The Hilton Legacy
Cassie wants nothing more than a home of her own . . . but not at the cost of her convictions.
Patrick wants to save his sisters from loveless marriages . . . even if it means entering one himself.
The Hilton Legacy is a three-book trilogy featuring minor characters from The Chronicles of Alice & Ivy. However, each book can be read as a stand-alone. Book 1 in the trilogy, Like a Ship on the Sea, is now available on Amazon!
The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy
In this Victorian family saga, twin sisters Alice and Ivy learn and grow as they navigate life.
Kellyn Roth’s indie debut, The Dressmaker’s Secret, is the first novel in her historical women’s fiction series, The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy. The first six novels are out with multiple spin-offs in the works. The first spinoff series, The Hilton Legacy, is set to release in September 2023.
The novels follow our main characters, Alice and Ivy, from childhood through adulthood, through marriage and motherhood, and from England to Scotland to America.
This series is best suitable for young women 18-25, and it deals with sensitive topics such as mental health (and eventually topics involving suicide and self-harm), generational trauma and abuse, child loss, and sexual sins.
the Kees and Colliers series
Adele Collier has been lost for a long time now …
In this historical romance trilogy, Kellyn Roth explores the highs and lows of the first half of the 20th century and two families caught amongst the events of two world wars, a pandemic, societal upheavals, and more.
Inspired by Gone with the Wind and The Great Gatsby, this series combines a dash of whimsy with a period drama to create sweet, compelling stories that tug on all your heartstrings.
This series is best suitable for young women 18-25, and it deals with sensitive topics such as sexual immorality, war, and the aftermath thereof.
Mysteries of the West
“Let him that stole steal no more: but rather let him labour.”
When Carsten Whitford is arrested for a robbery he didn’t commit, he struggles to clear his name that’s already stained by his father’s arrest from four years ago. Carsten is the sole supporter of his mother and he works the farm he has lived on his whole life.
The day after his arrest, Carsten’s mentor gets him released until the trial. Carsten and his three friends work together to prove he didn’t rob the store since no one, especially the town marshal, seems interested in finding out who is truly guilty. The townspeople assume he is guilty because of his father’s past, including the girl Carsten wants to court.
Will Carsten and his friends find out who truly robbed the store or will they find something more sinister that could even lead to their own deaths?