Sara Colson, a woman with a past: Her life was a lesson in torment, her death a nightmare of rape and torture. Catherine Colson was almost 10 when she witnessed her mother's terrifying death. The trauma of which robbed her of her voice and got her locked away in a psychiatric unit.
A troubled soul, Catherine is defensively hostile. At first glance she is rude and brash, but take the time to look beneath the surface and she is so much more.
WARNING: This audiobook contains scenes of a sexually explicit nature, and strong language throughout. Not suitable for purchase by under-18s. Book 2 of the Sara Colson Trilogy. Caroline Thornton is a pianist extraordinaire. Her talents are world renowned, her concerts always sold out. But her personal life is a mess. Betrayed in love, Caroline decides that from now on she will say who and when and how - and if the men don't like it they can sling their hook. But one man eludes her.
WARNING: This audiobook contains scenes of a sexually explicit nature, and strong language throughout. Not suitable for purchase by under-18s. Book 3 of the Sara Colson Trilogy. Sara's Shame is a contemporary romance with an undercurrent of intrigue. The devastation of finding out that she has twin sisters is only matched by the heartache of telling her adoptive parents that she must go and find them. As an international classical singing star, Adrianne is high profile so decides to travel to Sheriton in disguise as Julia Dawson.