FOUND OBJECTS by Olivia London
In the Parisian world of privilege in which she was born, Charlotte gives the outward appearance of a good convent girl. When she learns from a ruthless aunt that the greatest sin in life is being bored, this well-bred 'good girl' kicks up her heels - and skirts! - in the land of libertines.
THE STOLEN KEY by J. T. Seate
Chaucer wrote, 'Whan that Aprill with his shoures sote, the droughte of Marche has pierced to the rote.' In this fable, Robin has planted the seeds of romance with Marian. Now comes the time for sowing. Planting his root and piercing the fruit is only a silver key away.
BALLET DE PARIS by Geoff Chaucer
Gentle giant stagehand, Francois Renard, was not as simple as he looked. Giselle and Rene, dancers from the Corps de Ballet meant to play a cruel teasing joke on him but those silly little sugar plum fairies didn't anticipate the upshot of their plans.