The British Agent Collection
Books 1-3 of the British Agent Series
Available in E-Book and Paperback (Individually)
Historical Romantic Mysteries & Adventures
Three men willing to risk life and duty for honor. Three women willing to risk everything for love and family.
(2015 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Winner)
On their hunt for a man driven by greed, Tristan and Alaina find that love is the greatest weapon against evil, and they'll stop at nothing to survive. Be swept away by the stirring romance and unforgettable adventure of ALAINA CLAIBORNE. Set in England and abroad.
(2015 RONE Award Nominee & 2015 Readers’ Favorite 5 Star Book)
If you had to make a choice, would it be loyalty or love? Author MK McClintock returns with swashbuckling heroes and courageous heroines in BLACKWOOD CROSSING, a story of buried secrets and second chances. Set in Scotland and England.
(2016 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Finalist)
On the wind swept shores of Ireland, a British Agent must leave behind duty to country for the sake of his honor. Together Devon and Anne will discover that nothing is what it seems and that without honor, love and life are for nothing. Set in Ireland and England.
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A Note from MK
Alaina Claiborne was my first story, a tale worked on in my teens and forgotten until many years later. As I began to spend more time with Alaina and Tristan, along with Tristan's fellow agents, Charles and Devon, I knew the first story would not be the last. The British Agents represent justice, duty, honor, love, and family, which is a lot to live up to for anyone. They are far from perfect, which is one of the many things I love about them.
You have not seen the last of these remarkable agents and the women they love.
It should be understood that I write fiction, not history. My stories are meant to entertain and offer the reader an escape into another time and place. While I remain to true to the era and customs, there are times when I exercise a certain artistic license in order to find a balance between what we believe, what was, and what we can relate to in our modern day. It is never my intention to offend the historical purists.
Be kind, be well, and stay bookish!