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A Dangerous Arrangement by Lee Christine

A Dangerous ArrangementA Dangerous Arrangement by Lee Christine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My Lee Christine collection is growing. I thanked the grey, wintry weather and my RDO for the opportunity to lie in and finish Ms Christine’s latest masterpiece. Romantic Suspense has long been my favorite genre and Lee Christine is shaping up nicely as a collector’s item.

When a cyber criminal threatens Dean Logan’s yacht designs and places his company in jeopardy, his focus is placed on the lovely Marina Wentworth whom he suspects is an accomplice in the theft of a USB containing his latest blueprints. It doesn’t take long for him to realize that Marina is as much a victim as he is. Together they must track down a blackmailer and solve the mystery surrounding the real reason the designs are so important that they are being held for ransom. But being a high profile case, Dean soon learns that Marina has secrets of her own that need to be protected, secrets she can’t afford risking becoming public knowledge.

A journey of trials and risky situations that will keep you entertained to the end.

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A violinist with a secret, a billionaire with a problem and a race against time set on the beautiful Amalfi Coast.

When violinist Marina Wentworth arrives in Venice en route to a cruise ship for a short working holiday, the last thing she expects is to be confronted by a handsome stranger demanding answers. After going to great lengths to keep her real reasons for the trip a secret, Marina refuses to let her immediate attraction to Dean Logan derail her plans.

Desperate to recover his latest superyacht designs, Dean doesn’t want to believe the lovely violinist is involved in the devastating cyber-attack that threatens to destroy his yacht-building empire. However his growing feelings for Marina fail to extinguish the nagging suspicion that she is hiding something.

Set against the backdrop of Italy’s Amalfi Coast, Dean and Marina must navigate the dangerous waters of secrecy, attraction and the fusion of two very different worlds. Will their lives remain discordant, or will they take the chance at true harmony?

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Shadows of the Heart by Lee Christine

Shadows of the Heart (A Bindarra Creek Romance #2)Shadows of the Heart by Lee Christine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lee Christine is one of my favourite Australian Romantic Suspense authors. Her instalment of A Bindarra Creek Romance did not disappoint. With a second chance at love flavour to the story, her soldier hero Cameron Reid returns to Bindarra Creek to save the family’s struggling cattle station. An edge-of-the-seat read as always from Ms Christine. Well drawn characters, a tense plot and loads of action to keep the reader entertained.

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How far can you run, before it’s time to turn and fight?

When Cameron Reid returns home from Iraq his sole intention is to help his ailing father restore the family cattle station, Bindarra Downs, to its former glory. But when Rhiannon Scott, a girl he hasn’t seen in fifteen years comes knocking at his father’s door, Cameron’s wish for a return to the quiet, country life is turned upside down.

Rhiannon Scott has a secret. A city girl lying low in the country town she first visited as a billet, she’s yearning to take back the life she’s been forced to put on hold. Getting involved with the irresistible, former army officer, a pillar of the community, would only invite the kind of unwanted attention she’d been advised to avoid.

Can the power of their attraction compel Rhiannon to sacrifice everything she’s trying to achieve? Or will Cameron be forced to choose between the girl he’s come to love and the family he vowed never to leave again?