Standalone Books

Not content to stick with any single subgenre of romance, I’ve dabbled all over the place. Occasionally, I’ll write a standalone novel that won’t be part of or related to any series. So far, they are (in order of publication):

Nothing on Earth & Nothing in Heaven: set in the 1910s, a story of an aristocratic English suffragette and the son of an American railroad baron.

Aurora Terminus (as S.E. Fanetti): a post-apocalyptic love story.

Carry the World: set in 1930s Appalachia, a story of a Pack Horse Librarian and a reclusive mountain man.

The House on Bitternut Street: a paranormal romance featuring a witch, a handsome newcomer, and the haunted house he just bought in a quirky little town in northern Minnesota.