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Illegitimately yours, Michael and Me

The story of two siblings, two 'illegitimate' children bonded with love, ambiguous origins and a destiny determined to keep them apart.

Author Catherine Taylor takes time out from writing erotic fiction to relate her true-life story of growing up as an adopted child with her foster brother Michael. This often harrowing tale reveals their lives in the sixties and seventies, and through to Mother's Day 1985 when Michael suddenly becomes a 'missing person.'

In 2017, Catherine set out to resolve the facts surrounding her adoption by taking a DNA test. The results are not what she expects. An ambitious undertaking follows using genealogy records, DNA-matched relatives and the construction of a family tree of over three thousand people. As pieces began to fall into place, her search takes an unexpected turn.

While seeking an elusive parent, Catherine is vastly unprepared to receive news of Michael. The closed door of an unsolved mystery is suddenly thrown wide open and Catherine is faced with the aftermath affecting many more lives than her own.



Mrs Terrell's Letters





The Master Files

We first met Dylan Tyler in A Line Crossed, the second book of THE LINE TRILOGY

He returned in A LINE DRAWN

Now by reader demand, his story is revealed in...


Book Two of THE MASTER FILES

Book 3 of THE MASTER FILES

 



MASTER'S LEGACY

For nineteen years, Dylan Tyler hid within his empire of sex, wealth and power, Master to those who served him, but when he became exposed to the world, a Pandora's Box was opened. Now he has nowhere to hide, but for the woman he loves, Dylan is prepared to give it all up if only the past will release him. 

 

Nineteen years ago, Lena Petrenko fell in love with a cage fighter who claimed her as a trophy. When he walked away, she was left with just a memory to sustain a broken heart. Now he wants to marry her, but Lena fears she isn't enough for the person he's become. Her daughter is opposed to her union with a man considered controlling and dangerous. 

 

Before they can say ‘until death we do part,’ Dylan and Lena must overcome every obstacle which threatens to tear them asunder. Earning the respect of Lena's daughter is only one bridge they will have to cross. A sadistic serial killer has emerged from his past and left Dylan a gruesome calling card. For all his understanding of the opposite sex, he's about to learn, Hell hath no fury like a woman abused


The Line Trilogy