hands dirty for the greater good, and were passionate enough about their goals to not settle for second best. They reached high and found the best in each other."