helena maeve

romance author



Ladies Only – anthology

‘The Woman Next Door’ by Helena Maeve What’s a girl to do when her arch nemesis moves in next door? After months of endless renovations, Ziva can’t take the racket anymore. Her commissions aren’t going to fulfill themselves and she’s... Continue Reading →


Private Dicks: Packing Heat – anthology

Sweetbrier by Helena Maeve—As the Battle of Britain rages, a small town on the Welsh coast grapples with strife of its own—a guesthouse hosting cowardly Londoners and rich men too cynical to join the war has just become the scene... Continue Reading →

The Gunslinger’s Man

Halloran was meant to free them, but Asher has never known a harsher prison. Hiring a band of outlaws to assassinate the mayor may be a bold move, but Asher Franklin can’t take another minute of bowing and scraping to... Continue Reading →

Caught in the Undertow

Poison blooms in ivy halls. New to the hallowed halls of the prestigious, all-male Ledwich University, Ward fully intends to skate by on wealth and minimal effort all the way to graduation. He has no desire to make friends or... Continue Reading →

Gatekeepers and Dreamweavers

Condemned for witchcraft and about to swing for the abduction of half a dozen children, Irene is bewildered when her noose breaks. Her only hope lies in the forests that have protected the women of her family for generations. But... Continue Reading →

Fistful of Lies

If you wanted to, how would you kill your lover? Freshly sacked from his professorship, Reuben could do without a month-long holiday on his boyfriend’s private island. But he may as well enjoy the perks while they last. As soon... Continue Reading →

Silver & Gold – anthology

From one-night stands to on-and-off love stories that span decades, the roads of love are diverse and have no map. One of the hardest relationships to navigate may be those with an age difference. Society isn't always sure what to... Continue Reading →

Violent Delights

Buried secrets surface when least expected.


Allegra always knew that nothing good could come of waking up in police custody.

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