The Frog Prince (Book Two in the Tales of Ambia Series)

A reformed Burndee tries to fix some of the mistakes he made years ago—one of which was turning Martin Dane into a frog.  The problem is, Martin deserved it—and the spell can only be altered, not reversed. 

Until a maiden kisses Martin out of the kindness of her heart, he will remain a frog. 

Unfortunately Martin—a fast-talking conniver—is not interested in romance . . . but then neither is the maiden that he finds himself an unlikely ally to in a turn of events that no one could have anticipated. 

The Goose Girl (Book Three in the Tales of Ambia Series)

Burndee can barely tolerate the mischievous Prince Colin, but the two of them are invariably thrown together in a way that keeps them at one another’s throats. 

While attending a noblewoman’s wedding, Burndee and Colin’s feud comes to a climax when Burndee loses his temper and does the unthinkable.

Can the two of them work together long enough to unsnarl the mysterious goings on around them?

Little Red Riding Hood (Book Four in the Tales of Ambia Series)

Burndee is still a reluctant godfather – and he is especially dismayed when his new ward turns out to be an accident-prone, over-imaginative child. 

Tasked with escorting his charge and a pregnant sister-in-law to the quiet retreat of a titled grandmother, Burndee gets much more than he bargained. 

He and his charges find themselves in the middle of a dangerous game in which Burndee will find himself tested as he has never been tested before.