Recently appointed to a hoped-for government post, Richard St. Clair struggles to suppress less-than-appropriate feelings for his new assistant, especially since he's seen through her disguise.
He's a formally engaged man, after all. And he's got everything under control--until an unknown adversary slips him a love potion that unleashes his true affections.
With the help of his once-enchanted sister, his policeman brother-in-law, and the woman he really loves, Richard scours Kingston for his foe and way to ethically express his heart's desires.
The second installment in the "Roesia" series, "Richard: The Ethics of Affection" continues the story of the St. Clair family begun in "Aubrey: Remnants of Transformation."
About the Author
Katherine Woodbury divides her literary interests between eighteenth-century classics and contemporary genre fiction. When not teaching composition and folklore at Southern Maine Community College and Central Maine Community College, Katherine (or Kate) watches "Star Trek," "Diagnosis Murder," and "Jake & the Fatman," checks mystery and romance books out of the library (and forgets to return them), and updates her blog. Her fantasy and science fiction stories have been published in "Cicada," "Space & Time," and "Tales of the Unanticipated."