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Pseudonym: Deborah Martin

Sabrina Jeffries writing as Deborah Martin

Since I haven’t written as Deborah Martin for years, the books are pretty much unavailable new, but you can still find copies in used bookstores and online used outlets (including Amazon and Barnes and Noble). For more info, go to my How to Find My Books page.

The Deborah Martin historicals are denser and less humorous than my Sabrina Jeffries books, but if you are looking for sexual tension, both styles have plenty of it.

The Deborah Martin titles are listed below from most recent to oldest, with the novellas and audio editions at the bottom.


Book Titles


1: Creole Bride

Glittering New Orleans was a sultry city of intrigue and danger. Here Camille Giron, orphaned daughter of a famous buccaneer and a highborn Creole woman, was called the Pirate Princess. And here the proud regal beauty would find herself living in… Read more

No longer in print.

2: Windswept

Catrin Price was called the Lady of the Mists, a legend of the Welsh countryside, a woman haunted by a death curse that doomed the man she married. The only way to break the spell was to buy back a Druid chalice that an ancestor sold long ago… Read more

No longer in print.

3: Stormswept

The first wedding night that Lady Juliana St. Albans spent with her bridegroom, the dark and daring Rhys Vaughan, was one of divine discovery, as she realized the fiery fulfillment of a man’s driving hunger and her own awakened sensuality… Read more

No longer in print.

4: Dangerous Angel

Cordelia Shalstone, the daughter of a country vicar, seemed a model of propriety and an angel of mercy and charity. None guessed Cordelia’s unseemly secret life—composing music, a sphere reserved for men. And not even Cordelia herself suspected the passion waiting… Read more

No longer in print.

5: Silver Deceptions

Adoring audiences called Annabelle Taylor: “The Silver Swan.” She was a new actress in the London theater, who wrapped herself in mystery. It was all a carefully planned deception to lead her to the aristocrat who had fathered her and abandoned her… Read more

No longer in print.

6: By Love Unveiled

Lady Marianne Winchilsea was running for her life from those who thought she was involved in an attempt to kill the king. Forced to disguise herself, she trusted no one—especially not Garett Lyon, the Earl of Falkham, the man who usurped her family… Read more

No longer in print.

7: Creole Nights

Elina Vannier’s life could not get much worse. Her father was missing. Her brother, dead. And the most attractive man she had ever met thought she was a lying cheat. And soon she discovered in jasmine-scented New Orleans that her whole past might… Read more

No longer in print.

8: Moonlight Enchantment

Siam was no place for a proper young English lady to travel unchaperoned. But when a vicious rumor destroys her good name, Esme Montrose flees her father’s Bangkok home rather than salvage her reputation by marrying a man she loathes… Read more

No longer in print.