The Actuary

      K T Bowes
The Actuary

A Russian ex-lover, a feisty Englishwoman and a child who melts hearts; a combination which spells disaster. When Emma bumps into Rohan Andreyev after mysteriously disappearing six years before, she does what she does best; takes her child and runs again. But Rohan tracks people for a living and Emma has nowhere left to hide. She couldn't resist him as a teenager, so what's changed now?A vulnerable mother and a man who takes calculated risks for a living; it's a love story that can't end well.Emma is a young mother raising her son in terrible poverty, when she runs into her former Russian lover. The gorgeous Rohan Andreyev is determined to pursue her but the spiteful women who surround him, conspire to make Emma's life unbearable. When Rohan's work as an actuary spills over into his personal life, Emma finds herself at the centre of a dangerous conspiracy that will leave her in the hands of ruthless men. Into the intrigue comes Rohan's business partner, Christopher Dolan. Irish, handsome and with an agenda of his own, Emma struggles to understand whether he is friend or foe as the men in her life seem determined to win or destroy her. Emma has a choice to make; stay in the sleepy town of Market Harborough or disappear with her son forever. Whatever she decides, her fate will be linked to Rohan Andreyev's until the end of time and nothing will change that. She loves him, but he's the Actuary and his dangerous role might be the death of both of them.

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    About Hana

      K T Bowes
About Hana

Awarded a Readers' Favorite 5 star review.Hana has given up on life and love but a brutal mugging causes her to wake up and face both. Men are hunting her and she has no idea why and a handsome new colleague causes her to doubt her singleness. Shrouded in mystery and intrigue, Hana discovers that love will find a way, whether she likes it or not.She’s beautiful. She’s lonely. And she’s vulnerable.Widowed young, Hana Johal is tired of spending her weekends alone. When a handsome new colleague shows an interest, it throws her into a spin. As other women fight for his attention, it seems he’s only interested in her. Should she seize the opportunity for romance, or protect herself from inevitable humiliation?Strange events and minor accidents start to erode Hana’s sense of safety, pushing her closer to this mysterious, younger man. But when he lets her down too, who else can she trust? If you like layers of suspenseful tension which keep you reading long after you should have stopped, you’ll love The Hana Du Rose Mysteries.Buy About Hana and escape to stunning New Zealand, where the men are rugged and the sun always shines. Lose yourself in this 9 book saga. Reading will never be the same again.

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    Free From the Tracks

      K T Bowes
Free From the Tracks

Awarded a 5 star review by Readers' Favorite.Sophia's family worked hard to stay on ‘the right side of the tracks.’ But who decides which is the 'right side' and what happens when love calls from the other side in the shape of bad boy, Dane?Things are never what they seem and as a dreadful secret begins to eat away at Sophia, life at the failing New Zealand high school, starts to unravelSophia Armitage is a decent girl from a good family. They have worked hard to end up on ‘the right side of the tracks’ in the central north island town of Hamilton in New Zealand. But things are never quite what they seem and as a dreadful secret begins to eat away at her, life at the failing high school in the north of the city starts to horribly unravel. Finally pushed too far by a group of girls whose only purpose in life is to make her existence a misery, Sophia is forced to fight back, ending in disastrous consequences. To make matters worse she is befriended by Dane McArdle, the alpha male of their poisonous little group, unleashing a whole host of trouble onto Sophia’s head. Their families are so different and yet who gets to decide which side of the tracks is the right side and once you’ve landed on the wrong side, what will be the cost of crossing back over?

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