Welcome back to the Jeweled Ladies!
Brimstone, Texas, is home of the world-famous Jeweled Ladies. The finest brothel this side of the Mississippi, the Jeweled Ladies is hosted by Mistress. She will be delighted to match you up with a Jewel. No matter what your tastes run to, she has a highly skilled Jewel for you.
His Sapphire: Judge Gerard Hobson is losing control over his life. But when he meets Sapphire Bleu, she offers to teach him how to dominate her. Can Gerard embrace his dark side safely with Sapphire, or will his desires destroy them both?
His Crown Jewel: The Mistress of the Jeweled Ladies has accumulated wealth and power as the madam of the infamous brothel. She has everything she could ever want--except her childhood love, Free Cyrus Franklin. But when these two reconnect after years apart, will they be able to overcome the past?
His Diamond: Miss Cynthia Hobbs needs just one night to ruin herself--and earn enough money to protect her sister. But when bankrobber Cam Douglas buys her at auction, she gets more than she bargained for. Will the law catch them before they can ride off into the sunset?
Bonus Short: Miss Sapphire’s Wedding Night: Judge Gerard Hobson has married the former Jewel Miss Sapphire—now the perfectly respectable Mrs. Sadie Hobson. How to celebrate this joyous event? Why, with a wedding night neither of them will forget.
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"Interested in some sexy stories set in the American West? His Topaz, Their Emerald and Her Ebony will fit the bill. I look forward to seeing what Maggie Chase writes next." - Jennifer Porter, Romance Novel News
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"One of the most amazing erotica series I have ever read." - Erin Penn, Goodreads
"This is an interesting story, not just for the romance, which is sizzling, but also for the details about the inner workings of an old west brothel. I recommend this for anyone who likes spicy romance about the strong ladies of the west and the men who love them." -- Mary Dieterich, Goodreads