Catherine Dane loves the mystery of romance. Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief? Which would you chose or does love chose you? She loves the mystery of travel. Her favorite view is the one round the next bend. A former UK national newspaper journalist she worked in the movie industry, (she co-wrote Roger Moore's James Bond diary) and worked on locations in New York, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Jamaica, Thailand and England. London born Catherine is now a full time romantic fiction writer. She loves to hear from readers at Catherinedaneromance@gmail.com
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To Trust the Greek
Marnie is drawn to the stranger who turns up on her Greek island home but when she learns his name she is certain he plans to drive her father from his small hotel to build a luxury spa. Her search for the land lease that will save her father takes her to the sinister island of Skiapos where she falls under the stranger's spell. But can she trust him or has he just bewitched her?
The Passionate Brazilian
Her supermodel sister is missing, last seen on the arm of Brazilian billionaire Rocco Andrade, a man who both frightens and fascinates Marina. But is she in thrall to her sister's abductor? And is he blinded by desire for the woman who wants to blow his secret apart? It's a game of cat and mouse – but who is the cat and who is the mouse?
The Passionate Italian
Serena has come to Italy to overhaul the running of the vast Giraldi estates for the spendthrift count. But the count has a brother they call hawk and he is guarding a secret that could blow the family apart. He wants Serena gone before she can discover it. But first he wants her in his bed. Serena is drawn into his sexual web,but is he lying to her to protect what he knows?
The Passionate Greek
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He was a powerful Greek tycoon with a damaged past. She was the woman he had loved until he discovered her betrayal. But their daughter forged an unbreakable bond between them. Melanie would do anything to be with her daughter. Nicos would do anything to prevent it.
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