Man Who Should be King by Mlyn Hurn When Princess Syranna was a child, her father sent her away to her grandfather for protection while he waged a war. Now the war is over and her father dead, and she returns to the realm with a message for the new ruler. She discovers the new ruler doesn't want to let her go, but Syranna escapes to the moon-world that had been her mother's home, a mist-laden, myth-shrouded land. When Lord Marcus comes in search of her, he discovers that two of the myths just might be true. The little gray-haired man with the knee-length beard really is a wizard. And Syranna's pets blow flame if you don't handle them carefully. The Princess Brat by Katherine kingston Princess Fanny was a disgrace to the royal family, an untamed hoyden who refused to be gracious or cooperative. Fanny's father needed someone to train the young man and make her presentable, but her temper and sharp tongue had driven away countless tutors. Handsome, urbane Baxter was a lord's penniless younger son. Training the princess should be the perfect job for him. But when two strong wills collide, they strike sparks off each other, igniting a fire that threatens their hearts and souls as well as their plans for the future. What a Queen Wants By Bella Andre Elizabeth Orleans has just been tied up by three large men. She must submit to their demands or she will never be set free. But when their sexual game comes to an end, she dismisses them with a flick of her wrist. After all, Elizabeth is the Queen of Magonia and these men are employed by her to cater to her sexual desires. But after years of being in complete control, strikingly handsome prisoner Gavin Court - not only arrogant but seemingly immune to her luscious charms - is about to show her how good it can be to get what she really wants.Hurn, Mlyn is the author of 'Crown Jewels The Princess Brat / the Man Who Should Be King / What a Queen Wants', published 2004 under ISBN 9781419950148 and ISBN 1419950142.