Wednesday, 19 June 2013

The Silver Chain

Here is the cover copy for the first book of my Unbreakable trilogy. Free samples are available now:

The e-book is out on 4th July:

'Being needed by someone is different from having power over them, and far more alluring, and I'm a fool for not recognising that. I'm a fool for not recognising you.'

Twin souls colliding? Or was Gustav waiting for her?

Young photographer Serena Folkes believes she's struck gold when the tycoon Gustav Levi offers to showcase her debut exhibition. But there are strings attached. Serena must move into Gustav's London town house and agree to pleasure him in any way he chooses. Patron and protegee, they are bound by the silver chain that symbolises this contract until the last photograph is sold.
As her work sells and Gustav's demands increase, Serena surprises them both with her feisty character and eager participation. It's not such a tough ask. Gustav is exotic and intriguing. She is hungry and willing to learn. Gradually she learns what demons have driven him to strike bargains rather than to trust. And when Gustav discovers that Serena's abusive past has almost destroyed her ability to love, he realises they are not so different after all.

Can they plan a future together, or will a single act of betrayal return to haunt them?


  1. Great book, I could barely put it down. A great pleasure to read all over!

    I missed something in the copy I read: how they got from the forest, instantly back to Lugano? Second, can you sell candids taken in private place without consent?

    I love the characters and their friends, and will read all that comes, but as it is the end is satisfying, as the sizzle between them is so big that we do not doubt the outcome. Even as we are impatiently waiting for the second book, as the people in it become dear to us and are dear to Serena and Gustav.

  2. Thank you Julie that really makes my day that you enjoyed the book. In the Lugano scene, they were riding in the forest around Gustav's chalet and had galloped about so much she didn't realise they had come full circle.The chalet is only a short drive from the lake. Would you be able to put a nice review up on Goodreads or Amazon for me, too???

  3. Of course, as soon as I can. For the moment no comment is available yet. I will keep an eye when it is. On, No idea about goodreads, will look it up.

    Take care, I now did buy and read two other good books from you, but the one about a young photographer is really not up to the standards you write. With a woman and camera on the cover. I do enjoy your style and wish you luck publishing books you love. I am 80 year old, now soon.

  4. Thank you Julie - keep reading!!