M.K. Chester is an RWA award-winning author of historical and contemporary romance as well as urban fantasy and non-fiction. Her first novel, Surrender to the Roman, is published with Carina Press. Her three-book historical series, Bryeton Books, focuses on love, loss and redemption in small town America at the turn of the 20th century, while her contemporary romances, Crashed and 10 Days are the first books in her contemporary New South Series. Recently, she co-authored the dystopian/paranormal novel Icehaven with award-winning co-author Kim Cresswell. In her spare time, she is also the owner/operator of LBD Media Co, a one-stop media shop for writers, designers and other creatives.
M.K. is a native Buckeye who lives in Tennessee. She’s married to a veteran, recently became a MoM (Mother of Marine), and is a new grandmother. She adores her Scottish Terriers and is fighting Multiple Sclerosis.
Surrender to the Roman
As the Romans storm the last stronghold of Dacia, Princess Ademeni awaits her fate. Taken as a slave, she is deposited into General Marcus Cordovis's home as a gift.
Driven to avenge her family, Ademeni plots to kill her captor and escape. Though not the cruel victor she expects, Marcus keeps her too close to make escape easy-so close that Ademeni is soon tormented by an unbidden, traitorous attraction. In a moment of weakness, a passionate kiss almost undoes them both.
The Bootlegger's Bride (Bryeton Books)
Aiden Palmer, a disenchanted WWI veteran, has gone from golden boy to troublemaker since his return from Europe. Hopping from job to job, looking for meaning and adventure, he finds himself running with a rowdy new crowd that puts pressure on him to join their illegal bootlegging runs. On the night the 18th Amendment goes into affect, he reconnects with a love from his past, Grace Currie, at a Prohibition Ball.
10 Days (New South Romance)
Vacation romances weren't supposed to last. That's why they were a thing.
Maid of Honor Reagan Newhart arrives in Charleston only to learn the wedding party is delayed for three whole days. On the bride's advice, she decides it's time to let loose.